The TaskJuggler User Manual
Project Management beyond Gantt Chart Drawing
1.7 Reporting Bugs and Feature Requests
All official releases of TaskJuggler are meant to be stable releases unless explicitly noted differently. But our test suite is still very small and some features are not tested at all. So it's very likely that your current version of TaskJuggler contains some bugs. If you find a bug, please follow this procedure:
- Read this manual to make sure that it is actually a bug and not a feature.
- Try to create a test project that is as small as possible but still reproduces the bug.
- If TaskJuggler has crashed you will usually get some debug output. This may not make any sense to you but it is vital information to analyze the bug. Please include it completely in your bug report. Use the following command to store the messages into a file.
tj3 yourproject.tjp 2> error_message
- Enter a detailed description of the problem into the issue tracker and don't forget to attach your test project and the error log. You can paste that into the input field.
- Not attaching a test project will severely limit our abilities to help you. In 95% of the reported bugs we need a test case to find and fix the problem. Please make sure you provide meaningful descriptions and a small but complete test project. Not providing this information with the first bug report means we have to follow up with you or the bug report is being ignored.
- Please open a new issue for each bug. Don't include multiple problems in one bug report. This usually leads to one bug being fixed and the rest of the problems to be ignored.
- If you have a feature request, please open a new issue and set the "Feature" label.
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