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Bug#219454: marked as done (opensched: doesn't handle "done task_id N" with "complete task_id N" properly)

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Package: opensched
Version: 0.4.3-2
Severity: normal

I wanted to indicate that for the specific task some amount of time
had been spent without any progress and reflect that info in the
generated htmlreport. I was pretty sure that defining 'done' clause
without 'complete' should do the trick but encountered the following

If for the specific task id I provide 'done' clause and do not provide
'complete' clause then 'done' clause has no effect on the "Resources And
Task Assignment" part of the generated report (it says "nn days scheduled
0 days completed" disregarding of 'done' value in project description
file). If this is expected behavior then opensched could warn a user
when it found that 'done' without 'complete' statement.
I've found that the 'past' statement do the job with one small
inconvenience: I need to provide actual timeframe (start and finish)
instead of number of days. Is it possible that 'done' do the same?

-- System Information:
Debian Release: testing/unstable
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux maxmobil 2.6.0-test9-1-386 #1 Sun Oct 26 22:32:52 EST 2003 i686
Locale: LANG=uk_UA.UTF-8, LC_CTYPE=uk_UA.UTF-8

Versions of packages opensched depends on:
ii  libc6                        2.3.2.ds1-9 GNU C Library: Shared libraries an
ii  libgcc1                      1:3.3.2-3   GCC support library
ii  libstdc++5                   1:3.3.2-3   The GNU Standard C++ Library v3

-- no debconf information

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Version: 0.4.4-6+rm

opensched has been removed from Debian unstable: http://bugs.debian.org/596766

Closing its bugs with a Version higher than the last unstable upload.

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