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Bug 26457 - Provide project-specific tasks
Provide project-specific tasks
Status: NEW
Product: contrib
Classification: Unclassified
Component: Tasklist
Sun All
: P4 (vote)
Assigned To: tasklist-issues@contrib
Depends on:
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Reported: 2002-08-12 19:34 UTC by Torbjorn Norbye
Modified: 2006-01-15 20:55 UTC (History)
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Description Torbjorn Norbye 2002-08-12 19:34:29 UTC
Allow tasks to be marked "project" specific.
These would then appear when you open the specific
project.  See also 26456; you probably want to be
able to store the project-specific tasklist with
the project source files so others can access them.
This also makes it important for me to implement
rfc 2445's
"CLASS" attribute to provide access control for
shared project tasks.

I'm imagining that the GUI would have an attribute
named "project-specific" which is boolean. I'm not
sure what the default should be but after entering
one task the next time you bring up the dialog it
should have the previous value such that you can
enter 10-15 project-specific tasks, or 10-15
global tasks.
Comment 1 Torbjorn Norbye 2002-09-29 01:27:57 UTC
Note that the new "browsable tasklists" feature removes much
of the need for this; now you just create a tasklist for
each project you're working on.  It would still be nice 
if project switching would open/close tasklists so I'm leaving
this bug around a while longer to think more about this, but
I'm lowering the priority.
Comment 2 Tim Lebedkov 2006-01-15 20:55:52 UTC
This should be probably implemented as a module without creating a dependency 
on /java.  
Here is how I think this should be done: 
- a new node under "important files" in the "projects" view connected to 
an .ics file in the project directory 
- close this file if the corresponding project get closed and reopen it if the 
project will be opened. 

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