Provided by: tj3_3.6.0-6_all
tj3 - schedules tj3 projects and generates reports
This is the main application. It reads in your project files, schedules the project and generates the reports.
--config <FILE> Use the specified YAML configuration file --silent Don't show program and progress information --no-color Don't use ANSI contol sequences to color the terminal output. Colors should only be used when spooling to an ANSI terminal. In case the detection fails, you can this option to force colors to be off. --debug Enable Ruby debug mode --debuglevel N Verbosity of debug output --debugmodules x,y,z Restrict debug output to a list of modules --freeze Generate or update the booking file for the project. The file will have the same base name as the project file but has a -bookings.tji extension. --freezedate <date> Use a different date than the current momentas cut-off date for the booking file --freezebytask Group the bookings in the booking file generated during a freeze by task instead of by resource. --check-time-sheet <tji-file> Check the given time sheet --check-status-sheet <tji-file> Check the given status sheet --warn-ts-deltas Turn on warnings for requested changes in time sheets --check-syntax Only parse the input files and check the syntax. --no-reports Just schedule the project, but don't generate any reports. --list-reports <report ID regular expression> List id, formats and file name of all the defined reports that have IDs that match the specified regular expression. --report <report ID> Only generate the report with the specified ID. This option can be used multiple times. --reports <report ID regular expression> Only generate the reports that have IDs that match the specified regular expression. This option can be used multiple times. -f, --force-reports Generate reports despite scheduling errors --add-trace Append a current data set to all trace reports. --abort-on-warnings Abort program on warnings like we do on errors. -o <directory>, Directory the reports should go into --output-dir -c N Maximum number of CPU cores to use -h, --help Show this message --version Show version info
TASKJUGGLER_DATA_PATH Override the path to the TaskJuggler data folder. The data folder contains the css, icons and scripts for TaskJuggler reports. TZ The POSIX Time Zone environment variable. Any environment variable may be used in a TaskJuggler file using the expression $(VAR_NAME).
Copyright © 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 by Chris Schlaeger <firstname.lastname@example.org> This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of version 2 of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation. For more info about TaskJuggler see http://www.taskjuggler.org
tj3client(1), tj3d(1), tj3man(1), tj3ss_receiver(1), tj3ss_sender(1), tj3ts_receiver(1), tj3ts_sender(1), tj3ts_summary(1), tj3webd(1) The full TaskJuggler manual is available online at http://www.taskjuggler.org/tj3/manual/, or via the tj3man command.