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In the schedule when a task finishes on a day before a weekend, the next task will start on the day after the weekend. This will cause a gap to be shown over the weekend. Gaps should only be for time that nothing can be scheduled. Extending tasks which end just before a non-work day to the start of the next work day should fix this issue.

travisb 2012-12-18 23:27:10
hash: 5209dd645e122f21a8123f64ce386fd727063cbb2bf6e36aa6dbe02c5999c1d7
Date: 2012-12-18 23:27:10
User: travisb

This isn't actually just a Web_UI issue since it will affect the command line schedule as well.

travisb 2012-12-18 23:27:54
hash: 2e8bf6db033af4b32266a86140d2410b2a1e6583a5a26415bf12d02a78399713
Date: 2012-12-18 23:27:54
User: travisb

This isn't entirely straight forward. The easy case to deal with is when an issue is placed and then never moved. More complicated is extending the end date of tasks which are moved to after initial date computation. Perhaps it would be easiest to add this fixup as a new last stage.

travisb 2012-12-18 23:40:59
hash: d1a899c8cfedefea7a21e15071bf7a3a36b99b7f07528865f681b5a12f6d7617
Date: 2012-12-18 23:40:59
User: travisb

That was an easy solution, but I feel that it was not the most efficient.


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