GANTT printscale weekly

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asked Mar 6 in Wanted features by anonymous
Hi, thanks a lot for the addition of the "printscale"...

Any chance, for a "printscale monthly"?

I love, that I can define my target days exactly, but have some very long running projects ...

BTW, any chance to define target date in CW? Calendar Weeks?

THANKS!!!

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answered Mar 6 by plantuml (226,800 points)
Yes, "printscale monthly" is probably the next feature. It should not be to difficult to implement.

We may considere also calendar week, but in that case, we would follow ISO convention ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_week_date ). I don't know if it's fine to you.

We are also out of inspiration about the syntax. So it would really help if you could post here a simple example with the syntax you would like to have for weeks.

Thanks!
commented Mar 23 by Sophie
Hello,

thanks for improvement :

I tried this option (Print between 2020/02/22 and 2020/03/04) with task separators, it fails :

java.lang.UnsupportedOperationException

TaskSeparator.getEnd (TaskSeparator.java:61)
commented Mar 23 by plantuml (226,800 points)
Ok... it would help if you could provide a short example that shows the issue. Thanks!
commented Mar 25 by sophie
this fails : @startgantt
printscale weekly
scale 0.9
Project starts on 2020/03/30
Print between 2020/04/01 and 2020/04/04
saturday are closed
sunday are closed
2020/05/01 is closed
2020/05/08 is closed
-- MINIMAL VERSION --
[IC: Orchestrate jobs calls] as [IC:calls] on {Bob:100%} lasts 10 days
[IC:CN calls] is colored in #3399ff
@endgantt

if i remove the line "Print between 2020/04/01 and 2020/04/04" or the line "-- MINIMAL VERSION --" it's ok
commented Mar 25 by plantuml (226,800 points)
Great !

Thanks for the example, it definitively helps !

You'll find a patched version with last beta http://beta.plantuml.net/plantuml.jar

Tell us if you find other issues (with minimal example :-) )
commented Mar 30 by emu
Any chance for the date entry in calendar weeks as 2020cw12d1, or similar?

Would really be a big help!

Thanks!
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