Example script -- Group Project Task Scheduler

Discussion in 'Python' started by nickel_and_dime_2death@yahoo.com, Sep 7, 2007.

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    Hello, trying to get UpToSpeed with a cross-platform application that
    would mimic capabilities like Microsoft Project. Playing around with
    code is what works for me. Searching is a mangled process, i.e. I've
    banged around terms like: "project", "scheduler", "class scheduler",
    "student calendar" ... and on and on. Python descriptions / howtos /
    tutorials / documentations have used most of the search terms I can
    think of define Python's nuts and bolts. Web research of my quest is
    not getting me to any examples I want to see. Really, lang.java: class
    scheduler brings up my "ms project" mimic concept for java code. I
    want to try Python and pythonic coding.

    I want code that would list job tasks in a work-week grid and
    ultimately drag a block of text to a new location within that week
    scheduler if changes were needed. I anticipate XML for my database,
    which is what lead me to Python.

    Thanks, if somebody out there can offer pointer(s) to an example(s).
     
    , Sep 7, 2007
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