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Taskwarrior running under “Bash on Ubuntu on Windows” 2016-04-07

Today we could verify that Taskwarrior works out of the box under “Bash on Ubuntu on Windows 10”.
Either by installing it via apt-get (which pulls the regular Ubuntu package) or by compiling it.
No changes needed to the source code. You compile it as you would do it on native Ubuntu. A few
tests were failing. But no major ones. Enjoy the screenshot and enjoy the thoughts of being able
to abandon Cygwin soon, if you are using Taskwarrior on Windows.


Bash on Ubuntu on Windows

Activity Digest: March 2016 2016-04-01

This is an ongoing series of activity reports, published monthly,
to highlight activity in the Taskwarrior project. Here is what
happened in March 2016.

Activity Digest: February 2016 2016-03-01

This is an ongoing series of activity reports, published monthly,
to highlight activity in the Taskwarrior project. Here is what
happened in February 2016.

Taskwarrior 2.5.1 Released 2016-02-24

Taskwarrior 2.5.1 is released. Although this is a minor release,
it contains many bug fixes and performance enhancements.
There have been a lot of changes. Here are the new features:

There aren’t any, this is a bug fix and performance release.

Taskwarrior Workflow Study 2016-02-09

Taskwarrior aims to provide a toolkit of various capabilities, which
can be cherry-picked to support many custom methodologies.

We have learned over the years that everyone uses it differently,
and for different things. There is a lot to be learned from how
someone uses software, the features they use, and the ones they do
not.

Taskwarrior 2.5.1 Beta Released 2016-02-05

This release is a bug-fix, code cleanup and performance release only.
There are no new features, but the existing features all work a
little more reliably, and a lot faster.


 

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