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#13 MSProject2FreeMind and FreeMind2MSProject

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2009-09-02
2009-09-02
AnGus King
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This suite of programs/files will:

1. Enable FreeMind maps to be created from MS Project files, either proprietary (ie. .mpp) or XML (.xml) format, and
2. Enable FreeMind maps to be exported (via XSLT) to XML format suitable for MS Project. This is a minor extension to the existing XSLT convertor (allows specification of task durations in years, quarters, months, weeks, days and hours.

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  • AnGus King
    AnGus King
    2009-09-02

    Project description (and usage)

     
  • AnGus King
    AnGus King
    2009-09-02

    Revised XSLT converter (FreeMind to MS Project XML)

     
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  • AnGus King
    AnGus King
    2009-09-02

    MS Project to Freemind converter (Python; runs in Windows)

     
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  • AnGus King
    AnGus King
    2009-09-02

    MS Project XML to FreeMind converter (Python; runs in Windows and Linux)

     
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  • AnGus King
    AnGus King
    2009-09-02

    GUI frontend for WIndows (Python; requires PyQt4)

     
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  • AnGus King
    AnGus King
    2009-09-02

    GUI frontend for Linux (Python; requires PyQt4)

     
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  • AnGus King
    AnGus King
    2009-09-02

    Sample FreeMind map showing features for XSLT converter

     
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  • AnGus King
    AnGus King
    2009-09-02

    Sample MS Project XML file for input to mppxml2mm.py

     
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  • AnGus King
    AnGus King
    2009-09-02

    Sample MS Project (.mpp) file for input to mpp2mm.py

     
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  • AnGus King
    AnGus King
    2009-09-02

    Same as mpp2mmw.py but will without a terminal window

     
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  • AnGus King
    AnGus King
    2009-09-02

    Note: The MS Project to FreeMind programs are written in Python so will require a Python environment. They use getopt and xml.etree.ElementTree (and PyQt for the GUI ones)