Using TaskUnifier on Windows is very simple, you can either download the installer or the normal zip file. The installer will guide you and install everyting for you.
The normal zip file just needs to be unzipped and you can run the TaskUnifier.exe file to run the software.
The mac version is the easiest one, we recommend downloading the dmg file. Once downloaded, simply double click on it, you will see the TaskUnifier icon inside the dmg file. Finally, drag and drop the TaskUnifier icon inside your Applications folder and that's it.
TaskUnifier requires Java 1.6 minimum. Java 1.6 is provided in Mac OS Leopard (10.5), Snow Leopard (10.6) and Lion (10.7).
In order to run TaskUnifier on Linux, download the linux zip file. Once downloaded, unzip it and finally run "TaskUnifier.sh".
Concerning the other platforms, you need to download the "other" zip file. It contains some folders and a jar file named TaskUnifier.jar.
You simply have to run the jar file with the following command :
"java -Dcom.leclercb.taskunifier.resource_folder=resources -Dcom.leclercb.taskunifier.data_folder=$USERDIR/.taskunifier -jar TaskUnifier.jar"
Path to the resources folder, if you leave the resources folder in the same folder as the jar file, you shouldn't change this value.
Path to the folder containing the TaskUnifier data files, it should be somewhere inside your home directory.
Replace $USERDIR by the path to your home directory.
These two configuration values are optional, so you can also run TaskUnifier with the following command:
java -jar TaskUnifier.jar
By doing so, TaskUnifier will create a data directory in the same folder as the jar file and will use the resources folder in the same folder as the jar file too.