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I need to make some Gantt Diagrams for a budget, and found on the web the pgfgantt package, which looks amazing.

Unfortunately I can't make it work correctly with the examples of its documentation.

I'm trying this example, compiling it with this version pdflatex and getting this log. This is a screenshoot of the generated PDF: obtained pdf

And one of the expected result from the docs: expected pdf

I'm pretty new to latex, and sincerely have no idea what is going wrong. Any help would be MUCH apreciated :D

EDIT: Here is a log of compiling the example with \listfiles at the beginning of the doc as suggested by Alan Munn.

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This compiles fine for me (TeXLive 2011). It's likely that you have an old version of pgf installed. Try putting \pgfversion right after \begin{document}. It should output 2.10. If it does, put \listfiles as the first line of your document, compile it again and post a link to the log. –  Alan Munn Mar 4 '12 at 5:05
    
Thanks for your comment! \pgfversion gives me "2.10", I added the output with \listfiles to the question –  alcuadrado Mar 4 '12 at 5:16
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Your version of pgfgantt is out of date. Mine is 2012/01/25 v3.0 yours is 2011/11/10 v2.1 –  Alan Munn Mar 4 '12 at 5:39
    
I haven't payed much attention to that as this example was also available in older docs, but after installing all the other texlive archlinux's packages, and updating pgfgantt.sty by hand, it's now working! Thanks for your time :D –  alcuadrado Mar 4 '12 at 5:55
    
I'm glad it worked. We can close this question as too localized, then. (You don't need to do anything.) –  Alan Munn Mar 4 '12 at 5:56
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closed as too localized by Alan Munn, Jake, morbusg, Thorsten, lockstep Mar 4 '12 at 8:08

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