There are 2 file types use the .TJP file extension:
1. TaskJuggler Project File
Project file created with TaskJuggler, an open source project management tool; used for managing and analyzing tasks, resources, costs, productivity, etc.
TJP files are saved as textual documents written in a proprietary declarative programming language. Each file consists of a root project file and the contents of sub-files included in the main file.
Updated: February 14, 2007
2. Tiled JPEG File
File format developed by the Berkeley Digital Library Project that stores multiple images in a single file; influenced by the Kodak FlashPix format and partially based on the GridPix format also developed by University of California, Berkeley.
|UC Berkeley TilePic|
Updated: November 17, 2007