App::TimeTracker::Command::Core - App::TimeTracker Core commands
More commands are implemented in various plugins. Plugins might also alter and/or amend commands.
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker start Started working on Your-Project at 23:44:19
Start tracking the current project now. Automatically stop the previous task, if there was one.
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker start --at 12:42 ~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker start --at '2011-02-26 12:42'
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker start --project SomeProject
Use the specified project instead of the one determined by the current working directory.
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker start --description "Solving nasty bug"
Supply some descriptive text to the task. Might be used by reporting plugins etc.
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker start --tag RT1234 --tag testing
A list of tags to add to the task. Can be used by reporting plugins.
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker stop Worked 00:20:50 on Your-Project
Stop tracking the current project now.
Stop at the specified time/datetime instead of now.
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker continue
Continue working on the previous task after a break.
~$ tracker start --project ExplainContinue --tag testing Started working on ExplainContinue (testing) at 12:42 # ... time passes, it's now 13:17 ~$ tracker stop Worked 00:35:00 on ExplainContinue # back from lunch at 13:58 ~$ tracker continue Started working on ExplainContinue (testing) at 13:58
same as start
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker append
Start working on a task at exactly the time you stopped working at the previous task.
~$ tracker start --project ExplainAppend --tag RT1234 Started working on ExplainAppend (RT1234) at 14:23 # ... time passes (14:46) ~$ tracker stop Worked 00:23:00 on ExplainAppend (RT1234) # start working on new ticket # ... # but forgot to hit start (14:53) ~$ tracker append --tag RT7890 Started working on ExplainAppend (RT7890) at 14:46
same as start
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker current Working 00:20:17 on Your-Project
Display what you're currently working on, and for how long.
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker worked [SPAN]
Report the total time worked in the given time span, maybe limited to some projects.
Begin of reporting iterval, defaults to first day of current month.
End of reporting iterval, default to DateTime->now.
--to to the calculated values
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker worked --this week 17:01:50
--to to the calculated values
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker worked --last day (=yesterday) 06:39:12
~$ tracker worked --last day --project SomeProject 02:04:47
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker report
Print out a detailed report of what you did. All worked times are summed up per project (and optionally per tag)
The same options as for worked, plus:
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker report --last month --detail tag
Valid options are: tag, description
Will print the tag(s) and/or description.
Also calc sums per tag.
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker report --last month --verbose
Lists all found trackfiles and their respective duration before printing out the report.
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker list
Print out a detailed report of what you did in a tabular format including start and stop times.
The same options as for report
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker init
Create a rather empty .tracker.json config file in the current directory.
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker show_config
Dump the config that's valid for the current directory. Might be handy when setting up plugins etc.
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker plugins
List all installed plugins (i.e. stuff in
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker recalc_trackfile --trackfile 20110808-232327_App_TimeTracker.trc
Recalculates the duration stored in an old trackfile. Might be useful after a manual update in a trackfile. Might be unneccessary in the future, as soon as task duration is always calculated lazily.
Only the name of the trackfile is required, but you can also pass in the absolute path to the file. Broken trackfiles are sometimes reported during report.
~/perl/Your-Project$ tracker commands
List all available commands, based on your current config.
Thomas Klausner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is copyright (c) 2011 by Thomas Klausner.
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