clockwork 1.1

clockwork provides a time tracking script.
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clockwork provides a time tracking script.

clockwork is a small script to keep track of time spent at work and compare it to the time "owed" to your employer.

Clockwork is a simple shelll script to track the time you’ve spent at work vs. the time you ought to spend there. You type
clockwork start

when you come in,
clockwork stop

when you leave, and
clockwork indebt

once for every day you’re supposed to be at work. clockwork notes it all down in $HOME/.clockwork. In case you could not log a “start” right when it was supposed to happen, you can say

clockwork startat 9:45

or even
clockwork startat "yesterday 9:00"

(mind the quotes!). stopat, of course, works just like that. During the day, you can say
clockwork howlong

to find out how long you still need to stay. And at the end of the month, say
clockwork report

to have something to hand to your boss.

What's New in This Release:

I’ve made a minor update to clockwork that now allows you to immediately see how much longer the current workday is supposed to last, from the output of clockwork howlong.

last updated on:
February 2nd, 2007, 1:05 GMT
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
Andreas Kloeckner
ROOT \ Information Management
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