timesheet 1.38

Track your tasks and time

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DEVELOPED BY:
Martin Blais
HOMEPAGE:
furius.ca
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ Office \ Scheduling
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tracktools is a script to track your tasks and time, generate reports and salary evaluations by the minute.

Usage: timesheet []

Parse timesheet and compute some information.

'action' is one of:
  summary:   prints the number of hours completed and salary (default).
  annual:    extrapolate an equivalent annual salary.
  goal:      figure out average hours/day increase with today's additional
             hours.
  verify:    generate some output for manual verification of the script.
  annotate:  generate output that will diff verifications against original
             input.
  tasks:     generate a tally of time per task

For easy cross-checking against your timesheet file, run a command like this::

  timesheet --select-month=2003-11 annotate | xxdiff - $TIMESHEET

Options:
  --version             show program's version number and exit
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --help-format         print help on file format
  -l, --loose, --loose-parsing
                        Allow non-entry list items on column 0.
  -f FILE, --file=FILE  Specify a file to process (default: TIMESHEET)
  -r RATE, --rate=RATE  Specify hourly rate
  -x, --no-tax          Disable taxes (works with the rate only).
  -H HOLIDAYS, --holidays=HOLIDAYS
                        Specify number of holiday days off for annual
                        guesstimate (default: 30)

  Period selection actions:
    These options select the time period.

    -t, --select-today  today only
    -w, --select-this-week
                        this week (default)
    -m, --select-this-month
                        this month only
    -a, --select-all    all entries
    -M SELECT_MONTH, --select-month=SELECT_MONTH
                        any specific month, format is YYYY-MM

Last updated on December 19th, 2008

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