A Gtk+ time tracking application
GTimeLog is a simple app for keeping track of time.
GTimeLog is packaged for Debian and Ubuntu:
sudo apt-get install gtimelog
For Ubuntu, a newer version can usually be found in the PPA:
You can fetch the latest released version from PyPI
$ pip install gtimelog $ gtimelog
You can run it from a source checkout without an explicit installation step:
$ git clone https://github.com/gtimelog/gtimelog $ cd gtimelog $ make $ ./gtimelog
Python (2.7 or 3.3+)
gobject-introspection type libraries for GTK+, Pango
GTK+ 3.10 or newer (3.14 or newer for best results)
This is work in progress:
IRC: #gtimelog on irc.freenode.net
Source code: https://github.com/gtimelog/gtimelog
Report bugs at https://github.com/gtimelog/gtimelog/issues
There’s an old bugtracker at https://bugs.launchpad.net/gtimelog
I sometimes also browse distribution bugs:
GTimeLog was mainly written by Marius Gedminas <email@example.com>.
Barry Warsaw <firstname.lastname@example.org> stepped in as a co-maintainer when Marius burned out. Then Barry got busy and Marius recovered.
Many excellent contributors are listed in CONTRIBUTORS.rst
The undocmented remote task list over HTTP(S) feature is now able to ask for basic HTTP authentication credentials and store them in gnome-keyring (GH: #109).
Bugfix: entries with just a category and no task that did not have a trailing space after the ‘:’ were considered to be uncategorized (GH: #117).
Add Python 3.7 support.
Drop Python 3.3 support.
A complete rewrite of the user interface, to better fit GNOME 3 (GH: #31). Requires GTK+ 3.10, but newer versions are better.
History browsing can show you weeks/months, not just days.
You can filter the displayed tasks, with a total shown at the bottom (GH: #88).
There’s now a preferences dialog (GH: #47).
Window size and task pane size/visibility are remembered across restarts (GH: #30).
Settings are stored in GSettings. The old config file will be imported on first startup.
Work hours and office hours are separate settings now (GH: #46).
Native support for emailing reports. Requires a configured MTA on the local machine (i.e. /usr/sbin/sendmail).
There’s a help page listing all the keyboard shortcuts.
The user interface can be translated (and is translated into Lithuanian). Reports are an exception (GH: #45).
More efficient file change watching (GH: #11).
No more tray icons.
Dropped –tray, –toggle, –quit, –sample-config command line options.
The “Reload” menu option and hot key are gone – reloading is automatic now.
Report for a custom date range is gone.
“Complete report in spreadsheet” is gone.
“Work/slacking stats in spreadsheet” is gone.
Setting for editor is gone: the default file association for text files will be used.
Settings for mailer is gone: mail sending is internal now.
Setting for spreadsheet is gone.
Separate setting to show remaining office hours is gone (set office hours to 0 to hide the estimate).
Use Tango colors in the main text buffer (GH: #13).
Allow tagging entries (GH: #19)
The syntax is category: text -- tag1 tag2
Per-tag summaries show up in reports
Use GtkApplication instead of own DBus server for enforcing single-instance.
Drop –replace, –ignore-dbus command-line options because of this.
Require glib and gio to be version 2.40 or newer for sane GtkApplication-based command line parsing (check with pkg-config --modversion glib-2.0 gio-2.0).
Remove obsolete code:
Drop support for Python 2.6 (PyGObject dropped support for it long ago).
Drop PyGtk/Gtk+ 2 support code (it didn’t work since 0.9.1 anyway).
Drop EggTrayIcon support (it was for Gtk+ 2 only anyway).
Drop the –prefer-pygtk command-line option.
Disable tray icon by default for new users (existing gtimelogrc files will be untouched).
Improve tray icon selection logic for best contrast (GH: #29).
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