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A Gtk+ time tracking application

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Simple and unintrusive time-tracking application.

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0.7.0 (2011-09-21)

  • Use gobject-introspection by default, using pygtk only as a fallback. This will require a newer gir1.2-pango-1.0 than what’s in Ubuntu Oneiric (LP: #855076) and still suffers from key presses being ignored (LP: #849732). Unset the environment variable UBUNTU_MENUPROXY to work around the latter bug.

  • Rework the gi/pygtk imports so that only the minimum is wrapped in a try-except.

  • Use /usr/bin/env python in #! line, though this should be hard-coded to the installed version of Python in the Debian package.

  • Other code cleanup (e.g. use new-style classes via __metaclass__, remove ancient workaround for missing set built-in).

0.6.1 (2011-09-20)

  • Fix two crashes when using GI. Given by Martin Pitt.

0.6.0 (2011-08-23)

  • Ctrl-Q now quits. (LP: #750092)

  • Fixed UnboundLocalError. (LP: #778285) Given by Jeroen Langeveld.

  • Ported from PyGTK to GI. This supports GTK 2 and GTK 3 with GI now, but still works with PyGTK. Contributed by Martin Pitt <>.

    Packager’s note: If you want to use GI, you need to change the package’s dependencies from pygtk to the package that provides the GTK and Pango typelibs (e. g. gir1.2-gtk-2.0 and gir1.2-pango-1.0 on Debian/Ubuntu). It also requires pygobject >= 2.27.1.

  • Hide the main window on Esc. Fixes LP: #716257. Contributed by Vladislav Naumov (

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