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 $ ./gtimelog
Python (2.6, 2.7 or 3.3)
gobject-introspection type libraries for GTK+, Pango
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
If you want to leave a tip, see https://www.gittip.com/mgedmin/
New custom date range report by Rohan Mitchell.
Moved to GitHub.
HACKING.txt renamed to CONTRIBUTING.rst.
Tests no longer require PyGTK/PyGObject.
Add back Python 2.6 support (not 100% guaranteed, I don’t have PyGObject for 2.6).
Add Python 3.3 support.
Fix strftime problem on Windows (LP: #1096489).
Fix gtimelog.desktop validation (LP: #1051226).
Use gtimelog icon instead of gnome-week.png.
Use XDG Base Directory Specification for config and data files (~/.config/gtimelog and ~/.local/share/gtimelog). There’s no automatic migration: if ~/.gtimelog exists, it will continue to be used.
Fix Unicode errors when user’s name is non-ASCII (LP: #1117109).
Dropped Python 2.6 support (by accident).
See the full changelog.
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