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An overly simple timer for i3.

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i3egg: an overly simple timer for i3

License: AGPL 3.0+ Distributed via PyPI Maintainability rated at Code Climate Test coverage at Coveralls Latest commit at GitHub

i3egg is an overly simple -- perhaps simplistic -- timer for i3.

It takes input like '0m3' or '4:0' or '15', waits the appointed number of seconds (3, 240, 900, respectively), and pops up an i3-nagbar when the timer expires.

i3egg has the following "features":

  • No visible ongoing countdown.
  • No builtin way to stop the timer once it has been started. (See: kill.)
  • Requires i3wm (minimally, an implementation of i3-nagbar) to function.

It does one thing, and does it... welllll...

🧙‍ Author

Matt VanEseltine

https://pypi.org/user/matvan/

matvan@umich.edu

https://github.com/vaneseltine

https://twitter.com/vaneseltine

https://stackoverflow.com/users/7846185/matt-vaneseltine

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