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A simple Pomodoro timer using curses (and pyglet for audio playback)

Project description

Khaki

Khaki is a Pomodoro timer in Python using the standard curses module and Pyglet.

How to use

Run khaki. Once it is running, use p to toggle the timer. After the long timer runs out, it is replaced by the rest timer, which needs to be toggled as well.

Pressing + will reset the current timer and add one second to the max time. Pressing - works the same way, but subtracts a second. The changes are not yet persistent.

Pressing c will clear the timer. It will keep running if it was running, and will continue paused if it was paused.

You can exit with q.

Why "Khaki"

It has a nice sound to it, and a Khaki is a great doppelganger for a tomato.

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