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A small timer program that integrates with various project management solutions

Project description

A small command line extendable timer that integrates with various project management solutions.

Installation and Configuration

qTimer can be install via the [Python Package Index](http://pypi.python.org/pypi/qTimer) or via setup.py. qTimer depends upon [SQLAlchemy](http://pypi.python.org/pypi/SQLAlchemy) and [Alembic](http://pypi.python.org/pypi/alembic) to run.

You should take the time to configure qTimer before running it for the first time. Basic configuration is to copy the dist-packages/qtimer/default.ini to $HOME/.qtimer and then change the url and token. You can also configure things such as how long will qTimer cache data from remote sources and how much will it round time in both display and posting. The [alembic] and [loggers] sections are for advanced users only, and the average user should probably steer clear of those.

Extending qTimer

If you’re interested in extending qTimer take a look at the plugins folder and the commands folder.

A command is a class which provides a sub-parser and business logic for a given sub-command. See commands folder and command.py for details

A plugin represents a way of retrieving data from a remote source. Plugins are required to have the magic method load_qtimer_plugin(url, token). See plugins/plugin.prototype.py for more details.

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