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Track your time in a UDA in taskwarrior

Project Description

Install using pip:

pip install taskwarrior-time-tracking-hook

And add it to your Taskwarrior hooks:

mkdir -p ~/.task/hooks
ln -s `which taskwarrior_time_tracking_hook` ~/.task/hooks/on-modify.timetracking

Use task <TASK ID> start and task <TASK ID> stop to record when you have started and stopped working on tasks.

Tracked time is stored in a task duration attribute named totalactivetime holding the total number of seconds that the task was active.

By default, this plugin allows you to have one task active at a time. You can change this by setting max_active_tasks in taskrc to a value greater than 1.

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