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Command line interface for interacting with Tempo.

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Command line interface for interacting with Tempo.

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Introduction

Ease repetitive Tempo tasks by using templates to fill in recurring items without having to use web interface. Templates are yaml formatted files that are semi-flexible in allowing what can be created.

The author_account_id can be obtained by going to your profile in JIRA and copying the ID from the URL.

----
author_account_id: foo

issues:
  # Will use current date if one can't be determined.
  - issue: INT-8
    time_spent: 30m
    start_time: "9:30AM"

  # Can specify day of week easily.
  - issue: INT-10
    time_spent: 1h
    start_time: Monday at 9AM

  # Full on datetime with override.
  - issue: INT-11
    time_spent: 90s
    start_time: "2018-08-05 11:00:00"
    author_account_id: bar

  # Pass in extras that aren't exposed in DSL.
  # https://tempo-io.github.io/tempo-api-docs/#worklogs
  - issue: INT-11
    time_spent: 1h
    start_time: 8am
    extras:
      remainingEstimateSeconds: 300

Installation

$ pip install tempocli
$ pip install --upgrade tempocli

Running

$ tempocli --config <config> create --template <template>

Configuration

By default, ~/.tempocli.yml is the path used for the configuration file but that can be changed with the --config option during invocation. The configuration file should look like this:

---
token: <token>

It is also possible to specify the token using the TEMPOCLI_TOKEN environment variable.

Docker

$ docker pull awiddersheim/tempocli
$ docker run \
    --rm \
    --tty \
    --interactive \
    --volume ~/.tempocli.yml:/home/tempocli/.tempocli.yml:ro \
    --volume /some/dir/with/templates:/templates:ro \
    awiddersheim/tempocli \
    create --template /templates/template.yml

Development

$ pip install -e .
$ tempocli --help

Testing

# Install development packages (preferably in a virtualenv)
$ pip install -e .[dev]

# Run tests
$ pytest

# Run tests for all available Python interpreters
$ tox

# Linting
$ flake8

# Can also lint in tox as well
$ tox -e flake8

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