CLI timer app to keep track of your life
Timey is a simple cli timer that helps you keeep track of your life. It's written in python.
Python >= 3.6
The package is uploaded on PyPi. Therefore, it can be installed with the following command
pip install timey
timey [command] [tag]
command can be any of the following:
start- Starts a new timer for
tick- Outputs the how long the current session has been running for.
stop- Stops the timer.
resume- Starts a new session for
summarise- Summarises all the sessions for
tag. If tag is not specified, it summarises for all tags present in the current day's log.
tag can be any string.
The logs are stored on a day-by-day-basis. The following is a sample usage of the app
$ timey start algo-hw Started timekeeping for algo-hw Curent time is 21:21
Two hours later
$ timey tick algo-hw 2h 0m 00s $ timey stop algo-hw algo-hw stopped. Last run ran for 2h 0m 00s $ timey start gaming Started timekeeping for gaming Curent time is 21:21 $ timey summarise Summary for algo-hw 1. 21:21 2h 0m 00s Total time spent - 2h 0m 00s Summary for gaming 1. 23:00 0h 0m 10s - running Total time spent - 0h 0m 10s
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