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Tracklr - Command-line Productivity Toolset

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Tracklr is a command-line toolset for processing iCalendar feeds.


Install tracklr via pip:

pip install tracklr


Out of the box tracklr uses its own configuration stored in Tracklr.__config__.

For PDF reports tracklr uses by default its own HTML template in tracklr.pdf.Pdf.__template__.

tracklr provides init command to create tracklr.yml and pdf.html files either in user config directory eg. ~/.config/tracklr/ or current working directory (default).

See tracklr init --help for more details.


# setup local config
tracklr init config

# setup global pdf.html uses for all tracklr instances
tracklr init template --user-config-dir

# display info about the current instance
tracklr info

# show only 2019-02 events
tracklr ls -d 2019-02

# show only 2019 @tracklr events
tracklr ls -d 2019 -i @tracklr

# generate 2019 @tracklr PDF report
tracklr pdf -d 2019 -i @tracklr

# show all hours matching tag #tags
tracklr tag -i "#tags"


Tracklr git repository is available at

Pull requests are welcome. For more information, see


Project documentation for the current version is available at

Source of the documentaton is available at Tracklr’s repository


BSD 3-clause Clear License

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