Where is my time?
# Where is my time? ⌚ Find out where is your time. Simple time management CLI.
## Installation `bash pip install wmt `
On first usage you will be asked to configure your setup. Supported configuration are using local sqlite database file or hosting it automatically on OneDrive.
`bash $ wmt start -n project_a,task_b,initial_work $ wmt end `
`bash $ wmt start -n project_b,task_c -t "yesterday at 10:00" $ wmt end -t "yesterday at 12:15" `
or you can just use wmt, it would start a session and end it if it found a running session:
` $ wmt Please type session name:project x, task 2 project x, task 2 2018-12-21 13:05:42 $ wmt project x, task 2 ended (45 minutes) `
Time arguments may be relative time in minutes (e.g. -4) or human readable time (and date) which will be parsed by [dateparser](https://dateparser.readthedocs.io).
For more information see help.
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