Text-based work habit tracker
A plain text system for keeping track of how long you work.
The format looks like this:
# Week 1 ## 13 Jun 2016 - Start @ 10:00 - Lunch 12:00-13:00 - Stop @ 18:00 - Begin new job - Set up computer ## 14 Jun 2016 - Start @ 8:30 - Lunch 12:00-12:30 - Stop @ 17:00 - Fix calendar display error # Week 2 ## 20 Jun 2016 - Start @ 7:30 - Lunch 11:00-11:30 - Stop @ 16:00 - Respond to code review
pip3 install worklogmd
You’ll probably also want the wl bash command, which you can get by running printWorklogFunction and appending the output to your Bash configuration (.bashrc or .bash_profile, depending on OS).
When you want to interact with your Worklog, type wl and modify the file.
A simple tool which will report on the number of hours you’ve worked each day (processWorklog worklog.md) or each week (processWorklog worklog.md -w).
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