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clocker

1.14.0 • Public • Published

clocker

track project hours

clocker

example

To start tracking hours, just do clocker start:

$ clocker start -t BAZCORP

The -t is optional.

Some hours pass, then:

$ clocker stop

Run clocker start and clocker stop as you have more hours to track.

You can list the hours you've racked up with clocker list:

$ clocker list
1392707136  2014-02-17  [ 23:05:36 - 02:15:00 ]  (03:09:24)  [BAZCORP]
1392751800  2014-02-18  [ 11:30:00 - 16:20:00 ]  (04:50:00)  [BAZCORP]
1393020600  2014-02-21  [ 14:10:00 - 18:32:00 ]  (04:22:00)  [BAZCORP]

You can see a report of all logged hours of a specific day with clocker report command:

$ clocker report --reportDay 2018-05-23
Report for 23 May 2018:
1527053106  2018-05-23  [ 07:25:06 - 08:09:25 ]  (00:44:19)  [TYPE_A]
1527056838  2018-05-23  [ 08:27:18 - 11:30:00 ]  (03:02:42)  [TYPE_B]
1527067800  2018-05-23  [ 11:30:00 - 11:58:18 ]  (00:28:18)  [TYPE_C]
1527073296  2018-05-23  [ 13:01:36 - 16:31:54 ]  (03:30:18)  [TYPE_B]

TYPE_A: 00:44:19
TYPE_B: 06:33:00
TYPE_C: 00:28:18

total: 07:45:37

Without the --reportDay option, the report command will list all logged hours of the current day.

You can generate a json dump with clocker data:

$ clocker data BAZCORP --rate 125
[
  {
    "title": "consulting",
    "rate": 125,
    "hours": [
      {
        "date": "2014-02-18",
        "hours": 7.1
      },
      {
        "date": "2014-02-17",
        "hours": 0.9
      },
      {
        "date": "2014-02-21",
        "hours": 4.4
      }
    ]
  }
]

This json output can be fed into invoicer to generate a PDF invoice:

$ clocker data BAZCORP --rate 125 | invoicer -r BAZCORP -o invoice.pdf

usage

usage:

  clocker start {-t TYPE, -m MESSAGE} [-- DATA]
    Start the clock. Optionally give a TYPE and MESSAGE.
    Optionally set additional DATA in the format --KEY=VALUE.

  clocker stop {-m MESSAGE}
    Stop the clock.

  clocker restart [STAMP]
    Restart either last clock or clock at STAMP.

  clocker status
    Show the elapsed time if the clock is active or "stopped".

  clocker data {-t TYPE, -r RATE, --title TITLE, --gt=DATE, --lt=DATE, -a}
    Generate invoicer-compatible json output.
    Show dates between lt and gt. Show archived dates with -a.
    Optionally filter by TYPE, a string or /regex/.

  clocker list {-v, --gt DATE, --lt DATE, -a, -t TYPE}
    Show hourly data with STAMPS on the leftmost column.
    In verbose mode (-v), also show clocked messages.
    Show dates between lt and gt. Show archived dates with -a.
    Optionally filter by TYPE, a string or /regex/.

  clocker report {--reportDay DATE}
    Show all logged hours of a specific day.
    If no --reportDay is set, the current day will be used.

  clocker csv {--gt DATE, --lt DATE, --props FIELDS, -a}
    Generate CSV output.
    Show dates between lt and gt. Show archived dates with -a.
    Additionally display the properties FIELDS.

  clocker add START END {-t TYPE, -m MESSAGE}
    Add a hours from START to END as date strings.

  clocker get STAMP
    Get the data at STAMP.

  clocker rm STAMP...
    Remove the data at STAMP.

  clocker set [STAMP] KEY VALUE
    Adjust time stamp boundaries or other properties of either last clock
    or clock at STAMP.
    Time stamp boundaries are parsed, like '20:11' or '10 minutes ago'.

  clocker edit STAMP {KEY}
    Launch $EDITOR to edit the record at STAMP.
    Optionally edit a single KEY.

  clocker archive {--lt=DATE, --gt=DATE}
  clocker archive [STAMP...]
    Archive a range of clocked records or a list of STAMPs.
 
  clocker unarchive {--lt=DATE, --gt=DATE}
  clocker unarchive [STAMP...]
    Un-archive a range of clocked records or a list of STAMPs.

install

With npm do:

npm install -g clocker

to get the clocker command.

license

MIT

install

npm i clocker

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1.14.0

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