A simple command-line time tracker, inspired by timetrap and built on PouchDB so its database is syncable.
timepouch is a command-line time tracking utility made with node.js and PouchDB. It was inspired by timetrap.
timepouch improves on timetrap by using a database that can very easily sync with CouchDB.
npm install -g timepouch
$ timepouch --help Options: -d, --display Display checkins for the current sheet -s, --sheet Select or create a sheet -l, --list Display timesheets -i, --in [note] Check in to the current timesheet -o, --out Check out of the current timesheet --sync [url] Sync changes with the CouchDB server at url
--end options are available to specify dates/times.
$ timepouch -s some-project > selected sheet 'some-project' $ timepouch -i working on some feature > starting task 'working on some feature' at Thu Nov 08 2012 15:22:26 GMT-0700 (MST) // work work work... $ timepouch -o > completed task 'some feature' at Thu Nov 08 2012 15:23:56 GMT-0700 (MST)
When checking in or out, the
--at option can specify the time you want to
Date class can
# check in at a specific time (use --at or --start) $ timepouch -i --at '11/8/12 10:37 PM' # check out, and set checkout time to 5:00 PM (use --at or --end) $ timepouch -o --at 'Nov 7 2012 5:00 PM' # check in, and out in one go (use --start and --end, NOT --at) $ timepouch -i doin sem stuffs --start 'Nov 8, 2012 9:00' --end 'Nov 8, 2012 17:00'
You can also specify dates relative to right now, like "5 minutes ago".
$ timepouch -o --at '15 minutes ago' # or a but more concise $ timepouch -oa '15m ago'
timepouch -d will print out all the entries in the currently
selected sheet. You can search and filter by the date, sheet, or note by using
the following options (mix and match as needed):
--before [date]Show entries before the specified date/time
--after [date]Show entries after the specified date/time
--sheet [sheet name]Show entries in another sheet
--note [search]Show entries with a note containing 'search'