Nico Schottelius 8c0e13214a ctt update
2013-08-30 11:14:51 +02:00

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[[!meta title="ctt - time tracking for geeks"]]
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## Introduction
Ever wondered how much you work compared to what you should?
Are you in the need to record working time for a customer?
Do you want something that is very simple, geek compatible
and runs on the command line? Then you may have found the right
## Installation
Get ctt from git ([gitweb](http://git.schottelius.org/?p=ctt;a=summary)):
git clone git://git.schottelius.org/ctt
The code is mirrored on [github](https://github.com/telmich/ctt) and
can be accessed via
git clone git://github.com/telmich/ctt.git
## Examples
# Track some time
% ctt track test
Comment: Did some cool work
# Track for a given time range
% ctt track --sd 2013-04-29-1000 --ed 2013-05-29-1200 test
Comment: Long working period
# Track (keep running), but specify different start date
% ctt track --sd 2013-04-29-0800 test
Comment: Started early today
# Track without prompting for a comment
% ctt track -n test
# List available projects
% ctt listprojects
# List all entries of this month for project test
% ctt report test
# List all entries from January
% ctt report --sd 2013-01-01 --ed 2013-01-31 test
# List all entries from January matching either rails ruby or cdist
% ctt report --sd 2013-01-29 --ed 2013-04-29 -e "(rails|ruby|cdist)" test
# The same, but case insensitive
% ctt report --sd 2013-01-29 --ed 2013-04-29 -e "(rails|ruby|cdist)" -i test
## Support
### IRC
You can join the development ***IRC channel***
[#cstar on irc.freenode.net](irc://irc.freenode.org/#cstar).
[[!tag ctt unix]]