1 unstable release
|0.1.0||Jan 21, 2023|
#832 in Command line utilities
Command line tool for tracking work time.
Start time tracking
Start tracking now:
$ jobber -s Starting new job: Pos: 1 Start: Sun Oct 13 2013, 07:59
Start tracking at specific time in past:
$ jobber -s 12:00 Starting new job: Pos: 1 Start: Tue Oct 13 2013, 12:00
The absolute time is interpreted as like it is within +/-12 hours. So if it's currently 8:00h, so 21:00 will be understand as yesterday. 17:00 would be more than 12 hours in future.
Ending a started job:
You can stop a running job now by simply using the option -e without giving any time information.
Start tracking at absolute date and time:
$ jobber -s 10/30/2013,12:00
$ jobber -s 30.10.2013,12:00 $ jobber -s 12:00,10/30/2013 $ jobber -s 12:00,30.10.2013
Start tracking at relative time:
$ jobber -s 5h-
Giving a number followed by a "h" or "m" and a "+" or "-" the resulting time will be calculated by a distance in hours or minutes from now.
End time tracking
End tracking now:
$ jobber -e
End tracking at specific time in past:
$ jobber -e 14:00
End tracking at absolute date and time:
$ jobber -e 10/30/2013,14:00
End tracking at relative time:
$ jobber -e 1m+
List all known jobs:
$ jobber -l
$ jobber -r jobber - job time tracker 4/2013 sun mon tue wed thu fri sat 11.75 - 12.75 - - - - - 4.5 6.5 - 7.5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Monthly total: 43.0 hours Total over all: 43.0 hours