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pace-core - library to support timetracking on the command line

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0.19.0 Mar 24, 2024
0.17.0 Mar 23, 2024

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pace-core - library to support timetracking on the command line


pace-core is a library to support timetracking on the command line. It is the core library for the pace timetracking application.

⚠️ Note: pace-core is currently in active development and is not yet ready for production use. Expect breaking changes and incomplete features. We encourage you to try it out and provide feedback, but please be aware that it is not yet stable.


You can ask questions in the Discussions or have a look at the FAQ.

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Crate features

This crate exposes a few features for controlling dependency usage:

  • clap - Enables a dependency on the clap crate and enables parsing from the commandline. This feature is enabled by default.

  • cli - Enables support for CLI features by enabling merge and clap features. This feature is enabled by default.

  • sqlite - Enables a dependency on the rusqlite crate and enables persistence to a SQLite database. This feature is disabled by default as it's not yet implemented.




Found a bug? Open an issue!

Got an idea for an improvement? Don't keep it to yourself!

Please make sure, that you read the contribution guide.

Code of Conduct

Please review and abide by the general Rust Community Code of Conduct when contributing to this project. In the future, we might create our own Code of Conduct and supplement it at this location.

Minimum Rust version policy

This crate's minimum supported rustc version is 1.74.1.

The current policy is that the minimum Rust version required to use this crate can be increased in minor version updates. For example, if crate 1.0 requires Rust 1.20.0, then crate 1.0.z for all values of z will also require Rust 1.20.0 or newer. However, crate 1.y for y > 0 may require a newer minimum version of Rust.

In general, this crate will be conservative with respect to the minimum supported version of Rust.


AGPL-3.0-or-later; see LICENSE.


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