Manual Reference Pages - WMWORK (1)
wmwork - keep track of time worked on projects
wmwork provides a monitor on a 64x64 mini window that helps you keeping track of
your time. The idea is based on the program
Worklog written by Truxton King Fulton II. In contrast to
wmwork is a graphical application designed to work with the WindowMaker dock, but
will work with other window managers as well.
-d, --days ||
displays time in ddd.hh:mm instead of hhh:mm:ss. Note that if one timer is
at least 1000 hours large this will be the case anyway.
-f, --force |
overwrite stale lock files. Use this if
wmwork says that its already running but it isnt.
-h, --help ||
display a command line summary.
-v, --version |
display the version number.
set the display to use, e.g.
set the position of the dock app, e.g.
--geometry=+10+10. Note that the size (64x64) is hard-coded and cannot be changed.
wmwork is started, the uppermost line shows the accumulated time spent on the
project, identified by a three letter code in the third line. The second
line shows the current time spent on the project and is initially zero.
V starts the timer, the button
|| pauses it. The button
X stops the timer, saving the accumulated time in
~/.wmwork/worklog, adding the current session time to
~/.wmwork/worklog.XYZ and resetting the latter.
> switch between the projects found in the file
~/.wmwork/worklog. This can be done only if the timer is neither running nor paused.
Having multiple entries of the same identifier in
~/.wmwork/worklog is possible. They are counted independently, but will share the same
contains the projects configuration and log summaries.
Each line has the form
identifier:timestamp[:comment]. Empty lines and lines beginning with a
# are ignored. Only the first three characters of the (case-insensitive)
identifier are relevant. When
wmwork is overwriting
~/.wmwork/worklog it cuts the identifiers down that way.
contains human readable timestamps for the project
XYZ is the truncated identifier from
Please send any bugs to <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Debian users are encouraged
to use the Debian Bug Tracking System <http://bugs.debian.org/wmwork>.
wmwork was written by Martin A. Godisch <email@example.com>. It is based on the
program wmppp written by Martijn Pieterse and Antoine Nulle. Thanks to the
following people, who have contributed to wmwork:
Adam Lackorzynski <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Gordon Fraser <email@example.com>
Daniel Tschan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Alexey Dokuchaev <email@example.com>
Josep Portella Florit <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Ben Stern <email@example.com>
|The Debian Project ||WMWORK (1) ||January 2005 |
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