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Punchclock

Install with:
    apm install punchclock
  

Punchclock

Punchclock allows you to track time spent on projects, and provides (or rather will provide) ways to view the data in different ways as well as the ability to export and integrate this data with external endpoints.

Default Status Bar View

Punchclock

Active & Tracking Time

Punchclock Active

Paused State

Punchclock Paused

As of 0.6.1, Punchclock has basic support for loading/unloading projects from Atom. The project is defined by the FIRST project path given (for lack of a clearer definition of what a project is in Atom for now).

Although every effort is made to keep things as stable as possible, please do note that the package is under constant development so there might be occasional bugs. If you run across any issues, please add an issue with the details.

Installation

Command Line

bash apm install punchclock

Atom

Command Palette ➔ Settings View: Install Packages ➔ Punchclock

Features

Punchclock currently supports the core basic functionality of being able to track time spent on projects, and persists this data to its internal data store, as well as basic reporting.

Reposting, external services integration & other features are currently in development and will be released gradually.

Current Features

Commands

Start

ctrl-cmd-s

Starts tracking time on this project

Issuing this command when time tracking is paused, will continue from where it left off

Pause

ctrl-cmd-p

Pause time tracking temporarily without loosing already tracked time

Issuing this command when time tracking is paused, will continue from where it left off

Finish

ctrl-cmd-f

Stops tracking time, and saves the tracked time data

Reset

ctrl-cmd-r

Discards current tracked time data (not saved), and starts fresh again

Abort

ctrl-cmd-a

Stop tracking time, and discard the tracked time up to this point

Action is permanent and tracked time data will be lost forever prior to save!

Dashboard

ctrl-cmd-d

Displays the Punchclock UI interfaces - only the Dashboard (basic version) available at this point

Feedback & Issues

Any feedback is appreciated!

There are a number of features that are under development, but if there are specific features you would like to see added, please add an issue and tag it as “feature”.

If you encounter any bugs or cannot get something working, please check the current open issues to see if it has already been raised, before adding a new issue with the problem you are facing.

I work on this project in my spare time so unfortunately I can make absolutely no guarantees about fixes.

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