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Short Description
Literate time logs
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Setup

Install Java. Java 8 is recommended.

Getting Started

To build and run:

./run.sh

The first run is SLOW, but after that it's fast.

You can even symlink to it and it should "just work":

ln -s ~/code/treadmill/run.sh ~/bin/treadmill
treadmill

Run without any arguments to get the help text:

Usage: treadmill [OPTIONS] [help] filename ...

This program is used to keep track of hours worked.

OPTIONS are one of:
 -h  display this help text
 -d  include the detailed report

 -i category,other,...
     include only the given categories in the report

 -x category,other,...
     exclude the given categories from the report

The -i and -x options may be used more than once. The total list is the
combination of all uses.

It extracts the time information from the following format:

Sat Mar 18 2000  10:00-13:00  meeting

The fields are:
- The date, including the day of the week
- A time range in 24 hour time. It can span midnight, but cannot be longer than
  24 hours in length.
- An optional category.

You can put a ":" in a category to get sub-categories.

Docker image

To create a docker image:

docker build -t treadmill .

To run the docker image:

docker run --rm -v $(pwd):/data -w /data treadmill -d example.log

Build Details

The script works by creating a single jar and running it. You can do this yourself with:

./sbt assembly
java -jar target/scala-2.11/treadmill-assembly-0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar
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