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Create a simple Punch Torrent Download clock for tracking your time. Using a batch file, todo.txt or any Python script.
– Database based. All times recorded are kept in a database so you can gain the benefit of being able to view or export your time data whenever you want. Punch uses a simple command line interface.
– Speed Punch. From a CLI punchclock it is super easy to start punching so you never have to worry about forgetting to punch in that time.
– Batch file. Automatically punch in your time when running your project, just by calling punch from a script. Batch files are preferred for this feature since todo.txt is for time tracking.
– Autoreponder. Punch will automatically reply to changes in punch times with a note so you know when it’s been kept up to date with your changes.
– Punches via Network File System. Punch will punch by Network file system so you can punch straight from FTP.
– CSV export. Drop into the command line and export your time sheets as CSV files.
– Choose punch clock style and use it to create a clock entry. Reuse clock styles or create a new style in the list.
– Print a nice daily report. For the true OCD type, you can get a daily report to see how you are spending your time
– Set up wall calendar. A wall calendar is a nice way to track the time you spend at home.
– Your time is all in one place. No need to manually enter or calculate times or adjust times. Punch does that all for you
– Simple. Punch uses a simple command line interface that is great for first-timers. But advanced users will appreciate the ability to easily add, delete and update times, styles and change your time settings.
– Non-destructive. Your clocks go back to 10 years of history. No use in hacking off your records.
– Unversioned. Punch uses the same.Punch file for every version of todo.txt, no need to re-create clock
– Works everywhere. Works with Windows, *nix and Mac.
– Works with Python and CLI. Works with Python, CLI or Bash. Simple command line interface. Works straight from the CLI
– To install on Mac
– You’ll need to install OSX Homebrew, which can be done by using the instructions at
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Punch will store a log of the time you spend working on your todo.txt tasks, and will make it easy to keep track of the tasks you’ve done. It will also generate a summary report showing the time spent on tasks.
Installation of Punch:
Copy Punch-1.0.3.jar to /tools/punch in your todo.txt directory.
Use the script /tools/punch when working with Punch.
To remove Punch from your todo.txt system, unpack /tools/punch and move it to another directory. For example, to remove it from /tools/punch:
rm -r -f /tools/punch
Creating Punch Time Logs:
Punch can create a punch log by specifying a punch command in the /tools/punch script, or by running a specific task.
The following examples show how to time tasks in Punch:
Punch -t todo.txt will log the time spent on tasks in the todo.txt file (or the user’s ToDo.txt if the todo.txt file does not exist).
Punch -t todo.txt -f [file] will log the time spent on tasks from [file].
Punch -t todo.txt -f DESTINATION will log the time spent on tasks from the todo.txt file or the user’s ToDo.txt file to [DESTINATION].
Punch -t todo.txt -d will log time for a specific task. Punch will look for the task in the todo.txt file or the user’s ToDo.txt file. The required command appears after the time spent on the task with a format similar to DATE USER DATE/ HOUR MINUTE SEC.
DATE is the time you started the task. USER is your username. DATE/ is the date of the start of the task. HOUR is the time in your punch clock format. MINUTE is the time of the task, again in your punch clock format. SEC is the time spent on the task. The SEC value will be zero if the task was started from a script.
Punch -t todo.txt -d [taskname] will log the time for a specific task. Punch will look for the task in the todo.txt file
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Punch is a time tracking add-on for todo.txt – a command line todo.txt list utility. Punch uses the time-tracking.xml file included with todo.txt to keep track of where you are spending your time.
Punch is designed to be simple and flexible. It keeps track of time using the time tracking.xml file, so you don’t need to use any special tools to track your time. It works together with your existing todo.txt file to track time spent on tasks, and also allows you to track money spent on projects.
Punch uses a punch clock metaphor to track where you are spending your time. It is up to you how you use it. Use Punch to track time spent on tasks, projects, and trips. And if you spend most of your time on one thing, then you can set that as your default project. Let Punch remember this as your default project. You can use the punch clock metaphor to ensure you are spending the appropriate amount of time on projects.
Punch is designed to be simple and flexible. It allows you to set your task title, context, and add a note, to add optional tags to a task or project. Change the default time font, and change the default unit of time (hours, minutes, or seconds).
Punch is designed to be simple and flexible, but will always try to track the time you spend on tasks as accurately as possible. Punch does not track time spent on non-tasks, such as weekends. This is due to a difference in the nature of todo.txt and the way Punch calculates time. Punch is designed to use your todo.cfg file, to todo.txt settings to determine how much time you spend on each task. Punches main task by default is time spent on all tasks.
This command line todo.txt list utility is a single line interface. You should run Punch from the command line, not from a gui.
Punch works with your existing todo.cfg file, so it will read the configuration that is used by the official todo.txt add-on. You can easily replace the official todo.txt add-on with Punch.
You can see what time is spent on tasks, projects, and trips using the Punch-generated time-tracking.xml file. You can view this file in your file manager by typing %t. You can view this file in your browser. (Requires
What’s New In Punch?
* Reads your todo.txt file and adds & todo / todo.
* Shows your current time, does not change your todo.txt file.
* Shows how long you worked, does not change your todo.txt file.
* Shows a time range in 12 hour blocks.
* Does not use your names, does not add todo / does not remove from todo.txt.
* Does not show how you got there, does not mark as complete.
* Automatically updates your todo.txt file.
* Easily change the size of the time tracking range.
* Uses your todo.txt file and time tracking configuration.
* Works without you having to kill your todo.txt file.
* If you have multiple todo.txt files in the same directory it will add them all together.
* Works great for electronic equipment, cars, public transit and trips made by foot.
* Shows the number of hours you’ve spent working.
* Shows how you got there, does not mark as complete.
* Easily change the time tracking range.
* Displays the human-readable date when printing.
* There is no pattern for user names, just displays whatever you enter.
* Can grab any time you have spent working, does not mark as complete.
* The time tracker and punch clock are independent. You can launch one or the other.
* Button bar for control.
* Shows work per day, week, month, quarter, half year.
* Displays a pie chart for the time spent working.
* Works great for managers who issue tasks in a work day.
* Displays a hour per task, does not use todo.txt, work space or kill file.
* Blocks work time per day, week, month, quarter, half year.
* This does work with electronic equipment, cars, public transit, and trips made by foot.
* Increases the time tracking range of seconds if the range is too small.
* Displays if your todo.txt is current, with an x or i next to it.
* Displays the number of time entries in your todo.txt.
* Adds or removes from your todo.txt as dictated by your todo.txt time rules.
* Outputs a punch clock diagram with your time.
* Allows you to set a start and end date for your todo.txt
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