watson

A wonderful CLI to track your time.

TLDR

Start monitoring time in project

$ watson start [project]
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Start monitoring time in project with tags

$ watson start [project] +[tag]
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Stop monitoring time for the current project

$ watson stop
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Display the latest working sessions

$ watson log
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Edit most recent frame

$ watson edit
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Remove most recent frame

$ watson remove
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SYNOPSIS

 watson [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]...

DESCRIPTION

Watson is a tool aimed at helping you monitoring your time.

You just have to tell Watson when you start working on your project with the `start` command, and you can stop the timer when you're done with the `stop` command.

OPTIONS

‐‐version

Show the version and exit.

‐‐help

Show this manpage and exit.

COMMANDS

cancel

Cancel the last call to the start command. The time will not be recorded.

config

Get and set configuration options.

edit

Edit a frame.

frames

Display the list of all frame IDs.

help

Display help information.

log

Display each recorded session during the given timespan

merge

Perform a merge of the existing frames with a conflicting frames file.

projects

Display the list of all the existing projects.

remove

Remove a frame.

rename

Rename a project or tag.

report

Display a report of the time spent on each project.

restart

Restart monitoring time for a previously stopped project.

start

Start monitoring time for the given project.

status

Display when the current project was started and the time spent since.

stop

Stop monitoring time for the current project.

sync

Get the frames from the server and push the new ones.

tags

Display the list of all the tags.

NOTE

This manual page was generate by genallman shellscript that uses txt2man. The script was created by Joao Eriberto Mota Filho <eriberto@debian.org>. The manpage was made for the watson package of the Debian project (but may be used by others)

If more information is necessary, please read the online documentation at https://tailordev.github.io/Watson/user-guide/commands/

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