This pomodoro gem only works on OSX 10.8.1 and later.
A simple command line tool (optimized for tmux) for mountain lion for counting and maintaining your pomodoros.
How use it
First of all, install it:
gem install cli-pomodoro
After installing the gem running it is simple:
The command accepts the following, optional, flags: -t, -l
Use -t to change the default length of the pomodoro from 25 minutes to the inputted value. For example, the following will change the length of the pomodoros to 20 minutes:
$ pom -t 20
Use -l to change the default number of pomodoros that much occur before the user is given a long break. By default every 4 breaks will be a long break of 15 minutes rather than the short break time of 5 minutes. The following will cause long breaks to occur after everything 3rd pomodoro:
$ pom -l 3
The following will cause pomodoros to be 3 minutes and a 15 minute break to occur after every second pomodoro:
$ pom -t 3 -l 2
This gem relies on the terminal-notifier gem for the growl-like system notifications.
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Add some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request
- How do you change the notification icon? This is an issue for
terminal-notifierwhich uses the application's icon for the notifications. You would need to change the Terminal.icns file to your new icon. More information can be found here.
- Why is it a command line tool? I use tmux and found it fits well in one of the terminals.