QtTimer is a small project that I felt the need to write. The idea is that the user can specify a time duration and they will be informed after the time passes. The main use for me is to partition my work time in small, usually 45 minute, intervals. Of course this can be done easily using a shell script like this:
sleep $1m $2s playsound –volume 10 ~/data/sounds/notify.ogg
The problem with the above script is that when I use it I often need to see how much time remains. Another feature I would like to have is the ability to pause the timer, although someone could argue that this defeats the purpose of the project.
This is just a toy project. There are plenty of other timers, but I wanted to create a non trivial example project, in order to test github.
Software you need in order to compile QtTimer:
- cmake version at least 2.8.0
- Qt4. I have compiled it with 4.6.3, but I think earlier version would be OK as well.
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