Hamster - The Gnome Time Tracker
Hamster is time tracking for individuals. It helps you to keep track of how much time you have spent during the day on activities you choose to track.
Project Hamster is undergoing a period of major transition. Unless someone
steps up to the task, this repository will remain unmaintained as the
majority of our resources are directed to a rewrite (repositories:
hamster-lib/dbus/cli/gtk). Whilst you may leave bug reports and feature
request with the issue tracker, please be warned that fixes at the current
codebase will most likely stay unfixed and PR unmerged. Feature request will
be reevaluated once the new codebase takes though.
You can use the usually stable
master or download stable releases.
apt-get install gettext intltool python-gconf python-xdg gir1.2-gconf-2.0 python-dbus
yum install gettext intltool gnome-python2-gconf dbus-python
./waf configure build --prefix=/usr sudo ./waf install
If you upgraded from an existing installation make sure to kill the running daemons:
pkill -f hamster-service pkill -f hamster-windows-service
Now restart your panels/docks and you should be able to add Hamster!
Migrating from hamster-applet
Previously Hamster was installed everywhere under
the applet is long gone, the paths and file names have changed to
hamster-time-tracker. To clean up previous installs follow these steps:
git checkout d140d45f105d4ca07d4e33bcec1fae30143959fe ./waf configure build --prefix=/usr sudo ./waf uninstall
- Fork this project
- Create a topic branch -
git checkout -b my_branch
- Push to your branch -
git push origin my_branch
- Submit a Pull Request with your branch
- That's it!
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