I added the second-biggest efficiency improvement since supporting the Enter key in the task input field. Also, this release is probably the last of the version 1 branch.
My little work-tracking tool has received some love recently and is now available in a more bug-free version. But not only that, I have made a foray into a foreign world and now support compilation on Linux and, to put the icing on the cake, even provide a deb package for Debian based distributions.
It has been around three months since the last release, June 22nd to be exact. Since then I have made some small changes along the way, but didn’t publish them because they haven’t been in the shape that I wanted them to be for a release, but still good and helpful enough for me to use them on a daily basis. The biggest new feature is an editor. Second comes the translation and around them gather a few improvements regarding usability.
I have just released the first update to my work/time tracking tool WorkTracker, version 1.1.0. Included are a few visual enhancements, bugfixes, a new runtime and one feature I didn’t want to implement at first: resume a running task after application shutdown.Read More »
Up until my last post I was working on a little tool that helps me track the time of all (or just one) the different tasks at work. Since the work intensity went down it opened up time (yay!) for some personal stuff. We’re required to record our everyday labor and sometimes it became quite complicated to calculate how much time was spent on a single task, especially when the day didn’t start at 08:00 o’clock but some randome time earlier and ended at some random time.