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clocking

clocking is a command line utility to help you manage your worked hours, vacation, projects or whatever you need to consider tracking time.

Testing

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To test package before use it, follow this:

pip install -U pytest
git clone https://github.com/MatteoGuadrini/clocking.git
cd clocking
pytest tests 

Installing

To install package, follow below.

With pip:

pip install clocking

With git:

git clone https://github.com/MatteoGuadrini/clocking.git
cd clocking
pip install .

Usage

clocking was born to be a python library that offers a command line utility. For more information, see the official documentation on ReadTheDocs.

As a command line

Use the command line to track and take daily hours worked on projects or not.

$ clocking -h
usage: clocking [-h] {config,cfg,c,set,st,s,delete,del,d,print,prt,p} ...

tracking or monitoring worked hours

positional arguments:
  {config,cfg,c,set,st,s,delete,del,d,print,prt,p}
                        commands to run
    config (cfg, c)     default's configuration
    set (st, s)         setting values
    delete (del, d)     remove values
    print (prt, p)      print values

options:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit

Configuration

clocking uses configurations to apply automatically determine information when insert data into database; these configurations to creates in command line through config section.

# Create configuration
$> clocking config --daily-hours 8 --hour-reward 10 --extraordinary-reward 12 --location "Milan Office" --currency €
# Print configuration
$> clocking config --print
...
# Enable/load configuration
$> clocking config --select-id 1
# Or all in one
$> clocking config --daily-hours 8 --hour-reward 10 --extraordinary-reward 12 --location "Milan Office" --currency € --select-id 1 --print

Use config action also to delete or clean configurations:

# Delete configuration
$> clocking config --delete-id 1
# Clean all configurations
$> clocking config --reset

Setting

clocking uses set mode to insert data into own database; insert data in command line through set section.

# Set current working day
$> clocking set --hours 8
# Set other working day
$> clocking set --hours 9.5 --date '11/25/2022'
# Set disease
$> clocking set --disease
# Set holiday
$> clocking set --holiday
# Set custom value
$> clocking set --custom 'Today I not work! I play guitar!'
# Set custom day value: this month, this year but first day
$> clocking set --hours 8 --day 1
# Set custom month value: this day, this year but month november
$> clocking set --hours 8 --month 11
# Set custom year value: this day, this month but year 2022
$> clocking set --hours 8 --year 2021
# Set extraordinary hours
$> clocking set --hours 8 --extraordinary 1
# Set permit hours
$> clocking set --hours 7 --permit 1
# Set other hours
$> clocking set --hours 8 --other 0.5
# Set location
$> clocking set --hours 8 --location 'Milan Office, p.za Duomo'
# Set description
$> clocking set --hours 8 --description 'Project: #1'
# Set all
$> clocking set --hours 8 --day 5 --month 5 --year 2019 --location 'Milan Office' \
    --description 'Study Programming Python' --extraordinary 1 --other 1
# Reset a day, without prompt
$> clocking set --date '10/09/2023' --reset --force
# Delete a day, without prompt
$> clocking set --date '10/09/2023' --remove --force

Deleting

clocking uses delete mode to delete data from own database; delete data in command line through delete section.

# Delete working first day of month
$> clocking delete --day 1
Delete day.
To continue? [y/N]
# Delete working first day of month, without prompt
$> clocking delete --day 1 --force
# Delete precise date, without prompt
$> clocking delete --date 2/2/2021 --force
# Delete whole month (current year), without prompt
$> clocking delete --month 11 --force
# Delete whole year 2022, without prompt
$> clocking delete --year 2022 --force
# Delete whole user data, without prompt
$> clocking delete --clear --force

Printing

clocking uses print mode to print data from own database; print data in command line through print section.

# Print day
$> clocking print --date '01/25/2022'
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
| date_id  | year | month | day | hours | description | location | extraordinary | permit_hours | other_hours | holiday | disease |
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
| 20220125 | 2022 |   1   |  25 |  8.0  |     None    |  Milan   |      1.0      |     0.0      |     0.0     |    0    |    0    |
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
$> clocking print --day 25 --month 1 --year 2022
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
| date_id  | year | month | day | hours | description | location | extraordinary | permit_hours | other_hours | holiday | disease |
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
| 20220125 | 2022 |   1   |  25 |  8.0  |     None    |  Milan   |      1.0      |     0.0      |     0.0     |    0    |    0    |
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
# Print whole month
$> clocking print --year 2022 --month 1
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
| date_id  | year | month | day | hours | description | location | extraordinary | permit_hours | other_hours | holiday | disease |
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
| 20220124 | 2022 |   1   |  24 |  8.0  |     None    |  Milan   |      0.0      |     0.0      |     0.0     |    0    |    0    |
| 20220125 | 2022 |   1   |  25 |  8.0  |     None    |  Milan   |      1.0      |     0.0      |     0.0     |    0    |    0    |
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
# Print whole year
$> clocking print --year 2022
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
| date_id  | year | month | day | hours | description | location | extraordinary | permit_hours | other_hours | holiday | disease |
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
| 20220103 | 2022 |   1   |  3  |  8.0  |     None    |  Milan   |      0.0      |     0.0      |     0.0     |    0    |    0    |
| 20220124 | 2022 |   1   |  24 |  8.0  |     None    |  Milan   |      0.0      |     0.0      |     0.0     |    0    |    0    |
| 20220125 | 2022 |   1   |  25 |  8.0  |     None    |  Milan   |      1.0      |     0.0      |     0.0     |    0    |    0    |
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
# Print holiday in whole year
$> clocking print --holiday --year 2022
+----------+------+-------+-----+------------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
| date_id  | year | month | day |   hours    | description | location | extraordinary | permit_hours | other_hours | holiday | disease |
+----------+------+-------+-----+------------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
| 20220104 | 2022 |   1   |  4  | Not worked |     None    |  Home!   |      0.0      |     0.0      |     0.0     |    1    |    0    |
+----------+------+-------+-----+------------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
# Print disease in whole month
$> clocking print --disease --month 1
+----------+------+-------+-----+------------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
| date_id  | year | month | day |   hours    | description | location | extraordinary | permit_hours | other_hours | holiday | disease |
+----------+------+-------+-----+------------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
| 20220105 | 2022 |   1   |  5  | Not worked |   Disease   |  Home!   |      0.0      |     0.0      |     0.0     |    0    |    1    |
+----------+------+-------+-----+------------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
# Print disease in whole year
$> clocking print --disease --year 2022
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
| date_id  | year | month | day | hours | description | location | extraordinary | permit_hours | other_hours | holiday | disease |
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
| 20220111 | 2022 |   1   |  11 |  7.0  |     None    |  Milan   |      1.0      |     0.0      |     0.0     |    0    |    0    |
| 20220125 | 2022 |   1   |  25 |  8.0  |     None    |  Milan   |      1.0      |     0.0      |     0.0     |    0    |    0    |
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
# Print in other format: csv, json, html
$> clocking print --date '01/25/2022' --csv
date_id,year,month,day,hours,description,location,extraordinary,permit_hours,other_hours,holiday,disease
20220125,2022,1,25,8.0,,Milan,1.0,0.0,0.0,0,0
$> clocking print --date '01/25/2022' --json
[
    [
        "date_id",
        "year",
        "month",
        "day",
        "hours",
        "description",
        "location",
        "extraordinary",
        "permit_hours",
        "other_hours",
        "holiday",
        "disease"
    ],
    {
        "date_id": 20220125,
        "day": 25,
        "description": null,
        "disease": "0",
        "extraordinary": 1.0,
        "holiday": "0",
        "hours": 8.0,
        "location": "Milan",
        "month": 1,
        "other_hours": 0.0,
        "permit_hours": 0.0,
        "year": 2022
    }
]
$> clocking print --date '01/25/2022' --html
<table>
    <thead>
        <tr>
            <th>date_id</th>
            <th>year</th>
            <th>month</th>
            <th>day</th>
            <th>hours</th>
            <th>description</th>
            <th>location</th>
            <th>extraordinary</th>
            <th>permit_hours</th>
            <th>other_hours</th>
            <th>holiday</th>
            <th>disease</th>
        </tr>
    </thead>
    <tbody>
        <tr>
            <td>20220125</td>
            <td>2022</td>
            <td>1</td>
            <td>25</td>
            <td>8.0</td>
            <td>None</td>
            <td>Milan</td>
            <td>1.0</td>
            <td>0.0</td>
            <td>0.0</td>
            <td>0</td>
            <td>0</td>
        </tr>
    </tbody>
</table>
# Print with rewards
$> clocking print --date '01/25/2022' --rewards
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+---------+
| date_id  | year | month | day | hours | description | location | extraordinary | permit_hours | other_hours | holiday | disease | rewards |
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+---------+
| 20220125 | 2022 |   1   |  25 |  8.0  |     None    |  Milan   |      1.0      |     0.0      |     0.0     |    0    |    0    |  81.0€  |
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+---------+
# Export data
$> clocking print --date '01/25/2022' --export my_hours.txt
$> cat my_hours.txt
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
| date_id  | year | month | day | hours | description | location | extraordinary | permit_hours | other_hours | holiday | disease |
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+
| 20220125 | 2022 |   1   |  25 |  8.0  |     None    |  Milan   |      1.0      |     0.0      |     0.0     |    0    |    0    |
+----------+------+-------+-----+-------+-------------+----------+---------------+--------------+-------------+---------+---------+

As a python module

All useful functions to create scripts or software to track time on projects or days worked, are found in the core module: clocking.core

I create a simple script that tracks hours worked daily.

from sys import argv
from clocking.core import *

mydb = 'mydb.db'
user = 'myuser'

# Create configuration if not was created
if not get_current_configuration(mydb, user):
    # Update version
    update_version(mydb)
    # Create default configuration
    create_configuration_table(mydb)
    add_configuration(mydb,
                      active=True,
                      user=user,
                      location='Italy Office',
                      empty_value='not work!',
                      daily_hours=8.0,
                      working_days="Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri",
                      extraordinary=0.5,
                      permit_hours=1.0,
                      disease='disease',
                      holiday='holiday',
                      currency='€',
                      hour_reward=7.5,
                      extraordinary_reward=8.5,
                      food_ticket=0,
                      other_hours=0,
                      other_reward=8.0
                      )
    enable_configuration(mydb, row_id=1)

# Insert daily hours...
insert_working_hours(mydb, user, argv[1])

# ...and print it!
print_working_table(get_working_hours(mydb, user))

Open source

clocking is an open source project. Any contribute, It's welcome.

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Acknowledgments

Thanks to Mark Lutz for writing the Learning Python and Programming Python books that make up my python foundation.

Thanks to Kenneth Reitz and Tanya Schlusser for writing the The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Python books.

Thanks to Dane Hillard for writing the Practices of the Python Pro books.

Special thanks go to my wife, who understood the hours of absence for this development. Thanks to my children, for the daily inspiration they give me and to make me realize, that life must be simple.

Thanks Python!

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