TimeTracker puts up a list of projects, and the number of minutes worked on each. You click on the project you want to work on, and it starts counting on that. At the end of the day, it saves the collected data in a file, and you can use a script to process the data.
released on 17 October 1995
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|PublicDomain||Janet Casey||8 February 2002|
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|Harald Tveit Alvestrand||Maintainer|
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