Just recently traq reached v0.1. There have been three notable changes since its initial release:

  • support for bash autocompletion. The setup instructions have been updated accordingly.
  • the generated data files are now stored in a separate directory, which can be configured using the TRAQ_DATA_DIR environment variable. Pascal Hartig was kind enough to suggest this separation and also issued a pull request on github.
  • the directory structure contains a new subdirectory, grouping entries by the year they were created in.

If you are using traq you’ll need to follow the setup instructions a second time and move all your data files to the newly created data directory.

traq is getting better every time the code base changes, and I really like the ability to track times using my CLI.

bottom line: if you like a CLI you should probably give traq a try.


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