If you are a developer like me, and you spend most of your day in terminal, it can be easy to forget to switch contexts to do things like tracking your time. So why not do it from the command line?
Now you can – using 88 Miles gem.
Installation is simple (you’ll need Ruby installed)
gem install 88miles
All you do is link a directory with an 88 Miles project, and then you can run
From with in that directory. You can also bring up a realtime clock:
88miles status -f
and dump out all the shifts for that project:
The gem is open source – you can find the code and instructions on our github page. Find a bug, or added something that was missing? We accept pull requests.