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Subject: automatic project recognition?
Date: Sat, 14 Sep 2013 22:59:05 +0200
To: bug-App-TimeTracker [...] rt.cpan.org
From: Gabor Szabo <gabor [...] szabgab.com>
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Based on the demo it seems tracker can recognize a project based on the directory it is in. (maybe by seeing .git or .svn in it?) but when I try $ tracker start I only get: Could not find project Use --project or chdir into the project directory Oh, after reading some documentation I see first I need to run tracker init Maybe the error message could tell it. Maybe there could be a getting started demo showing that too? Oh and tracker -h is not very useful. It prints: usage: tracker [-?h] [long options...] -h -? --usage --help Prints this usage information. --tags Tags [Multiple]
I've submitted a patch in https://github.com/domm/App-TimeTracker/pull/49 which adds a hint about using the `init` command if no project is found when a user runs the `start` command and TimeTracker doesn't find a project to start adding time to. This hopefully addresses the first issue you mention here. Let me know if the patch needs improvement. Cheers, Paul On Sat Sep 14 22:59:18 2013, gabor@szabgab.com wrote: Show quoted text
> Based on the demo it seems tracker can recognize a project based on > the directory it is in. > (maybe by seeing .git or .svn in it?) but when I try > > $ tracker start > > I only get: > > Could not find project > Use --project or chdir into the project directory > > Oh, after reading some documentation I see first I need to run > tracker init > > Maybe the error message could tell it. > > Maybe there could be a getting started demo showing that too? > > Oh and tracker -h is not very useful. It prints: > > usage: tracker [-?h] [long options...] > -h -? --usage --help Prints this usage information. > --tags Tags [Multiple]


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