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Hourglass

Hourglass is a PSP (Personal Software Process) time tracking utility written in Java. It allows users to track the time spent on various programming (or other) tasks, and provides reporting mechanisms for analyzing the use of their time.

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  •  04 Jan 2009 16:46

    Release Notes: The two big novelties of this release are the possibility to tweak Hourglass from the command line and the complete internationalization of Hourglass.

    •  01 Jan 2009 17:45

      Release Notes: Little bugs were closed and a new option to select the number of backup copies to keep was added. Quite a lot of changes were made under the hood. The Strings and Preferences handling were cleaned up.

      •  22 Dec 2008 19:29

        Release Notes: The default behavior is now to keep edits made on time spans (only ESC cancels changes done). More strings are now translatable, but there is much more to be done. Timezone set manually is now properly saved. Hourglass now exits gracefully in case of shutdown. It is now possible to enter an integer for a full hour time (e.g. 9 for 9:00).

        •  02 May 2005 03:41

          Release Notes: This release supports Java 1.4 again, and fixes a few minor bugs.

          •  06 Mar 2005 06:50

            Release Notes: This version was ported to Java 5.0, fixes a bug that caused data loss when Chinese characters were used, disallows multiple instances of the app, adds row and column sums in the timecard, adds the ability to edit historical time entries, and now allows the user to choose 12 vs 24 hour time format.

            Recent comments

            23 Apr 2003 03:53 guillaumedesnoix

            Nice.
            This software is nice, usefull and runs fine on JDistro.

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