TimeTracker – minimalistic time-tracking

Starting with a new hourly-paid freelancing job, I needed some software to track the amount of time I spend working. I tried a few time tracking programs out there, but they all turned out to be bloated and clumsy (not to mention not open-source), so I decided to roll my own.

No fancy interface, no useless options. Click the icon to start/stop work. Icon files are purposefully not embedded for ease of customization. Work periods are logged to a text file with a very simple format. You can set the active task using the right-click menu, or a command-line utility. The executables are incredibly tiny, just a few kilobytes (except the report generator, which is written in D).

It will generate reports which look like this:

Source, download.

3 thoughts on “TimeTracker – minimalistic time-tracking

    1. Vladimir Panteleev Post author

      False positives, probably because the .exe file is so tiny.

      Not sure why issues are closed, I opened them now. But, I haven’t been using Windows or this program in a long time.

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