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Re: reporting using timeclock?

From: Brendan Halpin
Subject: Re: reporting using timeclock?
Date: 24 Sep 2003 11:17:53 +0100
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ASH JAMES <address@hidden> writes:

> Is anyone aware of an extension that will summarize a .timelog file,
> presenting number of hours worked by project?

A late reply...

If you're into elisp, timeclock's structures are easy to
manipulate, e.g.:
(defun bhtl-generate-report ()
  (switch-to-buffer (get-buffer-create "*TC-Report*"))
  (delete-region (point-min) (point-max))
  (let ((stuff (nth 2 (timeclock-log-data))))
    (while stuff
      (let ((project-data (pop stuff))
            (time 0))
        (insert (format "%16s: " (pop project-data)))
        (while project-data
          (let* ((proj-entry (pop project-data)))
                  (incf time  (-
                              (timeclock-time-to-seconds (nth 1 proj-entry))
                              (timeclock-time-to-seconds (nth 0 proj-entry))))))
        (insert (seconds-to-hms time) ?\n)))))

(defun seconds-to-hms (secs)
  (let ((secint (round (ftruncate secs))))
    (format "%02d:%02d:%02d"
            (/ secint 3600)         ;; hours
            (/ (% secint 3600) 60)  ;; seconds
            (% secint 60)))) ;; seconds


PS: comments on my lisp style welcome, as usual.
Brendan Halpin,  Department of Sociology,  University of Limerick,  Ireland
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