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NAME

timr-ftime - Date/Time Format

SYNOPSIS

timr *

DESCRIPTION

This document is about date, time and estimation Strings.

DATETIME FORMATS

date_time

A DateTime is one single string representing '<date> <time>'. Must be in quotes.

date

Formats: YYYYMMDD, YYYY-MM-DD, MM/DD/YYYY, DD.MM.YYYY

time

Formats: HH:MM, HH:MM:SS

All dates and times are handled by Ruby Time class.

DURATION

Most used by Estimation (command-line option -e).

Examples

Sets Estimation to 2h 10m 5s:

Use '+' or '-' to calculate with Estimation times.

Subtracts 45 minutes from the original Estimation:

-e '-45m'

Adds 1 hour 30 minutes to the original Estimation:

-e '+1h 30m'

This format is also called Human Format.

chronic_duration

Duration is parsed by chronic_duration.

See chronic_duration for more examples:
https://github.com/henrypoydar/chronic_duration

SEE ALSO

timr-continue(1), timr-log(1), timr-pause(1), timr-pop(1), timr-report(1), timr-start(1), timr-stop(1), timr-task(1), timr-track(1)

TIMR

This is part of timr(1).

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