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GTIMER(1)			    GTimer			     GTIMER(1)

NAME
       gtimer -	an application for recording time spent	on user-defined	tasks.

SYNOPSIS
       gtimer	[-midnight  offset]  [-weekstart  day]	[-nosplash]  [-resume]
       [-start task]

DESCRIPTION
       GTimer allows the user to time one or more  activities.	 Users	define
       tasks  that can be timed.  Text annotations can also be added to	tasks.
       Reports can be generated	that summarize time spent and annotations.

OPTIONS
       -midnight offset
	       Specify the offset of midnight to use.  Users  can  allow  time
	       spent  after midnight to	be recorded for	the previous day.  For
	       example,	the command

	       gtimer -midnight	400

	       will not	consider everything 3:59AM the previous	day.

       -weekstart day
	       Specify which day of the	week should be considered  the	begin-
	       ning of the week	when generating	reports.  day should be	a num-
	       ber between 0 and 6, where 0 is Sunday.	For example, the  com-
	       mand

	       gtimer -weekstart 1

	       will use	Monday as the first day	of the week for	all weekly re-
	       ports.  The default is 0	(Sunday).

       -resume Start timing any	tasks that were	still  be  timed  when	GTimer
	       last exited.

       -start taskname
	       Start  timing  the specified task immediately.  This option can
	       be used more than once on the command line.  For	 example,  you
	       can start a tasks with:

	       gtimer -start 'GTimer development'

       -nosplash
	       Do not display the splash window	on startup.

FILES
       ~/.gtimer/			       data storage

SEE ALSO
       enscript(1), lpr(1)

AUTHOR
       Craig Knudsen <cknudsen@cknudsen.com> <http://www.cknudsen.com/>

       GTimer WWW home page: <http://www.cknudsen.com/gtimer/>

GTimer				 Mar 19, 2003			     GTIMER(1)

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