Now you can see time spent on each edited file. In left bottom corner you will see time file. After pressing ctrl+alt+T you will see all time spent on every file/folder.https://github.com/max-mykhailenko/memTask.Everything should be working, but please report issues if you find any.
Neat idea !It's working for me so far. I'm running Mac OS X 10.7.5.
Thanks!In near future:- add normal syntax highlight- clearing time- grouping by date
I share whats in the quoted text.
New output format with simple word highlighting!
New features with new install method. Now plugin available in package repository.
Version 0.1.1 - folding by date or folder
Now if you can just subtract the time I spend just staring at the screen, or no keystokes happening. =) HAH! =)
All kidding aside, although if you could do it that would be cool. =) This is an ingenious plugin. Nice plugin!
@Lancelot: you should try paymoplus
If you thought more than 5 minutes plugin automatically stops timer. Also you can reduce this time to several seconds or minutes in settings.
NEW FEATURE! now with ST3 supportA new feature allows you to record the time between the two points. Try it with crtl+super+i (ctrl+alt+i)
NEW VERSION. Removed some annoying bugs, when memTask stops working. In previous release also was added JIRA smart commits support.Details here github.com/max-mykhailenko/memTask