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NAME

       timew - A command line time tracker.

SYNOPSIS

       timew <command> [<arg> ...]

DESCRIPTION

       Timewarrior  is  a  command line time tracker. It allows you to easily track your time and
       generate summary reports.

       This is a reference, not a tutorial. If you are looking for a tutorial, check  the  online
       documentation here:

         https://taskwarrior.org/docs/timewarrior

SUBCOMMANDS

       Timewarrior supports many commands. Alphabetically:

       timew
              When  run  without  arguments,  the default command is run, which indicates whether
              there is any active tracking, and if so, shows a summary, then exits with a code 0.
              If there is no active time tracking, exit code is 1.  See also 'get'.

       timew cancel
              If there is an open interval, it is abandoned.  See also 'stop'.

       timew config [<name> [<value> | '']]
              Allows  setting  and  removing  configuration values, as an alternative to directly
              editing your ~/.timewarrior/timewarrior.cfg file. For example:

                $ timew config verbose yes
                $ timew config verbose ''
                $ timew config verbose

              The first command sets 'verbose' to 'yes'. The second sets  it  to  a  blank  value
              which overrides the default value. The third example deletes the 'verbose' setting.

              When  modifying configuration in this way, interactive confirmation will be sought.
              To override this confirmation, use the ':yes'  hint,  which  means  you  intend  to
              answer 'yes' to the confirmation questions:

                $ timew config verbose '' :yes

              If no arguments are provided, all configuration settings are shown:

                $ timew config
                verbose = yes
                ...

              See also 'hints', 'show'.

       timew continue
              Resumes tracking of closed intervals. For example:

                $ timew track 9am - 10am tag1 tag2
                $ timew track 11am - 1pm tag3
                $ timew continue @2

              The  'continue'  command  creates  a new interval, starting now, and using the tags
              'tag1' and 'tag2'.  Using the 'summary' command  and  specifying  the  ':ids'  hint
              shows  interval  IDs.   This command is a convenient way to resume work without re-
              entering the tags.

              See also 'start', 'stop'.

       timew day [<interval>] [<tag> ...]
              The day command shows a chart depicting a  single  day  (today  by  default),  with
              colored  blocks drawn on a timeline. The chart summarizes the tracked and untracked
              time.

              Charts accept date ranges and tags for filtering, or shortcut hints:

                $ timew day monday - today
                $ timew day :week
                $ timew day :month

              The 'reports.day.range' configuration setting overrides  the  default  date  range.
              The default date range shown is ':day'.

              The  ':blank' hint causes only the excluded time to be shown, with no tracked time.
              This can be used to see the exclusions.

              For more details, and precise times, use the 'summary' report.

              See also 'week', 'month', 'summary'.

       timew delete @<id> [@<id> ...]
              Deletes an interval. Using the 'summary' command, and specifying  the  ':ids'  hint
              shows  interval  IDs.  Using  the right ID, you can identify an interval to delete.
              For example, show the IDs:

                $ timew summary :week :ids

              Then having selected '@2' as the interval you wish to delete:

                $ timew delete @2

              See also 'cancel'.

       timew diagnostics
              This command shows details about your version of Timewarrior, your platform, how it
              was built, compiler features, configuration, file access, extensions and more.  The
              purpose of this command is to help  diagnose  configuration  problems  and  provide
              supplemental information when reporting a problem. See also 'extensions'.

       timew export [<interval>] [<tag> ...]
              Exports all the tracked time in JSON format. Supports filtering. For example:

                $ timew export from 2016-01-01 for 3wks tag1

       timew extensions
              Displays  the  directory containing the extension programs and a table showing each
              extension and its status. See also 'diagnostics'.

       timew fill @<id> [@<id> ...]

              The 'fill' command is used to adjust any interval  to  fill  in  surrounding  gaps.
              Using  the  'summary'  command,  and specifying the ':ids' hint shows interval IDs.
              Using the right ID, you can identify an interval to fill.  For  example,  show  the
              IDs:

                $ timew summary :week :ids

              Then having selected '@2' as the interval you wish to fill:

                $ timew fill @2

              Note that you can fill multiple intervals:

                $ timew fill @2 @10 @23

              See also 'hints'.

       timew gaps [<interval>] [<tag> ...]
              Displays a summary of time that is neither tracked nor excluded from tracking.

              The  'reports.gaps.range'  configuration  setting overrides the default date range.
              The ':blank' hint causes only the excluded time to be shown, with no tracked  time.
              The default date range shown is ':day'.

              The ':blank' hint causes only the excluded time to be shown, with no tracked time.

              See also 'summary'.

       timew get <DOM> [<DOM> ...]
              Validates the DOM reference, then obtains the value and displays it. For example:

                $ timew get dom.active
                1

              It  is  an  error  to  reference  an interval or tag that does not exist.  See also
              'DOM'.

       timew help [<command> | interval | hints | date | duration]
              The help command shows detailed descriptions and  examples  of  commands,  interval
              syntax,  supported  hints,  date  and  duration  formats  and  DOM references.  For
              example:

                $ timew help
                $ timew help start
                $ timew help hints
                $ timew help interval
                $ timew help date
                $ timew help duration
                $ timew help dom

       timew join @<id> @<id>
              Joins two intervals, by using the earlier of the two start times, and the later  of
              the  two  end times, and the combined set of tags. Using the 'summary' command, and
              specifying the ':ids' hint shows interval IDs.  Using  the  correct  IDs,  you  can
              identify an intervals to join. For example, show the IDs:

                $ timew summary :week :ids

              Then having selected '@1' and '@2' as the intervals you wish to join:

                $ timew join @1 @2

              See also 'split', 'lengthen', 'shorten', 'resize'.

       timew lengthen @<id> [@<id> ...] <duration>
              The  'lengthen'  command is used to defer the end date of a closed interval.  Using
              the 'summary' command, and specifying the ':ids' hint shows  interval  IDs.   Using
              the right ID, you can identify an interval to lengthen. For example, show the IDs:

                $ timew summary :week :ids

              Then having selected '@2' as the interval you wish to lengthen:

                $ timew lengthen @2 10mins

              Note that you can lengthen multiple intervals,:

                $ timew lengthen @2 @10 @23 1hour

              See also 'summary', 'tag', 'untag', 'shorten', 'resize'.

       timew month [<interval>] [<tag> ...]
              The  month  command  shows  a  chart  depicting  a  single  month (current month by
              default), with colored blocks drawn on a timeline. The chart summarizes the tracked
              and untracked time.

              Accepts date ranges and tags for filtering, or shortcut hints:

                $ timew month 1st - today
                $ timew month :week

              The  'reports.month.range'  configuration setting overrides the default date range.
              The default date range shown is ':month'.

              The ':blank' hint causes only the excluded time to be shown, with no tracked time.

              For more details, and precise times, use the 'summary' report.

              See also 'day', 'week', 'summary'.

       timew move @<id> <date>
              The 'move' command is used to reposition an interval at a new  start  time.   Using
              the  'summary'  command,  and specifying the ':ids' hint shows interval IDs.  Using
              the right ID, you can identify an interval to move. For example, show the IDs:

                $ timew summary :week :ids

              Then having selected '@2' as the interval you wish to move:

                $ timew move @2 9am

              See also 'summary', 'tag', 'untag', 'lengthen', 'shorten', 'resize'.

       timew [report] <report> [<interval>] [<tag> ...]
              Runs an extension report, and supports filtering data.  The 'report' command itself
              is optional, which means that these two commands are equivalent:

                $ timew report foo :week
                $ timew        foo :week

              This does however assume there is a 'foo' extension installed.

       timew resize @<id> [@<id> ...] <duration>
              The  'resize'  command  is used to change the duration of a closed interval.  Using
              the 'summary' command, and specifying the ':ids' hint shows  interval  IDs.   Using
              the right ID, you can identify an interval to resize. For example, show the IDs:

                $ timew summary :week :ids

              Then having selected '@3' as the interval you wish to resize:

                $ timew resize @3 15mins

              Note that you can resize multiple intervals,:

                $ timew resize @3 @1 @13 1hour

              See also 'summary', 'tag', 'untag', 'lengthen', 'shorten'.

       timew shorten @<id> [@<id> ...] <duration>
              The  'shorten' command is used to advance the end date of a closed interval.  Using
              the 'summary' command, and specifying the ':ids' hint shows  interval  IDs.   Using
              the right ID, you can identify an interval to shorten. For example, show the IDs:

                $ timew summary :week :ids

              Then having selected '@2' as the interval you wish to shorten:

                $ timew shorten @2 10mins

              Note that you can shorten multiple intervals,:

                $ timew shorten @2 @10 @23 1hour

              See also 'summary', 'tag', 'untag', 'lengthen', 'resize'.

       timew show
              Displays the effective configuration in hierarchical form.  See also 'config'.

       timew split @<id> [@<id> ...]
              Š…plits an interval into two equally sized adjacent intervals, having the same tags.
              Using the 'summary' command, and specifying the ':ids' hint shows interval
               IDs. Using the right ID, you can identify an interval to split. For example,  show
              the IDs:

                $ timew summary :week :ids

              Then having selected '@2' as the interval you wish to split:

                $ timew split @2

              See also 'join', 'lengthen', 'shorten'.

       timew start [<date>] [<tag> ...]
              Begins  tracking  using  the current time with any specified set of tags.  If a tag
              contains multiple words, therefore containing spaces, use quotes  to  surround  the
              whole  tag.  For  example,  this  command specifies two tags ('weekend' and 'Home &
              Garden'), the second of which requires quotes.

                $ timew start weekend 'Home & Garden'

              An optional date may be specified to indicate the intended  start  of  the  tracked
              time:

                $ timew start 8am weekend 'Home & Garden'

              If there is a previous open interval, it will be closed at the given start time.

              Quotes are harmless if used unnecessarily. See also 'continue', 'stop', 'track'.

       timew stop [<tag> ...]
              Stops tracking time. If tags are specified, then they are no longer tracked.  If no
              tags are specified, all tracking stops. For example:

                $ timew start tag1 tag2
                ...
                $ timew stop tag1

              Initially time is tracked for both 'tag1'  and  'tag2',  then  'tag1'  tracking  is
              stopped, leaving tag2 active. To stop all tracking:

                $ timew stop

              See also 'cancel', 'continue', 'start', 'track'.

       timew summary [<interval>] [<tag> ...]
              Displays  a  report  summarizing  tracked and untracked time for the current day by
              default. Accepts date ranges and tags for filtering, or shortcut hints:

                $ timew summary monday - today
                $ timew summary :week
                $ timew summary :month

              The ':ids' hint adds an 'ID' column to  the  summary  report  output  for  interval
              modification.

              See also 'day', 'week', 'month', 'shorten', 'lengthen', 'tag', 'untag'.

       timew tag @<id> [@<id> ...] <tag> [<tag> ...]
              The 'tag' command is used to add a tag to an interval. Using the 'summary' command,
              and specifying the ':ids' hint shows interval IDs. Using  the  right  ID,  you  can
              identify an interval to tag. For example, show the IDs:

                $ timew summary :week :ids

              Then having selected '@2' as the interval you wish to tag:

                $ timew tag @2 'New Tag'

              Note that you can tag multiple intervals, with multiple tags:

                $ timew tag @2 @10 @23 'Tag One' tag2 tag3

              See also 'summary', 'shorten', 'lengthen', 'untag'.

       timew tags [<interval>] [<tag> ...]
              Displays  all  the tags that have been used by default. When a filter is specified,
              shows only the tags that were used during that time.

       timew track <interval> [<tag> ...]
              The track command is used to add tracked time in the past. Perhaps  you  forgot  to
              record time, or are just filling in old entries. For example:

                $ timew track :yesterday 'Training Course'
                $ timew track 9am - 11am 'Staff Meeting'

              Note  that  the  track command expects a closed interval (start and end time), when
              recording. If a closed interval is not provided, the 'track'  command  behaves  the
              same as the 'start' command.

       timew untag @<id> [@<id> ...] <tag> [<tag> ...]
              The  'untag'  command is used to remove a tag from an interval. Using the 'summary'
              command, and specifying the ':ids' hint shows interval IDs. Using the right ID, you
              can identify an interval to untag. For example, show the IDs:

                $ timew summary :week :ids

              Then having selected '@2' as the interval you wish to untag:

                $ timew untag @2 'Old Tag'

              Note that you can untag multiple intervals, with multiple tags:

                $ timew untag @2 @10 @23 'Old Tag' tag2 tag3

              See also 'summary', 'shorten', 'lengthen', 'tag'.

       timew week [<interval>] [<tag> ...]
              The  week  command shows a chart depicting a single week (current week by default),
              with colored blocks drawn on a timeline.  The  chart  summarizes  the  tracked  and
              untracked time.

              Accepts date ranges and tags for filtering, or shortcut hints:

                $ timew week
                $ timew week monday - today

              The  'reports.week.range'  configuration  setting overrides the default date range.
              The default date range shown is ':week'.

              The ':blank' hint causes only the excluded time to be shown, with no tracked time.

              For more details, and precise times, use the 'summary' report.

              See also 'day', 'month', 'summary'.

INTERVAL

       An interval defines a block of time that is tracked. The syntax for specifying an interval
       is flexible, and may be one of:

         [from] <date>
         [from] <date> to/- <date>
         [from] <date> for <duration>
         <duration> before/after <date>
         <duration> ago
         [for] <duration>

       Examples are:

         from 9:00
         from 9am - 11am
         from 9:00:00 to 11:00
         from 9:00 for 2h
         2h after 9am
         2h before 11:00
         2h ago
         for 2h

       An  interval  is said to be 'closed' if there is both a start and end, and 'open' if there
       is no end date.

HINTS

       Timewarrior supports hints, which are single-word command line features that start with  a
       colon like this:

         :week

       Hints  serve  several purposes. This example is a shortcut for the date range that defines
       the current week. Other hints, such as:

         :quiet

       Are ways to control the behavior of Timewarrior, in this case  eliminating  all  forms  of
       feedback, for purposes of automation. The supported hints are:

         :quiet         Turns off all feedback. For automation
         :debug         Runs in debug mode, shows many runtime details
         :yes           Overrides confirmation by answering 'yes' to the questions

         :color         Force color on, even if not connected to a TTY
         :nocolor       Force color off, even if connected to a TTY
         :blank         Leaves tracked time out of a report
         :fill          Expand time to fill surrounding available gap
         :adjust        Automatically correct overlaps
         :ids           Displays interval ID numbers in the summary report

       Range hints provide convenient shortcuts to date ranges:

         :yesterday     The 24 hours of the previous day
         :day           The 24 hours of the current day
         :week          This week
         :month         This month
         :quarter       This quarter
         :year          This year
         :lastweek      Last week
         :lastmonth     Last month
         :lastquarter   Last quarter
         :lastyear      Last year
         :monday        Previous monday
         :tuesday       Previous tuesday
         :wednesday     Previous wednesday
         :thursday      Previous thursday
         :friday        Previous friday
         :saturday      Previous saturday
         :sunday        Previous sunday

DATES

       Timewarrior supports the following date formats based on ISO-8601:

         <extended-date> [T <extended-time>]   Extended date, optional extended time
         <date> [T <time>]                     Date, optional time
         <extended-time>                       Extended time
         <time>                                Time

         extended-date:
           YYYY-MM-DD                          Year, month, day
           YYYY-MM                             Year, month, 1st
           YYYY-DDD                            Year, Julian day 001-366
           YYYY-WwwD                           Year, week number, day number
           YYYY-Www                            Year, week number, day 1

         extended-time:
           hh:mm[:ss]Z                         Hours, minutes, optional seconds, UTC
           hh:mm[:ss][+/-hh:mm]                Hours, minutes, optional seconds, TZ

         date:
           YYYYMMDD                            Year, month, day
           YYYYWww                             Year, week number, day number
           YYYYDDD                             Year, Julian day 001-366

         time:
           hhmm[ss]Z                           Hour, minutes, optional seconds, UTC
           hhmm[ss][+/-hh[mm]]                 Hour, minutes, optional seconds, TZ

       Examples:
         2016-06-09T08:12:00Z
         2016-06T08:12:00+01:00
         2016-06T08:12Z
         2016-161
         2016-W244
         2016-W24
         20160609T081200Z
         2016W24
         8:12:00Z
         0812-0500

       In addition to the standard date formats, the following are supported:

         now                                   Current date and time
         today                                 Current date at 0:00:00
         yesterday                             Yesterday at 0:00:00
         tomorrow                              Tomorrow at 0:00:00 (midnight tonight)
         <day-of-week>                         Previous named day at 0:00:00
         <month-of-year>                       Previous 1st of the  month at 0:00:00
         hh:mm[:ss][am|a|pm|p]                 Short time format
         Nst, Nnd, Nrd, Nth                    Previous 1st, 2nd, 3rd ...
         <epoch>                               POSIX time
         later                                 2038-01-18T0:00:00 (Y2K38)
         someday                               2038-01-18T0:00:00 (Y2K38)
         sopd, eopd                            Start/end of previous day
         sod, eod                              Start/end of current day
         sond, eond                            Start/end of next day
         sopw, eopw                            Start/end of previous week
         sow, eow                              Start/end of current week
         sonw, eonw                            Start/end of next week
         sopww, eopww                          Start/end of previous work week (mon - fri)
         soww, eoww                            Start/end of current work week (mon - fri)
         sonww, eonww                          Start/end of next work week (mon - fri)
         sopm, eopm                            Start/end of previous month
         som, eom                              Start/end of current month
         sonm, eonm                            Start/end of next month
         sopq, eopq                            Start/end of previous quarter
         soq, eoq                              Start/end of current quarter
         sonq, eonq                            Start/end of next quarter
         sopy, eopy                            Start/end of previous year
         soy, eoy                              Start/end of current year
         sony, eony                            Start/end of next year
         easter                                Easter Sunday
         eastermonday                          Easter Monday
         ascension                             Ascension
         pentecost                             Pentecost
         goodfriday                            Good Friday
         midsommar                             midnight, 1st Saturday after 20th June
         midsommarafton                        midnight, 1st Friday after 19th June
         juhannus                              midnight, 1st Friday after 19th June

       Examples:
         8am
         24th
         monday
         august

       See also 'duration', 'hints'.

DURATIONS

       Timewarrior supports the following duration formats based on ISO-8601:

         'P' [nn 'Y'] [nn 'M'] [nn 'D'] ['T' [nn 'H'] [nn 'M'] [nn 'S']]
         PnnW

       Examples:
         P1Y           1 year
         P1.5M         1.5 months
         PT1S          1 second
         PT4.5H        4.5 hours
         PT4H30M       4.5 hours
         P600D         600 days
         P3W           3 weeks
         P1Y1DT1H1M1S  1 year and 25 hours, 61 seconds (imprecise term)

         Note that the year and month terms are imprecise, being defined as 365d and
         30d respectively. For precision use the other terms.

       In addition to the standard duration formats, the following are supported:

         n[.n]<unit>

       Where the <unit> is one of:

         annual
         biannual
         bimonthly
         biweekly
         biyearly
         daily
         days, day, d
         fortnight
         hours, hour, hrs, hr, h
         minutes, minute, mins, min
         monthly, months, month, mnths, mths, mth, mos, mo, m
         quarterly, quarters, quarter, qrtrs, qtr, q
         semiannual
         sennight
         seconds, second, secs, sec, s
         weekdays
         weekly, weeks, week, wks, wk, w
         yearly, years, year, yrs, yr, y

       Examples:
         1hour         60 minutes
         1.5h          90 minutes
         3mo           3 months
         10d           10 days

         Note that the year, quarter and month terms are imprecise, being defined as
         365d, 91d and 30d respectively. For precision use the other terms.

DOM

       Supported DOM references are:

         dom.tag.count             Count of all tags
         dom.tag.1                 Nth tag used

         dom.active                '1' if there is active tracking, otherwise '0'
         dom.active.tag.count      Count of active tags
         dom.active.tag.1          Active Nth tag
         dom.active.start          Active start timestamp (ISO Extended local date)
         dom.active.duration       Active elapsed (ISO Period)
         dom.active.json           Active interval as JSON

         dom.tracked.count         Count of tracked intervals
         dom.tracked.1.tag.count   Count of active tags
         dom.tracked.1.tag.1       Tracked Nth, Nth tag
         dom.tracked.1.start       Tracked Nth, start time
         dom.tracked.1.end         Tracked Nth, end time, blank if closed
         dom.tracked.1.duration    Tracked Nth, elapsed
         dom.tracked.1.json        Tracked Nth, interval as JSON

         dom.rc.<name>             Configuration setting

CONFIGURATION FILE AND OVERRIDE OPTIONS

       Timewarrior   stores   its   configuration  in  a  file  in  the  user's  home  directory:
       ~/.timewarrior/timewarrior.cfg.

       This file contains a mix of rules and configuration settings. Note  that  the  environment
       variable $TIMEWARRIORDB can be set to override this location.

       The  values  'true', '1', 'y', 'yes' and 'on' are all equivalent and enable a setting. Any
       other value means disable the setting.

       Default values may  be  overridden  by  timewarrior.cfg  values,  which  may  in  turn  be
       overridden on the command line using:

         rc.<name>=<value>

       For example, to turn off verbose mode:

         rc.verbose=0

       Note that hints can also do this (:quiet).

       confirmation = yes
              Determines  whether  harmful  operations  require interactive confirmation.  May be
              overridden by the ':yes' hint.  Default value is 'yes'.

       debug = off
              Determines  whether  diagnostic  debugging  information  is  shown.    Useful   for
              troubleshooting, but not for general use.  Default value is 'off'.

       debug.indicator = >>
              The debug output prefix string.  Default value is '>>'.

       reports.<type>.cell = 15
              Determines  how  many  minutes  are represented by a single character cell, for the
              charts.  A value of '15' means that an hour is represented by 60/15, or 4 character
              cells.   Suitable  values  are the divisors of 60 (30, 20, 15, 12, ...).  The value
              must be greater than '0'.  Default value is '15'.  Type is one of 'month',  'week',
              'day'.

       reports.<type>.day = yes
              Determines  whether  the current day of the month is shown at left margin.  Default
              value is 'yes'.  Type is one of 'month', 'week', 'day'.

       reports.<type>.holidays = yes
              Determines whether relevant holidays are shown beneath the report.   Default  value
              is 'yes'.  Type is one of 'month', 'week', 'day', 'summary'.

       reports.<type>.hours = all
              Determines  how  the  <type>  report  shows  all  the hours in a day ('all'), or is
              limited to only hours where data is tracked ('auto'). Default value is 'all'.  Type
              is one of 'month', 'week', 'day'.

       reports.<type>.lines = 1
              Determines  how  many  lines  are  used  to  render  each day on the <type> report.
              Default value is '1'.  Type is one of 'month', 'week', 'day'.

       reports.<type>.month = yes
              Determines whether the current month is shown at left  margin.   Default  value  is
              'yes'.  Type is one of 'month', 'week', 'day'.

       reports.<type>.range = <range hint>
              For  reports  that  show  a  range  of data, this setting will override the default
              value. The value should be a range hint, see 'hints' Type is one of 'gaps',  'day',
              'week', 'month'.

       reports.<type>.spacing = 1
              Specifies  how  many  spaces  are  inserted  between the hours in the <type> report
              exclusions. A value of '0' yields a more compact  report.  Default  value  is  '1'.
              Type is one of 'month', 'week', 'day'.

       reports.<type>.axis = internal
              The value 'internal' puts the hour markers inside the exclusion blocks.  Default is
              <no value>.

       reports.<type>.summary = on
              Determines whether the hours summary is shown. Default value is 'on'.  Type is  one
              of 'month', 'week', 'day'.

       reports.<type>.totals = on
              Determines  whether  the time totals are shown for each day on the report.  Default
              value is 'on'.  Type is one of 'month', 'week', 'day'.

       reports.<type>.week = yes
              Determines whether the current week number is shown at left margin.  Default  value
              is 'yes'.  Type is one of 'month', 'week', 'day'.

       reports.<type>.weekday = yes
              Determines  whether  the current weekday is shown at left margin.  Default value is
              'yes'.  Type is one of 'month', 'week', 'day'.

       verbose = yes
              Determines whether Timewarrior  generates  feedback.   May  be  overridden  by  the
              ':quiet' hint.  Default value is 'yes'.

MORE EXAMPLES

       For examples please see the online documentation starting at:

              <http://taskwarrior.org/docs/timewarrior/>

       Note  that  the  online  documentation can be more detailed and more current than this man
       page.

FILES

       ~/.timewarrior/timewarrior.cfg
              User configuration file.

       ~/.timewarrior/data/YYYY-MM.data
              Time tracking data files.

CREDITS & COPYRIGHTS

       Copyright (C) 2015 - 2018 P. Beckingham, F. Hernandez.

       Timewarrior      is      distributed      under      the      MIT       license.       See
       http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php for more information.

SEE ALSO

       For more information regarding Timewarrior, see the following:

       The official site at
              <http://taskwarrior.org>

       The official code repository at
              <https://git.tasktools.org/scm/tm/timew.git>

       You can contact the project by emailing
              <support@taskwarrior.org>

REPORTING BUGS

       Bugs in Timewarrior may be reported to the issue-tracker at
              <https://bug.tasktools.org/>