Provided by: hxtools_20200126-1build1_amd64
wktimer — work timer
wktimer [-FHiqs] [-A name] [-D name] [-L [name]] [-S name] [-W name] [-t file]
wktimer provides a small timestamping utility with second-granularity. Useful to record your time as a Consultant.
-A name Create timer or restamp an existing timer's start time. -D name Delete given timer. -F Flush timer table (delete all timers). -H Do not show header when printing the table with -L. -L [name] List specific timer (or all timers if no name given). -S name Stop timer or restamp existing timer's stop time. -W name Switch to timer (deactive all timers and resume given timer). -i Show I-Start when printing the table with -L. -q Be quiet. -s Show Cumulative and Elapsed time in seconds. -t file Use timer file (rather than ~/.timers).
Restamping the start mark of a timer will add the elapsed time to the cumulative count. Restamping the stop mark of a timer will extend the elapsed time (and thus, cumulative time) to "now".