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pomodoro-calculator 1.0.0

A pretty command line tool to calculate the number of Pomodori available between two points in time.

A pretty command line tool to calculate the number of Pomodori available between two points in time.

Installation

You can install pomodoro-calculator using pip:

$ pip install pomodoro-calculator

Usage

Use the get-pomodori command from the shell to run the Pomodoro Calculator:

$ get-pomodori --help

Calculate the number of Pomodori available within a time period.

Usage:
  get-pomodori [options] <end-time>
  get-pomodori (-h | --help | --version)

Options:
  --version                   show program's version number and exit.
  -h, --help                  show this help message and exit.
  -i, --interval              specify that the end time is a time interval, not a time of day.
  -f, --from=<time>           calculate available Pomodori from this time [default: now].
  -b, --break=<minutes>       the amount of minutes between each Pomodori [default: 5].
  -l, --long-break=<minutes>  the amount of minutes between every four Pomodori [default: 15].
  -p, --pomodoro=<minutes>    the amount of minutes for every pomodoro session [default: 25].
  -g, --group=<pomodori>      the amount of pomodori before a long break [default: 4].
  -j, --json                  output the pomodori schedule in JSON format.
  -n, --nocolour              do not colourise the output.

Licence

Copyright © 2016 Matt Deacalion Stevens, released under The MIT License.

 
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