About Time Shall Tell

TST allows users to easily track the time spent on projects and generate simple reports. It features centralized data storage in a database server and includes a simple tool for user administration.

Do you want to see TST in action? Take a look at the User's Manual for some screenshots.

If you find any bugs or have any questions, please contact the maintainer. You'll find his email address in the README file of the TST source code.

New Maintainer Wanted

We are looking for a new maintainer. Contact the current maintainer (see the README file) if you are interested.

News

TST 1.0.6 Released

Saturday, 29 December 2007

This release fixes an important bug in the time counting code: previous releases are reported to keep time inacurately. It also fixes a minor bug in some SQL queries that only shows up when using newer versions of the MySQL server.

TST 1.0.5 Released

Thursday, 23 March 2006

This release fixes a bug in the report generation code introduced by a change in recent versions of the MySQLdb Python module.

TST 1.0.4 Released

Wednesday, 20 July 2005

This release fixes the horrible bug found yesterday, and some code cleanup has been made. Along with the source code, you can now download the Debian GNU/Linux package for Python 2.3, the Debian GNU/Linux package for Python 2.4, the Microsoft Windows installer for Python 2.3 and the Microsoft Windows installer for Python 2.4.

Bug in TST 1.0.3

Tuesday, 19 July 2005

TST 1.0.3 has a huge bug that affects new users, since tst10 and tst10-admin crash when their configuration files do not exist. Until a new release is made, the workaround is to run:

touch ~/.tst10rc ~/.tst10-adminrc

TST 1.0.3 Released

Saturday, 16 July 2005

This release features some code cleanup and an important enhancement for the interface. Window state information is now automatically saved and loaded. The source code, the Debian GNU/Linux package and the Microsoft Windows installer are now available.

TST 1.0.2 Released

Sunday, 10 July 2005

This release fixes a usability bug that appeared when using the Metacity window manager. The bug made the task list window not get the focus when the new work session window was closed. As usual, you can download the source code, the Debian GNU/Linux package and the Microsoft Windows installer.

TST 1.0.1 Released

Saturday, 4 June 2005

TST 1.0.1 is a bugfix release that sloves a resource location problem when installed in a prefix other than Python's. The source code, the Debian GNU/Linux package and the Microsoft Windows installer are now available.

TST 1.0.0 Released

Sunday, 1 May 2005

TST 1.0.0 is now available. You can download the source code, the Debian GNU/Linux package or the Microsoft Windows installer. All these packages include the User's Manual, which is also available in Catalan.