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Estomato

by rakibulhaq ALL

A sublime package to quickly calculate man days and man hour needed for a feature development straight from the selection from text editor

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estomato

A sublime package to quickly calculate man days and man hour needed for a feature development straight from the selection from text editor The package will aggregate text which has numeric values representing hour values or day values required to finish a feature i.e.:

init 2h
api integration 3h
response preparation 2h
documentation 2h
internal sync 3h

After running command Estomato: Run from command pallet selecting the above text will produce the following:

Mandays required: 1.85 Days

Manhour required: 12.00 Hour

at the bottom of the selected text


## Installation

 - Run `Package Control: Install Package` in command pallet
 - Select `Estomato`

## Usage

Run Pallet command using Shortcuts:

 - *Ctrl + Shift + p (Windows/Linux)*
 - *Cmd + Shift + p (MacOS)*

Type in:

 - *Estomato: Run*

 It will extract hour and days values from selected text and summarise at the bottom of the selection