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by jotaen ST3

klog time tracking support for Sublime Text

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klog for Sublime Text

This package provides support for working with klog time tracking files in the Sublime Text editor.

A klog file with sample data

Features

  • Syntax highlighting
  • Smart completion for inserting the current date or time. For example:
    • Typing today completes to the current date
    • Typing now completes to the current time
  • A few sensible default settings for the .klg file format

Configuration

Colour overrides

The pre-defined syntax highlighting should look meaningful in most available colour schemes.

For klog-specific customisations, you can specify the following colour overrides:

  • markup.other.date.klog For the date, e.g. 2022-03-15
  • markup.other.should_total.klog For the should total, e.g. (8h!)
  • markup.other.summary.klog For summary text
  • markup.other.summary.tag.klog For tags inside summaries, e.g. #work
  • markup.other.duration_positive.klog For positive durations, e.g. 5h25m
  • markup.other.duration_negative.klog For negative durations, e.g. -15m
  • markup.other.range.klog For ranges, e.g. 8:00 - 9:20
  • markup.other.open_range.klog For open ranges, e.g. 14:30 - ?

You can achieve this by adding entries (see Sublime docs) to the rules list of your scheme’s customisation file:

"rules": [
    {"scope": "markup.other.range.klog", "foreground": "#76c7ff"},
]