The "project-tracker" extension allows you to track the time spent on different files within your project. It helps you monitor your productivity and gain insights into where your time is being allocated and Time you spent on entire project.
Tracks the time spent on each file within your project.
Accumulates the time spent on multiple visits to the same file.
Excludes specific file types from tracking (e.g., configuration files).
Provides information on the time spent on the previous file when switching to a new file.
Supports different file types and displays the time in an understandable format.
To use the "project-tracker" extension, you need to have Visual Studio Code installed on your system.
The "project-tracker" extension contributes the following settings:
project-tracker.excludeFiles: An array of file extensions to exclude from tracking. By default, it excludes .json, .env, and .config files.
Open your project in Visual Studio Code.
Activate the extension by clicking on the "Start Tracking" button in the toolbar or by executing the "Start Tracking" command.
As you switch between files, the extension will automatically track the time spent on each file.
The accumulated time spent on each file will be displayed in the status bar.
To view the time spent on the previous file, a notification will be shown when you switch to a new file.
None at the moment. Please report any issues you encounter.
Initial release of the "project-tracker" extension.
Added the ability to exclude specific file types from tracking.
Improved time formatting for better readability.
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