Oh wow... 2 months and 3 weeks since my last blog post...

So back in the last blog post I said I was going to do monthly (ups) blog posts about my ideas and the like for Otime. So shall we?

The one I wanna talk about today is, Otime as a library.
So currently Otime is just a time tracking application which saves it to a file format. Now that has shown it to be useful to track build times for a number of applications, mainly through the father application, ctime. Now you could go into what is the ...
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No software update for a while

Mikkel Hjortshøj  — 5 months, 3 weeks ago
There is going to be a little silence about things here for a while. I'm deep in my school specialization project which eats a fair bit of time plus I've come to some realizations about Otime.

The original codebase is a more or less direct port of ctime by Casey Muratori (with his permission). However this also means it's never really been my code and I don't understand it as well as I thought. With this in mind I've decided that for my own learning and sanity, I'm going to do a complete rewrite ...
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No news but plenty of bugs

Mikkel Hjortshøj  — 6 months, 3 weeks ago
No new version this month, I have however realized that there are a couple of bugs;
  • Days with timings isn't being computed correctly.
  • Days between first and last timing isn't being computed correctly.
  • The bar graphs aren't being drawn correctly at the moment.
These problems need to be fixed but all that together with trying to introduce new features have left me wondering if I should do a rewrite of the code. This is after all a translation of ctime and therefore not my own code really and I keep bumping into things I don't really ...
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New Release: v0.6

Mikkel Hjortshøj  — 8 months ago
Hey everybody!

I've released a new version of otime here: https://github.com/ThisDrunkDane/otime/releases/tag/v0.6 or you can download it on HMN project page.

This update is just an update to the latest compiler release as of this time, and to use the new and improved fmt.odin from the standard libary. No more crazy long decimal numbers.

I've tried to work on markers but my efforts just resulted in completely broken program. So I'll have to try another approach.
This version shouldn't break with your current .otms but I'll ...
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