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Language update (correcting "output put," to "output,".  Also, including another link to INSTALL.md at the end.
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It takes as its argument a filename with the current date log (`date +%F` format, such as `./do_process.sh 2020-03-12.log`), or it assumes the current date log file. Also, arbitrary filenames can be passed, so `example.log` becomes `./do_process.sh example.log`.
Projects in Clarizen are listed alphabetically, so to transfer data from the `./do_process.sh` output you simply copy the data lines from the ouput put, and paste it into the notes section of the Clarizen entry. Enter the duration of the task at the top of the Clarizen entry, and select the category and subcategory of the entry.
Projects in Clarizen are listed alphabetically, so to transfer data from the `./do_process.sh` output you simply copy the data lines from the ouput, and paste it into the notes section of the Clarizen entry. Enter the duration of the task at the top of the Clarizen entry, and select the category and subcategory of the entry.
## `chug.sh`
This script is designed to be run on Mondays, after the previous week of log files have been generated and closed out. The standard Monday usage takes no arguments, it expects all log files to be processed to be in the current directory. It runs `do_process.sh` once for each day of the previous week, cleanly skipping any log files which do not exist. It pauses after each day report is output, allowing the user to transfer the times manually to Clarizen.
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2020-03-11 19:30:36: Begin
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I also have Keyboard Maestro text string triggers for common categories, to minimize typing. For instance, the text string triggers `[css` becomes `[CS Support] `, `[non` becomes `[Productive Non-billable] `, `[mm` or `[MM` becomes `[Mass Mutual] `, `[vzw` becomes `[Verizon Wireless] `, `[pin` becomes `[Company] ` (to match the Pindrop related items in Clarizen), etc. These are included in `timetracker.kmmacros` for your convenience.
See [INSTALL.md](https://github.atl.pdrop.net/tblancher/timetracker/blob/master/INSTALL.md) in this repository for a detailed explanation of how to use the `timetracker.kmmacros` and set up the vim macros.

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