Thanks a lot Peter and eryk for these very clear explanations. I was able
to install successfully using pip and run the program.
> On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 4:52 PM, Peter Otten <__peter__ at web.de> wrote:
> > python -m pip install timesheet
> > on the commandline should take care of the details. On my (Linux)
> > this also installed a script that I can invoke on the command line with
> > $ timesheet start foo bar
> > Started task:
> > Subject foo
> > Title bar
> > Start 2016-10-14 18:49
> > End
> > Duration 00:00
> > $
> > If that does not work on Windows there's probably a Windows user who
> > what to try instead.
> I haven't used this package before, but I can attest that the wheel
> and its dependencies do install without error on Windows, and it
> appears to be working.
> It says it supports Python 3, but I discovered it has a raw_input call
> in the implementation of its start command. So I suggest using Python
> 2 instead.
> The installation creates a timesheet.exe script wrapper in Python's
> "Scripts" folder. Unless you're using a virtual environment, you'll
> have to add this directory to the PATH environment variable to run
> timesheet from the command line.
> Running timesheet warns about a missing configuration file,
> "%LOCALAPPDATA%\timesheetrc" (expanded for your %LOCALAPPDATA%
> directory). I created this as an empty file to avoid the warning.
> If you need to back up or delete the timesheet database, it's located
> at "%LOCALAPPDATA%\timesheet\timesheet.sqlite".
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