Logbook is a personal time tracking tool written in ANSI C.
Logbook reads data stored in a text file called
logs.md using the Indental format.
DATE STRT END PROJECT DESCRIPTION 210319 1600 1700 Logbook #Documentation Readme
The #tag in the Description is a historical artefact from the original JS version of Logbook that currently isn't being utilised and probably won't be in the near future.
The logs reside in the same folder as the binary, there is no configuration file.
If you want to change the location of the logfile, you'll need to change the
LOGPATH constant in main.c on
line 7 and compile the code.
clang-format as well as a C compiler such as
gcc (which comes pre-installed on many Linux distributions such as Ubuntu).
./build.sh to compile logbook.