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Timetrap is a command line tool used for time tracking and management. It allows users to easily track and log their time spent on various tasks and projects. The tool is written in Ruby and supports Unix-like operating systems. Timetrap provides a simple, intuitive, and convenient interface to manage time entries. Users can start and stop timers, create and edit time entries, and view detailed reports of their time usage. The tool supports the creation of nested tasks and subtasks, allowing for hierarchical organization of projects. Timetrap offers features to tag time entries and filter them based on tags, making it easier to track specific activities. It provides a command line autocomplete feature that aids in quickly entering frequently used tasks. Users can export their time data in various formats, including CSV, JSON, and human-readable reports. Timetrap also has integration with external tools like Vim, making it easier to record time entries directly within text editors.

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