Some of the screenshots are taken from the actual TimeTrackPlugin 126.96.36.199
Others are still the same since nothing has changed there.
New ones will be marked as TimeTrackPlugin 188.8.131.52
Go to Window->Preferences->TimeTrackPlugin:
Here you will find the following
The directory to look for the xml-files and the xml-file name. Please make sure that you have read/write access to the directory and the given file. The Plugin will create this file if it doesn't exist.
Now you also can change the update interval.
This is the minimum time for the duration to take an effect while changeing Editors
It defaults to 2
This screenshot is of the brand new TimeTrackPlugin 184.108.40.206
The pictures below are from the new TimeTrackPlugin version 2.0.0
Here is a "little" screenshot of how it is supposed
to look like. Please note that the Plugin is tested with eclipse
3.1 on Windows and on Linux. On Linux it was tested on the
GTK version of Eclipse 3.1.
You have three input fields as dropdown lists. The Project and
the Task fields are updated automaticaly by changing the currently
edited file. It gets its information directly from the workbench.
The Duration field is updatet whenever you change any of the
fields within this view or change from this view to another view.
The old activity field is gone and you can add some comments.
I figured the activity is some redundant information.
Besides the automatical ending and starting a new Task you can
also use the "End current Task and Start New"- Button
The automatical ending of a task is either triggerd by changing
the selected file in the Package Explorer or (new since 1.1.0)
by switching the editor.
A duration smaller than 2 Minutes is considered as a "triple"-click
(accident) and isn't counted as a new task.
A double click on an entry in the table lets you edit this entry.
A klick on the "BRAKE" button ends the current task
and creates a new task with activity BREAK .
Using the right mouse button on the table opens an pop-up menu
where you either can edit, copy, paste or delete the current