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TaskPaper Clock In|Out.scpt
property clockString : "CLOCK: "
-- return a timestamp string from a date object
on dateToTimestamp(theDate)
set {weekday:w, day:d, year:y, time:t} to theDate
set theTime to time string of theDate
-- Calculate the month number.
copy theDate to b
set b's month to January
set m to (b - 2500000 - theDate) div -2500000
-- Timestamp in "yyyy-mm-dd DDD www hh:mm" format.
tell theTime
set shortTime to text 1 thru 5
end tell
tell w as string
set shortDay to text 1 thru 3
end tell
tell (y * 10000 + m * 100 + d) as string
set dateString to text 1 thru 4 & "-" & text 5 thru 6 & "-" & text 7 thru 8 & " " & shortDay & " " & shortTime
end tell
return dateString
end dateToTimestamp
-- return a date object from a timestamp string
on timestampToDate(theTimestamp)
set theDate to date ("1/1/1000" as string)
tell theTimestamp
set theDate's year to text 1 thru 4
set theDate's month to text 6 thru 7
set theDate's day to text 9 thru 10
set theDate's time to (text 16 thru 17) * hours + (text 19 thru 20) * minutes
end tell
return theDate
end timestampToDate
-- calculate the difference between the two timestamps in a clock string
-- "CLOCK: [begin-timestamp]--[end-timestamp]"
on getElapsedTime(clockString)
set elapsedString to ""
tell clockString
set beginDate to my timestampToDate(text 9 thru 28)
set endDate to my timestampToDate(text 33 thru 52)
end tell
set deltaDate to endDate - beginDate
set deltaHours to deltaDate div hours
set deltaMinutes to (deltaDate mod hours) div minutes
if deltaHours < 10 then
set elapsedString to elapsedString & " "
end if
set elapsedString to elapsedString & deltaHours & ":"
if deltaMinutes < 10 then
set elapsedString to elapsedString & "0"
end if
set elapsedString to elapsedString & deltaMinutes
return elapsedString
end getElapsedTime
set theDate to dateToTimestamp(current date)
tell front document of application "TaskPaper"
set thisTask to get selected entry
set clock to clockString & "[" & theDate & "]"
set clocks to search with query (clockString & " and type = note")
set clockout to false
set runningClocks to {}
-- make sure we have a task selected
if entry type of thisTask is note type then
set thisTask to container of selected entry
else if entry type of thisTask is project type then
set projectTasks to entire contents of selected entry
set thisTask to item 1 of projectTasks
end if
-- look for a running clock (clocked in but not clocked out) and clock out if we find one
repeat with each in clocks
set theContent to text content of each
if entry type of each is note type and theContent begins with (clockString & "[") and theContent does not contain "]--[" then
if clockout is false then
set clockout to true
tell each
set theContent to text content & "--[" & theDate & "] => "
set text content to theContent & my getElapsedTime(theContent)
end tell
end if
end if
end repeat
-- if we didn't find anything to clock out of, then clock in to the current task
if clockout is false then
tell thisTask
make new note with properties {text content:clock}
end tell
end if
end tell
(*
Copyright (c) 2010 Gary V. Vaughan <gary@vaughan.pe>
This script is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
the Free Software Foundation, either version 2 of the License, or
(at your option) any later version.
This script is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
GNU General Public License for more details.
*)
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@damianesteban damianesteban commented Sep 26, 2014

This is a great concept, but I get an error when I'm trying to run the script for the second time, "clocking out"

error "Can’t make \"2:\" into type number." number -1700 from "2:" to number

I'm running 10.10.

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