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last.py
import commands
import datetime
import time
import sys
user = commands.getoutput('echo $USER')
last = commands.getoutput('last -F $USER | grep ":0 .* :0" | sed "s/\s\s*/ /g" | grep -v "(00:00)"').split('\n')
last = [x.replace('%s :0 :0 ' % user, '') for x in last]
last_dict = {}
for el in last:
month = el.split()[1]
year = el.split()[4]
el_el = el.replace('%s ' % month, '')
el_el = el_el.replace('%s ' % year, '')
el_el = el_el.replace('- %s %s ' % (el_el.split()[0], el_el.split()[1]), '')
key = '%s-%s' % (year, month)
if not last_dict.has_key(key):
last_dict[key] = [el_el]
else:
last_dict[key] = last_dict[key] + [el_el]
def get_month_time(month_list):
total_h = 0
total_m = 0
for el in month_list:
el = fix_row(el)
t = el.split()[-1].replace('(','').replace(')','')
try:
h, m = t.split(':')
if h.isalnum() and m.isalnum():
if int(h) > 0:
total_h = total_h + int(h)
total_m = total_m + int(m)
elif m.isalnum():
days, hours = h.split('+')
total_m = total_m + int(m)
total_h = total_h + int(hours)
total_h = total_h + int(days) * 24
except:
pass
total_h = total_h + total_m / 60
total_m = total_m % 60
return [total_h, total_m]
def print_month(month,di):
print month
for o in di[month]:
print fix_row(o)
def time_date_diff(FMT, date_a, date_b):
tdelta = datetime.datetime.strptime(date_a, FMT) - datetime.datetime.strptime(date_b, FMT)
return time.strftime('(%H:%M)', time.gmtime(float(tdelta.seconds)))
def fix_row(el):
FMT = '%H:%M:%S'
day = datetime.datetime.today().strftime(FMT)
el = el.split()
if len(el[1]) == 1:
el[1] = '0%s' % el[1]
if el[3] == 'still':
el[3] = day
el[4] = time_date_diff(FMT, day, el[2])
return '%s' % ' '.join(el[:5])
def run():
if len(sys.argv) == 2 and sys.argv[1].isdigit():
show_count = int(sys.argv[1])
else:
show_count = 2
for m in reversed(range(0, show_count)):
mm = (datetime.date.today() - datetime.timedelta(m*365/12)).strftime('%Y-%b')
hh, minmin = get_month_time(last_dict[mm])
print "************** %s :: Hours: %s Minutes: %s **************" % (mm, hh, minmin)
print_month(mm, last_dict)
run()
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