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A major mode for showing pomodoro timers.
Eldoro works with tasks defined in an
org-mode buffer. When
you start Eldoro from within an
org-mode buffer it will gather
all of headings which are children of the heading that point is
currently on. You can then start and stop pomodoro and break
timers from within the Eldoro buffer.
First, create an
org-mode outline that looks something like
* Tasks I Want To Do ** Write angry letter to Congress ** Find a bug in OpenSSL ** Upload compromising photos to FB
Now, move point to the first-level heading and start Eldoro with
eldoro interactive function. Move point to a task you want
to work on and press RET.
To switch to a break, just press RET again. If someone interrupts you, press i.
By default, Eldoro writes some basic statistics into
properties. If you want to compare the number of pomodori from
day to day make sure you create new headings in the
buffer every day. Eldoro does not currently record timestamps
with its statistics. It would be nice if there was a better Org
API for logging Eldoro statistics into a drawer.
This mode runs the hook
eldoro-mode-hook, as the final step
TAB eldoro-jump-to-heading RET eldoro-next-action b bury-buffer g eldoro-update h eldoro-toggle-help i eldoro-interruption q eldoro-quit r eldoro-reset-statistics s eldoro-stop-clock