The command interface is hopefully quite intuitive. The following is a sample session:
$ rdial start my_task $ rdial running Task my_task has been running for 0:12:38 $ rdial stop -m'Fixed bug #40' Task my_task running for 0:44:00
Help on individual subcommands is available via
rdial <subcommand> --help or
in the Usage document.
The current task name is written to the database directory in the
.current file. You can use its contents to populate notifiers in task
As the file is created when the user executes rdial start you can also use its modification time to quickly calculate a running time for the task.
See the Integrating with taskbars document for some guidance on using
rdial in various