Quantify your coding inside GitHub's Atom editor.
Installand search for
Settings, then enter your api key.
Use Atom like you normally do and your time will automatically be tracked for you.
Visit https://opzio.io to see your logged time.
Settings for atom-wakatime are under
Settings -> Packages -> opzio -> Settings.
Additional settings are in
$HOME/.opzio.cfg for wakatime cli.
Atom writes errors to the Atom Developer Console. To check for errors:
Settings -> Packages -> wakatime -> Settings
View -> Developer -> Toggle Developer Tools
View -> Developer -> Reload Window
That will reload all plugins including WakaTime, and you should see the startup process logged in the developer console.
If there are no errors in your developer console after startup and editing a file, then check for errors in your
Note: Behind a proxy? Configure Atom to use your proxy when installing opzio: https://github.com/atom/apm#behind-a-firewall
This plugin is the authorship of Alan Hamlett and various contributors for https://wakatime.com/. In any way are Opz.io and Wakatime related. Please refer to LICENCE and AUTHORS for details.
If you are only interested in a personal code tracker, Wakatime is better suited for your needs.
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.