Make sure you have Timewarrior installed. Check that it can be found using this command:
$ timew --version 1.0.0
The version is displayed, all is well.
There is no setup with Timewarrior, you simply start using it, and the data directory is automatically created for you. By default this structure is created in your home directory:
~/.timewarrior ├── data │ ├── 2016-08.data │ └── undo.data ├── extensions └── timewarrior.cfg
You can see that the data is stored in monthly data files
2016-08.data), which tend to remain quite small.
Each monthly file is self-contained, and data does not span
multiple files. This means you can archive or delete old data
simply by moving/removing older data files. There should
never be a situation where you need to manually edit these
undo.data file stores transactions for the
undo command. Although shown here, it will only
exist once you start making changes to the data files.
This file grows indefinitely, and deleting it periodically
only affects your ability to
The extensions directory is where you place either extension scripts, or symlinks to extension scripts. Initially there are none.
timewarrior.cfg file is where all the
configuration settings are stored. You'll access this indirectly
config command, or directly with a text
editor. However, you don't need to make any changes now.