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cli-kneeboard is a tool that reads Markdown checklists and lets you programmatically run through them.
It is capable of saving the progress of a checklist as TOML allowing you to have reusable to-do lists.
When the app exits it will close with an ExitCode equal to the number of unresolved checklist items. This means you can use it as a git hook example here.
- Go to releases and download the latest binary for your architecture.
- Extract the file and copy the binary to your
From source on crates.io
cargo install cli-kneeboard
From source on Github.com
- Clone or download the repo
cargo run -- [OPTIONS]to run the app in debug mode
- Or compile it with
cargo build --releaseand get the binary from
$ kneeboard --help cli-kneeboard 0.1.0 Alexis Lowe <firstname.lastname@example.org> Checklist Tool USAGE: kneeboard [OPTIONS] --checklist-path <CHECKLIST_PATH> OPTIONS: -c, --checklist-path <CHECKLIST_PATH> Path to the checklist -h, --help Print help information -s, --save Save progress of the checklist -v, --verbose Turn debugging information on -V, --version Print version information
-cis required and is the path to the Markdown checklist you want to load
cli-kneeboardto save the progress of the checklist in the same folder as the checklist named
-vlets you set verbosity the more
v's provided the higher the verbosity
cli-kneeboard will read in a checklist following the specification described in SPEC.md