|0.1.2||Feb 27, 2022|
|0.1.1||Apr 7, 2021|
|0.1.0||Apr 7, 2021|
#1942 in Command line utilities
A minimalist, encrypted journaling tool. "Jarida" is Swahili for "journal."
Data is encrypted using ring's AES 256 GCM implementation with a key derived from a username and password pair.
jarida is written in Rust so you'll need the Rust compiler. You can get it here.
cargo install jaridato install
jaridaon your system
jarida initto setup some configuration data in your home directory.
- Open the newly created
$HOME/.jarida/config.tomlfile and update it as necessary. At the minimum you will need to specify the text editor you would like to use.
jarida new- create a new journal entry
jarida list- print a list of existing journal entries
jarida show- view one or more journal entries
jarida --help or
jarida <subcommand> --help for more details.
jarida looks for a
.jarida folder containing configuration information first in parent folders and then in the user's home directory.
This allows multiple journals to be set up and used independently on the same system, similar to how you can use multiple repositories independently with