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#288 in Command line utilities
keep your barrier to starting development sessions under control by tracking the next action to take on a maximum of 3 active projects
For best results:
check nextup when starting activity on a project to lower your barrier to entry and avoid losing context when switching between development sessions.
update a nextup when switching away from a project by recording one achievable action to complete when you next pick the project up or by simply capturing the state you are leaving things in.
Note there is a fixed maximum of 3 projects to focus efforts.
These are some commands you might want to try working into your routine:
nextup: lists all current projects and their nextups
> nextup a: complete nextup cli tool nextup: update the usage section in README b: my_cool_game development nextup: fix the chicken ai - broken pathplanning on level 4 c: FKT the Everest Summit nextup: get new legs
nextup set <a, b, c> <title>: sets a project's title or short description and resets any previous nextup
> nextup set a 'build a lunar lander' set a: build a lunar lander nextup: ____
nextup <a, b, c> <nextup>: sets a project's nextup
> nextup a 'source an altimeter' set a: build a lunar lander nextup: source an altimeter
nextup <a, b, c>: reports the nextup for a project
> nextup a a: build a lunar lander nextup: source an altimeter
nextup reset: resets all projects and nextups
> nextup reset a: ____ nextup: ____ b: ____ nextup: ____ c: ____ nextup: ____
TODO - Usage analysis across project lifespan
From Binary Release
You can find the binary files in the releases for this repository.
On Ubuntu: Install with
sudo install ./Downloads/nextup /usr/bin
cargo install nextup
cargo run this repository, adding any arguments with
--. To enable the logger, set
env RUST_LOG=debug cargo run --bin nextup -- a 'what's nextup for project a'
Where is my data going?
Project data is stored in the standard user-invisible configuration file location for your operating
system. For more information and path lookups see the [
Log data powering the analysis features is stored in a local SQLLite database file as described in the docs for the turbosql crate.
This project is licensed under either of
- Apache License, Version 2.0, (LICENSE-APACHE or http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0)
- MIT license (LICENSE-MIT or http://opensource.org/licenses/MIT)
at your option.