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#1069 in Command line utilities
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a minimalistic todo app trying to integrate with your existing workflow.
What is this?
tutel is built upon a simple principle: One Todo-List per directory.
Why? Because you (probably) already have some kind of directory based organization, so there really is no need for your todo app to redo it.
Run it and
tutel will either use the todo list(saved in a
.tutel.toml file) from
your current directory or search upwards until one is found.
- Walk up the current path to find todos of parent directories
- Add Todos
- Edit existing Todos
- Remove Todos
- Remove all completed todos
- Consistent Indices of Todos across removals
- Due dates
- Shell completions
cargo install tutel
My overlay contains an ebuild.
A Linux-binary is provided in the Release-Tab.
// Create a list within the current directory tutel new // Add a todo to the list tutel add really important thing // Everything after the subcommand is merged, no quotes necessary // Print the todo list tutel Output: [X] list with important things 001 │ [X]really important thing // Mark the task as being completed tutel done 0 // Edit the task, launches $EDITOR tutel edit 0 // Remove it tutel rm 0 // Or remove everything already completed tutel rm --cleanup
What are all those symbols in my todo list?
┌─ sums up if the whole list is completed or not │ ┌─ how many recursive steps were taken to reach this ▼ ▼ [X] [-1] project name 001 │ [X]description ▲ ▲ │ └─ the completion state of this task └─ the index of the task, used for referencing it in commands
Why the name?