A command line todo list written in D.
To use this package, run the following command in your project's root directory:
Put the following dependency into your project's dependences section:
Todod is a command line based todo list manager. It supports tagging todos and setting due dates. You can filter on certain tags etc. What makes this todo list manager unique is that it will always at most displays five (random) todos.
My experience with todo lists is always that they become too large and mentally intimidating. By limiting the visible todos to at most 5 we keep the lists clear and clean. This method was partly inspired by:
For command line Tab completion Todod depends on linenoise: https://github.com/antirez/linenoise.git After cloning the repository you need to create a static library as follows:
gcc -c -o linenoise.o linenoise.c ar rcs liblinenoise.a linenoise.o
and move the resulting static library to somewhere D can find it (e.g. /usr/lib/).
The config file containing your todos is stored in a git repository under (~/.config/todod/). This makes it easy to sync your todos over multiple machines by setting up a central repository. For this to work libgit2 needs to be installed, which is readily available on most linux distributions.
Installing todod itself
If you are upgrading from v0.1 make sure to backup todos.json file. This new version is incompatible with the old version and will overwrite it
You need dub and dmd installed. Then execute:
git clone http://github.com/BlackEdder/todod.git cd todod/ dub -c shell -b release
to create an executable: bin/todod. You can copy this to anywhere in your path.
Start the command line interface by running todod. This will open a shell that allows you to work with your todo list.
The todod manager allows you to keep track of large amounts of todos. Todos can be tagged and/or given due dates. A feature specific to this todo manager is that it will show at most 5 todos at a time. Todos that are due or are old have a higher probability of being shown. Limiting the view to the more important todos allows you to focus on high priority todos first.
add - Add a new todo with provided title. One can respectively add tags with +tag and a due date with DYYYY-MM-DD
del - Usage del todo_id. Deletes Todo specified by id.
done - Usage done todo_id. Marks Todo specified by id as done.
progress - Usage: progress TARGETS. Marks that you have made progress on the provided TARGETS. This will lower the weight of this todo and therefore lower the likelihood of it appearing in the randomly shown subset of todos. Targets can either be a list of numbers (2,3,4) or all for all shown Todos.
search - Usage search +tag1 -tag2. Activates only the todos that have the specified todos. Search is incremental, i.e. search +tag1 activates all todos with tag1, then search -tag2 will deactivate the Todos with tag2 from the list of Todos with tag1. Search without any further parameters resets the search (activates all Todos).
reroll - Reroll the Todos that are active. I.e. chooses up to five Todos from all the active Todos to show
tag - Usage: tag +tagtoadd -tagtoremove [TARGETS]. Adds or removes given tags for the provided targets. Targets can either be a list of numbers (2,3,4) or all for all shown Todos
due - Usage: due YYYY-MM-DD [TARGETS]. Sets the given due date for the provided targets. Targets can either be a list of numbers (2,3,4) or all for all shown Todos
show - Show a (random) subset of Todos. Subject to filters added throught the search command. Shows a list of tags present in the filtered list of Todos at the top of the output.
clear - Clear the screen.
help - Print this help message
quit - Quit todod and save the todos
Tags are the main way to organise your todo list. You can search for specific tags and combinations of tags.
Todod will at most show you five "random" todos from your todo list. Which todos are more likely to be shown depends on their due data, last progress date and any active searches (tags). This behaviour is inspired by different gamification theories I've had experience with and it helps keeping your todo list a bit more interesting than just a long imposing list of really boring things to do.
Todod has a limited form of integration with HabitRPG. After first startup todod will create a configuration file for you in
You will need to fill in your user and api key to allow todod to integrate with HabitRPG. Currently, you can sync your todos using
Once you mark a todo as done it will be marked as done on HabitRPG as well. After adding new todos you'll have to issue habitrpg todos again to sync this. This will likely be automated in later versions of todod.
- Registered by Edwin van Leeuwen
- 0.8.0 released 9 years ago
- Copyright © 2014, Edwin van Leeuwen
- stochastic, tested, libgit2, linenoise
2.0.0-alpha 2017-Mar-10 1.0.4 2015-May-05 1.0.3 2015-Apr-28 1.0.2 2015-Apr-28 1.0.1 2014-Nov-26
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