I store my journal in a single folder like this:
📁 journal 📝 2014-04-18.txt 📝 2014-04-19.txt 📝 2014-04-20.txt 📝 2014-04-21.txt 📝 ...
If you do too,
journ is for you.
- Put the
journexecutable somewhere in your $PATH.
- Set the
$JOURN_PATHenvironment variable (probably in your bashrc). This should be the path of a folder where all of your journal files will live.
# Edit today's file journ # Edit yesterday's file journ -y # Edit today's file in another editor EDITOR=atom journ # Print the path to today's file journ -f # Print $JOURN_PATH journ -p # Print the number of entries journ -c