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[TI-27] Continue tracking by ID #35

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taskwarrior opened this Issue Feb 11, 2018 · 6 comments

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taskwarrior commented Feb 11, 2018

Dennis Schubert on 2016-07-26T09:32:19Z says:

It would be useful if we could continue a tracking by using the ID, since people often switch between tasks:

{code}
timew continue @2
{code}

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taskwarrior commented Feb 11, 2018

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Created: 2016-07-26T09:32:19Z
Modified: 2017-04-06T20:51:11Z
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taskwarrior commented Feb 11, 2018

Paul Beckingham on 2016-07-26T12:56:57Z says:

This is planned for 1.1, where (at)ids will be allowed interchangeably with date ranges or tag lists.

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taskwarrior commented Feb 11, 2018

Thomas Lauf on 2017-02-02T20:32:25Z says:

Is this feature already in development? As I am really craving for it I take the plunge and supply some tests.

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taskwarrior commented Feb 11, 2018

Paul Beckingham on 2017-02-05T22:23:00Z says:

Thank you Thomas. Tests gratefully accepted, merged and pushed.

The current focus is getting Taskwarrior 2.6.0 and Taskserver 1.2.0 out, so ti will be a little while longer before this is implemented. It's already tagged for 1.1.0, and will be in the next version.

Meanwhile it's a matter of contributors, patches and time. Your tests definitely help.

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taskwarrior commented Feb 11, 2018

Paul Beckingham on 2017-02-25T19:21:14Z says:

The implict @1 will solve several issues.

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