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An implementation of todo.txt for Windows using the .NET framework
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README.md

todotxt.net

This is an implemention of todo.txt using the .NET framework. As far as I am aware, it is fully complient with Gina's spec.

There is installer for the latest version available from the github download page.

Contributors please note

Please send your pull requests to the 'dev' branch.

If you forget it's not a major deal: it's just a bit more work for me as I have to manually merge.

Goals

  • minimalist, keyboard-driven UI
  • gmail/twitter-like keyboard nav (single key, easily accessible)
  • re-usable library that other projects can use as a todo.txt API
  • API (but not UI) runs under Mono
  • full compliance with Gina's specs

Current features:

  • Sorting by completed status, priority, project, context, alphabetically due date or the order in the file
  • Sorting respects multiple projects and contexts
  • Remembers preferences for the todo.txt file, sort order, window size and postiion
  • Manual or automatic moving of completed tasks into an archive (done.txt) file
  • Free text filtering/search
  • Intellisense for projects and contexts
  • Minimise to tray icon - double-click the icon or Win-Alt-T to hide or show the app
  • Keyboard shortcuts
    • O: open todo.txt file
    • C: new todo.txt file
    • N: new task
    • J: next task
    • K: prev task
    • X: toggle task completion
    • D: delete task (with confirmation)
    • U: update task
    • F: filter tasks (free-text, one filter condition per line)
    • .: reload tasks from file
    • ?: show help
    • Alt+Up: increase priority
    • Alt+Down: decrease priority
    • Alt+Left/Right: clear priority
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