minimal task management for hackers.
$ sudo gem install koi -s http://gemcutter.org
Note: this project is still under heavy development!
Start by creating a new project folder
$ mkdir project/ $ cd project/
koi uses folders as projects, in the same way as git. We start by initializing our project, and adding two tasks.
$ koi init $ koi add "refactor spaghetti code" $ koi add "find a better name"
Let's see what we've got now with
$ koi list  refactor spaghetti code  find a better name
Tasks can be refered to by index
2 or by name. You don't have to type in the full name though:
$ koi tag spaghetti #R $ koi done 1
I just went ahead and tagged my first task with
#R, and completed my 2nd one. Here's the new list:
$ koi list  refactor spaghetti code #R # recently completed - find a better name
You can also specify tags when adding new tasks:
$ koi add "make pasta" #food #yum #kitchen
And remove tasks:
$ koi remove pasta
koi creates an .koi folder in the directory you initialize your project in. Inside that folder is a database.yml with all your tasks for that project.