Easy-peasy todo list manager for VIM!
Basically vim-todo works with .todo files and gives them syntax highlighting and some special commands. There are two modes: normal and edit.
Normal mode is default. j and k let you navigate among tasks. v marks a task as finished and x un-finishes it.
When you press e, you enter edit mode, and you can navigate the file with vim modes normally, so you can add new tasks and change things.
You can find an example.todo file to see how a vim-todo file looks like :)
Filetype detect does not work. Workaround: create a todo.vim file in your ~/.vim/ftdetect folder with the following line:
au BufRead,BufNewFile *.todo,TODO setfiletype todo