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Dnote CLI

A command line interface for spontaneously capturing the things you learn while coding.

Dnote

Install

On macOS, you can install using Homebrew:

brew tap dnote/dnote
brew install dnote

# to upgrade to the latest version
brew upgrade dnote

On Linux or macOS, you can use the installation script:

curl -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/dnote/cli/master/install.sh | sh

In some cases, you might need an elevated permission:

curl -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/dnote/cli/master/install.sh | sudo sh

Otherwise, you can download the binary for your platform manually from the releases page.

Overview

Write technical notes without getting distracted from programming. The reasons are:

  • We forget exponentially unless we write down what we learn and come back.
  • Ideas cannot be grokked unless we can put them down in clear words.

Commands

Please refer to commands.

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