A simple command-line todolist manager which can be as powerful as you want it to be.
$ todo add "Fix the stuff" $ todo 1 | Fix the stuff $ todo add "Fix the other thing" $ todo 1 | Fix the stuff 2 | Fix the other thing $ todo done 1 $ todo 2 | Fix the other thing
pip3 install todocli
sudo would be needed for:
- a system-wide installation (that is, without the
- the installation of auto-completion for the
Running a development version
To run the program in development, clone the project (or download its zip) and go to the
source directory. You can run the source by executing:
You can create a directory named
.toduh in the
source directory which will carry development-specific data as long as you run
./todo.py from the
To run the tests, go the
source directory and execute:
By default, this only launches the unit tests. There are also functional tests. The fonctional tests uses the files in
tests/traces. These files contain a list of commands (lines introduced by
$), each above the standard output they should produce. The functional tests run each of the commands in a subprocess and compare their output to the expected output. The test is ran on a new datafile each time, which doesn't affect the regular datafile.
To run the functional tests, use the
-f option. The
-a option runs both unit and functional tests. The
-v option, when used with the functional test, prints the commands being executed.
Submit issues for bug reports or enhancement ideas.
MIT. See LICENSE.txt