A simple-minded todo list system
What does it do?
It's a todo list.
You can add items:
$ hodor add Buy cereal 01 2014-09-01 Buy cereal HODOR: 1 added.
$ hodor ls 01 2014-09-01 Buy cereal -- HODOR: 1 of 1 items shown
Mark them as done:
$ hodor do 1 01 x 2014-09-01 2014-09-01 Buy cereal HODOR: 1 marked as done.
hodor --help to get the full range of commands.
Why use this?
Probably you don't want to. Hodor was written as a clone of todotxt, which is used much more widely and is much better maintained.
Why does this exist?
So I could try to write a command-line utility in Haskell. It's been fun.
Released under the Apache 2.0 license, copyright Jonathan M. Lange.