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----- stodo - a simple TODO CLI application ----- Copyright (C) 2013-14 Michał Walczak <firstname.lastname@example.org> License GPLv3+: GNU GPL version 3 or later <http://gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html>. ----- A small organizational application. Creates a file (~/.stodo by default) and allows you to append, remove, display and count items. Fully CLI, interface consists of few simple options. Easy to embedd in a login MoTD, etc. Basic program is implemented, currently using SQLite database. Tagging and other improvements are planned. --- Dependencies: * Requires python: Written with python3 in mind, and somewhat tested in python2. Consider python2 not-supported, but feel free to point out any bugs. Hashbang in the script points to /bin/env python by default. * Requires sqlite. --- Installation: Put anywhere, set permission to execution and run './stodo' OR Put anywhere and run with 'python stodo' (or 'python3 stodo') OR Find on AUR (Arch Linux) and install manually or with your favourite AUR pacman wrapper. AUR page - <http://aur.archlinux.org/packages/stodo/> ----- Usage info available via 'stodo -h' or 'stodo --help', copy below. Usage: stodo OPTION [ARGUMENT] Only the first option on the command line will execute each run. Mandatory arguments to long versions are mandatory for short versions too. -h, --help print usage summary (this) -l, --list list all of the saved items, enumerated -l, --list (-n,0,n) list n or all (0) of the saved items from top or bottom -c, --count print a simple count of all saved items -a, --add "item" add text between quotes as a new item -r, --remove (1..n) remove the specified item -v, --version show version and license information ----- Bug reports and developement suggestions: Create a github issue, or e-mail me at <email@example.com> Any AUR package issues - please comment on the AUR page below. <https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/stodo/>