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README.md

otodo

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Powerful TUI for todo.txt.

Screenshot

Requirements

otodo is written in PHP (yes, in PHP!). So you need PHP interpreter. I'm using PHP 7.2, but it should work on 7.0+. mbstring is the only required dependency.

apt install php-mbstring

It should work on almost any Unix-like system, tested on Ubuntu.

Installation

There isn't any releases, I consider master branch at Github as stable.

Just make a copy of repository:

git clone https://github.com/onovy/otodo.git

Usage

Just type

./otodo

It uses default config file placed in same directory as otodo. If you want another config file just put filename as argument.

Config

Whole configuration is in config.ini, there isn't any GUI for editing it. Just open your favorite editor.

Development

Project is divided into few parts:

  • Config: class for configuration loading
  • Exception: all exception classes
  • Gui: TUI implementation
  • ReadLine: own Readline-like implemenation
  • Recurrent: class for recurrent tasks parsing and handling
  • Todo: class for parsing and generating one todo.txt line
  • Todos: class for parsing and generating whole todo.txt file
  • TodoEx: extended Todo class with due date and recurrent support
  • TodosEx: extended Todos class using TodoEx
  • tests: PHPUnit test

All pull requests are welcome.

FAQ

Why is it written in PHP?

Because I speak PHP and it doesn't matter.

Is it possible to translate it to my language?

Not now but patches for localization are welcome.

Can I change todo.txt file when otodo is running?

Yes, otodo detect changes on filesystem and it's usable on multiple computers synced with Dropbox, etc. Just tune gui.reload_timeout option for pooling timer.

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