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Todoist CLI client

Todoist CLI Client, written in Golang.

Description

Todoist is a cool TODO list web application. This program will let you use the Todoist in CLI.

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Demo (with peco)

Add Task

Add task

Close Task

Close task

Usage

$ todoist --help
NAME:
   todoist - Todoist CLI Client

USAGE:
   todoist [global options] command [command options] [arguments...]

VERSION:
   0.15.0

COMMANDS:
     list, l                  Show all tasks
     show                     Show task detail
     completed-list, c-l, cl  Show all completed tasks (only premium users)
     add, a                   Add task
     modify, m                Modify task
     close, c                 Close task
     delete, d                Delete task
     labels                   Show all labels
     projects                 Show all projects
     karma                    Show karma
     sync, s                  Sync cache
     quick, q                 Quick add a task
     help, h                  Show a list of commands or help for one command

GLOBAL OPTIONS:
   --color              colorize output
   --csv                output in CSV format
   --debug              output logs
   --namespace          display parent task like namespace
   --indent             display children task with indent
   --project-namespace  display parent project like namespace
   --help, -h           show help
   --version, -v        print the version

list --filter

You can filter tasks by --filter option on list subcommand. The filter syntax is base on todoist official filter syntax.

Supported filter is here.

e.g. List tasks which over due date and have high priority

todoist list --filter '(overdue | today) & p1'

Config

Config by default stored in $HOME/.config/todoist/config.json

It has following parameters:

{
  "token": "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx", # todoist api token, required
  "color": "true"                                      # colorize all output, not required, default false
}

Install

Homebrew (Mac OS)

$ brew tap sachaos/todoist
$ brew install todoist

AUR

Nix/NixOS

nix-env -iA nixos.todoist

It's important to notice that if you're using NixOS, the cache and config file will be present at your home directory: ~/.todoist.cache.json and ~/.todoist.config.json.

Docker

$ git clone https://github.com/sachaos/todoist.git
$ cd todoist
$ make docker-build token=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
$ make docker-run

You will be running the next commands from inside the container.

PS: We add a step that is run sync before any command, so you will be always up to date!

Build it yourself

You need go 1.12.

$ mkdir -p $GOPATH/src/github.com/sachaos
$ cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/sachaos
$ git clone https://github.com/sachaos/todoist.git
$ cd todoist
$ make install

Register API token

When you run todoist first time, you will be asked your Todoist API token. Please input Todoist API token and register it. In order to get your API token go to https://todoist.com/prefs/integrations

Sync

After register API token, you should sync with todoist.com by sync sub command, like below.

$ todoist sync

Use with peco/fzf

RECOMMENDED

Install peco and load todoist_functions.sh on your .zshrc, like below.

fish version is here. ka2n/fish-peco_todoist Thanks @ka2n!

If you would prefer to use fzf instead load todoist_functions_fzf.sh like below.

$ source "$GOPATH/src/github.com/sachaos/todoist/todoist_functions.sh"

If installed via homebrew

If installed via homebrew and using zsh (usually this is added to your .zshrc without the $, usually before loading your ZSH plugin manager):

For peco:

$ source $(brew --prefix)/share/zsh/site-functions/_todoist_peco

For fzf:

$ source $(brew --prefix)/share/zsh/site-functions/_todoist_fzf

TODO: fish + homebrew

keybind

<C-x> t t: select task with peco
<C-x> t p: select project with peco
<C-x> t l: select labels with peco
<C-x> t c: select task and close with peco
<C-x> t d: select date
<C-x> t o: select task, and open it with browser when has url

Enable shell completion

You can also enable shell completion by adding the following lines to your .bashrc/.zshrc files.

# Bash
PROG=todoist source "$GOPATH/src/github.com/urfave/cli/autocomplete/bash_autocomplete"
# Zsh
PROG=todoist source "$GOPATH/src/github.com/urfave/cli/autocomplete/zsh_autocomplete"

Author

sachaos