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Jun 02, 2012

  1. Ian Cordasco

    Get ready for version 0.3.

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  2. Ian Cordasco

    Modularize todo.py to make it easier to test.

    Add tests for the addons and usage decorator.
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May 26, 2012

  1. Ian Cordasco

    Fix execution of bash add-ons.

    Also added a section on installation with both the shell script and pip.
  2. Ian Cordasco

    Finally a working setup.py.

    The trick was the MANIFEST.in file. Also, from testing the pip
    installation, I realized todo.py would fail on trying to list the files
    in the actions directory if it did not already exist. So I added a check
    for it.

May 25, 2012

  1. Ian Cordasco

    Update .gitignore.

  2. Ian Cordasco

    Missing comma.

  3. Ian Cordasco

    Add a setup.py for submission to pypi.

  4. Ian Cordasco

    Fix addm on python 3000. Update docs.

    map() in python 3000 returns an iterator object. I completely forgot this when
    complaining about 2to3 lieing to me.
    
    Also, in trying to debug the issue, I realized I had not followed
    @kennethreitz's advice about adding '..' to sys.path in the base of your tests.
  5. Ian Cordasco

    Actions directory consistency and closes #16

  6. Ian Cordasco

    Allow for usage of todo.sh action add-ons as well

    Closes #20.

May 23, 2012

  1. Ian Cordasco

    Update docs/

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  2. Ian Cordasco

    No need for an __init__.py file.

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  3. Ian Cordasco

    Typo.

  4. Ian Cordasco

    2to3 misled me about the necessity of list().

    [skip ci]
  5. Ian Cordasco

    Just realized Travis no supports pypy

    I wonder how todo.py runs on that, if at all.

May 22, 2012

  1. Ian Cordasco

    Add action/add-on functionality!

    Add that news item to the HISTORY file and fix mstave's file to work properly.

May 21, 2012

  1. Ian Cordasco

    Nope. Not working.

    GitHub support claimed the typical markdown highlighting would work, but it
    doesn't. I don't know why I believed them, it is markdown highlighting, not
    reStructuredText.
    
    Regardless, going back to the old style.
  2. Ian Cordasco

    One last attempt.

  3. Ian Cordasco

    How about now?

  4. Ian Cordasco

    Syntax highlighting?

May 18, 2012

  1. Ian Cordasco

    Start a HISTORY file. Mention colorama in README.

  2. Ian Cordasco

    Add colorama support for Windows users.

    Matt Stave pointed out that todo.py can be used from the cmd.exe in
    Windows. Unfortunately, you need colorama to convert the colors from the
    ANSI defaults we use to the win32 defaults. It's harmless to include it.
  3. Ian Cordasco

    Add wiki pages as documentation.

  4. Ian Cordasco

    GitHub doesn't support either highlighting option

    Neither code-block nor highlightlang it seems.
  5. Ian Cordasco

    Highlight python?

  6. Ian Cordasco

    Fix footnote link.

  7. Ian Cordasco

    GitHub doesn't support rst syntax highlighting?

    Odd...
  8. Ian Cordasco

    So NOTES.rst wasn't perfect rst...

    That's my fault, I'm still learning reStructuredText.
  9. Ian Cordasco

    Clean-up.

    We don't need the TODO file anymore. I'm basically the only one working on this
    now except for Matt Stave who plans on adding functionality. I'd feel more
    comfortable attacking format_lines and _list_ on my own anyway. The notes file
    was essentially rst formatted anyway, so why not add the file extension to let
    GitHub decorate it as such?
  10. Ian Cordasco

    And let the image be seen.

    Also remove the markdown version.
  11. Ian Cordasco

    Give up on linking the image.

  12. Ian Cordasco

    A bit more rST tinkering.

  13. Ian Cordasco

    Fix a couple things I missed.

  14. Ian Cordasco

    Try out reStructuredText for README.

May 17, 2012

  1. Ian Cordasco

    Make a directory of sample_addons.

    These were additions suggested via email. I figured I'd use them first as
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