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- Small bugfix where help text showed
todolist initrather than
- Show correct version everywhere (thanks @timorunge !)
- Updates and organization to usage screen
check_authcommand for syncing with Ultralist Pro
- Bugfix when using
ultralist webto route to correct todolist
- Change how background sync works so it is compatible with all platforms
- fix the windows build (yay!)
Fixes a small bug where synchronization would not occur, because it was looking for a
todolist binary, not
This is the first release of the newly-renamed Ultralist (previously known as Todolist).
This release only adds features associated with the new name. Namely, authorizing + synchronizing your list with ultralist.io, and having the ability to seamlessly bi-directionally sync your lists with multiple machines, and the webapp.
This is a maintenance release with the following fixes:
This release includes the following:
New Notes feature by @NonerKao (thanks for this!). Add notes for individual todos.
Allow for ranged ids for some commands by @stuartskelton
Major reworking of how todos are fetched under the hood by @stuartskelton
Lots of other code cleanup by @stuartskelton
Bugfix for parsing a blank todo by @NonerKao
The biggest change is that you can now edit todos straight from the command line. It maintains backwards compatibility with how it previously functioned as well:
todolist e 25 due tom- Updates due date, but leaves subject alone
todolist e 25 visit dad due tom- Updates due date and subject
todolist e 25 visit dad- Updates subject, but leaves due date alone
Other notable changes:
- Fix issue where the web view would not be able to save.