Git-todos is Command Line Interface (CLI) that helps to manage local To-Dos with ease. It aims to help you get things done rather than organizing them.
You can use Git-todos to add/remove To-Do items locally, import issues from remote repositories and to automate the generation of Git commits. Git-todos stores To-Dos list locally, and per-repository.
📖Uses plain text file as storage 🙌Developers friendly 🚀Helps to get things done
- Easily import issues from GitHub
✌️Adds a little bit of encouragements
Interrested to learn more? Read the original blog post.
You can grab the latest binary from the releases page.
Install on Linux
On Linux you can install or update to the latest released version with snap:
$ snap install git-todos $ snap refresh git-todos
Note: Because snaps with strict confinement can't access the global
~/.gitconfigfile, you may need to configure
user.emailper repository in order for git-todos to perform commits.
Run these commands to resolve the issue:$ git config --local user.email "email@example.com" $ git config --local user.name "Your Name"
Install on macOS
On macOS you can install or upgrade to the latest released version with Homebrew:
$ brew tap ahmed-taj/git-todos $ brew install git-todos $ brew upgrade git-todos
Do you prefer another way to install? Let me know
The project provides a simple Command Line Interface (CLI). To use the tool simply
git-todos. If the tool binary is available in your system
PATH you may
also run it without the
git todos <command>, thanks to Git.
$ git-todos help A Git based Todos App for Developers ⚡ Usage: git-todos [command] Available Commands: add Add a new Todo finish Finish a Todo and commit staged changes help Help about any command import Import an issue from remote Provider (ie. GitHub) as Todo list List available Todos mark Mark a single Todo remove Remove existing Todo show Show Todo details version Print the version number Flags: -h, --help help for git-todos Use "git-todos [command] --help" for more information about a command.
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The project is released under the Apache 2.0 license. See LICENSE