A minimalist command line app for life logging.
- Python 2.7
- OSX or Linux
- Basic knowledge of how to use the command line
You can install wid with either pip or easy_install, I like pip:
$ pip install whatidid
You will need to initialize the
~/.widrc file and get your database structure setup before you can use the application.
$ wid init
You can update your updates by using
wid update command:
$ wid update -m "This is my status" -t tag1,tag2,tag3
You can list all of your updates by using the
wid update-show command:
$ wid update-show Monday: This is my status Tuesday: Did something
You can list all of your updates from a specific week by using the
$ wid update-show -w 46 Monday: I did this Tuesday: tag1,tag2: This is what I did today Tuesday: tag1: I did something else
You can email someone by the
$ wid-update-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: This will be moved into the
wid command soonish.
You can item your todo by using
wid todo command:
$ wid todo -m "This is what I need to do"
You can list all of your todos by using the
wid todo-show command:
$ wid todo-show d7d30320a8663cc5c41fbf510fe2cd72: something i need to do b39b4ffa530441de3b09c362942742ab: something else i need to do
All of the configuration options live in the
Defines where the data is stored, this can be any location on the disk your user can write to.
path = /Users/foo/Dropbox/.whatidid
Defines how the date should be formated from the results of
update-show-format = %m/%d/%Y
On the command line:
$ wid update-show 11/18/2012: Did something 11/19/2012: Did something else