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A CLI program that help creates diary and organize them

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DiaryCLI

$ pip install diarycli

One CLI command to create and organize your diaries in the terminal.

$ diary opens a CLI editor to today's diary (path: $DIARY_DIR/year/month/date.md)

$ diary cat cat the content of today's diary to terminal.

$ diary 2020-01-01 create a diary entry for 2020/01/01 in the appropriate file path.

Use environment argument DIARY_DIR and DIARY_EDITOR to configure where the diary are and what editor to use, by default, it use vim as editor and ~/diary as path for diary.

When installing via pip, if you see following message:

WARNING: The script diary is installed in '/some/path/examples/bin' which is not on PATH
Consider adding this directory to PATH or, if you prefer to suppress this warning, use --no-warn-script-location

You may want to add this location to PATH, to do that, add the following line to your .rc file:

export PATH=$PATH:/some/path/examples/bin

Demo

demo

Inspiration

Inspiration from bash diary script that I have created and used for years: https://github.com/Aperocky/diaryman/blob/master/diaryman.sh

pip provides an easier way to package and distribute this software.

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