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Simple command line habits tracker

Project description

Simple commandline habits tracker.

Installation

pip install habito

Usage

Here’s how a command line session looks like:

$ # add a random habit
$ habito add writing 200.0 --units words
# output
You have commited to 200.0 words of
writing every day!

$ # check in an update
$ habito checkin writ --q 128.0
# output
Added 128.0 words to habit
writing

$ # list status of habits
$ habito list

Screenshot

Habito screenshot

Habito screenshot

Roadmap

Some of the stuff on top of my mind:

  • habito list can be better. It doesn’t check if tables can be output in terminal screen appropriately :(
  • Show how much data is needed to get me on track to meet goals
  • Gamification!

Contribute

habito is alpha at the moment. Please try it out and file any issues at github issues page. Your patches are welcome!

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