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A minimal command line todo list built with Python and MongoDB

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A minimal command line todo list built with Python and MongoDB

![Mongo + Python](/img/mongo_python_love.png)

Living in the command line is blissful. Keeping your things together sometimes isn’t. Track your tasks and deadlines with this command line app built with Python and MongoDB

## Installation

### Installing Python libraries This project uses pipenv to manage dependencies, so make sure you have pipenv installed. ` pip install pipenv ` Clone this repository ` git clone https://github.com/thescriptninja/pytodo.git ` Use pipenv to install the dependencies ` pipenv install ` Create an executable file from the `script.py` file

` cd pytodo/ cp script.py script sudo chmod +x script ` Add the following line in .bashrc file after replacing `CLONED_REPO_PATH` with the absolute path to the cloned repository.

` alias pytodo='python3 <CLONED_REPO_PATH>/pytodo/script `

### Installing MongoDB Download the required MongoDB package the package repository. #### For Ubuntu, run the following commands ` sudo apt update sudo apt install -y mongodb `

#### For Fedora users, run the following commands Configure the dnf repository ` sudo vi /etc/yum.repos.d/mongodb.repo ` Install Mongodb ` sudo dnf update sudo dnf install mongodb-org ` Start the Mongodb service ` sudo systemctl enable mongod.service sudo systemctl start mongod.service `

#### For Arch users, run the following commands Aur package at [mongodb 4.2.1-1](https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/mongodb/)

### Creating a local database Start the mongo shell and create a new database with a collection to store the todos ` mongo use todo-app db.createCollection('todos') `

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