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A rudimentary CLI to write and organize text

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# snote

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Rudimentary CLI to write and organize text.

I've got a ways to go in terms of features and documentation. Pull requests are

## Install

Downloading the repo and firing off `python install` does the trick.

## Configuration

Reads configuration from whichever file to which environment variable `SNOTE`

Each notebook requires a valid path, where notes will be saved. Global settings
apply to all notebooks, and may be overwritten at a notebook level.

default_title='no title'



## Usage

usage: snote [-h] [-t] [-f FILENAME]
notebook {update,u,new,n,list,l,ls,search,s} ...

positional arguments:
notebook name of notebook to access

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-t, --timestamp add a timestamp to the note
-f FILENAME, --filename FILENAME
name a new note, or search for a note to update

notebook action, defaults to update
update (u) edit note; default action
new (n) create new note
list (l, ls) list note titles in notebook
search (s) list note titles containing the search term

## Motivaton

I wrote this for myself as a way to catalog my stream of consciousness, and an
exercise in packaging.

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