Allows you to create tasks using 'blocks:' in addition to the built-in 'depends:' arguments.
When defining tasks in taskwarrior, you currently have only one option– annotating which tasks a given task depends upon using the depends: argument. This capsule adds a new argument – blocks: which you can use for creating task dependencies from the opposite side.
Make sure you have Taskwarrior-Capsules installed.
Install this library:
pip install taskwarrior-blocks-capsule
Create a task that blocks another by using the blocks: argument with comma-separated list of task UUIDs or IDs; imagine that you have a task with an ID of 25 for which you’d like to create a dependent task:
tw add "Make sure to apply peanut butter to bread" blocks:25
The above command will cause two commands to be executed behind the scenes:
task add "Make sure to apply peanut butter to bread" # let's pretend that this is created as task #26 task 25 modify depends:26
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