Keep track of things you learn each day
CLI tool for recording and tracking things you learn(TILs).
$ pip install til-cli
Then start adding things that you learn:
$ til new "How to parse yaml in Python" Content: Just use ruamel.yaml pip install ruamel.yaml ^C
Store your TILs wherever you want using TIL plugins:
- YAML: Write to a yaml file
- ...more to come...
.til.toml.default to your home directory as
.til.toml and add more plugins or change their configuration.
As an example by default TIL uses YAML plugin to store entries in
til.yaml file in your home directory, this is configurable.
Simon Willison's TIL Page was main inspiration to be able to create something similar with minimal extra effort.
- Initial implementation
- YAML plugin as POC
- CI / CD for publishing to pypi with releases
- some tests
- Other tools to install
- MacOS - brew
- Debian/Ubuntu - apt (snap packages?)
- More plugins
- POST to endpoint
- tags support (e.g. Python, js, k8s, devops, science, etc.)
- Search tils by
Install Python 3.x
Requires Python >= 3.9.
Consider installing it either with brew or using a tool like pyenv
$ brew install email@example.com
Or download from Python.org
$ brew install poetry
$ pip3 install poetry
$ poetry env use python3.9 # Setup env $ poetry shell # Drop into Poetry env $ poetry install # Install from pyproject.toml
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