TUI todo list
Simple todo list implementation using python curses.
This actually turned out to be a little more comprehensive than I had originally intended; features include:
- Subtasks to any depth
- Marking done
- Marking for deletion
- Permanent deletion
- Scrolling long lists
- Configuration spacing, indenting etc
- A vim-styled command line interface
All the functionality of
tuido is provided through single character commands, these are:
Todo List: top level a : Add item to current level A : Add subtask to highlighted item c : Edit description (^H to backspace) C : Change description d : Mark deleted D : Delete (permanent) h : Up level j : Down k : Up l : Down level m : Mark done M : Mark done (recursive) q : Write and quit r : Refresh screen w : Write ? : Show (this) help screen : : Enter command
The command line interface is quite simple, hit '
:' and give a character command, followed by a description is relevant, then a sequence of numbers indicating the (sub)task to change, e.g:
: A "New Task" 1 2 4
This will add a task witht he description "New Task" to subsubtask 4 of subtask 2 of task 1 of the current window/level.
There still are a couple of things I'd like to add, these include:
- A searching mechanism
- Tags probably through the
- Configurable colors
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