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After using Steve Losh's t application for a week I have found it to be very useful. I found the simplicity and versatility of ’t’ to be very appealing. The notion of a task application for people that want to finish tasks resonated with me.
The only complaint I have with ’t’ is the ID system. It appears the IDs are hashes and not predictable. The order of the tasks become unintuitive and require reading tasks to find the one you completed and then finding the ID so you can mark it finished. In order to be even more productive I thought it would be great if the task list was ordered in a simple incremental fashion.
t.rb uses a similar approach to IDs. Each ID is derived from a digest of the
task text but the order is incremental (each new task appears below the
previously added task).
Installing the gem from RubyGems is the most simple way to install:
gem install t.rb
Alternatively, you can clone this repository and install the gem yourself.
Regardless of how you install you can use
t as described below.
Get a full list of commands via the help menu
Adding a task to your list
t some-task-description (create)
Listing all unfinished tasks
Finishing a task on your list
t -f ID
Editing a task on your list
t -e ID some-new-description
Note, when you add tasks to your list,
t will create a file in the current
folder to store the tasks. The file is named
.tasks.json. If you don't want
this file in your source control you should append it to your ignore list.
For instance, if you're using Git:
echo ".tasks.json" >> .gitignore
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