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    Steve George
    @Futurile
    tw = tasklib.TaskWarrior(data_location='~/.task')
    tw.tasks.filter(project='bparty')
    [Buy some food, Plan some party games, Decorate the room, Have a birthday party]
    Steve George
    @Futurile
    @tbabej spaces are definitely there, and the only thing I can see is that the 'Filter used' line of :TaskWikiInspect is blank
    Duncan Murray
    @dm319_twitter
    Hi there, I can see this room isn't that active - but I have a couple of questions - anyone around?!
    nambitable
    @nambitable
    What are your questions?
    Next time just ask them lol
    Steve Dondley
    @sdondley
    Noticed the issue queue has some issues that have been resolved and can be closed. Let me know if you need help.
    Josh Santos
    @thatnerdjosh
    Hello all, for some reason after installing taskwiki I don't get any related commands in vim
    compiled with +python3 and all deps installed
    Josh Santos
    @thatnerdjosh
    I figured it out, it was using python3.8 (from homebrew)
    and I was testing with deps installed to system python
    Tomáš Janoušek
    @liskin
    I finally realized I should maybe update the README when making changes and only just found out there's this chat, so: hello everyone :-)
    Sean Feng
    @sefeng211
    hello folks, new to taskwiki and taskwarrior here. Usually how I manage a project is like project:project_name +tag, so that I take the advantage of context. The issue I have right now is when I want to move a task to a project, I have to not only adding the project name, but also the tag to make taskwiki shows it under the correct project section. Is there a way that I am simplify this a bit?
    I don't want to use two commands to add project name and tag, is there a way that I can group project name and tag or something
    Tomáš Janoušek
    @liskin
    @sefeng211 You can make several modifications at once using TaskWikiMod, so you'd do proj:new_proj -old_tag +new_tag using a single command. I don't think you can simplify this any more, except perhaps just using projects and not tags for this. :-)
    Ross Jacobs
    @pocc
    Dumb question, but I'm getting ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'tasklib'. I have tasklib installed with python, and can import when I drop into a python shell (3.7).
    OS is macos 10.14
    I've installed taskwiki both by cloning and by using a PluginInstall with the same result.
    Ross Jacobs
    @pocc
    Looks like this is related to using bash tricks to alias python to python3. I think my python2 installation might be broken...
    Ross Jacobs
    @pocc
    Is there some way to make sure that taskwiki always calls python3 and not python?
    Tomáš Janoušek
    @liskin
    taskwiki uses whatever vim was compiled with, preferring python3
    look at taskwiki/ftplugin/vimwiki/taskwiki.vim, the logic behind this is at the top
    Ross Jacobs
    @pocc
    It is that file that we seem to be getting the error from
    Ross Jacobs
    @pocc
    image.png
    Using a taskwiki virtualenv doesn't fix
    Ross Jacobs
    @pocc
    So I've verified that taskwiki is using python 3.8.5 (by using an applescript popup with sys.version in vwtask.py) and that python 3.8.5 has tasklib installed
    Ross Jacobs
    @pocc
    Figured it out
    For some reason, vim was using /usr/local/opt/python@3.8/bin/python3.8, but system python is /usr/local/bin/python3
    Ross Jacobs
    @pocc
    Installing tasklib to the former fixed it.
    Tomáš Janoušek
    @liskin
    Glad you got it working. I wouldn't be able to help you this far, I've never seen this Mac mess firsthand. :-)
    José Luis Valencia Herrera
    @Pepedou
    Hi everyone! I've just installed taskwiki but have a couple of questions:
    1. Is there a way to tell taskwiki the location of my custom .taskrc?
    2. I'm using markdown instead of Vimwiki's custom format. Does taskwiki support this for viewports?
    Tomáš Janoušek
    @liskin
    @Pepedou re 2: it should and it should be documented in taskwiki.txt, look for g:taskwiki_markup_syntax, and see also my PR tools-life/taskwiki#294 that makes taskwiki get this setting directly from vimwiki
    José Luis Valencia Herrera
    @Pepedou
    @liskin Thanks Tomás, I'll check this out!
    José Luis Valencia Herrera
    @Pepedou
    @liskin Worked like a charm, thanks!
    Sean Feng
    @sefeng211
    @liskin thanks, I have used taskwiki in a wrong way, now I am getting used to it (sorry for the late appreciation)
    I am having issues with TaskWikiGrid, it generates an empty grid. What could be the causes?
    Tomáš Janoušek
    @liskin
    @sefeng211 I'm getting "not an editor command: TW …" and the git history doesn't look like there has ever been any :TW command, so I don't think :TaskWikiGrid ever worked. Are you not getting that error?
    oh, that's because I don't have vim-taskwarrior installed. Never mind then.
    Sean Feng
    @sefeng211
    yeah, I have it installed, but it doesn't work for me
    Tomas Babej
    @tbabej
    @sefeng211 it might just be that vim-taskwarrior's interface diverged from when that feature was introduce. I think this particular part of the code base is not tested
    liskin
    @liskin:matrix.org
    [m]
    test message
    Renan Cidale Assumpcao
    @rcidaleassumpo
    Hi, I'm trying to connect taskwarrior cli, with the taskwiki + vimwiki , but when creating the tasks in vimwiki, it doesn't seem to sync with the taskwarrior, I run "task" and nothing is listed. Anyone could give me some pointers ? :)
    Hektor Misplon
    @hektormisplon
    Did you use the * [ ] syntax?
    Maybe try saving the file
    New to taskwiki and taskwarrior and wondering if there is a way for taskwarrior to handle vimwiki's (relative) links
    Tomáš Janoušek
    @liskin
    There almost certainly is a way. Can you elaborate on what the problem with links is?
    Hektor Misplon
    @hektormisplon
    Well, I would simply like taskwarrior to render only the link title.
    Currenlty it renders the description like this [Test link](index.md)
    Also, @rcidaleassumpo, next to vimwiki and taskwiki you need to install this
    Tomáš Janoušek
    @liskin
    Oh, that would be difficult if not impossible :-/
    People usually use annotations for such links together with a tool like taskopen. (I don't personally use that though.)
    Hektor Misplon
    @hektormisplon
    Okay, thanks! In that case I will avoid any links in my actual task descriptions :)