if i had to type @person/adam , i would have to type all the way till @person/ to kick in the auto suggest to list all persons , right?
was always curious , why the "@" , why only "@" :)
@karbassi I'll ask "Todo.txt for Chrome" to join, had been interacting with him.
@kaushiknfs it's all flexible that way. You could do @p/adam or @_adam or @-adam
I use the @-personpattern, personally because then I do do todo.sh ls @- to find all the tasks that involve people
@karbassi thats exactly what am doing now @&adam , like me and adam, would have been simpler with &adam, but this is just my thought, i'm quite sure people behind todo.txt and its tools would have definitely given this a thought over last 11 years.
@kaushiknfs I think the thought is, if you introduce a new "keyword", like &, it should be different than the other available ones.
all contexts arent equal, why should their prefix be?
I see some interesting test cases scrolling by here, curious how clients (including mine) handles these special character contexts...
it would be great if the client treats prefixes + - @ # & $ , lets say a limited restricted set - uniformly as contexts and leave it to the imagination of the user to let him build context types / classes. or simply stick with + @.
@bram85 got the gitter message. I have some ideas about the todo.txt format.
More freedom in choosing projects and contexts is one.
Some way of signifying task identity is another
I think contexts and projects should be whitespace terminated only (and maybe , and . : and ; )
A task identity is essential for any reliable syncing solution.
Identities would be a useful addition, in topydo it would've been useful in many occasions. Right now topydo maintains an id tag for those items that require an ID
I have a change on simpletask that add a uuid for any task not having one
It looks ugly in text though
hi, I just downloaded the latest master for todo.txt-cli and the coloring of projects and contexts is not working right. some lines are colored, some are not
Found the problem, I had a ^M character at the end of some lines in my file. I think they were added by Simpletask on my phone.
@ravl1084 simpletask should always leave the todo file with consistent line endings.
@mpcjanssen Simpletask had the "use Windows-friendly line breaks" setting on by default, I cleaned up my file and turned that off and the issue was resolved
@karbassi I would, but besides updating simpletask I really don't have time to do this.
@mpcjanssen I fully understand!
And I don't remember how wel localized the dropbox code is in todotxt
It should not be hard
Authentication is a bit tricky
I have no android experience, tbh
Know any android devs who might want to help out? Specially since it's hacktoberfest right now
I think if PRs start to be merged again there are plenty of people who can do it, but who now hesitate because the project seems stale
Only problem is that merging PRs will still result in a non-functioning app at the moment.
@mpcjanssen all valid concerns. I agree that there needs to be a champion for the android project.
@ginatrapani Could you tweet out that we're looking for 1 or 2 maintainers for the Android project?
anyone familiar with this error?
> todo.sh add "test item"
Fatal Error: is not a directory
Hi. Is it possible to not show summary in the end then I run todo.sh ls? I mean this:
TODO: 14of14 tasks shown
todo.shls | head -n-2
@ilzichio add TODOTXT_VERBOSE=0 to your todo.cfg file
Any way to colorize tags?
Hi. First of all, thanks a lot for your work on that awesome tool, it makes my life better. The only feature I desperately miss right now is to be able to add and prioritize an item as a single (and preferably simple) command. Ideally I want to have commands like aa (add and prioritize as A), ab (add and prioritize as B), ac, etc. Is that possible?
so when I want to add an A item, it would be t aa Do this and that