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If you’ve got a file called todo.txt on your computer right now, you’re in the right place. Countless software applications and web sites can manage your to-do list with all sorts of bells and whistles. But if you don’t want to depend on someone else’s data format or someone else’s server, a plain text file is the way to go.

Problem is, you don’t want to launch a full-blown text editor every time you need to add an item to your to-do list, or mark one that’s already there as complete. With a simple but powerful shell script called todo.sh, you can interact with todo.txt at the command line for quick and easy, Unix-y access.

Source Files

Filename Size Changed Actions
todo.txt.spec 1.9 KB Download File
todo.txt_2.9.debian.tar.gz 1.19 KB Download File
todo.txt_2.9.dsc 693 Bytes Download File
todo.txt_2.9.orig.tar.gz 13.8 KB Download File
todo.txt_cli-2.10.tar.gz 14 KB Download File

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