Aurélien Gâteau

Yokadi 1.1.0 is out

written on Sunday, September 4, 2016

I am happy to announce version 1.1.0 of Yokadi!

This new version adds a new command to manipulate your tasks: t_medit. t_medit lets you edit all tasks of a project in one go. Learn more about it from this article about t_medit I wrote earlier.

This new version also brings some new goodies for aliases: they can now be modified. The name of the alias can be modified with a_edit_name and the command with a_edit_command.

It also brings the following changes:

  • New features & Improvements:
    • Database format updates are now easier to run: just run yokadi -u, no more separate update.py command. Updates are also much faster.
    • Task lists have been improved:
      • Borders look nicer.
      • Some bugs in the rendering of the title column have been fixed (wrong width, badly cropped text).
    • Yokadi now uses standard paths by default: the database is stored in ~/.local/share/yokadi/yokadi.db and non-essential data is in ~/.cache/yokadi/.
    • Reviewed and improved documentation. Moved developer documentation to a separate dir (doc/dev).
  • Bug fixes:
    • The code handling recurrences has been made more robust.
    • Recurrences are now stored in a more future proof way.
    • Fixed bug_edit crash.
    • Fixed negative keyword filter: A task with two keywords k1 and k2 would not be excluded by a filter !k1.

You can install it with pip3 install yokadi, or get the source code from Yokadi web site.

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