Aurélien Gâteau

Yokadi 0.10.0 is out!

written on Saturday, July 18, 2009

Last week Sébastien Renard and me decided to do an Akademy release of Yokadi, our command-line-based, sqlite-powered TODO list. Quite a few changes, among which:

  • Ability to assign keywords to a project.
  • Shortened some commands (old ones are still available but are considered deprecated):
    • t_set_due => t_due
    • t_set_project => t_project
    • t_set_urgency => t_urgency
  • Changed keyword syntax: use @foo instead of -k foo.
  • Added t_recurs command to define task recursion (weekly, monthly, yearly…)
  • Added full text search with t_list -s foo.
  • Enhanced t_list display.
  • Added purge command (t_purge) to remove old tasks.
  • Added Windows support.
  • Fixed install script to be more friendly to users and packagers.
Most of these changes are the result of hard work from Sébastien, while I mainly played the anti-bloat gatekeeper and polished a few things here and there.

Yokadi is getting more and more powerful, but we try hard to keep it simple and usable. Give it a try, you may like it! (It has been recommended by David Faure, one of the most productive KDE hacker on earth, so there must be something about it :-))

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