Aurélien Gâteau

Yokadi 0.11.0, err 0.11.1 is out!

written on Tuesday, November 3, 2009

After quite some work, we are proud to announce a new release of Yokadi, the command-line driven, geek friendly, sqlite backed TODO list. This new release brings quite a few changes compared to 0.10. Quoting the announcement:

Version 0.11.0 brings you a much nicer t_list output:
  • The width of the title column now adjusts itself to fit your terminal width and the content to display.
  • Task keywords are now printed in the title column.
  • Using the new -k switch, you can group tasks by keywords instead of grouping them by project.
0.11.0 also brings you a few handy shortcuts:
  • Special character ‘_’ can be used to represent last task id in all task commands: handy to add a due date after adding a task: just type “t_due _ tomorrow” to set the last used task due date to tomorrow.
  • Custom aliases can be defined for all commands with a_add.
Other changes:
  • Bugs keywords are prefixed with a ‘_’ to distinguish them from user keywords.
  • YOKADI_DB environment variable can be defined to set default yokadi database path.
  • Switch from “GPL v3” to “GPL v3 or newer” license.
Version 0.11.0 also contained a silly last-minute mistake, hence the blog title, but it's all fixed now, get it!

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