Commnad line todo app.
npm i -g 2do-cli
Or if using Yarn:
yarn global add 2do-cli
Open up any repository that you want to use 2do-cli indside.
2do-cli will start, after that write :
And 2do-cli will generate a 2do.json file in you repo.
Adding a file
To work with 2do-cli you have add a file and then todos related to that.
Lets say you have a file named
main.js and you want to add some todos for this file, to do so (after inializing 2do-cli in your repo) you have to type:
add main.js 'Here is my first todo for main.js'
After a while you might know that you want to add another todo for same file, so just use same command like:
add main.js 'Here is my second todo for main.js '
Now if you want to see all todos of
main.js you simply write:
and all todos of that file will appear.
So what if you want to know you have completed a todo or not. There is default
status field for every todo,
and it's value is set to
undone by default. If you want to change it so that you know your todo is done:
check main.js 4
This will set status of fourth todo of main.js to
You can list all of files which have todos in current directory and select any one that you want, by typing :
You can remove a file, which removes all of it's todos too, or you can only remove a todo of a file, to do prior one you just write:
And if you want to remove only second todo of this file you go like:
delete main.js 2
Above command will remove second todo of main.js .
To get current version just type :