Yann Esposito (Yogsototh)
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ylog is a simple command line note taking tool.
> cd project > ylog init # <-- create a log file (.log) > cd subdir/of/project > ylog It took me very long to verify the file foo.hs > ylog todo rename foo.hs to bar.hs > cd ../../../another/subdir > ylog There is another foo.hs here > ylog show [13-11-2013] (subdir/of/project) It took me very long to verify the file foo.hs [13-11-2013] (subdir/of/project) [ ] rename foo.hs to bar.hs [13-11-2013] (another/subdir) There is another foo.hs here > ylog edit <-- manually edit the file ; use EDITOR environment variable
Of course you could always add aliases to make it easier to use:
> alias n=ylog > alias t="ylog todo"
git clone https://github.com/yogsototh/ylog.git
Then copy the
ylog file into one of the directory of your $PATH.
To get the list simply type:
> echo $PATH | sed 's/:/\n/g'
It uses zsh which is pretty common in UNIX world.