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2do

2do is a simple to-do list manager written in PHP and using a MySQL database backend. It supports unlimited numbers of projects, has templated HTML allowing for complete customisation, and can be publically viewable by all, or can be protected by passwords. Administration is done via simple Web-based forms.

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  •  28 Apr 2004 20:36

    Release Notes: A bug that got a little confusing when trying to edit a project has been fixed. An option to remove a password from a protected project has been added.

    •  18 Feb 2004 23:46

      Release Notes: This release no longer requires a temporary directory. The template library has been upgraded, which fixes potential issues when used on IIS. A PHP 4.2.x-related problem has been fixed. Instructions on installation without shell/SSH access have been added.

      •  18 Dec 2003 02:20

        Release Notes: This release adds the ability to password protect individual projects, cleans the entire front page interface, making the rendered page wider and clearer, and adds reverse sorting, an option to toggle CSV importing or exporting, and minor bugfixes.

        •  15 Dec 2003 16:05

          Release Notes: Support for international character sets (for example, Russian, Chinese and Arabic) was fixed. Entries can now be created and edited without them being encoded. A small option was also added, allowing dates for entries to be not updated when changing an entry.

          •  08 Nov 2003 19:48

            Release Notes: Improvements were made to the todo entry form when the incorrect password is entered. A bug that prevented "done" from being set when creating a new entry was fixed. The documentation was converted to HTML, and the default templates were improved.

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