Tofu provides a simple and very lightweight way to manage your todo list(s), storing your tasks in plain text files. It provides a powerful interface to hierarchize and tag these lists in order to retrieve and manipulate (list, view, edit, delete, etc.) them easily.
|Tags||Utilities Software Development Office/Business Scheduling|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Unix|
Release Notes: This release comes with two new selectors: "null", which inhibits the warning reporting the selection is empty, and "co=
Release Notes: This release adds to tofu the "drop" action, which deletes the selected tasks without prompting first for any confirmation. It also allows you to easily go back into the last exited queue in the command line by passing the new special "previous" word to the "queue" selector.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that caused certain definitions stored in the configuration file to not be properly parsed. It moreover introduces a general improvement in the English used in the man-pages.
Release Notes: Tofu now comes with proper support for the local used charset and now provides a little mechanism to ensure the todo is clean after a potential crash.
Release Notes: This release introduces a new "ride=task" command. It allows you to place the selection relative to the given task instead of absolutely in the queue.