yaGTD is a very simple utility designed to make the management of your to-do list quick and easy. It incorporates major features from Allen's Getting Things Done philosophy and a notion of urgency and importance preached by Stephen Covey in his Seven Habits of Highly Effective People book.
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: A way to run commands non-interactively was provided.
Release Notes: A "--quiet" option for not printing the copyright message upon startup was added. Other date input formats are now supported, such as "D:mo", "D:tu", and "S:su".
Release Notes: Due dates can now be set using +/- days. Tasks without context can be listed. The number of tasks found is shown after research. 'Overdue' and 'Deadlines' commands were added. Contexts and the next task for each context are displayed. A bug when loading non-existent files a crash that occurred after archiving and then ordering were fixed.
Release Notes: A main program for the S60 platform (Nokia Symbian OS) was added.
Release Notes: Three new commands were added to have a list of selected tasks in memory, as well as another command to recall the entry format/usage. A crash when ordering tasks containing one that had been replaced has been fixed. A simple man page was added.