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NAME ^

idone - Command line interface to idonethis.com

VERSION ^

version 0.19

SYNOPSIS ^

    # Submit an item to idonethis.com
    $ idone "Installed some cool software today."

    # See what I've done today.
    $ idone -l

    # Add an item to idonethis, and then show everything I've done
    $ idone -l "Calibrated the flux capacitor"

    # See what I've done yesterday.
    $ idone -ly

    # See what I did some time ago.
    $ idone -ld 2012-01-01
    
    # See what I've done today, and read new items from STDIN.
    $ idone -lc

    # See what I've done yesterday, and add more items from STDIN.
    $ idone -lcy

    # See what I've done in the last week
    $ idone -lr 'last week,today'

    # In ~/.idonethisrc
    [auth]
    user=someuser
    pass=somepass

DESCRIPTION ^

By default, this submits items to your personal calendar on idonethis. All arguments are concatenated together to form a single string, which is then submitted to your calendar for the current day (using the local timezone on your machine).

Patches are extremely welcome. https://github.com/pjf/idonethis-perl

OPTIONS ^

-c

Read items from STDIN and add them to your done list, with one item per line. This is the default behaviour if -l is not specified, nor any done item on the command line.

-d date

Specify the date upon which actions should be taken. Any date that can be understood by Date::Manip::Date can be used, including strings such as 'last Tuesday' or 'three days ago'.

If in doubt, use YYYY-MM-DD format.

Defaults to today. This switch is silently ignored if used with -y.

-f config

Specify the location of the configuration file. Defaults to ~/.idonethisrc

-h

Displays this help.

-l

List items that you've done. Combine this with the -c switch to list done items, and let you add new ones to the end.

-r

List items in a range of dates, in the form -r '2013-01-01, 2013-01-31'. Natural dates may also be used, as in -r '1 week ago, today'. This switch is exclusive of the -d, -y and -c switches.

With only a single argument, a second argument of 'now' is implied. This allows shortcuts like idone -r'last week' to show everything done since last week.

This switch implies -l.

-V

Shows the current version and exits.

-y

Perform all operations (adding and listing) using yesterday's date. This switch overrides the -d switch, if given.

AUTHOR ^

Paul Fenwick <pjf@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

This software is copyright (c) 2013 by Paul Fenwick.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

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