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Shell Track Task
Every time I start working for a new company they have a list of software that we are allowed to install in the computers.
Due to this, I always have to use a different software set to keep track of what I'm doing. I do not need anything fancy, I just want:
- Track what I have done yesterday so I can report in the standups:
- Add new tasks
- Describe tasks for a given day
- Have the historical data on local storage (most companies do not allow cloud usage for internal things)
- As little as possible third-party libraries (I need to run this in any machine)
- It must be fast
- It must be simple
That's why this tool was born. The data is stored as a JSON, so if you want to export/import it should be easy.
- moreutils (due to sponge)
You need to setup where the entries should be saved:
- Add a new entry:
./tt.sh -a 'Doing some good work'
- List yesterday tasks:
./tt.sh -f -1d
- List all tasks:
You can add an alias to your dotfile:
alias track="sh PATH_TO_THE_REPO/tt.sh"