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iKog: A CLI ToDo manager for Linux

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Simplicity in a tiny app...
iKog is a text-based to-do manager that can help you to keep tabs on your tasks from the command line. Although it lacks all the bells and whistles of a full-blown GUI task manager, it's one of those tools that make a virtue of doing a limited range of tasks well. iKog is written in Python, and since most Linux distributions come with Python installed by default, iKog will run on them right out of the box.

The entire application consists of just one .py file, so there is nothing to install and configure. Simply download the latest zip or gz archive, unpack it, and start iKog using the command python path/to/ikon.py.
 read more | mail this link | score:7790 | -Ray, May 3, 2007
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