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pynote 0.1b1

Manage notes on the commandline.

Package Documentation

Latest Version: 0.2.2

pynote is a project to manage your notes on the commandline. It is entirely written in Python 3 and provides a very handy cmd-interface.

The project is not stable yet! So be careful!

features

  • create, delete, update, list and read notes
  • list deleted notes in 'trash'
  • everything is stored in human readable JSON files
  • nice meta data for every note including creation time, updating time, deletion time, uuid, tags

planned

  • version control (diff revisions, revert revisions)
  • trash to ensure you do not loose any data
  • export module
  • syntax highlighting using pygments for managing code snippets
  • tags and filters

basic usage

At first you have to create the configfile noterc and the data directory ~/.note. There is a script included to do this.

$ note-init

create a new note

$ note new "blub"

Your editor (e.g. nano) will open and you can type in your content.

list notes

$ note list
+----+-------+------------------+
| id | title | updated          |
+----+-------+------------------+
| 1  | blub  | 2013-12-09 10:59 |
+----+-------+------------------+

edit note

$ note edit 1

Your editor opens with the content of the note. After saving your modifications she revision number is incremented.

delete note

$ note delete 1

read a note

$ note show 1
+-------------------------------------------------+
| title:    blub
| created:  2013-12-09 10:59
| updated:  2013-12-09 10:59
| revision: 1
| uuid:     188fcae5-86cf-4e5a-b955-35b38694bb43
+-------------------------------------------------+

foo is bar

show trash

$ note trash
+----+--------+------------------+
| id | title  | deleted          |
+----+--------+------------------+
| 1  | test   | 2013-12-09 13:05 |
| 0  | test2  | 2013-12-09 13:04 |
+----+--------+------------------+

install

In Arch Linux you can use the attached PKGBUILD in dist. Otherwise use:

$ pip install pynote

You can also browse the source code in cgit: http://cgit.sevenbyte.org/pynote/

 
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