Cataliste is a simple to-do list app, where you manage your tasks using simple commands and numerical indices. Create, modify, and mark tasks as finished in a whim. You can also track your progress and export your list. Cataliste provides a standard OS X user interface, but you can also install a command-line tool.
At the first start of the app, Cataliste will create a list for you. Use
+ to add a task and
/ to mark it as done ; you can specify a percentage to finely track your progress. List all the awaiting tasks using
l. You can use
> to sort your tasks,
s to permute them and
- to delete one of them. Finally, you can export your list as a .pdf using
p. In the Preferences pane of the app, you can choose where to save your list, and customize how the tasks should be displayed.
Here are the commands you can use, either in the app or with the command line tool
cataliste (install it through the Cataliste app menu).
l: list all the tasks (alt:
a: display all tasks.
>: sort the list before displaying it (see below).
+ string: add a task.
- index: delete the task with index.
/ index: switch the state of the task with index.
percent: a number between 0 and 100, denoting the progress of the task.
>: sort the tasks (undone first).
<: sort the tasks (done first).
s index1 index2: swap the tasks at indices index1 and index2.
p path: generate a .pdf listing of the undone items, saved at the given path. Add
ato export the list of all items.
c: clear the command-line.
save: force-save the list.
clean: delete all tasks.
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