Evernotable

Description

A simple commandline task manager that uses Evernote note store. This automatically creates a new distinct Evernote notebook for persistance of tasks. Users can add new tasks, list them and remove existing tasks.

Usage

# authenticate 
evernotable auth 
evernotable auth logout

# add a new task
evernotable task add 'shave my beard!'

# list all existing tasks
evernotable task list

# remove an existing task
evernotable task remove #2 => removes task listed #2

Dependencies

  • evernote

  • thrift

  • thrift_client

  • encrypted_strings

  • highline

Installation

  • gem install evernotable

License

Copyright 2012 Karthik Muthupalaniappan

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