I remember devtodo from a long time ago, and I’ll be honest, my opinion on it hasn’t changed too much.
It’s quick and speedy, but I still prefer applications that make use of space, or offer a proper interface.
I know that’s my prejudice and so I try my best to quell it when I suspect it is muddying the waters of perception.
And I do like the color schemes at work here. And it does offer a few interactive moments, such as you can see in the screenshot.
One small confession though: Occasionally I find tools like this to be actually more cumbersome than something with an interface.
Just as an example, I would probably rely on ctodo before devtodo, just because typing out long task descriptions and priorities at the bash prompt is not appealing to me.
I would much prefer to arrange things visually, and see things in organized layouts.
That might sound odd — particularly coming from me — but that’s how I like to do business. 😉
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