add new "latest" command
Planfile is a small command-line program written in Go to manage my daily plaintext todo files. It's inspired by the now infamous John Carmack .plan file, but I've made some tweaks.
This is a stock Go project. Nothing special here.
$ go build
Planfiles are plaintext named with the format
YYYY-MM-DD.plan. The first character of the line determines the kind of entry, followed by a space.
_ Something that needs doing * Did this already _ Some other thing that needs doing x Not going to do this after all > A note > Another note t Something to worry about tomorrow
$ planfile ( or ) $ planfile today
today command is the default and will result in there being a planfile for today in the current directory. There will also be an attempt at opening today's planfile with a text editor.
Migration rules from a previous day's planfile are as follows:
$ planfile latest
latest command will attempt to open the most recent planfile from the current directory. It will not create any new files, and it will also ignore any planfiles dated in the future.