~sotirisp/today

A script for keeping a daily journal
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#today

today is a POSIX shell script for keeping a daily journal. Each daily journal is stored as a file whose basename is the corresponding date. It allows editing, searching through and viewing journal files. There's also a to-do file for notes that persist between days.

#Usage

# Edit the journal file for the current day.
today
# Edit the journal file for the 5th of the current month.
today 05
# Edit the journal file for the 14th of October of the current year.
today 10-14
# Search all journal files using the regular expression "^Today".
today grep ^Today
# Show the contents of all journal files in $PAGER.
today log

today is configurable through environment variables which allows keeping multiple journals on the same computer by creating aliases with the appropriate environment variables set. See the today(1) manpage for details.

#Installation

The dependencies are a POSIX system and scdoc to build the manpage. To build the manpage run make. To install the script and its manpage run make install (you might need to run it as root).

#Contributing

Patches, bug reports or feature suggestions can be sent by email to ~sotirisp/today@lists.sr.ht. If you're not familiar with sending patches over email see here.

#License

Copyright 2020-2022 Sotiris Papatheodorou

This program is Free Software: You can use, study share and improve it at your will. Specifically you can redistribute and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.