Thank you, I remember our discussion about your notes script!
Recently I had the need to be able to log notes per day and I started writing this script. As the days were passing by, I added more and more functionality. I hope you find it useful (there's more to be added).
So glad to hear that :D
Thank you :)
I've currently tested it on Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 19.10 and Debian 9 Stretch. It's a bash script, I think it can execute successfully on other distros but I can't know for sure.
I do know that it couldn't run in OSX though but thanks to contributors a workaround that uses the gdate...
I made a CLI tool to save, access and organize daily notes.
I named it stup, it derives from the Standup meetings since its initial purpose was to cover my need for keeping my Standup notes in a convenient way.
You can find the script and more information about its features on GitHub...
I published a post providing ways for removing duplicate lines from text files keeping the original order and a thorough explanation of how the awk one-liner works.
Hope you find it useful
@JasKinasis Thanks! I really appreciate the feedback "works well in Cygwin on my Windows PC", that's awesome :D
I haven't seen your code yet but note that this is a pretty straightforward and simple script. Your's has more logic than this!
I published a bash utility named goto. The tool allows users to navigate to directories using an alias that was previously explicitly defined.
Its best feature is the autocomplete functionality making navigation pretty fast.
A user may register a directory with...