Getting gtk-ruby installed is a bit tricky, look into the comments for getting it installed. Also, you don’t necessarily need Emacs to use this application.
Another important thing is, it stores your todos and metadata files in a directory called, ~/snippets, so make sure you have that directory. Although newer version of app, automatically checks for the directory. I put up lots of bug fixes, and a tab for viewing completed tasks too, So make sure you are using latest version. Thanks.
Install it with:
sudo gem install swat-1.0.2.gem
Curse me for making this app if you will. But the truth is all the todo applications in GNU/Linux suck, then I thought ok, may be they do not suck enough. So, with some ruby skills at my disposal, I wrote a todo application in Gtk Ruby.
So whats swat?
Swat is a todo list manager for Gnome & Emacs.
Heck : Emacs?
- Manage your todos, add them according to priority and category.
- Move your todos to wish list, when not feeling like working on them.
- libtomboy bindings for global shortcut(Alt-F11).
- Nice stats for number of tasks finished and added.
- All your todos are in a .org file and hence can be managed from Emacs as well.
- System tray integration.
- Alt-F11 : from anywhere, brings the todo window to front.
- Esc : to dismiss todo window.
- Control-N : to add a todo.
- sudo gem install swat