by Alen Ribic on August 1, 2012
Tagged as: haskell.
Hs-task is an in-code task management utility written in Haskell. I wrote hs-task some time back and finally got around to releasing it into the wild with hopes that others find it useful.
Many IDEs and editors contain some form of built-in task management capabilities. Philosophy behind
hs-task is to provide a standlone, in-code, task management utility that can be interfaced via command-line, IDEs and editors.
hs-task icludes the command-line utilities
task-crunch (see below for usage).
For IDE/editor integration, the Eclipse sample plugin can be located here.
Note that the project is still in its infancy as it is missing some core parts such as the persistence mechanism that will store the in-code task changes.
Comments, issue reports, patches and feedback are more than welcome!
task-find [OPTION…] toplevel_dir|file_path
-R Recurse sub-directories -f Filter by file extention -h This usage info
task-crunch [OPTION…] raw_task
-o Output format (plain | html | xml) -h This usage info
To find all tasks in python source files and then output them as plain text run > task-find -R -f .py ~/Development/python/projects/ | task-crunch
@TODO(bug, mlcomp, #alen, #bob): File path iteration fails on deep recursion | added a test case | H, 6 | "/Users/alen/Development/python/billdozr_env/projects/BilldozrML/src/parser/load_data.py", (14,1), Wed Jul 11 13:23:27 SAST 2012 ...
And for html output run > task-find -R -f .py ~/Development/python/projects/ | task-crunch -o html > /tmp/task-sample.html
List of Todo Task's: Subject: File path iteration fails on deep recursion Action: added a test case Label(s): bug, mlcomp User(s): alen, bob Priority: High Time spent: 6 Source file: /Users/alen/Development/python/billdozr_env/projects/BilldozrML/src/parser/load_data.py Line / Column: (14,1) File modified: Wed Jul 11 13:23:27 SAST 2012 ...
The cool thing here is that we can use the xml supported output which then can be pulled into any Editor/IDE we can build a plugin for.
See: the Eclipse plugin sample I built (barely alpha).
You can locate the project on my GitHub page.