Provided by: gtg_0.3.1-1_all
gtcli - Command-line interface for Getting Things GNOME!
gtgcli [options] COMMAND [command options]
gtgcli provides a handy command-line interface to GTG. It allows one to list and modify your task directly from the command line. It also allows one to interact with GTG using shell scripts.
-h, --help Prints some information about gtg's usage and options.
new Creates a new task. show <tid> Display task with <tid> task ID. edit <tid> Opens the GUI editor for the task with <tid> task ID. delete <tid> Removes task with <tid> task ID. list [all|today|<filter>|<tag>] List tasks corresponding to the given attributes. search <expression> Search tasks corresponding to <expression>. Read the documentation from GTG's help to know more about the search query syntax. count [all|today|<filter>|<tag>] Outputs the task count for all the task corresponding to the given attributes. summary [all|today|<filter>|<tag] Report how many tasks starting/due each day. postpone <tid> <date> Updates the start date of the task with <tid> task id to <date>. close <tid> Sets state of task identified by <tid> to done. browser [hide|show] Hides or shows the task browser window.
Please report any bug you may experience to the GTG Developers, that can be reached at https://edge.launchpad.net/gtg
This manual page is Copyright 2012 Bertrand Rousseau <firstname.lastname@example.org>. Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 3 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation.