I've been trying to get todo.sh to work on Ubuntu 14.04.
I'd like to store my todo.txt in a Dropbox folder, e.g.
So I update the config file like this:
# === EDIT FILE LOCATIONS BELOW ===
# Your todo.txt directory
export TODO_DIR=`dirname "$0"`
# Your todo/done/report.txt locations
No matter where I put the config file: it exists as $HOME/.todo/config, as todo.cfg in the same directory as todo.sh, as .todo.cfg in the same directory - it consistently ignores the setting in the config file and creates a todo.txt, done.txt and report.txt in the same dir as todo.sh.
Actually, I want to put todo.sh in my ~/bin directory which is in my $PATH, but I thought at first that this was the reason for todo.sh ignoring the config settings.
So I put it to the $HOME dir and started it from there. It does everything except accessing the todo.txt in the Dropbox folder.
Even if I alias like this:
alias t='/home/blah/todo.sh -d /home/blah/.todo/config'
it completely ignores the setting in the said config file.
Any ideas what could be going wrong here?
Posted by: "A. Irmak" <a.irmak-Mmb7MZpHnFY@public.gmane.org>