Taskmanagement, your way!
Main goal is to make your inline-todos more useful. This is achieved by giving your task labels; With labels you can easily sort and filter your tasks by priority, date and so on. The output should be friendly towards other issue-trackers, so one does not exclude the other.
Make sure you install ntask globally "__-g__"
$ npm install ntask -g
Start tracking a project
$ cd <projectdir> $ t init
$ t update .
$ t find ""
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