[tomboy-list] Using TomBoy from the console
noup.net at gmail.com
Fri Dec 15 06:46:22 PST 2006
Boyd Timothy wrote:
> That's an interesting idea. I'm not sure if anyone's tried that
> before. If someone wanted to write something like this, that'd be
> cool. I don't think it'd ever be used by your standard end-user
Yes, it's more like a power-user feature. I recon, though, that Tomboy
has some command-line parameters that can create notes, open notes, etc.
When i first saw this, i actually thought it was the solution to my needs.
> If someone wanted to try writing something like this, they could
> possibly manipulate the ~/.tomboy/*.notes directly (not recommended),
> or add in additional DBus methods to RemoteControl.cs that a
> command-line utility could access.
Using DBus would require Tomboy to be running for notes to be edited, right?
Note that i probably won't have the time to work on this. Still, it's
good to clarify things if someone else wants to take care of it.
> On 12/14/06, Pedro Castro <noup.net at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I frequently use my computer remotely via SSH. While doing so, many
>> times there are things that i want to add to the TODO list i maintain
>> with Tomboy. But because i'm remotely connected, the option is to make a
>> separate TODO file, and insert it in Tomboy as soon as i go back to my
>> So my question is, how about using Tomboy from the console? Is there a
>> plugin for it?
>> Pedro Castro
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