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seanh
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A fast note-taking app for the UNIX terminal

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This is my unmaintained archived copy of Terminal Velocity.

Development has moved to Vincent Perricone's fork, you should use this instead: https://github.com/vhp/terminal_velocity

Terminal Velocity (seanh's archived copy)

Terminal Velocity
is a fast note-taking app for the UNIX terminal, that focuses on letting you create or find a note as quickly and easily as possible, then uses your
$EDITOR
to open and edit the note. It is heavily inspired by the OS X app
Notational Velocity 
. For screenshots and features, see the `Terminal Velocity website <http://seanh.github.com/terminalvelocity>`_.

To install Terminal Velocity, run::

pip install terminal_velocity

Then to launch it just run::

terminal_velocity

To use a different notes directory, run::

terminal_velocity path/to/your/notes/dir

To see all the command-line options, run::

terminal_velocity -h

To quit the app, press

ctrl-c
or
ctrl-x
.

To upgrade Terminal Velocity to the latest version, run::

pip install --upgrade terminal_velocity

To uninstall it, run::

pip uninstall terminal_velocity

To make a bug report or feature request, use

GitHub Issues 
_.

To contribute documentation, use

the wiki 
_.

To contribute code to Terminal Velocity, see

CONTRIBUTING 
_.

Hacking

To release a new version of Terminal Velocity:

  1. Increment the version number in the

    setup.py file 
    , add an entry te the
    changelog 
    , commit both changes to git and push them to github. For example, see
    aae87b 
    _.
  2. Upload the new release to

    the terminal_velocity package on pypi 
    _: run
    python setup.py sdist upload -r pypi
    .

For more information see https://packaging.python.org/.

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