Jul 20, 2023

Simple to-do list manager

The program allows you to set up a tree of actions starting from an invisible root and going down to as many levels as you specify. Associated with each action is a descriptive note, a done/ not done flag, an optional priority and an optional completion date more to come. Zorro stores your to-do list in the file ~/.zorrodb and it reads the file ~/.zorrorc on startup. There are quite a lot of configurable items - look at the file DOTzorrorc for further details.

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