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User & Date: base@atomicules.co.uk 2016-12-04 16:04:22
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Add a tomorrow command to fetch tomorrow's todos

Since there is no way to interact with todos from tomorrow don't number
these when outputing them. Rename some variable names from todays_date
to date since they can be any date really.

Really I should think about how to make this work nicely with todos on
any date, but for now this will do. check-in: 674b1e8fba user: base@atomicules.co.uk tags: origin/issue1, trunk, master

2016-12-04
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Add note about used to use Network.Curl check-in: 5f083ddb12 user: base@atomicules.co.uk tags: origin/issue1, trunk, master
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#Haskerdeux - A Simple Command Line Client for Teuxdeux in Haskell

Written with the dual purpose of being a learning exercise for Haskell and also because I really wanted a command line tool for [Teuxdeux](http://teuxdeux.com). As it stands this is a bit rough and ready, but it does work.



##Status

Alive! Official status is "Messy and works for me, unlikely to improve"; It was dead for years because I didn't think it was possible to get the new API to work.


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#Haskerdeux - A Simple Command Line Client for Teuxdeux in Haskell

Written with the dual purpose of being a learning exercise for Haskell and also because I really wanted a command line tool for [Teuxdeux](http://teuxdeux.com). As it stands this is a bit rough and ready, but it does work.

It used to use Network.Curl, but I can't get that to work anymore so I'm doing straight system calls to curl which means it's not very Haskelly and ultimately a bit of a pointless use of Haskell, but it's for me, so there.

##Status

Alive! Official status is "Messy and works for me, unlikely to improve"; It was dead for years because I didn't think it was possible to get the new API to work.


##Requirements