TooDue is a PHP-based To-Do list manager. It supports prioritization, labeling, and hierarchical items.
I finally got around to updating Subversion yesterday. It now has version 0.1.8 as well as the mods, and some defunct versions that were never finished.
After a long hiatus, I finally got around to writing TooDue 0.1.8. This release fixes a number of bugs and adds a few features that I've wanted for a while. It addsbasic password protection in case it is installed on a public server, and included an update checker. Most importantly, the new version uses the Smarty templating engine. This allows even more customizaton of themes. It also seperates the display logic from the application logic, as the two were getting badly tangled up. Download the new version: http://sourceforge.net/projects/toodue/files/toodue-0.1.8.zip/download
TooDue 0.1.7 is now available. It features a redesigned mods architecture, a number of bugfixes, and a redesigned installer.
TooDue 0.2.0 will be a complete rewrite of TooDue, featuring templates, plug-ins, support for multiple types of databases, and a completely rewritten codebase. TooDue was originally written for me only, and later put on the Internet. Because of this, it has some extremely rough edges, which will be fixed when 0.2.0 comes out.
The latest version of TooDue (0.1.6) is now available. It fixes a number of bugs in earlier versions, and adds several new features.
* Capability to add demo mode (coming soon)
* Ability to add table prefixes (eg. `toodue_data` instead of `data`)
TooDue v0.1.5 is now available. It fixes the SQL injection attack problem, which was a major reason not to use TooDue. It also fixes several other bugs which confused the interface.
The first release of TooDue (v1.1.0) is now available! Please bear with me while I configure the SourceForge page.
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This page was last modified 26 Jun 2012 11:25:00 PM UTC