A windows to-do list. priority, state(status), short and long description, start and due and completed dates with calendar date picker, %completed, sorting. windows 2000 and up (unicode). should run under WINE. has NSIS installer.
currently this uses an Update Item button to update the database record. I may be able to fix this at some point in the future, but right now mingw-w64 doesn't compile UNIX style C++ stuff, and mingw doesn't create 64-bit executables. so I am stuck with autoit for now.
- percent completed
- priority (None, Low, Med, Hi)
- States (Not Started, In Progress, Waiting, Stalled, Dependency, Completed)
- short and long description
- start, due, and completed dates with calendar picker
- notification that due date has passed
- dropdown list of short descriptions
- sort dropdown list by start date, due date, completed date, priority, state, short desc
- until I can get a C++ GUI toolkit I can use and learn to use it, I must have an Update Item button.
Hi Jim I have done some testing on your to-do-list for Windows v1.2. Here are some issues: memory consumption increases when To-do-list is used, after 2 hours it used 400 MB. I have a feeling it might be because the date picker fields flicker. Date Picker doesn't work on my Windows 7 64-bit, High DPI. Also, the User Interface is a bit cluttered, some buttons are truncated, and there is no space on the edges. It would also be nice to have a list of my todo:s in the software, to get an overview. Regards, Rikard