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[MirageOS-devel] Fwd: cuekeeper

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On Wednesday 29 April 2015 10:34:24 you wrote:
> On 29 April 2015 at 08:50, Jos van den Oever <jos@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > On Wednesday 29 April 2015 09:25:04 you wrote:
> >> Hello Thomas,
> >>
> >> Awesome blog post on cuekeeper. I'm very impressed with the extensive
> >> description. This project may finally get me to start using GTD. I've
> >> been
> >> putting it off because, well, no time to write decent software for it and
> >> could not find any good software for it.
> >>
> >> In a quick try I was not yet able to compile it (i'm on NixOS which is eh
> >> special).
> I haven't tried it, but expect it should build if you can get a recent
> opam version installed, which is usually quite easy. What error did
> you get?
> >> How do you mean to keep this project going forward? I've just
> >> leaned haskell (writing a personal proxy in it atm) and reading on scala
> >> now. I guess OCaml should be next. How stable will the file format of
> >> cuekeeper be? Will it be compatible with git? I guess it's currently some
> >> sort of a JSON dict converted to and fro to nested parenthesis notation.
> I'm already using it for my own todo list, so I'll keep it working and
> make sure there's an upgrade path to any new format. The disk format
> is described here (the "type" declarations at the start):
>   https://github.com/talex5/cuekeeper/blob/master/lib/ck_disk_node.ml
> The Git backend doesn't currently run in the browser, but it should be
> possible (I sometimes make the unit tests use a real Git repository
> when debugging, so I can look at the results with gitk).
> Not sure how much more development there is to do, but I'm planning to
> get remote sync working at least.
> > small addition: i tested in chromium because firefox 37 gives me this
> > warning.>
> >"This operation is insecure"
> Haven't seen that before, but a Google search suggests you might have
> cookies disabled (which in turn disables local storage, which
> CueKeeper uses to notify other tabs of changes).
> OK if I CC this to the mirage list? That's probably the best place for
> discussion.

sure, i'll reply to a cc-ed version.


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