Download source tarball or access code repository here.
Latest stable release:
Command reference taskwarrior 2.5.1: task-2.5.1.ref.pdf
See supported platforms for operating systems.
Build the task program according to the directions in the INSTALL file. This transcript illustrates a typical installation:
$ ls task-2.5.0.tar.gz $ tar xzvf task-2.5.0.tar.gz $ cd task-2.5.0 $ cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=release . ... $ make ... $ sudo make install
(For those of you wishing to build task from source on Cygwin, you will need some components installed (make, g++/clang, GnuTLS, libuuid, libreadline), but don't forget - task is a standard part of the Cygwin distribution, so you do not need to build from source, unless you want the latest development snapshot).
Ensure that the installed task program is in your PATH environment variable. On startup, task will check to see if it can find the configuration file and task directory, and if not found, will ask you whether it may create both.
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|Red Hat Enterprise Linux||task has been submitted to the EPEL repositories of Fedora. Please refer to the EPEL documentation||-|
|FreeBSD||To install the port:
To add the package:
|Mac OS X||
|Cygwin||Add it during setup||Windows XP SP3|
Bash on Ubuntu on Windows 10:
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Get the whole source and history from our git repository. You will need git installed.
master branch represents the latest stable
release. All other branches are development branches,
All other branches are development branches, and are works in progress and may not pass all quality tests, therefore may harm your data. While we welcome bug reports from the development branch, we do not guarantee proper or timely fixes.
git clone https://git.tasktools.org/scm/tm/task.git
Example backup command:
$ tar czf ~/.task/task-backup-$(date +'%Y%m%d').tar.gz ~/.task/*
Please contact us if you wish to download prior versions.