hulo: a log for humans.
Your code has commit messages,
capture all the other stuff with hulo.
When working on large or multiple projects, keep track of what you were thinking when you last looked at the code. With hulo you can commit a simple log file along with your code and use the handy command-line tool to update it with the latest meat-space thinking around the project.
$ npm i hulo -g
Hulo will log your message to hulo.db file stored in your user directory.
$ hulo log "I love hulo!"
$ hulo last
Read it (coming soon)
- last log at current directory
- last log at on current branch
- last log at on branch xxxx
- last log at on current repo
- last log at on repo xxxx
- last log by me
- last log by xxxxx
Read the last 3
$ hulo last 3
$ hulo count coffee 1
Along with the message hulo will record the date and time, the current working directory from where you logged the message.
If the message was logged in a git repository, hulo will also record repository name and branch.
All this information will help you pull out the right information when you need it