cards

a command-line tool for reviewing flashcards
git clone https://github.com/tanguyandreani/cards
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commit 61b3c24c370495a9da422c6b2e1168cebf31e661
parent 7d7b1ed5bd48357aa2e2fa0dc71c0a2ac2ef4324
Author: Tanguy Andreani <dev@tanguy.space>
Date:   Tue,  9 Apr 2019 23:21:05 +0200

fixed: better readme

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diff --git a/readme b/readme @@ -1,8 +1,35 @@ -See https://soykaf.me/2019-03-28-exg.html +Online resources (older->newer) + + https://soykaf.me/2019-03-28-exg.html + https://soykaf.me/2019-04-05-45Y.html + https://soykaf.me/assets/cards2.mp4 + +Tutorial Edit cards.csv and save your session by typing !save while studying +Here is a typical cards.csv: + + front1,back1, + front2,back2, + ... + +If you want cards.c to know which cards to show first, you'll have to +fill the last field of each line with a number. The higher it is the +earlier the card will appear. This number is altered by cards.c when you +type !save. + +If you want your cards to appear in the same order as in cards.csv, run +this: + + cat cards.csv | awk 'BEGIN{i=1000}{print $0 i--}' > cards2.csv.csv + +Credits + This project includes files from csv_parser - (https://github.com/semitrivial/csv_parser) + + https://github.com/semitrivial/csv_parser + +Development notes Known to compile and run on Debian Stretch and FreeBSD 12