Installing the Habitican Curse
For those familiar in installing Python scripts, you can use PIP to install Habitican Curse (PIP comes installed with Python 2.7 or greater, and Python 3.4 and greater). Simply type in your command line processor:
pip install habitican_curse
To run Habitician Curse, type in your command line:
If you are on Windows, you can enable Curse using
pip install windows-curses. This is required as Windows does not come preinstalled with it enabled, unlike Linux and MacOS.
On intial launch, the program will ask for your user ID, and your API key. Note that these are stored in plain text in the
.habiticarc file, so make sure you do not allow the file to be accessed from other users, and you save it to your user area only.
habitican-curse to run, and
:q to exit. Below are commands that can be used with the tool:
habitican-curse- Run the program
:help- View detailed description of all the commands.
- Use arrow keys for movement. You can also the Vim-style h, j, k, l bindings for movement.
mto mark an item for toggling its completion status. Press
-for habits. Press the key again to unmark it. Similarly press
dto toggle deletion status
:wto write any changes to server. The
completedstatus for the marked items changes. Health, Gold, XP are automatically updated.
:rto reload the tasks from the server - basically rebooting the interface.
cto display the checklist(if any) for the highlighted task. Press arrow keys to navigate,
dfor delete, and
ENTERfor changing name etc. Press enter on
Add an Itemto add a new checklist item.
:ehto create a TODO, Daily and a Habit respectively.
:set <options>will modify a task. See
:helpfor more details.
- If you are a member of a party, you can type
:partyto display the chat messages and quest details (if any).
:data-displayto display some basic details like "Est. Damage to You", "Est. Damage to Party", "Est. Damage to Boss" etc.
To uninstall, simply go into command prompt, type
pip uninstall habitican-curse, and press
y when prompted.