Glista aims to be a very simple personal to-do list manager that does what it's supposed to, and does not get in your way.
Its main focus is to stay a very simple tool. Task tracking is a trivial part of daily work (or life) and that it should stay trivial.
Glista is free software. This means you can use it for free with no restrictions. You are also free to redistribute and modify it under the conditions specified in the GNU General Public License.
What is different about Glista?
Well, this is hard to answer. There are many to-do applications out there, in many shapes and forms ranging from web applications, to desktop widgets, to stickey-notes like apps. I have tried and dumped many of them over the past years, and was looking to scratch my own itch by writing the tool that would be just right for me.
The key issue in my opinion is simplicity. With many of these apps, tracking my tasks became an additional task to preform. Glista tries to be so trivial, and with as little features as possible, so that it would integrate seamlessly into my daily work routines.
It works for me - and hopefully it will work for others as well.
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What's New in This Release:
- Notes Support
- Single-instance execution through libUnique
- Memory leak fixes and code reorganization