Re: [tasque-list] tasque

On Wed, Nov 5, 2008 at 9:36 PM, Sandy Armstrong <sanfordarmstrong gmail com> wrote:
Hi Alessia,

(I'm CC'ing our mailing list, which is a good place for you to send any
future questions)

What backend system are you using for Tasque?  I think the only options
given in most packaged versions of Tasque are Remember the Milk and
Evolution Data Server.

If you're using Remember the Milk, all of your data is stored at and you just need to reauthenticate when you reinstall.

If you're using Evolution Data Server, you'll need to check with the
Evolution people to see how to migrate your tasks.

For a backup, you need to start evolution and switch to tasks.

Right click on the task list and 'save to disk'
For restoring the data , again evolution, file->import .


If you are somehow using the Local File backend (which is buggy and
shouldn't really be included in Tasque packages), you'll want to copy
over ~/.config/tasque/sqlitebackend.db.

You can save your preferences, too, by copying over ~/.config/preferences.

Hope this helps,

Calvin Gaisford wrote:
> Alessia,
> I was the original developer that created Tasque, but I haven't worked
> on it for some time.  There are a couple of other developers that now
> maintain it.  I've copied Brian Merrell and Sandy Armstrong, they may
> have more current information that what I will be able to provide.
> Thanks!
> -Calvin
> On Sat, Nov 1, 2008 at 9:30 AM, Alessia <alemim gmail com> wrote:
>> Hallo
>> I'm a new user of this interesting todo manager app. I have a question for
>> wich I haven't yet found an answer surfing in the web: Is there a way to
>> save/esport  the tasks list ( also completed task) in case of a
>> re-installation of the OS .
>> Thank you and excuse me if you aren't the Tasque developer or maintener
>> Best regards
>> Alessia

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