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gotma: console based pomodoros

gotma is a command line utility for doing pomodoros[1]. see the man page
for more command line usage.


DEPENDENCIES
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gotma is written in Go, so you need to have a working Go installation.
it also uses the plan9 mk(1) system, which can be obtained from [2].


TEXT-TO-SPEECH
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the program looks for an executable file named "say" in the path, expecting
that given the command line `say some text`, it will speak 'some text'.
one is provided on os x; if you have festival (or don't mind installing
festival), i've written a small 'say' program available from [3].


INSTALLING
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to install to /usr/local:
        mk && sudo mk install
to remove:
        sudo mk uninstall

to install to ${HOME}:
        mk install PREFIX=${HOME}
to remove:
        mk uninstall PREFIX=${HOME}


AUTHOR
------
gotma was written by kyle isom <kyle@tyrfingr.is>.

LICENSE
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gotma is released under a dual ISC / public domain license. see the
LICENSE file for details.


BUGS
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the installer won't install the man page properly in some cases (e.g.
os x). this is because those operating systems


LINKS
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[1] http://www.pomodorotechnique.com
[2] http://www.swtch.com/plan9port/unix
[3] https://www.bitbucket.org/kisom/say