2012-09-30, 06:10 AM
For command line, or shell script use, you could make a copy of the python file in the Resources folder of the .scptd package, and use some variant of:
python $HOME/ofoc_to_mindmap_012.py --format=itm --output=$HOME/Desktop/ActiveTasks -m $HOME/Template.itm -l -n -c '2,4' -f 'effectiveActive = 1' -s 'folderEffectiveActive = 1, status = active, dateCompleted is null' -p 'folderEffectiveActive = 1, status = active, dateCompleted is null' -t 'effectiveContainingProjectInfoActive = 1, dateCompleted is null' -i '1'
Which assumes, for the sake of illustration, that the python script, and a small Template.itm
file (containing an example of your preferred formatting and colours for iThoughtsHD) are both in your home directory.
(The help option in the script menu of the Applescript wrapper places a listing of the command line options into the clipboard).
Last edited by RobTrew; 2012-09-30 at 06:26 AM..