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How do I read Task Settings please?
reddit.com/r/tasker | 2021-05-04
[Discussion] - Who is using Project / Profile / Task Variables, when, where and how?
reddit.com/r/tasker | 2021-03-13
Also after going through tasker_config_utils that's pretty amazing!reddit.com/r/tasker | 2021-03-13
You can run cat /path in Run Shell to get the xml content. Then probably use structured output to get the values. You have to get the ids somehow. Probably structured output could work on a data backup or possibly use tasker_config_utils. Extracting them directly from a tasker backup could work too.
[Task Share] Format Task Description For Markdown
reddit.com/r/tasker | 2021-03-03
It's not the printing that's the issue, it's actually reading the xml. I'm using sed command to read the xml nodes with regexes, line by line, so indentation of each node and sub node is very important to know when each node ends safely. There are utilities available for xml parsing but they might not work as easily for the craziness I'm doing. Also sed makes it very easy to get or match tags above and below something with regexes, something like that would likely not be that easy to implement with xml parsers easily if at all. Running random regexes to get random stuff is pretty easy this way.
Need to do the collision handling alert
reddit.com/r/tasker | 2020-12-23
No Thanks! I already have enough horror stories to last a lifetime :p