This makes eshell completion use drop down menues instead of the standard
complete-until-ambiguous style I am used to. Moreover, in Org Babel shell
source blocks, ivy completion in region causes a drop down menu of possible
commands to appear after a block has been created and entered for the first
time, which not only is annoying, but also sometimes causes to cursor to
disappear (set `cursor-type' to 'bar to revert).
The builtin default of 128 is too low, resulting in recently used commands to be
forgotten quickly, so let's use a more conservative (in the literal sense of the
word) value. Customization still takes precendence over this new default,
Apparently, with the advent of Emacs 27.1, Gnus clears up everything before
startup. Sadly, this also removes any initialized registry, such that we are
left with an uninitialized registry on startup. To remedy this, let's postpone
the registry setup right after Gnus has started.
This leads to errors when forgetting to fetch the complete article before
forwarding it. Moreover, redisplaying the article sometimes leads to a
completely fetched article to be displayed only partially again, resulting in
repeated fetched. Finally, the performance gain is not worth the effort in my
setup, so let's just disable it.
Sometimes an instance of a periodic tasks requires individual subtasks. In this
case, refiling there is very helpful. In other cases, the extra entries should
not be disturbing too much, I think … I hope.
There are often small tasks that do not require the former minimum of
15 minutes, resulting in effort estimations that are too high. Conversely,
larger tasks are often hard to estimate correctly, which is why the higher
numbers are now further apart.
Include all headlines in Org agenda files and as well as all extra text search
files in interactive selections. To make this more managable, introduce a
dedicated function to query the user for a target item.
F9 is a comparably prominent key binding, and we now bind it to the more
important `db/org-add-link-to-other-item'. The formar binding to
`db/org-find-links-to-current-item' is bound to F11 now, since it will still be
used often, but not more often then inserting links (I think). The old binding
for F11 to `org-capture' has not been used much, and so we can dispense of it.
The main entry point is now `db/org-find-links-to-current-item', which decides
how to obtain the ID and CUSTOM_ID of the item to look for. The main work is
done by `db/org-find-items-linking-to-id', which does some checks, build the
query, and then calls `org-search-view' (which, indeed, does the actual work).
Users should call `db/org-find-links-to-current-item' only.
It is not clear what function really changes the matching data, but it's called
by `org-roam--id-link-face', and this is where we save the matching data now.
TODO: check whether this has been reported or even fixed upstream.