I think I just did it wrong, so let's try adding a note by calling
`org-add-note` directly. So far it's working better, but I am not quite sure
whether I really did it right this time. In any way, `org-add-note` keeps track
of all the bookkeeping for taking notes, so my code is simpler now :)
This allows both a more fine-grained and more flexible control over where
templates can be located and which templates are suppoed to be used for the item
at point. This function could also be bound to a custom key binding to make it
easier to invoke.
Instead of going upward from the end, we now just start from the beginning and
skip all drawers we may encounter. This should also allow to copy subtrees in
templates, although adjustments to the headline indentations might be necessary
if the template and point are on different levels.
Using `insert` directly makes use of character conversion and may scramble the
byte when inserting into the buffer (indeed, `insert` does not seem to insert
the byte, but the characters whose code-points is given in the string; same for
Excluding NOTEs as refile targets also excludes them as jump targets for C-u C-c
C-w, which is bad. Better move all NOTEs out of the main task list into a
separate notes.org or something.
This reverts commit 90b6e91051.
NOTEs are meant to hold information for the project at hand, and not to collect
tasks, because NOTEs are meant to live longer than those tasks. Use dedicated
subprojects to group tasks. Task may (and probably should) refer to NOTEs for
keeping long lasting information, though.
Iterating over the current set of file names may not work when no files are
given (in which case all agenda files should be visisted). However, instead of
fixing the set of files, it should be more robust to find all referenced buffers
by iterating over the markers of the entries. In that case, even if a file is
visited by multiple buffers, we can be sure that the right buffers are referesh
before the timeline is redrawn.
When listing files, it's not relevant whether the file is readable or whether
a symbolic link points to a non-existing file. What matters is that the file
itself exists, either as a file or as a symbolic link.
This is relevant when using `git annex find` to list files matching some search
This allows the same copy behavior as before (apart from newly introduced bugs,
that is), but in addition gives the possibility to copy bodies of arbitraty
items that can be choosen interactively. This might come in handy when copying
general checklists from anywhere in the main Org mode file to the current task.
So far, only a toggle for playing and pausing was available. Providing a
shortcut for `emms-stop` makes unconditionally sure the music is stoped.
Funnily(?), this also replaces an obsolete shortcut for `emms-show`.
So far, we only considered one link in a headline and replaced it with its
description when linking to it. When there are multiple links, this will fail.
This commit changes this by iterating over all links in the headline, not only
the first one.
When inserting links to other Org items or to the currently clocked-in item, the
complete target headline is used as a description in the newly inserted link.
When that target headline is itself a link, the newly inserted link will contain
the complete link as a description, rendering it unreadable and also
malformed (it's not allowed to have two consequtive brackets in the description
of a link). To remedy this, we now explicitly check the target headline for
being a link, and if so, only use the description of it as the description in
the newly inserted link.
When the link to another item is already present in the history of
`org-store-link`, nothing is updated. Inserting the topmost link then results
in a wrong link being inserted.
Not using `org-store-link` at all fixes this problem and also leaves the history
of `org-store-link` untouched. It also simplifies the implementation by not
relying on the complexity of `org-store-link`, but instead just only using
`org-entry-get` and `org-id-get-create`.
The `default-buffer` is apparently not optional when the current buffer is not
associated with a file. If `default-buffer` is missing and the current buffer
is not a file-buffer, e.g., a note buffer, then `org-refile-get-targets` fails.
When finding the location of an Org mode item to link to,
`org-refile-get-location` may return a point even if the target buffer is not
the default buffer. Resolving point in the default buffer thus yields a false
marker and the inserted link is wrong. To remedy this, also consider the file
name returned by `org-refile-get-location` to resolve point in the file buffer
for that file.