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Re: [Orgmode] Args out of range when creating TODOs

From: Carsten Dominik
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Args out of range when creating TODOs
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2007 11:21:57 +0200

I cannot reproduce this.

- Carsten

On Oct 25, 2007, at 11:05 AM, Tassilo Horn wrote:


I didn't follow the org development for the last few weeks, so maybe
this is no bug but a misconfiguration by me.  Anyway, I've set

    org-use-fast-todo-selection t
    org-todo-keywords '((sequence "TODO(t)" "STARTED(s)" "WAITING(w)"
                         "|" "DONE(d)" "DEFERRED(f)" "CANCELLED(c)"))

When I want to create a new TODO headline I do

    *** C-c C-t

which pops up the *Org Tags* buffer with my todo keywords. Now I select
`t' and get (control letters in byte-code deleted)

Debugger entered--Lisp error: (args-out-of-range 0 1)
  replace-match(#(" TODO " 0 1 nil 1 5 (face org-todo) 5 6 nil) t t)
byte-code("Æ .Ç!..È.Sb.ÇÉ ÊQ!..ÇÊ!.Ë .Ì .Í.ÎÏÐÑ#*.Ò\fÅ\".Ò\fÓ \"address@hidden@!.B×.B.C \"address@hidden@address@hidden ‰.KA.L.M.œ.NÛ.ƒ..OÜ=. —.N.œ.O.œ.OÜ=.œ.Ý .î.NÞ.ƒº.O. .M.º.ßàáâ.J\"ÏÑ address@hidden@address@hidden@.û.JG.LG ZåZ.J8.î.J.Pæ.P! @).î.OÑ=..Nç.ƒ.Ï.N.î.N.“.NÚ.ƒ-.Ï.î.Nè=. address@hidden@address@hidden address@hidden@)address@hidden address@hidden@address@hidden>.í. address@hidden@.î.Ï.U.ü.ð.UðQ.ý.ð.Vñòó.@ address@hidden .ö.÷ø.W\"address@hidden@.U#. address@hidden@.U#.üýÏ\".þ.VÑ.#.ÿ.A!.Z.û.a.b.V! \".B.~.Ö.U!.B×.B.C\"address@hidden>.°.û.d.YG×.U.Y \".Y>GZ.e.Z.YG.f.g.×.U.Y\"ð#$.U.Q.?.Z.ƒT.N.h.>.T.
address@hidden „..i.Ï.j.#.X.T.k.U.U.l.#. address@hidden \".k.é.U.l.#.].e.^.e.n.ÏÑ \".o.p.!.U.Q.ƒz.q. .N..U.Q.„.Ö.U!.B.r.s. .t. .u.B $.v. .Õ.n.Õ.Š.w.Õ!.Ç._!).Õ.`å.†Á.Õ.å\ \W.Õ.å.†Î.Õ.b.x. .`.å.Š.y.`.W\")..‡" [outline- regexp org-todo-regexp startpos save-match-data-internal logging org-log-done org-back-to-heading looking-at 0 " +" " *" line- beginning-position match-data ((byte-code "ÁÂ\"." [save-match- data-internal set-match-data evaporate] 3)) org-entry-get nil "LOGGING" t org-parse-local-options org-log-repeat match-string 1 org-get-todo-sequence-head assoc 3 4 "" (4) prefix org-fast-todo- selection (4) completing-read "State: " mapcar #[(x) "C." [x] 1] right left 2 last (4) none done nextset previousset reverse prefix- numeric-value sequence (type priority) " " :type ...] 10)

When I write the TODO manually I can switch between states with C-c C-t
without problems.

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