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Re: [Orgmode] Docs submitted (Was Re: Advice sought on managing decisi

From: Tom Breton (Tehom)
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Docs submitted (Was Re: Advice sought on managing decision alternatives.)
Date: Tue, 10 Feb 2009 17:45:50 -0500 (EST)
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> On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 8:44 AM, Tom Breton (Tehom) wrote:
> [...]
>> OK, I've add comments, keywords, and some docstrings I forgot to
>> org-choose.el, and I wrote a standalone doc. Both are attached.
> This is very intriguing functionality.  I tried to follow your and
> Casten's
> earlier exchanges but could understand only a little.  So I tried to
> follow
> your tutorial but I am getting stuck at switching the `choosenness' of
> items.
> I get following error when I try to switch to any state from "no state".
> Once
> I assign a state by typing it out manually (as opposed to using state
> switching commands), I can then switch between states but the error
> repeats
> when I try to switch to "MAYBE" state.
> ,----
> | save-excursion: Symbol's function definition is void:
> outline-up-heading-all
> `----

I couldn't reproduce this bug with your test file.

It seemed to have to do with loading, so I restarted emacs without
pre-loading org (ie, I commented it out of my .emacs).  I only found a
dependency on org-agenda, and once that was loaded, no more error.  So I
couldn't reproduce it.

> So far, my understaning is that only one item can be in "YES" state.  If I
> try
> to switch another item to "YES" then the existing "YES" will be demoted
> to "MAYBE".


> So for a two-state choosenness only one item can be in CHOOSE
> state while all others will switch to NOT_CHOOSEN state.. is that
> understanding correct?

Hm, I didn't look at sets with just two states.  Now that I look at it,
yes, that works but not in the best way it could.  Because I never
contemplated "0" and "-" being properties of the same mark, it has to be
speced as something like:

        #+CHOOSE_TODO: NO(n,-) YES(y,0)

Tom Breton (Tehom)

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