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Re: [Orgmode] Lock CLOSED tag

From: Alan Boudreault
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Lock CLOSED tag
Date: Fri, 17 Jul 2009 11:16:37 -0400
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Hi Bastien,

When I said "todo tag"... I meant "todo keyword". Here's a example of what I'm 
trying to achieve:

*** FIXED a bug                       
      CLOSED: [2009-07-08 Wed 16:49]

By mistake, I can set the item to "Reopened" by example. And If I switch it 
back to the proper todo keywork "FIXED". The closed property is overwrited. 

I'm trying to block the update of the CLOSED Property IF it already exist.

Thanks For your help, and sorry for my english: I'm a french canadian ;)

On July 17, 2009 10:27:15 am Bastien wrote:
> Hi Alan,
> Alan Boudreault <address@hidden> writes:
> > I've take a look at the code you sugested to me. It didn't work. After
> > further documentation reading... it's definitively normal. "CLOSED" is
> > not a todo tag string... but a property (logdone). At this point, I have
> > two choice:
> I assumed your original question was about locking a CLOSED todo
> keywords...
> > - If a similar hook exist for the property update when a tag has changed
> No.  For now `org-blocker-hook' can only handle todo changes.
> > - Make a string list with all my "closed/done/fixed ... tags" and block
> > those changes. This way, I'll force a manual tag change when the current
> > tag is a closed one.
> I don't understand...  can you give an example?
> > But, I would prefer the first idea because I normally  switch my todo tag
> > with shift+(left|right)... so it pass through my 3 different todo
> > sequences.
> What you mean by "todo tag" is a TODO keyword, right?  "Tag" has as
> special meaning in Org.  I think what you try to achieve can be better
> achieved wigth TODO keywords than with tags.
> Please do insist if I don't cleerly understand.

Alan Boudreault

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