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Re: [Orgmode] Lock CLOSED tag

From: Alan Boudreault
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Lock CLOSED tag
Date: Fri, 17 Jul 2009 11:39:50 -0400
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That will not work... because I have all those todo keyword that also means 

Done, Delegated, deferred, wont fix, fixed, canceled.

That's why I said that I should pass through a list that contain all keywords. 
But... that wont work properly if I want to set my item to the "BUG" keyword 
passing with shift+arrow because I have 3 different sequences defined. 
Anyway.. will try to find the proper solution for that.


On July 17, 2009 11:29:03 am Bastien wrote:
> Alan Boudreault <address@hidden> writes:
> > 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.
> Then try this instead:
> --8<---------------cut here---------------start------------->8---
> (add-hook 'org-blocker-hook 'my-blocker-function)
> (defun my-blocker-function (change-plist)
>   "Prevent TODO changes if the TODO keyword is FIXED."
>   (not (equal (plist-get change-plist :from) "FIXED")))
> --8<---------------cut here---------------end--------------->8---
> > I'm trying to block the update of the CLOSED Property IF it already
> > exist.
> If the CLOSED property is only set the first time you switch to FIXED,
> and if the FIXED todo keyword prevents any todo change, then the blocked
> FIXED todo keyword should prevent the CLOSED property to change.
> > Thanks For your help, and sorry for my english: I'm a french canadian
> > ;)
> Ah!  Je vous en prie :)

Alan Boudreault

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