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[Orgmode] ignoring non-existent agenda files

From: Daniel Clemente
Subject: [Orgmode] ignoring non-existent agenda files
Date: Wed, 9 Sep 2009 09:53:44 +0200

Hi, I recently got this message after starting Emacs daemon:

 non-existent file ~/some/repo/index.org.. [R]emove from list or [A]bort?

1. It wasn't clear to me who issued this message; I thought it would
be recentf or tramp rather than org-mode. Maybe the message could give
some hint about the agenda: „non-existent agenda file …“

2. This question prevented emacs --daemon from starting
non-interactively; that's not nice. I think this minor question
shouldn't block emacs' startup. Maybe via (3.)

3. I don't mind if an agenda file doesn't exist. I have a different
set of .org files in each computer, and my org-agenda-files is a
superset of all. I would prefer a preference to request all
non-existing agenda files to be ignored.

-- Daniel

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