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[Orgmode] Re: Patch for resolving "away time" when clocked in

From: Jeff Kowalczyk
Subject: [Orgmode] Re: Patch for resolving "away time" when clocked in
Date: Fri, 16 Oct 2009 17:02:48 +0000 (UTC)
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John Wiegley <jwiegley <at> gmail.com> writes:
> On Oct 16, 2009, at 10:25 AM, Jeff Kowalczyk wrote:
> > I applied the patch against 93f396, and on Emacs 23.1 I get an error  
> > when clocking in. The error happens the first clock-in for
> > each Emacs session, but the 'invalid timer' message shows for
> > subsequent clock-in/out.
> In org-clock.el, on line 236, please change that line to:
> (defvar org-clock-left-over-time nil
> And see if this resolves your problem. 

Thank you. With that change there are no more visible errors or backtraces.

> I am unable to reproduce the  
> cancel-timer failure here.  Please load org-clock.el into Emacs and  
> type M-x eval-buffer and then trigger it again, that I may see the  
> complete stack trace.

No error anymore as mentioned above.

I'm not sure I'm triggering the new functionality correctly. In the scratch
buffer, I eval'd:

(setq org-clock-idle-time 1)

Next, I created an Org buffer with one TODO file, and clocked in, and took my
hands off the computer. I waited three minutes, then clocked out.

* Worklog
** TODO Task 1
   CLOCK: [2009-10-16 Fri 09:42]--[2009-10-16 Fri 09:46] =>  0:04

Was I supposed to be prompted to resolve some minutes when clocking out after
the org-clock-idle-time had elapsed?


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