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Re: [Orgmode] Re: Proposed key binding changes: archiving and attachment
Re: [Orgmode] Re: Proposed key binding changes: archiving and attachments
Fri, 6 Nov 2009 16:42:02 +0100
On Nov 6, 2009, at 2:40 PM, Friedrich Delgado Friedrichs wrote:
Now that I've hit the update, I've noticed two things:
C-c C-x C-a unexpectedly moved a tree to an archive file. Seems I
didn't really pay a lot attention to the discussion, so I simply set
org-archive-default-command to my preferred value org-toggle-archive-
Now in the agenda 'a' asked for confirmation, which is as discussed,
but I'm not really happy with this, because I had to remap "a" in
org-agenda-keymap (and then I learned that it's different from org-
agenda-mode-map, which I didn't know) to org-agenda-archive-default.
If someone upgrades to the next release of org-mode, wouldn't it
offer a smoother migration path to:
- set org-archive-default-command to something that asks for
confirmation and reminds the user that he can set it to another
value, to get rid of the question
- and then use this command for both C-c C-x C-a in files and 'a' in
That way the user gets reminded before he breaks something, but only
has to customise things once.
Just an idea.
That is an idea, but with the fast update schedule of Org, this would
quickly lead to a big mess in prompts and settings to be made, so I
do not think this is practical.
The issue with org-agenda-keymap and org-agenda-mode-map has to
do with the mouse - maybe this is not really necessary - I made this
when I did not really understand keymaps very well, a looong time
ago. I'll take another look.
(Sorry for the long lines, I'm writing this in vi, because emacs on
homebox isn't running... long story.)
Carsten Dominik schrieb:
These are convincing arguments from you all, so I will leave things
are, except that I will make "a" in the agenda prompt for [y]es and
then do the archiving, using the default archiving command. So
archiving from the agenda will then be `a y'.
Friedrich Delgado Friedrichs <address@hidden>
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