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Re: [Orgmode] Fix: org-mobile-push results in byte-code: Wrong type argu

From: Sven Bretfeld
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Fix: org-mobile-push results in byte-code: Wrong type argument: listp, "TODO"
Date: 30 Jun 2010 00:40:17 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.1 (gnu/linux)

Hi Torsten, hi all

I experience multiple error messages of the form (wrong-type-argument:
listp \.\.\.) since some weeks. That was around the time when I changed
my old:

(setq org-todo-keywords 
      '((type "NEXT(n)" "WAITING(w)" "DELEGATED(l)" "DEFERRED(f)" "REGULAR(r)" 
"APPT(a)" "RESV(v)" "DONE(d)" "CANCELLED(c)")))


(setq org-todo-keywords 
      '((type "NEXT(n)" "WAITING(w)" "DELEGATED(l)" "DEFERRED(f)"
      "REGULAR(r)" "APPT(a)" "RESV(v)" "|" "DONE(d)" "CANCELLED(c)")))

I don't know if this is related but it's annoying. I have several not
org-related error messages since some time and I don't know where they
come from. 

For example, I get "wrong-number-of-arguments: called-interactively-p,
1" whenever I visit a tex-file. The buffer is, then, opened but not



Torsten Wagner <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi all,
> this problem was described by Xin already some monthes ago. Following
> the thread, the solution was to remove the customisation of the variable
> "org-todo-keywords".
> Today, I faced the exact same problem. Removing seems not the correct
> solution to me so I searched around in the org-manual.
> To my surprise I found the following example:
> (setq org-todo-keywords
>        '((sequence "TODO" "FEEDBACK" "VERIFY" "|" "DONE" "DELEGATED")))
> whereas in my init file I used simply
> (setq org-todo-keywords
>        '("TODO" "STARTED" "WAITING" "DONE"))
> I changed my lines according to the manual and now org-mobile-push works
> without any problem. I wasn't able to track down whether the
> org-todo-keyword variable changed recently and I used an old definition
> or why I customised it in this "simple" resp. wrong way. Surprisingly,
> this didn't effect the TODO states mechanism in org-mode itself. They
> work as desired with the old customisation.
> Just thought I let you know, maybe some people fight or will fight with
> the same problem.
> Bye
> Torsten
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