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Re: [Orgmode] Trying to write an elisp function to move subtree to end o
Re: [Orgmode] Trying to write an elisp function to move subtree to end of file
Wed, 22 Sep 2010 01:58:37 -0400
Charles Cave <address@hidden> wrote:
> I am writing an elisp function to move the subtree (at the point/cursor)
> to the end of the file. The code from .elisp is shown
> I get an error message "Invalid function: (org-cut-subtree)
> (defun move-subtree-to-end ()
> (save-excursion (
> (global-set-key (kbd "C-c e") 'move-subtree-to-end)
A few too many parens: try
(defun move-subtree-to-end ()
> To give you background, my todo list/journal has been captured in
> a date tree and I would like to move an item to the end of the buffer.
> The reason for this will be explained in an upcoming article!
> Refiling is not applicable as (I don't think) the target can be defined.
> A date tree looks like:
> * 2010
> ** 2010-07 July...
> ** 2010-08 August...
> ** 2010-09 September
> *** 2010-09-21 Tuesday
> **** Headline of added entry
> **** Headline of another entry
> *** 2010-09-22 Wednesday
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