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[O] Strange "non-existent agenda file" message

From: François Pinard
Subject: [O] Strange "non-existent agenda file" message
Date: Sun, 08 Jan 2012 23:08:38 -0500

Hi, Org people.

I have a few notes about Org mode which I intend to present to my
coworkers at our next meeting, if time permits.  This evening, I just
pushed them together (the notes, not the coworkers!) in a file with the
idea of creating a few beamer slides.  And doing so, experimenting a bit
with the feature :-).

Command "C-c C-e d" yields this strange message:

  non-existent agenda file
  [R]emove from list or [A]bort?

This is not an agenda file, and I've no reason to turn it into an agenda
file either.  Is there a relation between a beamer presentation and the
agenda?  Why the question?  What is the meaning of the message?

If I add a (debug) call at beginning `org-check-agenda-file' in org.el,
I see:

Debugger entered: nil
  byte-code("\306!\203\f.q\210\202.\307!\210\310!q\210~\210\311 .\312 
     !\207" [file bmp org-todo-keywords-for-agenda org-todo-keywords-1 
org-done-keywords-for-agenda org-done-keywords bufferp org-check-agenda-file 
org-get-agenda-file-buffer buffer-modified-p org-refresh-category-properties 
append remove-text-properties re-search-forward nil t org-at-heading-p 
add-text-properties point-at-bol org-end-of-subtree format 0 
set-buffer-modified-p org-todo-keyword-alist-for-agenda org-todo-key-alist 
org-drawers-for-agenda org-drawers org-tag-alist-for-agenda org-tag-alist pall 
org-agenda-skip-archived-trees rea pa org-heading-keyword-regexp-format 
org-comment-string re pc] 4)
  org-map-entries((progn (setq props (org-entry-properties nil ...)) (if (and 
... ...) (push ... props)) (put-text-property (point-at-bol) (point-at-eol) 
(quote org-props) props)))
  org-export-as-latex(nil nil nil nil nil nil)
  call-interactively(org-export nil nil)

I do not understand why nor how org-map-entries (likely line 478 in
org-beamer.el) ends up in calling org-prepare-agenda-buffers.  The SCOPE
argument or org-map-entries is implied to nil, isn't it?


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