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Re: [O] How could I mix COMMENT and TODO?

From: Sebastien Vauban
Subject: Re: [O] How could I mix COMMENT and TODO?
Date: Thu, 05 Apr 2012 13:55:09 +0200
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Hi François,

François Pinard wrote:
> Hi, Orgers of this world! :-)
> I do not find how to mix COMMENT and TODO in a working way, and I
> thought that someone could advise me.
> For ease and simplicity, I try to keep everything related to some topic
> in a single file, merely commenting (C-c ;) headers for those parts I do
> not want to publish.
> I would also like to keep my TODO entries for this topic in the same
> file, and these are usually not to be published either.  However, TODO
> seems to be ignored whenever it is on or under a COMMENT header.  When I
> comment a TODO entry, the TODO gets un-highlighted, and the entry
> scheduling disappears from the agenda.
> So, until I find something better, I keep these TODO in another file,
> which I find an awkward compromise.  I could use #+BEGIN_COMMENT and
> such within the entry, but the header itself gets published, which I do
> not want.  So, what is the proper way for fully preventing a working
> TODO header from being published?  Or else, what is the good approach?

Instead of COMMENT'ing entries, I prefer the "tag" version of the same
functionality: mark the entries you don't wanna see exported with the
`noexport' tag.

Best regards,

Sebastien Vauban

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