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Org-Mode S-expressions

From: Joel J. Adamson
Subject: Org-Mode S-expressions
Date: Mon, 08 Oct 2007 12:10:01 -0400
User-agent: Gnus/5.11 (Gnus v5.11) Emacs/23.0.0 (gnu/linux)


I'm using Emacs on Slackware Linux 12.0.

I'm trying to set up a unique Org Mode situation here.  I work for two
different researchers, with specific sets of projects for each one.  I
work for Researcher A Monday and Tuesday, and WEdnesday until Noon.
Then I switch over to Researcher B until the end of Friday.  I'd like
these to show up in the Agenda at the specified times and repeat every
day at the appropriate time.  I tried timestamps like

<2007-10-08 Mon 9:00>--<2007-10-10 Wed 12:00>

And the latest is diary-style s-expression, based on one I found in
the Emacs manual for diary:

<%%(let ((dayname (nth 7 (decode-time (current-time))))
         (hour (nth 3 (decode-time (current-time)))))
     (or (memq dayname '(1 2))
         (and (equal dayname 3) (< hour 12))))>

Now, I noticed that the angle-brackets and less-than sign will
probably mix things up.

What's the most effective way to accomplish this?  Please point me to
the best tutorial or explanation for timestamps.


Joel J. Adamson
Pediatric Psychopharmacology Research Unit
Massachusetts General Hospital
Boston, MA  02114
(617) 643-1432
(303) 880-3109

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