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Re: [Orgmode] strip date in agenda view

From: Daniel J. Sinder
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] strip date in agenda view
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2007 10:36:38 -0700
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I like this new syntax better too.

I can't find it in the manual now, but I think the following syntax,
which is nearly as simple, was supported (I use it regularly):

*** Meeting 15:30-17:00 <2007-06-13 Wed>

In the agenda, the time is stripped but the date is not.  Although I
prefer the new syntax, would it be possible to strip the date in
this old syntax too?

Will the new syntax work with a repeater too?  E.g.,

*** Meeting <2007-06-03 Wed 15:30-17:00 +1w>


On 06/18/2007 09:13 PM, Carsten Dominik wrote:
> On Jun 15, 2007, at 16:14, NL wrote:
>> On 6/15/07, Carsten Dominik <address@hidden> wrote:
>>> This should work out of the box and usually does.
>>> What exactly does your entry look like?
>> It is like:
>> *** Meeting <2007-06-13 Wed 15:30-17:00>
> This is an as yet unsupported way to write a block of time,
> which causes the mechanism to remove the timestamp from
> the headline for agenda display.
> However, I must say that I do like this syntax a lot better
> that using the supported way, with two separate stamps like
>   <2007-06-13 Wed 15:30>--<2007-06-13 Wed 17:00>
> for specifying a range on a single day.  So I have put in
> support for the alternative syntax you have been using -
> this will work from 4.78.
> - Carsten
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