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[Orgmode] Re: Org-mode Version 5.07

From: Tassilo Horn
Subject: [Orgmode] Re: Org-mode Version 5.07
Date: Fri, 31 Aug 2007 12:53:28 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.110007 (No Gnus v0.7) Emacs/23.0.50 (gnu/linux)

Carsten Dominik <address@hidden> writes:

Hi Carsten,

> This looks very odd, as if your setup of org-tags-list is the wrong
> way round.

Hm, I use a CVS emacs 3 hours old, but org-tags-list is not known
there.  I guess you mean org-tag-alist, right?

> I should be
> (setq org-tags-list
>  '(("APPT" . ?a) ("CALL" . ?c) .....))
> But yours seems to be
> (setq org-tags-list
>  '((?a . "APPT") (?c . "CALL") .....))

Yes, that's it.  But then the docs are wrong, too.  See

,----[ C-h v org-tag-alist RET ]
| org-tag-alist is a variable defined in `org.el'.
| Its value is shown below.
| Documentation:
| List of tags allowed in Org-mode files.
| When this list is nil, Org-mode will base TAG input on what is already
| in the buffer.

| The value of this variable is an alist, the car may be (and should) be
|                                         ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
| a character that is used to select that tag through the
| ^^^^^^^^^^^
| fast-tag-selection interface.  See the manual for details.
| You can customize this variable.
| Value: 
| ((#("APPT" 0 4
|     (face nil))
|   . 97)
|  (#("CALL" 0 4
|     (face nil))
|   . 99)
|  (#("PURCHASE" 0 8
|     (face nil))
|   . 101))

Now I've set org-todo-keywords to

    '((sequence "TODO(T)" "STARTED(S)" "WAITING(W)"
                "|" "DONE(D)" "DEFERRED(F)" "CANCELLED(C)"))

which works, too.

But I've discovered another minor glitch.  When I toggle from CANCELLED
to TODO the CLOSED timestamp gets removed, which is a good thing.  When
I use C-c C-c T RET to do the same the timestamp persists.

No person,  no idea, and no  religion deserves to be  illegal to insult,
not even the Church of Emacs. (Richard M. Stallman)

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