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Re: [Orgmode] embedded/inherited tags

From: Carsten Dominik
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] embedded/inherited tags
Date: Sun, 5 Apr 2009 14:07:46 +0200

On Apr 2, 2009, at 1:02 AM, Samuel Wales wrote:

Hi Carsten,

On 2009-04-01, Carsten Dominik <address@hidden> wrote:
Did I really say I was going to make this, Samuel?

I'll let you decide.  :)

Carsten earlier wrote:
- Your proposal to use lisp syntax for agenda queries
  (Sep 16) is high on my todo list and not forgotten.
  Something I do want, but have not gotten around to.
-- from <address@hidden> ,
  which has a few other items also.

Clear enough, looks like I did say this.  However, I have not
done an steps in this direction, and I have not seen a
really compelling case where this would ne needed.  Useful, yes.

Did I misinterpret?  Of course, I will not hold you to it
either way.  :) It seemed to me when I wrote to Konstantin
that the feature could be expected to happen at some point.
In any case, please accept my apology if that is a
misinterpretation, since I don't want to put words in your

I described some of the benefits of the optional Lisp syntax
"Re: Searching for tags or todo keywords".  It's not a
critical feature, but it seems likely to solve the problem
in that thread (IIRC), and also help Konstantin a bit.  I
would find it easy to use.

However, the solution that I proposed to Konstantin can use
existing search syntax if he desires.

Hope that helps.

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