Fair enough. And you could further argue that M-S-Enter creates an
initial state, so no "change" takes place. But then I'd say the fact
that it records changing from nothing to TODO in the /first/ example is
a bug. At the very least, it's inconsistent. The end result of those
two operations really ought to be the same.|
The current behavior discourages me from using M-S-Enter because then I
can't tell when I initially recorded the task, unlike in the first use
On Sat, May 23, 2009 at 4:45 AM, Keith Swartz wrote:
I'm using org-mode 6.25e right now, and I've turned on the functionality to
track todo state changes. If I create a list item (M-ENTER) and then change
it to a TODO (C-c C-t), it correctly puts the state change in the
:LOGBOOK: drawer as I've configured it.
However, if I use M-S-ENTER to combine the above two steps into one (create
a "TODO" item), it does NOT create an entry in the LOGBOOK for State
"TODO" from "" at all. Is that a bug?
IMO, this is not really a state change.