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Re: [Orgmode] [BUG] Date/Time Confusion

From: Carsten Dominik
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] [BUG] Date/Time Confusion
Date: Wed, 27 May 2009 11:42:51 +0200

On May 27, 2009, at 9:42 AM, Ulf Stegemann wrote:

With git org as of yesterday an org file entry like


* TODO [#B] Arrange something for [2009-06-01 Mon 10:00-12:30]
 SCHEDULED: <2009-05-27 Wed>


will show up in the agenda (C-a a) at the scheduled day at the time as
defined in the inactive timestamp in the headline. So according to the
agenda, the above example is scheduled for today, 10:00-12:30. The time
definition of the inactive timestamp is only considered as part of the
scheduled timestamp if the inactive timestamp appears in the headline
and if the scheduled timestamp does not contain times itself.

This is not really a big thing, but nevertheless I would consider it to
be a bug.

From the release notes of 6.24:

Turning off time-of-day search in headline

Some people like to put a creation time stamp into a headline and
then get confused if the time-of-day found in there shows up as
the time-of-day of the deadline/scheduling entry for this
headline.  The reason for this is that Org searches the headline
for a free-format time when trying to sort the entry into the
agenda, and that search accidentally finds the time in the
creation time stamp or something else that happens to look like a
time.  If this is more painful than useful for you, configure the
new variable `org-agenda-search-headline-for-time'.


- Carsten

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