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Re: [Orgmode] Wrong category in agenda view if undefined ?

From: Carsten Dominik
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Wrong category in agenda view if undefined ?
Date: Tue, 16 Feb 2010 14:18:27 +0100

Hi Sebastian,

On Feb 16, 2010, at 1:06 PM, Sebastien Delafond wrote:


this is a follow-up for Debian bug #550540[1], which is basically that with
the following org snippet :

 * Tasks
 ** TODO nocat2
    SCHEDULED: <2010-02-16 Tue>
    [2010-02-16 Tue]
 #+CATEGORY: cat2
 ** TODO cat2
    SCHEDULED: <2010-02-17 Wed>
    [2010-02-17 Wed]
 #+CATEGORY: last cat2

you get this agenda view:

 Week-agenda (W07):
 Monday     15 February 2010 W07
 Tuesday    16 February 2010
   last cat2:  Scheduled:  TODO nocat2
 Wednesday  17 February 2010
   cat2:       Scheduled:  TODO cat2
 Thursday   18 February 2010
 Friday     19 February 2010
 Saturday   20 February 2010
 Sunday     21 February 2010

Should there really be a "last cat2" category for that first entry,
instead of no category at all ?

Using multiple #+CARTEGORY lines is deprecated anyway. The supported way for multiple categories is to use properties that apply to a given tree.

There is no such thing as an empty category in Org-mode - Org-mode would derive one from the file name if necessary.


Best wishes

- Carsten



[1] http://bugs.debian.org/550540

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