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Re: [Orgmode] PROPERTIES before the first headline

From: Stephan Schmitt
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] PROPERTIES before the first headline
Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2010 15:01:58 +0100
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Hi Christian,

you forgot the colon after PROPERTY,
i.e. the following line at the beginning
of the buffer does work:

#+PROPERTY: myprop don't ask

(don't forget to refresh the buffer
setup by typing C-c C-c with the cursor
in that line).

Then the call

(org-entry-get (point) "myprop" t)

returns "don't ask".  Note the third
argument (t), which allows inheritance.


Also sprach Christian Wittern:
> Hi there,
> Extending my use of org-mode has left
> me running into another wall: I would
> like to set some custom properties
> globally for the whole file, before
> everything else.  There does not seem
> to be a way to do this
> #+PROPERTY myprop don't ask
> and having the :PROPERTY: drawer after
> the #+ lines also does not seem to
> work: Whenever I try to use the API
> functions to get at the property, I am
> told that I am before the first
> headling (which I know).  So, is this
> behavior intentional?  And if yes, is
> there a way to work around this?
> All the best,
> Christian
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