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[Orgmode] Re: Update on Org-mode clone in Vim

From: Herbert Sitz
Subject: [Orgmode] Re: Update on Org-mode clone in Vim
Date: Fri, 26 Nov 2010 06:22:47 +0000 (UTC)
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Matt Lundin <mdl <at> imapmail.org> writes:

> I'm curious to see how hyperlinks and capture might work in a vim
> environment. Being able to call org-capture from anywhere in my Emacs
> ecosystem (or should I say operating system) has spoiled me. :)
> Best,
> Matt

Matt -- There's some basic capture functionality in there
right now that you may want to try out. I was going to flesh
it out a bit and do a little video on it but it's probably
usable right now.  It's implemented using two simple 

CaptureBuffer(), which opens a new window and is hard-coded
with a simple template that starts a level 2 heading with
a date-time stamp in next line, and then pressing :W 
when done calls: 

ProcessCapture(), which saves the entry 
you make in the capture buffer to the end of a first
level '* Agenda' heading in whatever file you have
defined as g:capture_file.  If you also have the 
g:capture_file included as one of your g:agenda_files
you can add entries from agenda and do immediate
refresh pretty much just like Russell Adams
demonstrates in his recent Org-mode
screencast at > http://vimeo.com/16533939 .

You can map a keycombo to :call CaptureBuffer and it 
should work for you.  If you try to get it working 
I'd be happy to hear of your success or help you 
resolve any problems.



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