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Re: [O] Possibly new function to view your notes in chronological order

From: Marc-Oliver Ihm
Subject: Re: [O] Possibly new function to view your notes in chronological order
Date: Mon, 18 Jul 2011 21:11:07 +0200
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Hello Bastien !

Thanx for testing !

Currently I think, that this function is most useful, if applied to all 
So I personally prefer the mulit-occur option, which gives me a list for all of 
my org-buffers.

Therefore I feel a bit ashamed, that this does not work for you :-/
Did you get any errors ? Anything within the *Messages* Buffer ?
Is at least an *Occur*-Buffer created ?

A guess about a possible cause:
I assume that you alread use emacs 24, whereas I still cling to emacs 23.
Maybe some details of the contents of the created *Occur*-buffer has changed,
which might have broken my code (I found that I need to rely on the contents of 
the *Occur*-buffer).
If you find that such an *Occur*-Buffer is created, when you run my function, 
would it be possible to
send it to me ?

Thanx a lot !

with kind regards, Marc-Oliver Ihm

Am 18.07.2011 10:20, schrieb Bastien:
Hi Marc-Oliver,

Marc-Oliver Ihm<address@hidden>  writes:

I would like to submit the new function org-find-timestamps for

Thanks for this piece of code and for this idea!

I've tested it a bit and I encourage others to test it.

I was able to create a sparse tree with inactive timestamps,
but I was not able to display a buffer with ordered items.
I will test more carefully and give feedback/debugging.

My main reaction is: your idea/code could partially sneak into
`org-sparse-tree' by adding a new ran[g]e option, asking the
starting and ending dates, and creating the sparse tree.

What do you think?

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