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Re: [O] problem with org-element-parse-buffer

From: Eric Abrahamsen
Subject: Re: [O] problem with org-element-parse-buffer
Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2012 09:04:57 +0800
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Nicolas Goaziou <address@hidden> writes:

> Hello,
> Eric Abrahamsen <address@hidden> writes:
>>> Strictly speaking, yes. But Org Agenda is a bit permissive (and not only
>>> for that thing). Do you want to help basing Agenda on Elements?


>> This is something I've wanted for a while, as it would make
>> some of my little personal projects a lot easier. I'd be happy to help
>> if there's a roadmap, and if I can be fed bite-sized problems to deal
>> with.
> There's no roadmap for now. If you're looking for small tasks to handle,
> I think interactive functions are a good start (although some can be
> a bit challenging, i.e. `org-open-link'). Particularly good candidates
> are those calling either `org-at-regexp-p', `org-in-regexp' or
> `org-between-regexps-p': using those is almost always wrong (or at least
> fragile).
> If you give a shot at some of them, please include ert tests: writings
> tests for Org is really a must from now on. There are now plenty of
> examples in testing directory.

Great, thanks for the pointers. I'll see if I can't provide a few
patches in the next couple of weeks.


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