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Re: [O] Timestamps in properties not exported by icalendar exporter

From: Nicolas Goaziou
Subject: Re: [O] Timestamps in properties not exported by icalendar exporter
Date: Sat, 22 Feb 2014 10:44:54 +0100


David Engster <address@hidden> writes:

> I have the problem that a certain kind Org entries is not exported by
> the icalendar exporter, namely those created by the gnus-icalendar
> package.
> This package creates Org entries from calendar invites in the following
> way (I've omitted some of the properties, but you get the idea);
> ** Some appointment (location)
>    :ICAL_EVENT: t
>    :ID:       040000008200E00074C5B7101A82E00800
>    :DT:       <2013-12-09 Mon 13:00-13:30>
>    :END:
>    Body text
> These entries show up in the agenda just fine, but the icalendar
> exporter does not export it because the timestamp is in the properties
> (the gnus-icalendar package puts it there so that you can easily change
> it if the organizer decides to change the event and sends a change
> request).
> The exporter could of course simply take the first timestamp it finds in
> the properties, but it could be the wrong one; for instance, there could
> be a LOGBOOK timestamp before the one in DT. Hence I think it would be
> nice if you could tell the exporter which property to use as timestamp
> during export.

Can't you just walk the buffer and turn such properties into plain
time-stamps (or scheduled, deadline...), in a hook?


Nicolas Goaziou

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