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Re: [O] Command to open up any agenda file?

From: Thorsten Jolitz
Subject: Re: [O] Command to open up any agenda file?
Date: Mon, 01 Sep 2014 22:11:03 +0200
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Noah Slater <address@hidden> writes:


> I quite like C-c b (org-iswitchb) but it only works if the file is
> already open. What I really want is a command that lets me tab
> complete any agenda file at all. Does such a thing exist? I couldn't
> find it in the docs.

don't know if this exists in Org, but defining you agenda-files as a
project you might be able to use projectile:

| Projectile Commander Methods:
| ?:    Commander help buffer.
| A:    Find ag on project.
| D:    Open project root in dired.
| R:    Regenerate the project's [e|g]tags.
| T:    Find test file in project.
| a:    Run ack on project.
| b:    Switch to project buffer.
| d:    Find directory in project.
| e:    Find recently visited file in project.
| f:    Find file in project.
| g:    Run grep on project.
| j:    Find tag in project.
| k:    Kill all project buffers.
| o:    Run multi-occur on project buffers.
| s:    Switch project.
| v:    Open project root in vc-dir or magit.


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