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Re: [O] MobileOrg

From: Peter Davis
Subject: Re: [O] MobileOrg
Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2015 08:43:18 -0500
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dean <address@hidden> writes:

> On 11/22/15 09:52, Peter Davis wrote:
>> dean <address@hidden> writes:
>> Ok, I think I understand now. I can define org-mobile-files to be files
>> or directories. I did not see this variable referenced in the doc on
>> mobileorg.ncogni.to/doc/ Apparently it just defaults to
>> org-agenda-files, which is fine for me. It means the three main
>> directories I'm using for org files will be rolled up into the mobile
>> directory for sync'ing. However, when I sync files back from the iPad, I
>> will have to manually tease any updates into the separate directories
>> where I want to edit them.
> Just to be sure,
> org-mobile-push copies all flies listed in org-mobile-files to
> org-mobile-directory and creates an index and checksum file.
> After you have made changes, you then use org-mobile-pull and that will
> pull any changes (from dropbox etc) into your original .org files. I
> think this is the main function of the index.org.
> No teasing required.

Aha! That's great. That means I really don't have to change my way of

> I saw mention earlier about the docs so I thought I should mention the
> official doc is quite good, it probably explains it better than me. Its
> in the appendix B:
> http://orgmode.org/manual/MobileOrg.html#MobileOrg

Yes, I will give this a thorough read. I naively assumed I could get by
just with the doc on n.cogni.to, but I needed a broader understanding of
the whole process.

>> Yes, very much. I think I understand now. Thank you!
>> -pd
> No probs, really hope we get it going for you, I love it (once I
> eventually got it going, which took a while - so i know your pain ;) )

Thanks again!

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