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[O] [PATCH] Ensure proper nesting of captured items

From: Matt Lundin
Subject: [O] [PATCH] Ensure proper nesting of captured items
Date: Sat, 09 Sep 2017 11:18:32 -0500
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I configure my org-capture templates set to insert items at the end of a
capture file: i.e., with a simple file target - (file "~/org/inbox.org")
- and no target headline. In the past, org capture would always insert
these as top level headings, regardless of existing headings in the
target file. Recently, org-capture has begun to nest these entries
according to context. This is undesirable, as it has caused many
important capture items to be buried under unrelated headings.

I did a git bisect and found the problematic commit from June 2, 2017:


As far as I can tell, that commit took out the line in
org-capture-place-entry that sets level to 1 when there is no target
entry. The attached patch makes a minor change to fix the issue.


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