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Re: [O] Heading/item insert commands

From: Ingo Lohmar
Subject: Re: [O] Heading/item insert commands
Date: Wed, 4 Oct 2017 13:27:44 +0200

Hi Nicolas,

I am not sure I understand: As I tried to make clear, I am *not* interested in changing the UI for anybody but myself. I probably should have omitted the "long-run" comment altogether.

What I am interested in is refactoring: add a layer of functions that cleanly do what is now done in an ad-hoc way, eg, inside of-insert-todo-heading, or which is not done at all.

Or are you talking about the parameters of such new functions?

On Oct 4, 2017 12:33 PM, "Nicolas Goaziou" <address@hidden> wrote:

Ingo Lohmar <address@hidden> writes:

> What I have in mind for starters:
> Add orthogonal internal functions that can handle *all* sensible
> combinations of requirements.  Then rewrite existing commands in terms
> of these, but possibly adding new ones.
> I would not want to break any workflows, of course.  But in the *long*
> run, we could rethink if the existing commands and their prefix-arg
> behavior are really what users want, or if we provide other ones by
> default.
> Does that sound reasonable, or are there any grave obstacles I did not
> consider, or any hard reasons why such changes could not be accepted?

I think, as a starter, we should discuss and agree on how the UI should
be. IMO, implementation follows, not the other way around.



Nicolas Goaziou

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