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[O] bug#24791: bug#24791: org-todo-yesterday behaves like plain org-todo

From: Jan Böhm
Subject: [O] bug#24791: bug#24791: org-todo-yesterday behaves like plain org-todo (incorrect timestamp)
Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2017 21:12:06 +0100
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interestingly, it hasn't happend to me for a long time now – I assumed
that it had already been fixed. I tried again just now and I can no
longer reproduce it with Org 9.0.9. / Emacs 27.0.50.


Am 04.12.2017 um 20:59 schrieb Nicolas Goaziou:
> Hello,
> Allen Li <address@hidden> writes:
>> On Fri, Dec 1, 2017 at 1:53 PM, Nicolas Goaziou <address@hidden> wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>> Jan Böhm <address@hidden> writes:
>>>> Symptoms: both org-todo-yesterday and org-agenda-todo-yesterday behave
>>>> just like normally setting todo state to "DONE" with org-todo.
>>>> Specifically, the timestamp
>>>> added in the log takes the current time instead of 23:59 of the previous
>>>> day, as would be expected.
>>>> Replicate behaviour:
>>>> start emacs -Q
>>>> set org-log-done to "time"
>>>> visit new file and switch to org mode
>>>> create TODO headline and set TODO state to "DONE" by calling
>>>> "org-todo-yesterday"
>>>> ⇒ todo state is set to DONE correctly, but the timestamp inserted in
>>>> the log drawer is the current time.
>>> I cannot reproduce it in a recent Org release. Could you double-check
>>> with a newer Org?
>> I am going to blindly wager that this is yet another bug caused by Org
>> mode's subtle timezone issues.
>> I can reproduce it (and crucially, I am not in the GMT time zone),
>> although the repro recipe produces a CLOSED timestamp and not a log
>> drawer timestamp.
> I removed timezone references from maint. Can you still reproduce the
> issue?
> Regards,

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