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Re: [O] [feature] Handle recurrence in <> and [] dates

From: Marco Wahl
Subject: Re: [O] [feature] Handle recurrence in <> and [] dates
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2018 16:29:40 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13)


> Leo Gaspard <address@hidden> writes:
>> Here is a translated example task from my .org file:
>> *** TODO Check bank report
>>     SCHEDULED: <2000-02-10 Thu +1m>
>>     Dated [2000-01-01 Sat +1m]
>> The point of this “Dated” field being to tell me to which report I
>> should be looking, given I sometimes am a month late or so in checking
>> my reports, and just put them in the (physical) drawer as I receive
>> them.
>> This “Dated” field is exactly what I would like to see updated when I
>> mark the task as done (like the SCHEDULED date), but it looks like it
>> doesn't move.
> Org didn't handle repeaters in inactive time stamps. This is now fixed
> (in master). Thank you.

AFAICT the performance of marking tasks done which contain *a lot* of
inactive timestams has degraded considerably with this change.


* TODO task
SCHEDULED: <2018-11-15 .+1d>
:STYLE:    habit
:LAST_REPEAT: [2018-11-14 16:26]

[2018-07-10 Tue 11:29]--[2018-07-10 Tue 12:10]
[2018-07-09 Mon 15:20]--[2018-07-09 Mon 15:23]
[2018-07-08 Sun 09:01]--[2018-07-08 Sun 09:20]
<hundreds of these lines>
[2013-07-08 Sun 09:01]--[2013-07-08 Sun 09:20]

Sorry for not having digged deeper into this issue yet.

Ciao,  Marco

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