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Re: Inconsistency between code and manual: org-lowest-priority or org-pr

From: Daniele Nicolodi
Subject: Re: Inconsistency between code and manual: org-lowest-priority or org-priority-lowest
Date: Fri, 30 Oct 2020 12:01:06 +0100
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On 30/10/2020 05:57, Kyle Meyer wrote:
> Daniele Nicolodi writes:
>> Hello,
>> I found an inconsistency between the manual and implementation: the
>> Priorities section says that the range of valid priorities can be set
>> modifying the `org-priority-highest', `org-priority-lowest' and
>> `org-priority-default' variables. However, in the code the variables
>> names are `org-highest-priority', `org-lowest-priority' and
>> `org-default-priority'.
>> In can submit a patch with a fix. However, in a case like this, should
>> the code modified to match the documentation, or vice-versa?
> The org-X-priority -> org-priority-X rename happened in v9.4, with
> org-X-priority names retained as aliases.  So, it sounds like there are
> some leftover bits in the code.

You are absolutely right. This is what you get when you read the manual
for the latest version but look at the code for an old one...


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