[emacs-berlin] Magic magit
rasmus at gmx.us
Sun Oct 4 20:47:07 UTC 2015
Tilmann Singer <tils at tils.net> writes:
> If I understand correctly, the org-capture approach would be either to
> create a capture template for each possible target org file - with that
> there would be no pre-guessing - or create a single capture template
> that uses a custom function to select the target file. With this, it
> wouldn't be possible to change the suggested guess though. Maybe this is
> not a big deal anyway and I should just use that approach, I'll think
> about it.
To the best of my knowledge this is incorrect. org-capture-templates
supports a function target cf. the docstring.
Most general way, write your own function to find both
file and location
I haven’t used this, and you may have to Use The Source, to figure how the
functions is supposed to work. Here’s an example of a file+function
("j" "article" item
"File note to: "
(and (= (org-element-property :level hl) 1)
(org-element-property :title hl)))))
>> 0. What's wrong with (insert "* TODO " link " :mail:") ? You could get
>> the relative level with (org-outline-level).
> Nothing wrong with insert, I just thought it would be good practice to
> use org specific functions when doing things inside org-mode.
As you prefer; IMO it’s over-complicating.
> this also doesn't indent it properly. It seems to be related to
> inserting a link - with normal text inserted it works. This reproduces
> (with-current-buffer (find-file-noselect "/tmp/test.org")
> (insert "* TODO " "[[file:~/.emacs.d/notmuch-stuff.el][This is a test]]")
> (org-set-tags-to ":mail:")
> (when org-auto-align-tags (org-align-tags-here org-tags-column))))
I see the same. Something funky is going on, though I’m not sure what.
Try to put it into a function and run it through edebug. Then it works...
As you suggests, this probably has something to do with invisibility of
the link... I don’t have a satisfactory answer to this.
>> (insert "\n") ?
> Right, (org-return) is over the top. Maybe even (newline) ?
Yeah. Org return is magic in headlines (TODOs and tags are preserved
since 8.3 I think) and tables.
I hear there's rumors on the, uh, Internets. . .
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