[emacs-berlin] Problem with org achive

julia.biro at gmail.com julia.biro at gmail.com
Wed Sep 2 12:06:42 UTC 2020


by some magic it got fixed! So sorry for the noise.
I needed to restart my computer, and then wen emacs restarted, the whole
orgmode didn't work and then threw some errors. I forced Orgmode mode, and
then when I tried the archiving, I got a new error message about the
org-archive-default-location not being set to the right value. When I fixed
that, it now works. So it was an upstream error, just the upgrading of
spacemacs wasn't smooth.
I was really scared for a minute that my spacemacs is broken, I don't know
how I would work without it.


On Wed, 2 Sep 2020 at 10:49, julia.biro at gmail.com <julia.biro at gmail.com>

> Hi,
> I have a problem with my org archive. I used to have as etup where
> archived items go to another file, but it stopped working. My
> `org-archive-default-command` variable is set to `org-archove-subtree`. The
> `org-archive-location` is set to "%s_archive::".  But when I do the archive
> command (or the archive subtree command) I get "invalid function:
> org-preserve-local-variables" and of course nothing gets archived. Of
> course I googled the question, Moss, it seems to be a bug that should go
> away after updating (it dodn't) and maybe recompiling? I found this open
> ticket https://github.com/syl20bnr/spacemacs/issues/11801. I have no .elc
> files in my .emacs.d and recompiling didn't do anything.
> Sorry if my question seems noob. Spacemacs works out of the box almost all
> the time, so I really don't need to know a lot about it, not even
> whether it comes in binary form or is recompiled on each update.
> thanks
> Julia
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