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Re: [Orgmode] Org-mode release 4.58

From: Eddward DeVilla
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Org-mode release 4.58
Date: Tue, 5 Dec 2006 14:59:48 -0600

This is just after a quick test.  It looks like there is supposed to
be a menu item for open a subtree in an indirect buffer under
show/hide.  It doesn't do anything for me.  C-c C-x b and C-u C-c C-x
b both work.

I was also wondering if it be reasonable to add a variant to open the
subtree in the current window.  I already tweaked the example you
provided before to do it, but I didn't know if it would be reasonable
for org-mode to allow it.  I think I would also use it a good deal
from agenda.


On 12/5/06, Carsten Dominik <address@hidden> wrote:

I have released a new version of Org-mode, at


Don't forget to press the refresh button in your browser, to make
sure it does not show you a cached version of the page.


- Carsten

Changes in version 4.58

- Full undo support in the agenda.

     You can now use UNDO in the agenda.  This command will reverse
     to the agenda *and* the linked buffer if this change was make with
     a remove editing command from the agenda.
     I am quite, but not 100% sure that this does always the right
     thing, so serious testing would be very much appreciated.

- Finding stuck projects for the weekly GTD review.

     The idea for this goes back to a mail from Tim O Callaghan:

     Projects that are stuck in the GTD sense if they have no
     NEXT ACTIONS defined.
     For example, if in your GTD setup you identify projects with a
     tag PROJ, and if you have a TODO keyword NEXT to indicate next
     actions, you could do

       (setq org-stuck-projects '("+PROJ/-DONE" ("NEXT") nil))

     and then use `C-c a #' to get a list of stuck projets

     This feature is still experimental.  It does seem to work for me,
     it may not yet fit other people's requirements, please give me

     This is implemented using a new extension feature that is described
     in appendix A3 in the manual, so people who know Lisp can hack it.

- Visiting projects (subtrees) in an indirect buffer.

   This uses a dedicated frame to display the tasks.  The command is
   bound to `C-c C-x b' in an Org-mode buffer, and to `b' in the agenda.

   This is based on a discussion with Eddward DeVilla and
   Jason F. McBrayer.

- auto-filling for comments works now under Emacs, I have not yet have
   time to fix the filling stuff under XEmacs.  Coming soon.?


- Carsten

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