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[Orgmode] org-mode & multiple TODO sequences within a file.

From: Rick Moynihan
Subject: [Orgmode] org-mode & multiple TODO sequences within a file.
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2007 16:45:48 +0000
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I've been using org-mode happily for nearly 6 months and think it's a fantastic tool!! I've always quite liked Emacs, but org-mode has led to me really seeing Emacs's potential.

I was however wondering if there was anyway for org-mode to support multiple TODO sequences within a single file. I tried specifying sections of the file as operating under particular sequences, but this doesn't seem to work (in 4.52) e.g.:


* BUG there is a bug in foo...
* RESOLVED fixed bug.


* TODO ask if org-mode can support multiple TODO sequences...
* DONE shopping...

A step even further might be to allow multiple TODO_SEQ which are bound to different keys, allowing the user to mix and match e.g.:

* BUG blah blah

** TODO fix bug
** TODO celebrate

I realise that I could use checkboxes for stuff like this, but they don't allow you to naturally specify a sequence. So whilst it makes sense for binary TODO->DONE transitions, for others it might not.

Anyway, it's just a suggestion, and something which I feel might enable me to organise things even better.



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