|Subject:||Re: [O] Capture with date prompt defaults to yesterday|
|Date:||Tue, 11 Jun 2019 09:53:09 +0100|
Neil Jerram <address@hidden> writes:
> Yes, it does make the default time noon. But AFAICS the time of day
> doesn't actually matter in any of the Org source code where the result of
> org-get-cursor-date is used. Have I missed a case where it does
Probably not. I didn't check. But this could become a future gotcha.
> However, in the attached patch I've revised that so that the default time
> of day is <org-extend-today-until>:00am, i.e. it's the earliest time that
> Org treats as being that date. WDYT?
I think this is better. I applied your patch. Thank you.
> Alternatively, we could refactor the code around where org-get-cursor-date
> is used to make it more explicit when the time of day doesn't matter, and
> look further if there are any cases where it does.
I think the current state is sufficient.
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