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[Orgmode] org-clock-find-position confusion (bug?)

From: Ethan Blanton
Subject: [Orgmode] org-clock-find-position confusion (bug?)
Date: Sat, 27 Sep 2008 23:49:23 -0400
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.17+20080114 (2008-01-14)

Thanks for taking care of my last issue so quickly; as a reward, I've
found another one!  ;-)  (Seriously, thanks for the blazing turn
around last time -- and thanks for org-mode, I'm finding a lot of
things to love!)

org-clock-find-position (6.07b again) displays unexpected behavior
when it encounters a clock line preceding a bulleted list.
Specifically, when a :CLOCK: drawer is created, the drawer encompasses
the first list item.  E.g.:

* Heading
  CLOCK: [2008-09-27 Sat 14:00]--[2008-09-27 Sat 14:30] =>  0:30
  - Bullet 1
  - Bullet 2

Clocking in on this item again will yield (if drawer creation is

* Heading
  CLOCK: [2008-09-27 Sat 15:00]
  CLOCK: [2008-09-27 Sat 14:00]--[2008-09-27 Sat 14:30] =>  0:30
  - Bullet 1
  - Bullet 2

Looking at org-clock-find-position, this seems to be intentional;
removing the (if (org-at-item-p) (org-end-of-item)) statement "fixes"
this behavior for me, but may be breaking something else which I am
not seeing.


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