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[O] Is it possible to automatically set the timestamp recorded in a CLOS
[O] Is it possible to automatically set the timestamp recorded in a CLOSED: annotation to a different time than now?
Wed, 12 Sep 2012 11:38:27 +0200
I'd like to accomplish this. If anybody can tell me at least if that's a
feasible thing to do with org-mode, i'll try to develop it myself :)
I log time spent in my tasks (with org-clock), which I usually leave in STARTED
state (because maybe there was a bug in my code, and I'd need to spend more
time with them.
At the end of the week, or maybe the next week I go through all STARTED tasks
and start closing them.
What happens (and that's a normal behaviour) is that the task gets a CLOSED
timestamp with right now's date and time.
I then adjust it manually to set it to the last clocked-out timestamp (which,
for me, is the last time I spent working on it).
Would it possible to customize org-mode to do this? Does it even make sense?
I guess I'd have to change this lines of org-todo:
(when (and now-done-p org-log-done)
;; It is now done, and it was not done before
(org-add-planning-info 'closed (org-current-effective-time))
(if (and (not dolog) (eq 'note org-log-done))
(org-add-log-setup 'done org-state this 'findpos 'note)))
(when (and org-state dolog)
;; This is a non-nil state, and we need to log it
(org-add-log-setup 'state org-state this 'findpos dolog)))
To call org-current-effective-time with an extra param that takes last
timestamped clock's end time and returns it instead of org-current-time.
(defun org-current-effective-time ()
"Return current time adjusted for `org-extend-today-until' variable"
(let* ((ct (org-current-time))
(dct (decode-time ct))
(if (and org-use-effective-time
(< (nth 2 dct) org-extend-today-until))
(encode-time 0 59 23 (1- (nth 3 dct)) (nth 4 dct) (nth 5 dct))
How could I get last timestamped clock's end time?
Thanks a lot for your help, and thanks even more for org-mode!!
- [O] Is it possible to automatically set the timestamp recorded in a CLOSED: annotation to a different time than now?,
Gaizka Villate <=