|Subject:||Re: [O] Configure Helm Source from org-tags-view|
|Date:||Thu, 8 Aug 2019 15:23:19 -0500|
Hi Jean,Thank you - however, I can't get this function to return anything.org-scan-tags accepts an action, a matcher and a todo-only.Code:(org-scan-tags 'agenda ;; Action'(staff lambda (todo tags-list level) ;; Matcher(progn
(setq org-cached-props nil)(or (and (member staff tags-list))))) ;; End Matcher
org--matcher-tags-todo-only) ;; Todo-only* To my knowledge, the 'agenda is the action, and the list starting with`(staff <snip>) is the matcher.* Why does the tag I'm searching for ("staff") appear as the first "atom" in the"matcher" parameter? Why isn't it just a lambda?* I don't quite understand what the "or" and "and" are doing. It seems likeI don't need either of them.My org-agenda-files contains files and I have a headline with the tag "staff"- no quotes, and the function's not returning anything.Thanks,--NateOn Thu, Aug 8, 2019 at 2:13 PM Jean Louis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:* Nathan Neff <address@hidden> [2019-08-08 18:50]:
> Hello all,
> Has anyone created a Helm source from the results of org-agenda?
> Specifically org-tags-view I think would be a cool Helm source to
> configure where the headings that have certain tags could be displayed
> by Helm.
> I looked @ the code for org-tags-view and it's fairly straight
> forward - however, I think that the function itself is tightly
> coupled between finding the results and displaying the results. In
> other words, there's no easy function that I see which would provide
> headings that match a tags search that I could use as a Helm source.
If tag is 'staff, this below will give structure out:
(org-scan-tags 'agenda '(staff lambda (todo tags-list level) (progn
(setq org-cached-props nil) (or (and (member staff tags-list)))))
Now `org-scan-tags` could be inspected if it constructs some lists,
alist, that are somewhat nicer than such output.
But that output can be converted to HELM completion.
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