Brilliant idea! (February 26, 2004, 0) - Global planner IDs should be hyperlinks in their own right. They are of the form
But then how do we define anchors and references?
Reference: plan:///id-number or plan:///id-number/page,page,page,page (note: triple-slashes)
Or maybe plan:id-number[/page,page,page] for the anchor. Double-slashes will not be updated.
I want IDs because I’d like to e able to update notes in case of
Then this is
Tasks from notes (November 22, 2003, 0) - On day pages, a task created from a note should contain a reference to
the note. However, only one task should be created on that day page.
On plan pages, a task created from a note should contain a reference
to the note. Two tasks will be created – one on the plan page and one
on the day
DWIM does better thing (November 27, 2003, 0) - Now defaults to current daily page (in which case, does nothing) if
not on plan page. Xrefs to plan page if started from plan page. If
called with prefix, will prompt regardless. (I hope).
Planner tasks from notes (March 10, 2004, 0) - Planner tasks from notes should update the notes page that they link
to while maintaining the special links. This means that
planner-jump-to-linked-task needs to be smarter.
Let us look at case 1: Link to plan page note
The plan page has a date link, no anchor. The date page has a plan
link with an anchor. Example:
Another recruit for the wonderful world of Planner hacking! (December 1, 2004, 0) - Chris Parsons wrote:
Well, I was using the excellent new planner-create-note-from-task, and
thought, “wouldn’t it be nice to have the note optionally created on the
plan page rather than the (less useful) date page? I must ask Sacha to
And then I thought, “No! I’ll venture into the previously unchartered
depths of lisp programming… and work out how to