Much productive hacking last night (June 2, 2004, 0) - - Dusted off CoursesSubmission and started hacking on it again: minor
template tweaks (tables instead of lists, for example) and some code
refactoring into objects.
- Almost done with JavaCd. Just need to download Eclipse RC1 and
update the installation instructions, then we’ll be all set. I don’t
think I’ll be able to put my material on the CD, but
Modification of johnsu01′s scoring (February 18, 2005, 0) - The following code allows you to sort tasks based on regexp matches
against the line. It’s fairly simple, but may give people ideas about
fancier task sorting.
(setq planner-sort-tasks-key-function 'planner-sort-tasks-by-score)
(defvar planner-score-rules '(("read" . 50))
"Alist of planner scoring rules of the form (regexp . score-value).
Tasks with higher scores are listed first.")
(defun planner-sort-tasks-by-score ()
"Sort tasks by
Proof-of-concept code for autosensing task information (December 27, 2004, 0) -
(defun sacha/planner-create-task-from-buffer ()
(let ((annotation (run-hook-with-args-until-success 'planner-annotation-functions))
Playing around with planner-search-notes (October 30, 2003, 0) -
(defun planner-search-notes (regexp)
"Return a buffer with all the notes returned by the query for REGEXP."
(interactive "MRegexp: ")
(let ((results (planner-search-notes-internal regexp)))