C-u M-x planner-create-task-from-buffer (March 8, 2004, 0) - dto on #emacs suggested a way to create tasks associated with planner pages.
Arch repository and dev snapshot should have working version of this.
Adding a prefix argument to M-x planner-create-task-from-buffer will
make it prompt for the plan page. If the plan page is different from
the current annotation, it will move the annotation into the
description of the task.
planner-el-3.29 (April 21, 2005, 0) - Announcing planner-el-3.29, available at
http://sacha.free.net.ph/notebook/emacs/sacha-stable.tar.gz and deb
http://sacha.free.net.ph/notebook/emacs/planner/ . =)
Synchronize with sacha AT free.net.ph—main/planner—dev—1.0—patch-380
dev/372: planner-psvn for version control
dryice/33-38, dev/365-379, jeho/50-60, johnsu01/0-3
dev/366: planner-multi read-only prompt, sort-task excursions, planner-appt advice
dev/367: Always add menu to planner-mode buffers
dev/368: planner-multi-read-name bugfix from jeho
dev/369: planner-timeclock-summary-proj bugfix
dev/370: Group .-? regexp to deal with possible XEmacs bug
dev/372: planner-vm-browse-url and message IDs
Thoughts on planner-notes (February 26, 2004, 0) - Actually, subcategories are already handled by separate plan pages, so
I don’t need subtopics any more. I would, however, like to see all the
note headlines, possibly bounded by certain dates. That would be fun.
In which case, I don’t need to merge anything in from planner-notes -
I can just work with the export functions I already have
Remembering to Org and Planner (October 5, 2007, 0) - Most of my notes are in Emacs Planner. Handy commands like M-x
remember help me quickly take notes and write down ideas, saving the
text to my blog.
While reading the manual for Org, another PIM for Emacs (yes, another
one!), I decided to give it a try. Org uses Remember, the same quick
note-taking module that Planner does. I
Scheduling tasks in the diary (April 16, 2004, 0) -
(defun sacha/planner-diary-schedule-task (time)
"Add a diary entry for the current task at TIME."
(interactive "MTime: ")
(let ((info (planner-current-task-info)))