Zusammenfassung: Ugly hack to stop CamelCase causing an automatic wiki link in planner mode.
> This is a bit of an ugly hack but if you bind the following function to a convenient key:
> (defun insert-zero-width-space ()
> "Insert a zero-with no break space to stop auto-Wiki links!"
> (insert "\ufeff"))
> Then, assuming you have a font that includes this character (it's the Arabic Presentation Forms-B area), you can put a zero-width space between the two words giving the appearance of a single word in CamelCase. If you don't have this character then you can use the character \u200b in the General Punctuation area. This is a zero-width space; the disadvantage of using it is that the words might break apart at a line ending.
Please add your own questions and answers to this list of frequently asked questions for PlannerMode! =)
There is a comprehensive manual available at http://wjsullivan.net/static/doc/planner/
Take a look at PlannerModeQuickStart.
People have different ways of planning, and it’s hard to cover all the different ways people plan in one document. If you’re new to planning or to planner.el, please post your questions on the mailing list at https://mail.gna.org/listinfo/planner-el-discuss/. We’d like to hear about how you currently plan and how you’d like to plan. =)
If you live in Emacs, you’ll get the nice side-benefit of hyperlinks to almost everything. If you don’t, you can still use planner as a nicely-colored, extremely customizable, keyboard-shortcut-rich TODO manager.
No, you could use planner however you want. That said, reading things like PlannerModeCommentary and PlannerModeMethods will help you get an idea of how other people plan their day, and may inspire you to improve your process.
- Use undated tasks. If you don’t have to do something on or by a certain date, leave it undated by specifying “nil” at the date prompt. You can review your undated tasks by opening your plan pages. You can schedule tasks with C-c C-c (planner-copy-or-move-task). Tip: Before you complete a task, make sure it’s scheduled for today. That way, when you complete it, the entry also shows up in today’s page--great for writing accomplishment reports. You can use C-u C-c C-c (universal prefix to planner-copy-or-move-task) to reschedule a completed task if you make a mistake.
- If you prefer to use dated tasks for everything, procrastinate ruthlessly. You can specify +n when asked for a date, where n is the number of days from now. For example, +7 means work on this task a week from today. This keeps today’s page a manageable size.
Use planner-multi. http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-wiki-discuss/2005-01/msg00222.html
No, you don’t have to. In fact, you don’t have to make anything public.
We haven’t figured out how to pick up the changes automatically. Unless you use planner-id.el.
Use planner-edit-task-description to change a task description, or require planner-id to edit your tasks manually. Use planner-replan-task to change the plan page a task is associated with.
AlexWhite? has ical export for appointments and unfinished tasks with PDA sync. Described on http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.wiki.general/1768
You can use non-wikiname pages if you want. Use double-brackets to force a link to a non-wiki name. For example, [[grad]] looks like ’grad’ and could be your shortcut for grad school. I use the name “short tags” to refer to them, but that’s just because I got hooked on http://del.icio.us and del.icio.us refers to labels as “tags”. =)
If the file already exists, planner-mode can link to it with one of these “short tags”. If the file already exists, it isn’t created at a planner-mode file, it is just linked. The even works with most TrampMode links.
People often share their tweaks by sending patches to the mailing list. You can apply patches with M-x ediff-patch-file .
You can enclose links in brackets like this: [[planner]]. Non-camel-case links might be easier for you to read, so try them out!
Also, this enables links to NON-planner pages, so you can add hot links to any of your other files in planner files. [[~/.elisp]], [[/ssh:user@remote:public_html/index.html]].
You can use planner-diary.el for recurring appointments through the Emacs Diary. Check the Diary sections in the Planner documentation and EmacsManual for more information. For recurring tasks, you can use planner-cyclic.el to create tasks based on diary entries in a separate file.
Can someone answer this question? Preferably, it would be some special markup that turns off CamelCase interpretation on a specific page.
This is a bit of an ugly hack but if you bind the following function to a convenient key:
(defun insert-zero-width-space () "Insert a zero-with no break space to stop auto-Wiki links!" (interactive) (insert "\ufeff"))
Then, assuming you have a font that includes this character (it’s the Arabic Presentation Forms-B area), you can put a zero-width space between the two words giving the appearance of a single word in CamelCase. If you don’t have this character then you can use the character \u200b in the General Punctuation area. This is a zero-width space; the disadvantage of using it is that the words might break apart at a line ending.
Yes! I actually use planner with EUC-JP.