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< It has hyperlinks and full-text WikiModes like EmacsWikiMode.
> It has hyperlinks and full-text search like EmacsWikiMode.
< for organizing notes into ad-hoc WikiModesable ontology.
> for organizing notes into ad-hoc searchable ontology.
< (Please WikiModes the word "mark-calendar" in this page).
> (Please search the word "mark-calendar" in this page).
< * M-x calendar, move TextCursor to a certain date, and type "d" to WikiModes that date in howm notes.
> * M-x calendar, move TextCursor to a certain date, and type "d" to search that date in howm notes.
< Also, is there any possibility exclude certain tags when WikiModesing for
> Also, is there any possibility exclude certain tags when searching for
Howm allows you to take notes fragmentarily and browse them collectively. It has hyperlinks and full-text search like EmacsWikiMode. It is a minor mode and can be combined with other modes.
There is no distinction between pages - each record can be arbitrarily timestamped, hyperlinked, and displayed with other related pages in one buffer, if needed. Quite convenient if one wants what did he put in about X, and next day - what was marked as Y. Very practical tool for organizing notes into ad-hoc searchable ontology.
The interesting thing about this mode is that it doesn’t only have “normal” forward pointing links – it also has backwards pointing links:
Goto link: These can point to keywords or to filenames.
>>> ~/BabyloniaWave.txt >>> highway planet
Come-from link: These can point “from” keywords.
<<< crystal star cluster
The string ‘crystal star cluster’ in all other files will now automatically point here.
Todo and Notifiers are created as you type and displayed in a separate buffer according to the importance, so you can click and see the context of the appontment.
The format is as follows:
[YYYY-MM-DD]- sink after the date (reminder)
[YYYY-MM-DD]+ float after the date (todo)
[YYYY-MM-DD]! float until the date (deadline)
As for recurring scheduled tasks, you can simply list them :-)
[2005-06-13]@ hogehoge [2005-06-20]@ hogehoge [2005-06-27]@ hogehoge [2005-07-04]@ hogehoge
A method to input such lists is described in http://howm.sourceforge.jp/README.html.
Some codes to integrate howm and diary are found in http://www.bookshelf.jp/cgi-bin/goto.cgi?file=meadow&node=howm%20calendar (Please search the word “mark-calendar” in this page). I expect everyone can read elisp part at least.
These codes provide the below features.
(calendar to howm)
(howm to calendar)
I have a question: is it possible to show and maybe highlight “missed” appointments in the Schedule section? That is, appointments of the form “[date]@ text” that were not explicitly finished by hitting RET on the “@”? --SebastianBlatt
This should work. --khi
;; show schedule items in menu... (setq howm-menu-schedule-days-before (* 365 30)) ;; from (today - X days) (setq howm-menu-schedule-days 7) ;; to (today + Y days)
Highlighting is not available at now. How about “separators” instead?
(setq howm-menu-reminder-separators '( ;; missed (-1 . "----------- m -----------------") ;; today (0 . "----------- 0 -----------------") ;; 1-3 days (3 . "----------- 3 -----------------") ;; 3-7 days (nil . "----------- t -----------------") ;; todo ))
Is there any way to have “templates” in howm ? I mean, I’d like to create all my notes and put them in a “inbox” category (goto-link) so that I could review them easily at each end of day ? Also, is there any possibility exclude certain tags when searching for notes ? – XavierMaillard
Yes. Please read docstring of the variable
‘howm-template’. You can exclude certain notes by typing C-u f contents RET or C-u f summary RET in howmS buffer. – khi
Yes, I have seen it after having asked it here … – XavierMaillard