>>>>> On Wed, 02 Sep 2020 15:45:36 +0200, Michael Heerdegen 
>>>>> <michael_heerde...@web.de> said:

    Michael> Robert Pluim <rpl...@gmail.com> writes:
    >> How about:
    >> diff --git a/lisp/org-agenda.el b/lisp/org-agenda.el
    >> index 78fe13303..9049b3a42 100644
    >> --- a/lisp/org-agenda.el
    >> +++ b/lisp/org-agenda.el
    >> @@ -5772,7 +5772,7 @@ displayed in agenda view."
    >> r (replace-match "" nil nil r)))
    >> (if (string-match "\\S-" r)
    >> (setq txt r)
    >> -              (setq txt "SEXP entry returned empty string"))
    >> +              (setq txt (org-no-properties (org-get-heading t t t t))))
    >> (setq txt (org-agenda-format-item extra txt level category tags 'time))
    >> (org-add-props txt props 'org-marker marker
    >> 'date date 'todo-state todo-state

    Michael> Thanks for looking at this.

    Michael> Ok - That gives me a headline in the agenda, but a wrong one (more 
    Michael> less, a random headline in the same file, at a seemingly unrelated
    Michael> location).

OK. Thatʼs as far as my org-hacking knowledge goes, so perhaps someone
else here has an idea of the right way to invoke "tell me what heading
Iʼm in, as a string".

    >> >> **  Just before midnight on a few days 23:00-24:00
    >> >> <%%(org-block 2020 8 31 2020 9 2)>
    >> >> <%%(org-block 2020 9 10 2020 9 12)>
    Michael> But it seems those time stamps are not allowed to span
    Michael> multiple lines
    Michael> (at least I don't get it work).  Seems org doesn't
    Michael> recognize them as
    Michael> such?
    >> Itʼs working fine for me in org-9.3.6. Note that I have my default
    >> agenda view set to a fortnight, and those dates span two different
    >> weeks.

    Michael> I didn't mean time spans.  What doesn't work for me are time 
    Michael> that span multiple text lines.

You've lost me. Can you show me an example?


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