Hi Garjola, I had the same problem.
I fixed it by downloading manually the last working version of Org from https://orgmode.org/elpa/, i.e. https://orgmode.org/elpa/org-20210503.tar and manually stored the extracted directory into my elpa directory, /home/garjola/.emacs.d/elpa/ in your case. After restarting Emacs Org agenda worked fine again. I hope that helps. Regards, Rainer Garjola Dindi <garj...@garjola.net> writes: > On Mon 17-May-2021 at 16:01:25 +02, Nicolas Goaziou > <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> wrote: >> Hello, >> >> Garjola Dindi <garj...@garjola.net> writes: >> >>> I am using the most recent elpa version of org >>> 9.4.5 (9.4.5-93-gbc857b-elpa @ >>> /home/garjola/.emacs.d/elpa/org-20210510/) with emacs master branch. >>> >>> Since updating org yesterday, when I use a timestamp like >>> >>> ,---- >>> | <2021-05-17 Mon 10:00-11:00> >>> `---- >>> >>> >>> building the agenda fails with this backtrace: >>> >>> ,---- >>> | Debugger entered--Lisp error: (error "Invalid duration format: >>> | #(\"10:00-11:00\" 0 5 (font...") >> >> This was fixed a few days ago. >> >> Since Org in ELPA is updated every Monday, you need to update it again >> (later?) today to get the fix. >> > > Hi, > > Thanks for your answer. I've been impatiently refreshing the packages > since yesterday, but I don't see any new version of org. > > I am using > > http://orgmode.org/elpa/ > > Is this still correct? Just wondering, since I understood that some > things are changing in org packaging and distribution. > > Thanks for your great work!