inspired my to do this:
(defun org-done-view (optional offset)
Shows all TODOs, which are done.
(interactive nOffset: )
(let ((offset (or offset 0)))
(let ((t0 (calendar-current-date offset))
(t1 (calendar-current-date (+ offset 1
How can I open a calendar to pick a date?
2014-11-26 20:44 GMT+01:00 John Kitchin jkitc...@andrew.cmu.edu:
I am not sure how to do this through the agenda, but here is a way to
find headlines in the current file that were closed today. You could
wrap this in a loop over the files in your agenda list. It is a little
clumsy on the time comparisons but it works ;)
* Getting items done today
** DONE item 1
CLOSED: [2014-11-26 Wed 13:09] DEADLINE: 2014-11-26 Wed
** DONE item 2
CLOSED: [2014-11-25 Tue 13:09] DEADLINE: 2014-11-26 Wed
** Mapping entries to find what closed today.
First, we look at a timestamp comparison function.
(org-time= 2014-11-26 Wed 2014-11-26 Wed)
(let* ((closed (org-entry-get (point) CLOSED))
(today (format-time-string %Y-%m-%d)))
(let ((parts (org-parse-time-string closed)))
(nth 5 parts) ; year
(nth 4 parts) ; month
(nth 3 parts) ; day
(message-box Found a closed task: %s
| nil | Found a closed task: (2 2 DONE nil item 1 nil) | nil | nil |
Sascha Ziemann cev...@gmail.com writes:
I tried to get a list of all items done today. I tried to open the
agenda view but is does not show anything. What is the right command
to see the items done today?
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