Re: [O] org-id fixups and minor changes

2019-10-19 Thread Gustav Wikström
/G From: Gustav Wikström Sent: den 31 augusti 2019 21:17 To: Carsten Dominik Cc: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org Subject: RE: [O] org-id fixups and minor changes Hi Carsten, Yeah – you’re right, I didn’t think that much about automated ID creation so I stopped at seconds. I agree that it would be more

Re: [O] org-id fixups and minor changes

2019-09-01 Thread Gustav Wikström
Subject: Re: [O] org-id fixups and minor changes On Sun, Sep 1, 2019, 08:49 Stig Brautaset mailto:s...@brautaset.org>> wrote: Hi Gustav, Gustav Wikström mailto:gus...@whil.se>> writes: > [...] I also wonder how common it will be to try to batch-add ID’s…? Not especially uncommon,

Re: [O] org-id fixups and minor changes

2019-09-01 Thread Carsten Dominik
On Sun, Sep 1, 2019, 08:49 Stig Brautaset wrote: > Hi Gustav, > > Gustav Wikström writes: > > [...] I also wonder how common it will be to try to batch-add ID’s…? > > Not especially uncommon, I think. Both the org-rss and org-drill > packages batch-add IDs on first use. > And even if that

Re: [O] org-id fixups and minor changes

2019-09-01 Thread Stig Brautaset
Hi Gustav, Gustav Wikström writes: > [...] I also wonder how common it will be to try to batch-add ID’s…? Not especially uncommon, I think. Both the org-rss and org-drill packages batch-add IDs on first use. Regards, Stig

Re: [O] org-id fixups and minor changes

2019-08-31 Thread Adam Porter
Gustav Wikström writes: > Yeah – you’re right, I didn’t think that much about automated ID > creation so I stopped at seconds. I agree that it would be more > general with more precision but that will also add some more noise > into each ID. Maybe that’s not significant. But I also wonder how >

Re: [O] org-id fixups and minor changes

2019-08-31 Thread Gustav Wikström
From: Carsten Dominik Sent: den 10 augusti 2019 00:34 To: Gustav Wikström Cc: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org Subject: Re: [O] org-id fixups and minor changes Hi Gustav, I can see that it feels more natural to use timestamps. I certainly see that relative file names are good for across-computer

Re: [O] org-id fixups and minor changes

2019-08-09 Thread Adam Porter
Carsten Dominik writes: > You system assumes, if I see that correctly (have not studied it yet), > that not more that one ID will be created per second. Or do you have > something in place that will catch this, for example if someone uses > the mapping API to assign IDs to a whole bunch of

Re: [O] org-id fixups and minor changes

2019-08-09 Thread Carsten Dominik
Hi Gustav, I can see that it feels more natural to use timestamps. I certainly see that relative file names are good for across-computer compatibility. You system assumes, if I see that correctly (have not studied it yet), that not more that one ID will be created per second. Or do you have

[O] org-id fixups and minor changes

2019-08-02 Thread Gustav Wikström
Hi! I've pushed a couple of fixes and changes to master related to org-id. First; a fix and a (major) speedup and method-change for how the global caching works for ID's. The change in method is that providing file's as arguments to org-id-update-id-locations no longer breaks the existing id