Re: [O] tasks, clocks, and notes

2015-02-13 Thread hymie
That is perfect!  Thank you!

--hymie!http://lactose.homelinux.net/~hymie hy...@lactose.homelinux.net
My fitbit says I've walked 1582 steps today (as of 08:54).

Subhan Michael Tindall writes:
Try
'(org-log-note-clock-out t)

This gives you something like this:
* WORK break
This is my break log
   CLOCK: [2015-02-04 Wed 11:20]--[2015-02-04 Wed 11:30] =3D  0:10
   - coffee
   CLOCK: [2015-02-04 Wed 09:52]--[2015-02-04 Wed 10:16] =3D  0:24
   - coffee, walk
   CLOCK: [2015-02-03 Tue 09:35]--[2015-02-03 Tue 09:45] =3D  0:10
   - walk



[O] tasks, clocks, and notes

2015-02-12 Thread hymie!
Greetings.

I have a funny feeling I asked this before, but I can't remember and I
couldn't find it in a search.

So let's say I have a task -- fix a computer.  I add some memory, I test the
new memory and that doesn't solve the problem, and then I finally figure out
it was the video driver.

I could log that this way:

* fix the computer
**  added memory to the machine
CLOCK: [2015-01-28 Wed 12:36] -- [2015-01-28 Wed 13:14]
**  memory didn't resolve the problem
CLOCK: [2015-01-28 Wed 13:28] -- [2015-01-28 Wed 13:53]
**  finally found it -- it was the video driver
CLOCK: [2015-01-29 Thu 09:12] -- [2015-01-29 The 11:30]

but then my Agenda will have pretty disjoint notes about added memory to
the machine.  I'd prefer that the Agenda either say fix the computer
or (even better) fix the computer -- added memory to the machine.

Is there something I can do that would add notes to an individual clock
entry, something like

* fix the computer
CLOCK: [2015-01-28 Wed 12:36] -- [2015-01-28 Wed 13:14]
added memory to the machine
CLOCK: [2015-01-28 Wed 13:28] -- [2015-01-28 Wed 13:53]
memory didn't resolve the problem
CLOCK: [2015-01-29 Thu 09:12] -- [2015-01-29 The 11:30]
finally found it -- it was the video driver

that would still leave the clock lines attached to the main task, but
still keep some individual notes about the various pieces of the task?

--hymie!




Re: [O] tasks, clocks, and notes

2015-02-12 Thread Subhan Michael Tindall
Try
'(org-log-note-clock-out t)

This gives you something like this:
* WORK break
This is my break log
   CLOCK: [2015-02-04 Wed 11:20]--[2015-02-04 Wed 11:30] =  0:10
   - coffee
   CLOCK: [2015-02-04 Wed 09:52]--[2015-02-04 Wed 10:16] =  0:24
   - coffee, walk
   CLOCK: [2015-02-03 Tue 09:35]--[2015-02-03 Tue 09:45] =  0:10
   - walk

Now, now to get a coherent report out of them other than by looking at the TODO 
is not something I've worked out yet

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 Subject: [O] tasks, clocks, and notes
 
 Greetings.
 
 I have a funny feeling I asked this before, but I can't remember and I 
 couldn't
 find it in a search.
 
 So let's say I have a task -- fix a computer.  I add some memory, I test the
 new memory and that doesn't solve the problem, and then I finally figure out
 it was the video driver.
 
 I could log that this way:
 
 * fix the computer
 **  added memory to the machine
 CLOCK: [2015-01-28 Wed 12:36] -- [2015-01-28 Wed 13:14]
 **  memory didn't resolve the problem
 CLOCK: [2015-01-28 Wed 13:28] -- [2015-01-28 Wed 13:53]
 **  finally found it -- it was the video driver
 CLOCK: [2015-01-29 Thu 09:12] -- [2015-01-29 The 11:30]
 
 but then my Agenda will have pretty disjoint notes about added memory to
 the machine.  I'd prefer that the Agenda either say fix the computer
 or (even better) fix the computer -- added memory to the machine.
 
 Is there something I can do that would add notes to an individual clock
 entry, something like
 
 * fix the computer
 CLOCK: [2015-01-28 Wed 12:36] -- [2015-01-28 Wed 13:14]
 added memory to the machine
 CLOCK: [2015-01-28 Wed 13:28] -- [2015-01-28 Wed 13:53]
 memory didn't resolve the problem
 CLOCK: [2015-01-29 Thu 09:12] -- [2015-01-29 The 11:30]
 finally found it -- it was the video driver
 
 that would still leave the clock lines attached to the main task, but still 
 keep
 some individual notes about the various pieces of the task?
 
 --hymie!
 


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