Re: [Orgmode] Re: Agenda and weather forecast | multiple forecasts

2010-09-09 Thread Juan
A simple way is to use the category declaration:

#+CATEGORY: Paris
%%(org-google-weather Paris FR)
#+CATEGORY: Caen
%%(org-google-weather Caen FR)
#+CATEGORY: Agenda
... other stuff

Regards,
.j.

On Thu, Sep 09, 2010 at 12:06:22PM +, d.tchin wrote:
 I would like to ask one question. I would like to be able
 to do several forecast for different locations.
 For example I had the following entries :
 %%(org-google-weather Paris FR)
 %%(org-google-weather Caen FR)

 In the agenda I have the forecasts for the two locations but
 I have no idea on the output about the related locations.
 I have following ouput :

   Agenda: icon Couverture nuageuse partielle, 13-24 °C
   Agenda: icon Brouillard, 13-23 °C

 How can we had the locations. Something like :

   Agenda: *Paris*, icon Couverture nuageuse partielle, 13-24 °C
   Agenda: *Caen*, icon Brouillard, 13-23 °C

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[Orgmode] Re: Agenda and weather forecast | multiple forecasts

2010-09-09 Thread d . tchin
Juan Pechiar at computer.org writes:

 
 A simple way is to use the category declaration:
 
 #+CATEGORY: Paris
 %%(org-google-weather Paris FR)
 #+CATEGORY: Caen
 %%(org-google-weather Caen FR)
 #+CATEGORY: Agenda
 ... other stuff
 
 Regards,
 .j.
 

Thank you for your answer. 

In fact I was thought that the information was already
in expression (org-google-weather Paris FR) and 
the way was to extract it. But I like your suggestion.








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