Re: org-timer-set-timer from any buffer

2020-02-11 Thread Kyle Meyer
Bastien  writes:

> Kyle Meyer  writes:
>
>> Ian already addressed it with the patch at
>> ,
>> which was applied as 044e9718c (org-timer.el: Allow org-timer-set-timer
>> from non-Org buffers, 2019-11-16).
>
> Thanks!  I didn't read the whole thread as I should have, thanks for
> applying this.

It happened in a separate thread, so there wasn't much hope for it to be
linked up.  I should have sent a message here for posterity when I
applied the patch.



Re: org-timer-set-timer from any buffer

2020-02-11 Thread Bastien
Hi Kyle,

Kyle Meyer  writes:

> Ian already addressed it with the patch at
> ,
> which was applied as 044e9718c (org-timer.el: Allow org-timer-set-timer
> from non-Org buffers, 2019-11-16).

Thanks!  I didn't read the whole thread as I should have, thanks for
applying this.

-- 
 Bastien



Re: org-timer-set-timer from any buffer

2020-02-11 Thread Kyle Meyer
Hi Bastien,

Bastien  writes:

> Hi Ian,
>
> ian martins  writes:
>
>> Is it intentional that org-timer start, stop, and pause-or-continue
>> all work from any buffer, but org-timer-set-timer only works from an
>> org buffer?
>
> I don't know if this is intentional.
>
> Is there a problem here?  If so, how can we fix it?

Ian already addressed it with the patch at
,
which was applied as 044e9718c (org-timer.el: Allow org-timer-set-timer
from non-Org buffers, 2019-11-16).



Re: org-timer-set-timer from any buffer

2020-02-11 Thread Bastien
Hi Ian,

ian martins  writes:

> Is it intentional that org-timer start, stop, and pause-or-continue
> all work from any buffer, but org-timer-set-timer only works from an
> org buffer?

I don't know if this is intentional.

Is there a problem here?  If so, how can we fix it?

Thanks,

-- 
 Bastien



Re: org-timer-set-timer from any buffer

2019-11-05 Thread Marco Wahl
ian martins  writes:

> Is it intentional that org-timer start, stop, and pause-or-continue all
> work from any buffer, but org-timer-set-timer only works from an org buffer?

I bet $1 that this is unintentional.  If it was intentional this should
have been documented, I think.  Possibly you are the first noticing this
inconsistency.