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[emacs-wiki-discuss] RE: new to planner and have a question - ~/Plans/MyPage in fundamental-mode
Thu, 22 Jun 2006 09:55:40 -0400
Welcome to Planner! The URL from which you obtained Remember looks
right to me.
Please visit this page for info on using Remember, which I updated
One way to get text mode to turn on when visiting a plan page is to
add something like this to your .emacs file:
(setq auto-mode-alist (append '(("\\.muse$" . text-mode)) auto-mode-alist))
This assumes you are using the default extension of .muse for muse files.
What I do, however, is define text-mode as my default mode like this:
(setq default-major-mode 'text-mode)
But this will turn on text mode for all files whose names fail to match
something on the auto-mode-alist.
Now about that link. If you want to create a link manually, use this
There are many functions that will create the links automatically. I hardly
ever create mine by hand, although I might modify them occasionally.
And to figure out what mode(s) is active (instead of guessing) press C-h m.
Note: I've not commented on your code because I didn't look at it.
HTH. Good luck!
Raymond Zeitler <address@hidden>
Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2006 13:59:49 -0400
From: "greg whittier" <address@hidden>
Subject: [emacs-wiki-discuss] new to planner and have a question -
~/Plans/MyPage in fundamental-mode
I got interested in PlannerMode after reading
http://pigpog.com/node/1974. From there I've found various (sometime
contradictory) directions. Here is where I've arrived. I have the
files from http://download.gna.org/planner-el/planner-3.40.tar.gz,
http://www.mwolson.org/static/dist/muse-latest.tar.gz in my ~/elisp
The planner 3.40 manual has references to remember (e.g. (add-to-list
'load-path "/path/to/remember")), but I can't find where it says to
get remember. I got from
although I was a little unsure of this since the rest of the planner
stuff on that site seems to be emacs-wiki-based rather than
Anyway, the problem I'm running into is that when I create a link
within a project page, then that page opens in fundamental mode and
not planner mode. It appears to be because the new page doesn't have
the .muse extension.
If, from the day page, I type C-c C-t, describe the task as "plan to
fix my car" and type "FixMyCar" then a FixMyCar.muse buffer is opened.
In the notes section I might want to create a related project by
typing [[FindAMechanic]] When I do that it creates a link. If I hit
enter with the cursor over FindAMechanic it opens a FindAMechanic
buffer in fundamental mode. I assume it's in fundamental mode because
it doesn't have the .muse extension. If I change to planner-mode than
things still don't work because creating a task from the day page with
the page name FindAMechanic creates a new and different
FindAMechanic.muse file. Help? Below is my .emacs file.
(add-to-list `load-path "~/elisp/muse/lisp/")
(add-to-list `load-path "~/elisp/planner/")
(add-to-list `load-path "~/elisp/remember/")
(setq remember-handler-functions '(remember-planner-append))
(setq remember-annotation-functions planner-annotation-functions)
(setq planner-project "GregPlanner")
("~/Plans" ;; where your Planner pages are located
:default "TaskPool" ;; use value of `planner-default-page'
;; This next part is for specifying where Planner pages
;; should be published and what Muse publishing style to
;; use. In this example, we will use the XHTML publishing
;; where files are published to
;; (the value of `planner-publishing-directory', if
;; you have a configuration for an older version
;; of Planner)
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