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Re: Subject: Bug: Org-Clock-Out in indirect buffer error after refile [9

From: Eddie Drury
Subject: Re: Subject: Bug: Org-Clock-Out in indirect buffer error after refile [9.3 (release_9.3 @ /usr/share/emacs/27.1/lisp/org/)]
Date: Thu, 22 Jul 2021 18:25:40 +0800

Hi Bhavin, 

Thanks for your prompt response. 

I have followed those steps and that is the same behaviour I get. 

The expected behaviour is for it to clock out of the subtree, instead of giving the "Clock start time is gone" error. 


- Eddie Drury 

On Wed, 21 Jul 2021 at 02:00, Bhavin Gandhi <bhavin7392@gmail.com> wrote:
Hello Eddie

On Mon, 19 Jul 2021 at 16:15, Eddie Drury <eddie.drury@gmail.com> wrote:
> When I am working in an indirect buffer and am currently clocked into a subheading. If I refile this subheading and then run org-clock-out, I get the error "Clock start time is gone".

I'm not sure if this is intended behaviour or a bug, but I was able to
reproduce this with the following steps on the latest master. Can you
confirm if you are doing something similar as well?

Content of test.org

#+begin_src org
* Read Org mode list
** Triage bugs

* Read Emacs bugs list


1. Now go to the "Read Org mode list" entry and run,
   org-tree-to-indirect-buffer (C-c C-x b).
2. Switch to the indirect buffer.
3. Go to the "Triage bugs" entry, and run org-clock-in (C-c C-x C-i).
4. Refile the "Triage bugs" entry to "Read Emacs bugs list" with
   org-refile (C-c C-w)
5. Switch to test.org buffer, and go to the "Triage bugs" entry, and run
   org-clock-out (C-c C-x C-o)
6. This will show "Clock start time is gone"

> When not working in an indirect buffer, Org Mode is able to track this subtree and clock out of it, which is the expected behaviour.

Yes, I found that it is able to track the refile.

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