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Re: bookmark+ help required


From: Milan Stanojević
Subject: Re: bookmark+ help required
Date: Wed, 15 Apr 2015 15:55:22 -0400

Try this
(if (setq filename (cdr (assoc 'filename (bookmark-get-bookmark-record
bookmark))))


On Wed, Apr 15, 2015 at 3:24 PM, Guido Van Hoecke <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I switched to bookmark+ and some of my bookmarks now have a different
> format:
>
> Old format:
> #1=(#("past.org" 0 8
>       (bmkp-full-record #1#))
>     (filename . "~/org/past.org")
>     (front-context-string . "* DONE <2013-04-")
>     (rear-context-string)
>     (position . 1))
>
> New format:
> #1=(#("agenda.org" 0 10
>       (bmkp-full-record #1#))
>     (end-position . 12206)
>     (time 21790 27563 50717 0)
>     (visits . 0)
>     (filename . "~/org/agenda.org")
>     (front-context-string . "* TODO <2013-05-")
>     (rear-context-string . "g niet gestart!\n")
>     (position . 12206))
>
> I have an eshell function that allows me to type `j bookmark` (got it
> from http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/EshellBmk (thanks!)) and it fails
> with the new format: it expects the 'filename' cell up front in the
> record. That works with the old records, but not the new ones. In the
> above 'agenda.org' bookmark it thinks that the filename is '12206'.
>
> Here's the relevant code:
>   (if (setq filename (cdr (car (bookmark-get-bookmark-record bookmark))))
>
> My lisp is not up to turning this into an expression that would
> correctly load the filename from old formats as well as from the newer
> format.
>
> Any help and suggestion would be most welcome and appreciated.
>
> TIA,
>
> Guido
>
> Note: I am very willing to update the wiki with proposed working
> solution and give due credit to you guys.
>



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