I'm a big fun of org mode. But I have the one problem with this mode.
When you register two files, a/readme.org and b/readme.org to register org-agenda-files, the problem is that o, both are expressed "readme" and treated as the same agenda.
Imagine the case where you join two different project for development, you will see how annoying those are. So I tried to solve this problem.
My basic idea was to use the upper directory name also as an identifier. In the above example, "a/readme" and "b/readme" show up in Org Agenda and are treated as different tag space.
It was also nice to know how to debug functions in emacs / elisp.
readme :TODO [#A] update docs for sound-reflection module readme :TODO [#A] update docs for setup
after my fix
ultrasonic/readme :TODO [#A] update docs for sound-reflection module onboarding/readme :TODO [#A] update docs for setup
Here is my idea. Feedback is welcome.
set up edebug to trace a
edebug is simple to use so this matches my case.
- enable edebug-defun to target function
- enable breakpoint by C-x X b
- enable edebug-step-mode
- run function
- you can eval / step /continue