~protesilaos/denote

57b417b6d6769b6a3a0f8952d53aa6efb3124682 — Protesilaos Stavrou 5 months ago 8f1206d
Fix typo in denote-journal-extras-hook
2 files changed, 9 insertions(+), 9 deletions(-)

M README.org
M denote-journal-extras.el
M README.org => README.org +7 -7
@@ 2258,9 2258,9 @@ more suitable for those who like to keep a record of something like a
thought or event (though this can also be achieved by the regular
~denote~ command or maybe ~denote-subdirectory~).

#+vindex: denote-journa-extras-hook
#+vindex: denote-journal-extras-hook
The ~denote-journal-extras-new-entry~ command calls the normal hook
~denote-journa-extras-hook~ after it is done.  The user can leverage
~denote-journal-extras-hook~ after it is done.  The user can leverage
this to produce consequences therefrom, such as to set a timer with
the ~tmr~ package from GNU ELPA ([[#h:4af1f81e-e93a-43cc-b344-960032a16d42][Journaling with a timer]]).



@@ 2299,20 2299,20 @@ your output and its quality.  To use a timer with Emacs, consider the

To make this timer start as soon as a new journal entry is created
with the command ~denote-journal-extras-new-entry~, add a function to
the ~denote-journa-extras-hook~.  For example:
the ~denote-journal-extras-hook~.  For example:

#+begin_src emacs-lisp
;; Add an anonymous function, which is more difficult to modify after
;; the fact:
(add-hook 'denote-journa-extras-hook (lambda ()
                                       (tmr "10" "Practice writing in my journal")))
(add-hook 'denote-journal-extras-hook (lambda ()
                                        (tmr "10" "Practice writing in my journal")))

;; Or write a small function that you can then modify without
;; revaluating the hook:
(defun my-denote-tmr ()
  (tmr "10" "Practice writing in my journal"))

(add-hook 'denote-journa-extras-hook 'my-denote-tmr)
(add-hook 'denote-journal-extras-hook 'my-denote-tmr)

;; Or to make it fully featured, define variables for the duration and
;; the description and set it up so that you only need to modify


@@ 2324,7 2324,7 @@ the ~denote-journa-extras-hook~.  For example:
(defun my-denote-tmr ()
  (tmr my-denote-tmr-duration my-denote-tmr-description))

(add-hook 'denote-journa-extras-hook 'my-denote-tmr)
(add-hook 'denote-journal-extras-hook 'my-denote-tmr)
#+end_src

Once the timer elapses, stop writing and review your performance.

M denote-journal-extras.el => denote-journal-extras.el +2 -2
@@ 77,7 77,7 @@ for a title."
          (const :tag "Monday 19 September 2023 08:49 PM" :value "%A %e %B %Y %I:%M %^p" day-date-month-year-12h)
          (string :tag "Custom string with `format-time-string' specifiers")))

(defcustom denote-journa-extras-hook nil
(defcustom denote-journal-extras-hook nil
  "Normal hook called after `denote-journal-extras-new-entry'.
Use this to, for example, set a timer after starting a new
journal entry (refer to the `tmr' package on GNU ELPA)."


@@ 120,7 120,7 @@ created file."
    (denote
     (denote-journal-extras-daily--title-format)
     `(,denote-journal-extras-keyword))
    (run-hooks 'denote-journa-extras-hook)))
    (run-hooks 'denote-journal-extras-hook)))

(defun denote-journal-extras--entry-today ()
  "Return list of files matching a journal for today."