* Request for hacks: Project month notations
@ 2012-03-19 19:53 Simon Thum
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From: Simon Thum @ 2012-03-19 19:53 UTC (permalink / raw)
I'm working on a project where project dates were initially defined by a
relative time given in months to some fixed date (the kick-off).
So I've got a lot of dates which look like "M19" (month 19 after
kick-off), and I would like to use this notation (or something
resembling it) for deadlines and other dates.
The most viable option in my view is to define an elisp function and use
it as a sexp date. I guess I'll be able to figure out how to, but I
thought maybe somebody else has a better idea.
One drawback is that I'd have (?) to define it in/through init.el, not
in the project's org-mode file, which is unfortunate as the kick-off
date is project-specific.
Thanks in advance,
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