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From: "Francis J. Monari, Esquire" <monarifj.esq@juno.com>
To: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
Subject: emac org diary entries
Date: Thu, 19 Mar 2015 17:13:37 -0400	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <550B3C01.8090000@juno.com> (raw)

Emacs Org Mode recognizes diary entries both inside and outside angle
brackets (less than and greater than signs), e.g.:
<%%(diary-date 2015 03 19)>, and
%%(diary-date 2015 03 19).
Should users rely on both forms being recognized in the future?

Emacs Org Mode also fully parses / recognizes diary entries not enclosed
in angle brackets that extend over multiple lines.  I believe that the
documentation indicates that entries on one line will be recognized.
Should users rely on expressions extending over multiple lines being
recognized in the future?

It would seem like both answers should be yes since the Emacs diary
program accepts both types of expressions.

Thank you,


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