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* Calling code block from header in agenda
@ 2021-06-17 15:20 Ken Mankoff
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From: Ken Mankoff @ 2021-06-17 15:20 UTC (permalink / raw)
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I'd like to `ctrl-c ctrl-c` on a TODO section header in the agenda and have a code block execute. Is this possible?

Outside the agenda I can CC on part of this header (the src_bash{date} part) and it evaluates. Elsewhere it asks for tags as usual.

** TODO foo src_bash{date}

In the agenda, it asks for tags regardless of where I CC.

I don't need the src_bash in the headline, but it seems like a security issue to have org-babel-execute-subtree invoked from the agenda. I figure someone could add src_elisp{(org-babel-execute-subtree)} to the headline if they need that.


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