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From: "Sébastien Vauban" <wxhgmqzgwmuf-geNee64TY+gS+FvcfC7Uqw@public.gmane.org>
To: emacs-orgmode-mXXj517/zsQ@public.gmane.org
Subject: Re: org google weather
Date: Sat, 05 Mar 2011 00:03:44 +0100	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <801v2mmqsv.fsf@somewhere.org> (raw)
In-Reply-To: <8736.1299256681@alphaville.dokosmarshall.org>

Hi Nick,

Nick Dokos wrote:
> Ian Barton <lists-Y4y6QUDF+ubzvewUbhsq6Q@public.gmane.org> wrote:
>> > Ian Barton wrote:
>> >>> Has anybody tried adding the functionality of %%(diary-sunrise-sunset)
>> >>> (sunrise, sunset time and daylight hours) to the google weather code?
>> >>
>> >> I just have something like:
>> >>
>> >> #+CATEGORY: Day/Year
>> >> &%%(diary-day-of-year)
>> >> #+CATEGORY: Sunrise
>> >> &%%(diary-sunrise-sunset)
>> >>
>> >> in one of my Agenda files. Sunrise then appears at sunrise time in my
>> >> Agenda like:
>> >>
>> >>     Sunrise:     6:53...... Sunrise (GMT), sunset 5:52pm (GMT) at
>> >> Wilkesley (10:58 hours daylight)
>> >
>> > Do you have a way to get the sunset located on a line on its own
>> > (different line from the sunrise one)? That'd be even much nicer...
>>
>> No, but I would like one:) If there were separate diary functions for
>> sunrise and sunset it would be easy. Maybe I need to look at the diary
>> elisp and write my own separate functions.
>
> Quick hack just parsing the output of diary-sunrise-sunset.

Excellent hack, for at least 2 reasons: the feature itself, and showing us the
way how to enhance the agenda... Thanks a lot.

> I added this early in my org-config file (which is sourced by .emacs)
> [...] and this to one of my agenda files:
>
> #+CATEGORY: Weather
> %%(diary-sunrise)
> %%(diary-sunset)
>
> and I get:
>
> ,----
> | Friday      4 March 2011
> |   Weather:     6:16...... Sunrise (EST)
> |                8:00...... ----------------
> |               10:00...... ----------------
> |               12:00...... ----------------
> |               14:00...... ----------------
> |               16:00...... ----------------
> |   Weather:    17:36...... Sunset (EST)
> |               18:00...... ----------------
> |               20:00...... ----------------
> `----

Because of this:

#+begin_src emacs-lisp
    (setq org-agenda-default-appointment-duration 60)
#+end_src

I get:

    ,----
    | 2011-03-05 Sat
    |                0:01-1:01  now ____
    |   Weather:     7:18-8:18  Sunrise (+0100)
    |                8:00-9:00  ________
    |               10:00-11:00 ________
    |               12:00-13:00 ________
    |               14:00-15:00 ________
    |               16:00-17:00 ________
    |               18:00-19:00 ________
    |   Weather:    18:24-19:24 Sunset (+0100)
    `----

i.e, a not-that-clear indication of when the sunrise/sunset is supposed to
happen.

In this case, it's clearly a one-minute event. Is there, then, a way to avoid
the "+ 1 hour" range computation for it, while keeping the above variable for
other common tasks?

Best regards,
  Seb

-- 
Sébastien Vauban

  parent reply	other threads:[~2011-03-04 23:03 UTC|newest]

Thread overview: 30+ messages / expand[flat|nested]  mbox.gz  Atom feed  top
2011-03-03 21:37 Simon Brown
2011-03-04  8:40 ` Ian Barton
2011-03-04  9:08   ` Sébastien Vauban
2011-03-04 11:27     ` Ian Barton
2011-03-04 15:29       ` brian powell
2011-03-04 16:38       ` Nick Dokos
2011-03-04 19:28         ` Bastien
2011-03-04 19:42         ` Konrad Hinsen
2011-03-04 20:26           ` Nick Dokos
2011-03-05 10:19             ` Bastien
2011-03-05 11:44               ` Matthew Sauer
2011-03-05 13:26                 ` Konrad Hinsen
2011-03-05 14:57                   ` Matthew Sauer
2011-03-05 15:15                     ` Michael Markert
2011-03-05 15:23                     ` Nick Dokos
2011-03-05 17:46                       ` Matthew Sauer
2011-03-05 19:57                         ` Nick Dokos
2011-03-05 14:29               ` Konrad Hinsen
2011-03-05 17:07                 ` Bastien
2011-03-05 20:35                   ` Konrad Hinsen
2011-03-05 21:19                     ` brian powell
2011-03-05 23:51                     ` Nick Dokos
2011-03-06 10:33                       ` Konrad Hinsen
2011-03-06 11:20                         ` Konrad Hinsen
2011-03-04 23:03         ` Sébastien Vauban [this message]
2011-03-04 23:25           ` Nick Dokos
2011-03-04 21:28   ` Simon Brown
2011-03-04 22:05     ` Nick Dokos
2011-03-04 22:29       ` Nick Dokos
2011-03-04 22:43       ` Simon Brown

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