> I have these configurations in .emacs:
> (require 'planner-cyclic)
> (setq planner-cyclic-diary-file "~/Documenti/Agenda/ImpegniCiclici.muse")
> (setq planner-cyclic-diary-nag nil)
> And this is my cyclic tasks file:
> */18 #A0 _ Task 1
> */20 #B0 _ Task 2
> But these tasks never show: what could happen?
A few quick guesses.
Are you testing this with dates in the future? By default it won't
create tasks on past days.
Try it with planner-cyclic-diary-nag set to t instead? Because that
stops new tasks from being created if old ones already exist. At least
for purposes of testing, see if that works.
Try it with a diary file that doesn't have a .muse extension? I don't
know if that matters but I'm suspicious of mode issues.
Finally, when you are looking at a page where you expect those entries
to appear (in the future), what happens if you do M-x
If there are still problems, what versions of emacs, planner, and muse,
and what OS?
> I tried also with debug activated and this is what I got:
> Debugger entered--entering a function:
> * planner-cyclic-create-tasks-maybe()
>> If there are still problems, what versions of emacs, planner, and muse,
>> and what OS?
> Sorry, I forgot before: Emacs version 22.2.1, planner 3.41.arch.123-1,
> all from debian packages from sid distribuition in i386.
That's very strange. I'm in the process of getting a new debian package
uploaded. It seems to work okay, if you'd like to try it, you can
install it by adding:
> That's very strange. I'm in the process of getting a new debian package
> uploaded. It seems to work okay, if you'd like to try it, you can
> install it by adding:
> deb http://www.wjsullivan.net/debian unstable/
> to your sources.list. That should give you 3.42 of planner. It should
> also be in official Debian shortly.
Uhmmm, nothing changed......
I think it is a local issue but I cannot figure anything.