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[TI-81] Allow correction with filtered ids #85

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taskwarrior opened this Issue Feb 11, 2018 · 6 comments

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taskwarrior commented Feb 11, 2018

Plup on 2017-06-16T19:42:30Z says:

It would great to have a way to modifiy tags with (at)ids.

If I look for all recorded tasks with a tag filter I get this :

$ timew sum :year :ids vhenry
Wk Date Day ID Tags Start End Time Total
W20 2017-05-19 Fri @15 régler le problème de mails en spam, vhenry, work 6:43:31 9:16:26 2:32:55 2:32:55
W22 2017-05-29 Mon @14 migrer le site, vhenry, work 15:00:00 17:11:49 2:11:49 2:11:49
W22 2017-05-30 Tue @13 migrer le site, vhenry, work 10:36:57 10:54:58 0:18:01 0:18:01
W22 2017-06-01 Thu @12 migrer le site, vhenry, work 19:10:44 22:08:46 2:58:02 2:58:02
W22 2017-06-02 Fri @11 migrer le site, vhenry, work 16:20:00 16:59:32 0:39:32 0:39:32
W23 2017-06-05 Mon @10 migrer le site, vhenry, work 11:38:46 12:00:35 0:21:49 0:21:49
W23 2017-06-06 Tue @9 migrer le site, vhenry, work 10:01:00 10:12:46 0:11:46
@8 migrer le site, vhenry, work 12:48:27 13:29:42 0:41:15
@7 migrer le site, vhenry, work 19:15:09 20:10:16 0:55:07 1:48:0

Now if I want to add/remove a tag or make a correction I could do this :

$ timew tag @8 something

But in this context @8 is not the same record anymore. So I'm actually adding a tag to the 8th last record in the database.

Is there a workaround ?

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taskwarrior commented Feb 11, 2018

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Created: 2017-06-16T19:42:30Z
Modified: 2018-01-12T06:22:18Z
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taskwarrior commented Feb 11, 2018

Plup on 2017-06-16T19:45:28Z says:

Oops. Is there a way to edit the message to add the right code tags ?

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taskwarrior commented Feb 11, 2018

Plup on 2017-06-16T19:55:44Z says:

As a workaround I remove the "tag" filter and pipe the command in grep "tag". This gives me the write ID.

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taskwarrior commented Feb 11, 2018

Paul Beckingham on 2017-06-16T22:27:12Z says:

Code tags are { n o f o r m a t } without the spaces.

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taskwarrior commented Feb 11, 2018

Paul Beckingham on 2017-06-16T22:28:28Z says:

No workaround at the moment - you have to show an unfiltered list to use @.  Good idea.

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taskwarrior commented Feb 11, 2018

Thomas Lauf on 2018-01-12T06:20:36Z says:

This got fixed with commit 182cd5b

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