Pull request for Calfw-org.el #10

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shido commented Aug 1, 2011

An entry which has period info(example:* <2011-8-1 Mon>--<2011-8-2 Tue> Going back to home town) is displayed as a long string likes "<2011-08-01 Mon>--<2011-08-02 Tue> back to home town".
I think it is too long for a limited space on calendar buffer.
I can only see "<2011-08-01 Mon>--<2011-08-02..." on calendar buffer.
So, I modified function cfw:org-extract-summary to remove a part which matchs org-tr-regexp from org-item.

shido added some commits Aug 1, 2011

@shido shido An entry which has period info(example:* <2011-8-1 Mon>--<2011-8-2 Tu…
…e> Going back to home town) is displayed as a long string likes "<2011-08-01 Mon>--<2011-08-02 Tue> back to home town".

I think it is too long for a limited space on calendar buffer. 
I can only see "<2011-08-01 Mon>--<2011-08-02..." on calendar buffer.
So, I modified function cfw:org-extract-summary to remove a part which matchs org-tr-regexp from org-item.
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@shido shido I don't need the information that which entry belongs towhich org fil…
…e very mach.

So, I deleated it.
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@shido shido I want todo keywords to show up in calendar buffer.
So, I comment-outed lines which remove todo keywords from org-item.
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@shido shido I want TODO/DONE keywords to be displayed in face org-todo/org-done.
So, I modified function cfw:org-summary-format to do so.
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@shido shido I noticed that multi-day events were not displayed properly. They wer…
…e displayed as single-day events which belong to each day of period.


These are my workaround.

1: cfw:org-get-timerange2
works well only when you include period info in a heading.
example: * <2011-8-1 Mon>--<2011-8-3 Wed>  going back to my hometown

2: cfw:org-get-timerange3
Using a property 'extra to make timerange
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