On Nov 2, 4:10 pm, Peter Dyballa <Peter_Dyba...@xxxxxx> wrote:
> Am 02.11.2007 um 17:54 schrieb Mirko:
> > I don't want to mess with the diary file format if I can avoid it.
> You don't mess with the file format if you add local variables - you
> just make it clear to GNU Emacs what is obvious for you!
> I, for example, make clear that the diary file is in UTF-8:
> ;; Local variables:
> ;; coding: utf-8
> ;; End:
> and you can add
> ;; mode: diary
> ...And always remember the last words of my grandfather, who said:
> "A truck!" - Emo Phillips
Well, I decided to "cheat" by using the "built-in" make-diary-entry.
This function will set-up the file mode correctly.
(defun hj-entry ()
"Insert the jounral template into the diary file"
(let ((calendar-date-display-form '((substring monthname 0 3) " "
day ", " year)))
(make-diary-entry (concat (calendar-date-string (calendar-current-
" Journal: "))))