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Bugpile - Take Action on Selected Tasks

Select Tasks in the Result List and choose an Action to take on them

Result List

This is an imaginary result list of a user query. It shows all the tasks that were matched by the query either in tags, properties or free text (content). The result list is produced inside a dynamic block as a column view of a utility file 'iorg-dblock-collect.org' that is used to collect all matching subtrees as second level entries under a top-level entry with a global ID, that is used as attribute of the dynamic block.

This is likely not portable to another machine yet, so you might have to delete the ID in /bugpile/objects/iorg-dblock-collect.org and create a new one on you machine with org-id-get-create, and then use this new ID in the header of the dynamic block in file bugpile-view-take-action-on-selected-tasks.org in the bugpile/view directory.

1. the column view should present entries that were matched and collected due to a user query
2. the iorg-html export-backend should put a html checkbox in front of each table row, put a html selectbox with possible actions at the bottom of the page, and wrap the whole thing in a html form.

Assume you selected a task and want bugpile to show-task.

Task TODO object-foo html-edit TAGS
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** bug TODO bug link :foo:bar: