I would like to assing the function
org-timer-start with a univeral argument (
Ctrl-u) to its own key.
I read here, that one should look into the source code of a function to find out how to pass a universal argument.
Where is this part in the following function, that tells me about the universal argument call?
(defun org-timer-start (&optional offset) "Set the starting time for the relative timer to now. When called with prefix argument OFFSET, prompt the user for an offset time, with the default taken from a timer stamp at point, if any. If OFFSET is a string or an integer, it is directly taken to be the offset without user interaction. When called with a double prefix arg, all timer strings in the active region will be shifted by a specific amount. You will be prompted for the amount, with the default to make the first timer string in the region 0:00:00." (interactive "P") (cond ((equal offset '(16)) (call-interactively 'org-timer-change-times-in-region)) (org-timer-countdown-timer (user-error "Countdown timer is running. Cancel first")) (t (let (delta def s) (if (not offset) (setq org-timer-start-time (current-time)) (cond ((integerp offset) (setq delta offset)) ((stringp offset) (setq delta (org-timer-hms-to-secs offset))) (t (setq def (if (org-in-regexp org-timer-re) (match-string 0) "0:00:00") s (read-string (format "Restart timer with offset [%s]: " def))) (unless (string-match "\\S-" s) (setq s def)) (setq delta (org-timer-hms-to-secs (org-timer-fix-incomplete s))))) (setq org-timer-start-time (org-time-since delta))) (setq org-timer-pause-time nil) (org-timer-set-mode-line 'on) (message "Timer start time set to %s, current value is %s" (format-time-string "%T" org-timer-start-time) (org-timer-secs-to-hms (or delta 0))) (run-hooks 'org-timer-start-hook)))))
Do I need to make a custom fuction to call org-timer-start with a
Where is this part in the following function, that tells me about the universal argument call?and I think it does not anser
Do I need to make a custom fuction to call org-timer-start with a Ctrl-u prefix?. But honestly I don't really understand enough to assert.