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So, I managed to get my headline retrieval function fixed, so now the function searches and finds my header lines, but when I select the one I want to use.. it oddly throws back this apply: Wrong number of arguments: (0 . 0), 4 error. I am using Doom Emacs and org-mode v9.6 in Doom Emacs (showing in screenshot). Anyone know what's going on with the function? Doom Version:

 doom version
> Executing 'doom version' with Emacs 27.2 at 2022-03-25 10:31:00
  GNU Emacs     v27.2            nil
  Doom core     v3.0.0-dev       HEAD -> master aed2972d 2022-03-22 02:49:09 +0100
  Doom modules  v22.03.0-dev     HEAD -> master aed2972d 2022-03-22 02:49:09 +0100

Org Version on Doom Emacs I'm using doom upgrade to upgrade the packages and Doom Emacs, I'm unsure where Doom Emacs is getting the updates, I just know that running doom upgrade updates itself and the packages.

The function + org template

        ("aa" "Assignments" entry
                (file+function "~/sync/org/Assignments.org" org-get-target-headline)
                "\n*TODO %? %<%I:%M %p> - n"
                ;; ,(dw/read-file-as-string "~/Notes/Templates/Daily.org")
                :clock-in :clock-resume
                :empty-lines 1)
....

(defun org-get-target-headline (&optional targets prompt)
  "Prompt for a location in an org file and jump to it.

This is for prompting for refile targets when doing captures.
Targets are selected from `org-refile-targets'. If TARGETS is
given it temporarily overrides `org-refile-targets'. PROMPT will
replace the default prompt message.

If CAPTURE-LOC is is given, capture to that location instead of
prompting."
  (let ((org-refile-targets (or targets org-refile-targets))
        (prompt (or prompt "Capture Location")))
    (org-refile t nil nil prompt)))

Error from Emacs Debugger:

Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-number-of-arguments (0 . 0) 4)
  org-save-all-org-buffers(t nil nil "Capture Location")
  apply(org-save-all-org-buffers (t nil nil "Capture Location"))
  org-refile(t nil nil "Capture Location")
  (let ((org-refile-targets (or targets org-refile-targets)) (prompt (or prompt "Capture Location"))) (org-refile t nil nil prompt))
  org-get-target-headline()
  org-capture-set-target-location(nil)
  #f(compiled-function (&optional goto keys) "Capture something.\n\\<org-capture-mode-map>\nThis will let you select a template from `org-capture-templates', and\nthen file the newly captured information.  The text is immediately\ninserted at the target location, and an indirect buffer is shown where\nyou can edit it.  Pressing `\\[org-capture-finalize]' brings you back to the previous\nstate of Emacs, so that you can continue your work.\n\nWhen called interactively with a `\\[universal-argument]' prefix argument GOTO, don't\ncapture anything, just go to the file/headline where the selected\ntemplate stores its notes.\n\nWith a `\\[universal-argument] \\[universal-argument]' prefix argument, go to the last note stored.\n\nWhen called with a `C-0' (zero) prefix, insert a template at point.\n\nWhen called with a `C-1' (one) prefix, force prompting for a date when\na datetree entry is made.\n\nELisp programs can set KEYS to a string associated with a template\nin `org-capture-templates'.  In this case, interactive selection\nwill be bypassed.\n\nIf `org-capture-use-agenda-date' is non-nil, capturing from the\nagenda will use the date at point as the default date.  Then, a\n`C-1' prefix will tell the capture process to use the HH:MM time\nof the day at point (if any) or the current HH:MM time." (interactive "P") #<bytecode 0x1567eda85bd5>)(nil)
  apply(#f(compiled-function (&optional goto keys) "Capture something.\n\\<org-capture-mode-map>\nThis will let you select a template from `org-capture-templates', and\nthen file the newly captured information.  The text is immediately\ninserted at the target location, and an indirect buffer is shown where\nyou can edit it.  Pressing `\\[org-capture-finalize]' brings you back to the previous\nstate of Emacs, so that you can continue your work.\n\nWhen called interactively with a `\\[universal-argument]' prefix argument GOTO, don't\ncapture anything, just go to the file/headline where the selected\ntemplate stores its notes.\n\nWith a `\\[universal-argument] \\[universal-argument]' prefix argument, go to the last note stored.\n\nWhen called with a `C-0' (zero) prefix, insert a template at point.\n\nWhen called with a `C-1' (one) prefix, force prompting for a date when\na datetree entry is made.\n\nELisp programs can set KEYS to a string associated with a template\nin `org-capture-templates'.  In this case, interactive selection\nwill be bypassed.\n\nIf `org-capture-use-agenda-date' is non-nil, capturing from the\nagenda will use the date at point as the default date.  Then, a\n`C-1' prefix will tell the capture process to use the HH:MM time\nof the day at point (if any) or the current HH:MM time." (interactive "P") #<bytecode 0x1567eda85bd5>) nil)
  (let ((+file-templates-inhibit t)) (apply fn args))
  +file-templates-inhibit-in-org-capture-a(#f(compiled-function (&optional goto keys) "Capture something.\n\\<org-capture-mode-map>\nThis will let you select a template from `org-capture-templates', and\nthen file the newly captured information.  The text is immediately\ninserted at the target location, and an indirect buffer is shown where\nyou can edit it.  Pressing `\\[org-capture-finalize]' brings you back to the previous\nstate of Emacs, so that you can continue your work.\n\nWhen called interactively with a `\\[universal-argument]' prefix argument GOTO, don't\ncapture anything, just go to the file/headline where the selected\ntemplate stores its notes.\n\nWith a `\\[universal-argument] \\[universal-argument]' prefix argument, go to the last note stored.\n\nWhen called with a `C-0' (zero) prefix, insert a template at point.\n\nWhen called with a `C-1' (one) prefix, force prompting for a date when\na datetree entry is made.\n\nELisp programs can set KEYS to a string associated with a template\nin `org-capture-templates'.  In this case, interactive selection\nwill be bypassed.\n\nIf `org-capture-use-agenda-date' is non-nil, capturing from the\nagenda will use the date at point as the default date.  Then, a\n`C-1' prefix will tell the capture process to use the HH:MM time\nof the day at point (if any) or the current HH:MM time." (interactive "P") #<bytecode 0x1567eda85bd5>) nil)
  apply(+file-templates-inhibit-in-org-capture-a #f(compiled-function (&optional goto keys) "Capture something.\n\\<org-capture-mode-map>\nThis will let you select a template from `org-capture-templates', and\nthen file the newly captured information.  The text is immediately\ninserted at the target location, and an indirect buffer is shown where\nyou can edit it.  Pressing `\\[org-capture-finalize]' brings you back to the previous\nstate of Emacs, so that you can continue your work.\n\nWhen called interactively with a `\\[universal-argument]' prefix argument GOTO, don't\ncapture anything, just go to the file/headline where the selected\ntemplate stores its notes.\n\nWith a `\\[universal-argument] \\[universal-argument]' prefix argument, go to the last note stored.\n\nWhen called with a `C-0' (zero) prefix, insert a template at point.\n\nWhen called with a `C-1' (one) prefix, force prompting for a date when\na datetree entry is made.\n\nELisp programs can set KEYS to a string associated with a template\nin `org-capture-templates'.  In this case, interactive selection\nwill be bypassed.\n\nIf `org-capture-use-agenda-date' is non-nil, capturing from the\nagenda will use the date at point as the default date.  Then, a\n`C-1' prefix will tell the capture process to use the HH:MM time\nof the day at point (if any) or the current HH:MM time." (interactive "P") #<bytecode 0x1567eda85bd5>) nil)
  org-capture(nil)
  #<subr funcall-interactively>(org-capture nil)
  apply(#<subr funcall-interactively> (org-capture nil))
  funcall-interactively(org-capture nil)
  #<subr call-interactively>(org-capture record nil)
  apply(#<subr call-interactively> (org-capture record nil))
  explain-pause--wrap-call-interactively(#<subr call-interactively> org-capture record nil)
  apply(explain-pause--wrap-call-interactively #<subr call-interactively> (org-capture record nil))
  call-interactively(org-capture record nil)
  command-execute(org-capture record)
  execute-extended-command(nil "org-capture" nil)
  #<subr funcall-interactively>(execute-extended-command nil "org-capture" nil)
  apply(#<subr funcall-interactively> (execute-extended-command nil "org-capture" nil))
  funcall-interactively(execute-extended-command nil "org-capture" nil)
  #<subr call-interactively>(execute-extended-command nil nil)
  apply(#<subr call-interactively> (execute-extended-command nil nil))
  explain-pause--wrap-call-interactively(#<subr call-interactively> execute-extended-command nil nil)
  apply(explain-pause--wrap-call-interactively #<subr call-interactively> (execute-extended-command nil nil))
  call-interactively(execute-extended-command nil nil)
  command-execute(execute-extended-command)

Edit: I took out the t variable and now the error is that prompt is a void.

(defun org-get-target-headline (&optional targets prompt)
  "Prompt for a location in an org file and jump to it.

This is for promping for refile targets when doing captures.
Targets are selected from `org-refile-targets'. If TARGETS is
given it temporarily overrides `org-refile-targets'. PROMPT will
replace the default prompt message.

If CAPTURE-LOC is is given, capture to that location instead of
prompting."
  (let ((org-refile-targets (or targets org-refile-targets))
        (prompt (or prompt "Capture Location")))
    (org-refile nil nil prompt)))
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  • Somehow org-save-all-org-buffers gets called with the 4 arguments that were passed to org-refile. However, I can not find why because I can not find the (apply org-save-all-org-buffers ...) in the code base of org 9.5.2 (which is the version I am using). Maybe update your org first... Mar 25, 2022 at 8:22
  • Still getting the same error in version 9.6, updating question with the screenshot of my version
    – Nova Leary
    Mar 25, 2022 at 12:59
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    Ah so there is version 9.6 already... Well, then I'm stuck here. So then I would advise you to edebug the org-refile function (edebug is simple and powerful). Or maybe search/(rz)grep your code-base for apply org-save-all-org-buffers. Mar 25, 2022 at 13:26
  • There isn't a 9.6 yet - I just updated from the git repo and I get 9.5.2 (release_9.5.2-409-gc5ea19). And as of 2022/03/24, I had not seen an announcement on the ML. Maybe the OP can tell us where/how they got the update.
    – NickD
    Mar 25, 2022 at 15:01
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    Thanks! They seem to muck around with the version but if that's all they do, then there is no other difference that could have a bearing to this problem.
    – NickD
    Mar 25, 2022 at 16:02

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