This section will describe how to customize some default org-trello behavior.
Here is an example of how to setup all actual org-trello user-customized variables:
(custom-set-variables '(orgtrello-log-level orgtrello-log-debug) ;; log level to debug '(org-trello-current-prefix-keybinding "C-c x") ;; C-c x as the default prefix '(orgtrello-setup-use-position-in-checksum-computation nil) ;; checksum without position '(org-trello-files '("~/docs/some-doc.trello" "~/docs/some-other-doc.org"))) ;; automatic org-trello on files
Note: For the current session, place yourself after the s-exp and evaluate it M-x eval-last-sexp
To make it persistent over reboot, place this snippet inside your emacs’ setup (~/.emacs, ~/.emacs.d/init.el, etc…).
Emacs owns a powerful customize group command. To use it:
M-x customize-group RET org-trello RET
Here is a preview of my own state:
Org-trello group: Org-trello customisation group. [ State ]: something in this group has been set and saved. Hide Org Trello Current Prefix Keybinding: C-c o [ State ]: SAVED and set. The default prefix keybinding to execute org-trello commands. Hide org-trello-files: nil [ State ]: STANDARD. (mismatch) Org-trello files that needs org-trello activated when opened. Hide Org Trello Mode Hook: [INS] [ State ]: STANDARD. Define org-trello hook for user to extend mode with their own behavior. Hide Orgtrello Log Level: 3 [ State ]: SAVED and set. Set log level. More Hide Orgtrello Setup Use Position In Checksum Computation: nil [ State ]: STANDARD. Let the user decide if (s)he wants to use the position in the checksum. More
You can directly edit from the ui.