I have blocks that I always define in my journal as follows:
October 4th, 2022 - Some article type:: content/article - Some podcast type:: content/podcast
I successfully created a query to get all contents with this:
(or [(contains? ?type "content/article")] [(contains? ?type "content/podcast")])
And this filter also works, which makes sure we’re looking at entries defined in the journal:
[?b :block/parent ?parent] ; [?parent :block/journal? true]
Now I would like to sort the results by the day of the journal entry. I know that journal blocks define a
I tried assembling a
:result-transform to sort it but with no success.
I tried this:
:result-transform (fn [result] (sort-by (fn [h] (get-in h [:block/parent :block/journal-day])) result));
and also this
:result-transform (fn [result] (sort-by (fn [h] (get (get h ::block/parent) :block/journal-day)) result))
But nothing works. It seems to me like it could just be some syntax that I am not getting right.
Could someone please help me with this?