> Uwe Brauer <o...@mat.ucm.es> writes:
> Wow, emacs 27 ... I'm on Archlinux and always thought packages a pretty
Right Ubuntu officially only ships 24, which is pretty old.
Well it is directly form git master, so it is a pre release.
The official release is 26.
> Maybe outline has changed somehow between Emacs 25 and Emacs 27?
> But I don't think so, the error you send is pretty typical for
> incomplete configuration.
I think at the weekend, I will debug the problem. It might be that there
some parts of my init file which are in conflict with your package.
> is typical when
> | outorg-prepare-message-mode-buffer-for-editing ()
> has not run, it turns this line into a 1st level org headline thus
> converting any kind of message body into an org file.
> | * --text follows this line--
> | Uwe Brauer <o...@mat.ucm.es> writes:
> without this, the error is justified - an org file without a single
> org headline is no org file at all.
> You could try to write an email with these lines:
> | * 1st level
> | ** 2nd level
> | some text
> put point on some text an call outorg, to see if it works.
> Another option would be to use edebug:
> open outorg.el, put point into 'outorg-edit-as-org', and call M-x
> edebug-defun. Then convert an email again, and go step-by-step with
> SPACE key, and see how far you get.
BTW, you recommended
I installed your package via the package system, so I don't see that
file. Where can I obtain it from?