Uwe Brauer <o...@mat.ucm.es> writes: > > Uwe Brauer <o...@mat.ucm.es> writes: > > > Wow, emacs 27 ... I'm on Archlinux and always thought packages a > > pretty > > up-to-date. > > 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.
Then Archlinux is not that much out of date. > > 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. A good start would be to try outshine with emacs-lisp mode. With your outshine config done, write a file like foo.el ,---- | ;;; 1st level header | ;;;; Sum | (+ 1 1) | ;;;; Subtract | (- 2 1) `---- or ,---- | ;; * 1st level header | ;; ** Sum | (+ 1 1) | ;; ** Subtract | (- 2 1) `---- and see if you got headline fontification and all the outshine functionality. If that works, its a message-mode problem. If not, a genereal problem with your config. > [...] > BTW, you recommended > (require 'outorg-export) > > I installed your package via the package system, so I don't see that > file. Where can I obtain it from? It's an extension to outorg: ,---- | ;;; outorg-export.el -- Automated exporting through org | | ;; Author: Jonathan Leech-Pepin <jonathan.leechpepin AT gmail DOT com | ;; Version: 0.1 | ;; URL: https://github.com/jleechpe/outorg-export | | ;;;; MetaData | ;; :PROPERTIES: | ;; :copyright: Jonathan Leech-Pepin | ;; :copyright-years: 2014+ | ;; :version: 0.3 | ;; :licence: GPLv3 or later | ;; :licence-url: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/ | ;; :part-of-emacs: no | ;; :author: Jonathan Leech-Pepin | ;; :author_email: jonathan.leechpepin AT gmail DOT com | ;; :keywords: emacs org-mode export | ;; :END: `---- This is the README ,---- | outorg-export | ============= | | Automated exporting of sections of source files to any format org can export to. `---- -- cheers, Thorsten