The backtrace is along the expected lines. The zip command is failing
for some reason.

Did you look at the *Messages* buffer? It is likely to give some clue on
why the zip command is failing.

Btw, if you have "cvd-modeling-proposal.odt" already open in an external
application like LibreOffice, you may want to close the file first,
before exporting. Closing the file will ensure that the file is not
locked and available for re-writing.

> Hello:
> This is on Windows 7 Emacs 23.3.1, org-version 7.8.03.  (I installed
> org-mode inside cygwin's shell).
> Here is the backtrace:
> Debugger entered--Lisp error: (error "Unable to create odt file (12)")
>   signal(error ("Unable to create odt file (12)"))
>   error("Unable to create odt file (%S)" 12)
>   (or (zerop exitcode) (ignore (message "%s" err-string)) (error
> "Unable to create odt file (%S)" exitcode))
>   (lambda (cmd) ... stuff deleted
> org-odt-save-as-outfile("c:/Users/977315/Documents/projects/low-pressure-flow/workbooks/shh+cvd-design-tool-proposal/cvd-modeling-proposal.odt"
> ... more stuff deleted ...
>   org-do-lparse(nil nil nil nil nil nil)
>   org-lparse("odt" "odt" nil nil nil nil nil nil)
>   org-export-as-odt(nil)
>   call-interactively(org-export-as-odt)
>   org-export(nil)
>   call-interactively(org-export nil nil)
> The backtrace refers to a a non-existent odt file (see call to
> org-odt-save-as-outfile).  Does the call stack look ok to you?
> Thanks,
> Mirko


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