A small update:
org-export-babel-evaluate does what I need. I'm still a bit confused why
it asks in this instance and not others, but it works.
If that is unexpected behaviour you want to clarify, do not hestitate to
On 02/21/2014 10:12 PM, Simon Thum wrote:
Sorry, I was being imprecise.
I do have maxima and shell and other source bocks since the dawn of org,
approximately. I did not have any gnuplot blocks until before two weeks.
The gnuplot blocks break my setup, currently.
So, what is weird is that maxima and shell do well but gnuplot wants its
I noticed the same behaviour when exporting interactively - babel asks
me for the gnuplot stuff. Could it be that the export defaults vary per
My org-confirm-babel-evaluate is t. However on export, only gnuplot
triggers this question. I now notice that maxima is executed on export
without asking first; I guess shell is the same.
Things are getting stranger...
On 02/21/2014 12:38 AM, John Hendy wrote:
On Thu, Feb 20, 2014 at 4:12 PM, Simon Thum <simon.t...@gmx.de> wrote:
I have a server over which I sync my Org files and provide drops for
clients, chiefly iCal and vCard. Therefore I need non-interactive
Things recently stopped working however, and although I acknowledge
likely not Org's fault maybe here I can find somewone more into lisp
me out a bit.
In my logs I find, since it stopped working:
Evaluate this gnuplot code block on your system? (yes or no)
Which stops the show, waiting for input. Emacs is started with -batch
given an export script. This so far avoided such questions (from
successfully. I have maxima blocks since ages and do not remember having
seen this behaviour.
Does naybody have an idea what could be going on?
The machine does not even have gnuplot.
I don't think the machine matters so much as the source of Org/babel
thinking gnuplot *code* exists in one of your files.
Can you try something like this from the directory containing the
grep -r "#+begin_src gnuplot" *
I would have suggested just tweaking the variable
=org-confirm-babel-evaluate=, but I think it's more important to track
the source of this down, as turning the inquiries off implies that we
all know exactly what's going to be evaluated, and this sounds like an
instance of something not only unknown, but a change on what you
believe to be a rather unchanged system, which is definitely
Thanks in advance,