[Orgmode] Re: For patch maintainers: A script to simplify your work

2010-06-16 Thread John Wiegley
John Wiegley jwieg...@gmail.com writes:

 The following version of pwclient adds 'branch' command.  You use it so:

This next version automatically rebases the topic branch to the master, which
performs the merge that will need to be done at some point.

John

#part type=application/octet-stream filename=~/bin/pw 
disposition=attachment description=pw
#/part

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[Orgmode] [mobileorg] Android sync failed

2010-06-16 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi,
I just got my new android based phone (HTC Desire) and the very first thing
I'm interesting in getting my org-based brainswap onto the android. I
installed Mats mobileorg program for android (btw., I hate the word app,
sorry ;) ) version 0.4 Alpha
I followed the manuals and howtos, however, I can't get it to sync. I am
aware that the url needs to contain the /index.org part.
For first test I set-up a account on mydisk.se.

I rewrote the password and login name several times. I noticed that a wrong
passwort directly send me a sync failed whereas for the correct password
it needs some seconds to come up with the same error message. Thus, I think
the login into webdav works out correct. I can log-in via a direct webdav
client on my android.  Thus. technically it should be ok.

I tried several different org-files from very complex to just very simple
(one link to another file, which contains a single header).
I played around with the file permissions but without success.

Is there any thing else I could check? How could I get more details on what
actually failed. Is there a way to get more output via the usb debugging
function?

Any ideas are greetly welcome.

Torsten
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[Orgmode] importing external files as LaTeX module

2010-06-16 Thread Soichi Ishida

Hi. I have recently started using org-mode.

I wanted to import external files into the outline like,

[[file:./external1.txt]]

org-mode created the hyperlink to the file.
Then I have exported it as a LaTeX file, which gives

\subsubsection{\href{file:///home/soichi/Dropbox/Org/external1.txt}{file:./external1.txt}}

But it does not compile the linked file as a part of dvi file (eventually a PDF 
file).  It only shows 

file:./external.txt

in PDF.  
Could I possibly import the content of the external file as a part of LaTeX?

soichi

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Re: [Orgmode] importing external files as LaTeX module

2010-06-16 Thread Eric S Fraga
On Wed, 16 Jun 2010 17:49:22 +0900, Soichi Ishida 
zau_777_em...@kki.biglobe.ne.jp wrote:
 
 
 Hi. I have recently started using org-mode.
 
 I wanted to import external files into the outline like,
 
 [[file:./external1.txt]]
 
 org-mode created the hyperlink to the file.
 Then I have exported it as a LaTeX file, which gives
 
 \subsubsection{\href{file:///home/soichi/Dropbox/Org/external1.txt}{file:./external1.txt}}
 
 But it does not compile the linked file as a part of dvi file (eventually a 
 PDF file).  It only shows 
 
 file:./external.txt
 
 in PDF.  
 Could I possibly import the content of the external file as a part of LaTeX?

maybe try the direct latex command, \input{external.txt}?
Unverified...  However, you won't want to do this on an outline
heading as latex won't like an input directive within a subsubsection
heading, I believe.

By creating a link, org-mode is doing exactly the right thing (\href etc).  
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[Orgmode] Re: [babel] Re: Re: [OT] gnuplot quality

2010-06-16 Thread Štěpán Němec
Eric S Fraga ucec...@ucl.ac.uk writes:
 I am surprised, however, at this comment:

 Gnuplot was ok when I didn't need quailty graphs.

 in what way does gnuplot fall short in terms of quality?  (but keep
 this part of the conversatino off-list please to avoid annoying others)

I can't speak for others, but I'm very interested in this and have found
the suggestions in the thread very useful, so please keep it on-list!
After all, a lot of Org users (will) need some kind of plotting
solution, so this kind of discussion is naturally useful to them.

After all, disregarding unwanted e-mails is definitely easier than
getting to see the off-list ones ;-)

Štěpán

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[Orgmode] Re: [mobileorg] Android sync failed

2010-06-16 Thread Holger Wenzel
Hi Torsten,


 I just got my new android based phone (HTC Desire) and the very first thing
 I'm interesting in getting my org-based brainswap onto the android. I
 installed Mats mobileorg program for android (btw., I hate the word app,
 sorry ;) ) version 0.4 Alpha
 I followed the manuals and howtos, however, I can't get it to sync. I am
 aware that the url needs to contain the /index.org part.
 For first test I set-up a account on mydisk.se.

 I rewrote the password and login name several times. I noticed that a wrong
 passwort directly send me a sync failed whereas for the correct password
 it needs some seconds to come up with the same error message. Thus, I think
 the login into webdav works out correct. I can log-in via a direct webdav
 client on my android.  Thus. technically it should be ok.

 I tried several different org-files from very complex to just very simple
 (one link to another file, which contains a single header).
 I played around with the file permissions but without success.

 Is there any thing else I could check? How could I get more details on what
 actually failed. Is there a way to get more output via the usb debugging
 function?

 Any ideas are greetly welcome.

I use mydrive.ch,. I have the index.org file at the top-level directory
there and have on my android phone the URL in the Connectivity settings
http://webdav.mydrive.ch/index.org;

I remember having to fiddle a little until I got it working - but
nothing bad.

Holger


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[Orgmode] Open link file:///path/index.html with w3m-el

2010-06-16 Thread Paul Chany
Hi,

I have setup custom-variable 'browse-url-browser-function' to
'w3m-browse-url' but it works only with links 'http://etc./index.html

When in an org file have a link 'file:///path/index.html' I want to open
it with w3m-browse-url too but don't know how to setup this?

I tried setup the customn-variable
'(org-file-apps (quote ((auto-mode . emacs) (\\.x?html?\\'
. w3m-browse-url) (\\.pdf\\' . default

but this doesn't work. I don't know how to write the Lisp form to this
to work?

How can I setup org-file-apps to open a html file with w3m-el?

Any advices will be appreciated!

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[Orgmode] Re: org-mode and auto-fill-mode

2010-06-16 Thread Leo
On 2010-06-15 17:36 +0100, Paul Drummond wrote:
 I use auto-fill-mode in my org file and sporadically org puts a # on the
 start of a line.

 I noticed the FAQ about setting start-comment to nil and if I set it to nil
 explicitly it seems to work but after a while the hashes come back!

 Paul Drummond

I have been annoyed by the same thing.

Check out the patch I proposed here:
http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/26035. Post to the list
if you find any bugs ;)

Cheers,
Leo


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Re: [Orgmode] [ANN] Org to Atom, revisited

2010-06-16 Thread Olivier Schwander
Le 15 Jun 2010 18:51, David Maus a écrit:
 
 The Org to Atom exporter I've preliminary announce some weeks ago
 entered a state I consider to be stable and consistent enough to be
 included into Org mode.

Great work, I work it will really improve web publishing ability of
org-mode.

Some remarks below:

 [here]: http://ictsoc.de/code/org-atom/example.atom

Is there the source of this feed somewhere ? It would be nice to have a
self sufficient example.

 * Download and installation

Maybe it would be useful to have the emacs lisp fragment users need to
put in their .emacs file ? And add this part to the Download and
install section of the online manual.

 * Documentation

 Table of Contents
 =
 1 Exporting an Org file to Atom

There is no Install section here, but there is one in the online
version.

 1.2 Headline properties
 
 
 A headline that matches the TAGS/PROP/TODO query for feed entries
 requires at least two headline properties to be present: The =ID=
 property with a unique identifier of the headline (preferable a UUID)
 and a property called =atom_published= containing a time stamp with
 the date an entry should be considered to be published.  If these two
 properties are not present, they are automatically created using Org's
 default method to create ID properties[2] and current time and date for
 the publishing
 date[3]

Maybe it should be better to extract timestamp from the usual timestamp
below headlines, like this one:

* Some title
  [2010-06-16 mer. 14:19]

or

* DONE Some title
  CLOSED: [2010-06-16 mer. 14:19]

Actually, with this solution, it would be better to remove the timestamp
used from the export, since it will displayed by the reader.

 1.3 Export settings
 
   content:   turn on/off publishing content

When content is t, the headline is exported both in title and in
content, is this a feature or a bug ? If it's a feature, it should be
nice to have an option to disable it.

Cheers,

Olivier


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[Orgmode] Re: any idea how to convert org file to MS WORD an retain text structure?

2010-06-16 Thread Rainer Stengele
Am 15.06.2010 17:16, schrieb Russell Adams:
 I routinely have to do this. My steps are:
 
  - Export org to html
  - Switch to the html export buffer (filename.html)
  - Delete the xml lines at the top until the first line is the html tag
  - Save the html
  - Open the html in Word
 
 It opens fine, and preserves image links, tables, formats, etc. This
 saves time. I know there was a recent ML post I made on the same
 topic, and there was a reply on automation which I haven't tried yet.
 
 Typically what's happening for me is I write a technical document in
 Org, and I give it to a tech writer who uses Word to apply company
 templates. They have less work to do because the Org formatting is
 preserved.
 
 Babel and image links are a boon here!
 
 Thanks.
 
 On Tue, Jun 15, 2010 at 06:31:02PM +0530, Puneeth Chaganti wrote:
 Hi,

 On Tue, Jun 15, 2010 at 5:57 PM, Rainer Stengele
 rainer.steng...@diplan.de wrote:
 Hi!

 I love to edit documents in Org.
 Unfortunately I have to finally deliver text in MS Word.

 Any idea how to best export/convert my org file to Word?

 I tried HTML export and then imported the html in Word but
 I end up in an unusable xml style document which word wants an stylesheet 
 for which I do not have.

 I don't have MS Word around, so I can't be sure. But, stripping off
 the the xml header [ ?xml version=1.0 encoding=iso-8859-1? ] and
 then opening it in OpenOffice works fine for me. I tested with a
 simple document, with a couple of sections and sub-sections and some
 unnumbered lists.


 Thanks,
 Puneeth

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Hi,

Russel thank you, that is quite perfect!
As you said, Word preserves most of the formatting and pictures etc.
Looks good!

I'll stick with that, setting org-export-html-xml-declaration to

((html . )
 (was-html . ?xml version=\1.0\ encoding=\%s\?)
 (php . ?php echo \?xml version=\\\1.0\\\ encoding=\\\%s\\\ ?\; 
?))

which saves me the stripping off the xml header before importing to Word!

Excellent! This will help me a lot to produce documents (meeting protocols)
fast and easy, sharing the result through MS Word.

Thanks everybody for considering!

Rainer


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Re: [Orgmode] [PATCH] Consider environments that end at eob.

2010-06-16 Thread Bastien
David Maus dm...@ictsoc.de writes:

 * org-exp.el (org-export-mark-blockquote-verse-center):
   Consider environments that end at eob.

Applied, thanks.

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Re: [Orgmode] [PATCH] Fix agenda display for late scheduled and deadline tasks

2010-06-16 Thread Bastien
Bernt Hansen be...@norang.ca writes:

 * lisp/org-agenda.el (org-agenda-get-deadlines):
 (org-agenda-get-scheduled):
 * lisp/org.el (org-time-string-to-seconds):
 For deadline and scheduled agenda display ignore the cyclic repeater
 when calculating how many days late the task is.  If you have a weekly
 task and miss the date the agenda view will show more than a week late
 now instead of resetting on the cyclic repeating date.  This makes it
 much more obvious when you missed a repeating task after the repeater.

Yes, this makes more sense.

Applied, thanks.

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Re: [Orgmode] Re: Display inline images patch

2010-06-16 Thread Bastien
Applied, thanks.

greg...@dynapse.com (Gregory J. Grubbs) writes:

 I use org-mode on Windows 7. It seems that the regexp for image files
 excludes the : (colon) character. Could it be added to this:
 [-+./_0-9a-zA-Z]+
 to make this
 [-+./:_0-9a-zA-Z]+
 ?


 I use a regexp for image files that adds characters often found in
 Windows paths, as shown in the following patch in function
 org-toggle-inline-images:

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Re: [Orgmode] importing external files as LaTeX module

2010-06-16 Thread Eric Schulte
Hi soichi,

Take a look at the #+INCLUDE: directive, in the manual at
http://orgmode.org/manual/Include-files.html#Include-files
it should be able to do what you need.

Best -- Eric

Soichi Ishida zau_777_em...@kki.biglobe.ne.jp writes:

 Hi. I have recently started using org-mode.

 I wanted to import external files into the outline like,

 [[file:./external1.txt]]

 org-mode created the hyperlink to the file.
 Then I have exported it as a LaTeX file, which gives

 \subsubsection{\href{file:///home/soichi/Dropbox/Org/external1.txt}{file:./external1.txt}}

 But it does not compile the linked file as a part of dvi file (eventually a 
 PDF file).  It only shows 

 file:./external.txt

 in PDF.  
 Could I possibly import the content of the external file as a part of LaTeX?

 soichi

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[Orgmode] Re: org-mobile-push error with no headings

2010-06-16 Thread Erik L. Arneson
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John Wiegley jo...@newartisans.com writes:
 Erik L. Arneson dyb...@... writes:
 I just upgraded to org-mode 6.36c, and for some reason `org-mobile-push'
 started throwing an error when it got to a file with no headings in it.
 The error was in `org-back-to-heading'.  This little one-line patch
 fixes it, though I'm not certain it's the right thing to do at all:

 Hi Erik, I can't accept a patch whose purpose is to stub out a bug.  This 
 should
 be flagged as an issue and examined properly.

Understandable.  It actually in retrospect didn't fix the error, and
instead ended up appending my entire agenda to the bottom of the file.

I'll keep working on it to see if I can track it down.

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[Orgmode] Automatic move DONE items to the tail of the list

2010-06-16 Thread Marcelo de Moraes Serpa
Hi,

Is there any way I could setup org to, at each save, re-order DONE items to
the end of their respective lists?

Thanks in advance,

Marcelo.
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Re: [Orgmode] [PATCH] recursively resolve #+INCLUDE files

2010-06-16 Thread Bastien
Eric Schulte schulte.e...@gmail.com writes:

 What do people think of this proposed patch.

Works ok, applied, thanks!

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Re: [Orgmode] [PATCH] Fix typo in date/time prompt documentation

2010-06-16 Thread Bastien
Puneeth Chaganti puncha...@gmail.com writes:

 A patch to fix an error in documentation of date/time prompt section.

Applied, thanks!

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Re: [Orgmode] Automatic move DONE items to the tail of the list

2010-06-16 Thread Bastien
Marcelo de Moraes Serpa celose...@gmail.com writes:

 Is there any way I could setup org to, at each save, re-order DONE items to 
 the
 end of their respective lists?

You might try this:

,
| (add-hook 'org-mode-hook
| (lambda() 
|   (add-hook 'before-save-hook 
| (lambda() 
|   (save-excursion
| (goto-char (point-min))
| (org-sort-entries-or-items nil ?o))
`

It should sort top level entries by TODO order (untested).

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[Orgmode] Re: [Bug] Movement of C-a under visible-mode

2010-06-16 Thread Sébastien Vauban
Hi Bernt,

Bernt Hansen wrote:
 Sébastien Vauban writes:

 I'm reporting some movement problem I've observed. When on any line, let's
 say the last clock one:

 - `C-e' moves the cursor to the end of it
 - `C-a' moves the cursor at the level of `LOGBOOK'.

 --8---cut here---start-8---
  Emails and News
  :PROPERTIES:
  :ID:   62849012-ae7a-4885-a552-b34516d3fd06
  :Effort:   1:00
  :END:
  :LOGBOOK:
  CLOCK: [2010-06-01 Tue 08:35]--[2010-06-01 Tue 09:20] =  0:45
  CLOCK: [2010-06-03 Thu 09:25]--[2010-06-03 Thu 10:20] =  0:55
  CLOCK: [2010-06-11 Fri 09:15]--[2010-06-11 Fri 10:00] =  0:45
  CLOCK: [2010-06-14 Mon 09:15]--[2010-06-14 Mon 10:10] =  0:55
  :END:
 --8---cut here---end---8---

 This is -- at least -- true whenever `M-x visible-mode' is enabled.

 I saw something similar to this recently but for me C-a would go back to the
 headline. Restarting emacs fixed it for me.

I'm experiencing always, when enabling visible-mode. Even after an Emacs
restart.

I must admit it's not always going to the LOGBOOK line, even mainly there.

Anyway, `C-a' is not anymore symmetric to `C-e'. Do you agree it's a bug?

Best regards,
  Seb

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[Orgmode] Re: [Bug] Movement of C-a under visible-mode

2010-06-16 Thread Bernt Hansen


Sébastien Vauban wxhgmqzgwmuf-genee64ty+gs+fvcfc7...@public.gmane.org
writes:

 Hi Bernt,

 Bernt Hansen wrote:
 Sébastien Vauban writes:

 I'm reporting some movement problem I've observed. When on any line, let's
 say the last clock one:

 - `C-e' moves the cursor to the end of it
 - `C-a' moves the cursor at the level of `LOGBOOK'.

 --8---cut here---start-8---
  Emails and News
  :PROPERTIES:
  :ID:   62849012-ae7a-4885-a552-b34516d3fd06
  :Effort:   1:00
  :END:
  :LOGBOOK:
  CLOCK: [2010-06-01 Tue 08:35]--[2010-06-01 Tue 09:20] =  0:45
  CLOCK: [2010-06-03 Thu 09:25]--[2010-06-03 Thu 10:20] =  0:55
  CLOCK: [2010-06-11 Fri 09:15]--[2010-06-11 Fri 10:00] =  0:45
  CLOCK: [2010-06-14 Mon 09:15]--[2010-06-14 Mon 10:10] =  0:55
  :END:
 --8---cut here---end---8---

 This is -- at least -- true whenever `M-x visible-mode' is enabled.

 I saw something similar to this recently but for me C-a would go back to the
 headline. Restarting emacs fixed it for me.

 I'm experiencing always, when enabling visible-mode. Even after an Emacs
 restart.

 I must admit it's not always going to the LOGBOOK line, even mainly there.

 Anyway, `C-a' is not anymore symmetric to `C-e'. Do you agree it's a
 bug?

Yes it feels wrong.  The problem seems to be that if you are visiting a
clocking line from log mode in the agenda you end up inside the folded
drawer the clock line is on.  I think what should really happen is that
line should be revealed.  If you didn't enable visible mode then C-a
would go to the beginning of the drawer which makes sense to me -- and
seems to be what is it currently doing.

I think we just need to reveal the clock drawer data if you visit it
from the agenda and that should fix the problem you are experiencing.

The other option is change C-a so that it notices that visible mode is
enabled and just navigates on the current line.

-Bernt



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Re: [Orgmode] Re: [mobileorg] Android sync fai led

2010-06-16 Thread Torsten Wagner
Dear Holger,

 I remember having to fiddle a little until I got it working - but
 nothing bad.
Thanks for the answer. I tried again and the only differences (beside of
different server), I saw in your and in my own set-up was the usage of
https vs. http. I tried to use http know and it seems to sync (at least
there is no error message). However, after that all I have is just a
empty screen. Files on webdav are not empty ;).
I will check again maybe I just created some error during testing and
fiddeling.

Can someone confirm that the present mobileorg work or cannot work with
https?

Furthermore, another thing I noticed, when I fire-up org-mobile-push, I
get the following message-log:

Agenda written to Org file /home/torsten/org/mobileorg/agendas.org
Creating agendas...done
Saving all Org-mode buffers...
(No files need saving)
Saving all Org-mode buffers... done
Copying files...
OVERVIEW
(No changes need to be saved)
Writing index file...
byte-code: Wrong type argument: listp, TODO

as you can see there seems to be an problem within the index-file.
Any idea what is going wrong there ?


Thanks for helping

Totti

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Re: [Orgmode] Re: [mobileorg] Android sync failed

2010-06-16 Thread Matthew Jones
Hi Torsten, the issue with https appears to be within Android, I have waited
too long to add that information to the wiki so I'll do it now.   Can you
give me an example of the index.org file that was generated by
org-mobile-push (or is it empty due to the error message from the push?)
that should help in determining why nothing comes up.

73,
Matthew W. Jones (KI4ZIB)
http://matburt.net


On Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 9:14 PM, Torsten Wagner torsten.wag...@gmail.comwrote:

 Dear Holger,

  I remember having to fiddle a little until I got it working - but
  nothing bad.
 Thanks for the answer. I tried again and the only differences (beside of
 different server), I saw in your and in my own set-up was the usage of
 https vs. http. I tried to use http know and it seems to sync (at least
 there is no error message). However, after that all I have is just a
 empty screen. Files on webdav are not empty ;).
 I will check again maybe I just created some error during testing and
 fiddeling.

 Can someone confirm that the present mobileorg work or cannot work with
 https?

 Furthermore, another thing I noticed, when I fire-up org-mobile-push, I
 get the following message-log:

 Agenda written to Org file /home/torsten/org/mobileorg/agendas.org
 Creating agendas...done
 Saving all Org-mode buffers...
 (No files need saving)
 Saving all Org-mode buffers... done
 Copying files...
 OVERVIEW
 (No changes need to be saved)
 Writing index file...
 byte-code: Wrong type argument: listp, TODO

 as you can see there seems to be an problem within the index-file.
 Any idea what is going wrong there ?


 Thanks for helping

 Totti

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Re: [Orgmode] Re: [mobileorg] Android sync fai led

2010-06-16 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Matthew,

the content of my index.org looks like this

[[work.org]]
[[agendas.org]]

guess rather standard and normal

I will check further about possible errors. As I said, I pushed a lot of
buttons and turned a lot of knobs. Maybe one did create another problem now.

As for the error message and my problem it might be a problem within
org.el suggested in the thread

[Orgmode] org-mobile-push error with no headings from Erik

Thus, maybe you are totally innocent. ;)

BTW., I cloned the android client sources. I'm always short in time and
my Java knowledge is a bit rusty but since I like to learn about the
android internals and since orgmobile on android is the most interesting
topic for me I thought I can give you some assistance. If there is any
task you like to see performed, please let me know.


Thanks for helping

Totti

CC. Which envrionment did you use to develop the android client? I hope
and guess it was based around the emacs editor. Do you have any good
sources how to set-up emacs for android dev?



On 06/17/2010 10:35 AM, Matthew Jones wrote:
 Hi Torsten, the issue with https appears to be within Android, I have
 waited too long to add that information to the wiki so I'll do it now.  
 Can you give me an example of the index.org http://index.org file that
 was generated by org-mobile-push (or is it empty due to the error
 message from the push?) that should help in determining why nothing
 comes up.
 
 73,
 Matthew W. Jones (KI4ZIB)
 http://matburt.net
 
 
 On Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 9:14 PM, Torsten Wagner
 torsten.wag...@gmail.com mailto:torsten.wag...@gmail.com wrote:
 
 Dear Holger,
 
  I remember having to fiddle a little until I got it working - but
  nothing bad.
 Thanks for the answer. I tried again and the only differences (beside of
 different server), I saw in your and in my own set-up was the usage of
 https vs. http. I tried to use http know and it seems to sync (at least
 there is no error message). However, after that all I have is just a
 empty screen. Files on webdav are not empty ;).
 I will check again maybe I just created some error during testing and
 fiddeling.
 
 Can someone confirm that the present mobileorg work or cannot work with
 https?
 
 Furthermore, another thing I noticed, when I fire-up org-mobile-push, I
 get the following message-log:
 
 Agenda written to Org file /home/torsten/org/mobileorg/agendas.org
 http://agendas.org
 Creating agendas...done
 Saving all Org-mode buffers...
 (No files need saving)
 Saving all Org-mode buffers... done
 Copying files...
 OVERVIEW
 (No changes need to be saved)
 Writing index file...
 byte-code: Wrong type argument: listp, TODO
 
 as you can see there seems to be an problem within the index-file.
 Any idea what is going wrong there ?
 
 
 Thanks for helping
 
 Totti
 
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Re: [babel] Re: [Orgmode] Re: [OT] gnuplot quality

2010-06-16 Thread Alan E. Davis
Hello Eric:

On Tue, Jun 15, 2010 at 1:35 PM, Eric S Fraga ucec...@ucl.ac.uk wrote:

 I am surprised, however, at this comment:

 Gnuplot was ok when I didn't need quailty graphs.

 in what way does gnuplot fall short in terms of quality?  (but keep
 this part of the conversatino off-list please to avoid annoying others)

I don't have a great deal to say about this, so I will keep my remarks
on the list.

I needed/wanted a tool to produce publication quality graphs.  Gnuplot
is great, and I have used it in the past, to make tide graphs.  In my
experience, controls of the details of the graph were less accessible
to me, and the graphs I produced were pretty rough edged.  GRI has
worked very well for me for monthly tide graph calendars, with good
control of parameters.  GNUPLOT is fantastic for quick, and what I
felt were rough and ready plots.

GRI is easily installed on Ubuntu installs, and a gri mode for emacs
makes it easier.

I will try the suggestions you made to work out a babel solution for gri plots.

Thanks for the suggestions,

Alan

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Re: [Orgmode] [babel] `org-babel-tangle-w-comments' controls comment insertion in tangled code

2010-06-16 Thread Eric Schulte
Just to make sure we don't lose these idea, I've posed them up in the
babel dev repo
http://eschulte.github.com/babel-dev/PROPOSED-tangle-entire-org-mode-file-in-comments.html

Best -- Eric

Thomas S. Dye t...@tsdye.com writes:

 Hi Erik,

 I am *not* a programmer so expect considerable chaff for every kernel
 of wheat (no wheat guaranteed).

 I would pass the function an org-mode link then write out the contents
 pointed at by the link inside a named code block, with each line
 preceded by an optional comment character.  If this were written in a
 general way, then it would be possible to include comments from any
 link--on-line manuals, standards, blogs, etc.--in addition to notes in
 the org-mode file.

 If it were written in a very general way, with a transformation
 function responsible for adding the comment character, then a variety
 of transformations might be possible.

 I've followed the list long enough to recognize that musings like mine
 are often met by the response that org-mode already does this.  For
 all I know, it does!

 All the best,
 Tom

 On May 28, 2010, at 8:41 AM, Erik Iverson wrote:



 Thomas S. Dye wrote:
 Hi Erik,
 If the proposed functionality places comments in the source code in
 whatever order they appear in the org-mode file, then the result
 will likely frustrate literate programming efforts that rearrange
 code blocks on tangling.

 Yes, thank you for pointing that out.

 Another way to get pieces of the org-mode file into the source file
 as comments might be with a little helper function, org-babel-copy- 
 subtree-to-commented-code.  The source blocks could be named so the
 literate programming facilities of org-babel could work with them.

 I'm not following this; could you provide a minimal pseudo-example
 of how you see this working in practice?

 Thanks!
 Erik

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