Re: [O] org-install not defining org-mode-map?

2012-05-15 Thread Achim Gratz
Eric Abrahamsen writes: (require 'org-install) (eval-after-load 'org ; don't let org steal this key (define-key org-mode-map (kbd C-') nil)) There are more such forms later on, they all throw the same error. I'm out of my depth here, but I'd think that this sort of thing really belongs

Re: [O] org-install not defining org-mode-map?

2012-05-15 Thread Christopher Schmidt
Eric Abrahamsen e...@ericabrahamsen.net writes: I must have done something odd here, but… Yes. On emacs startup, org-mode-map is not getting defined for some reason, so a bunch of `eval-after-load' forms are throwing errors. I'm using org from git, and the following is the first offending

Re: [O] org-install not defining org-mode-map?

2012-05-15 Thread Eric Abrahamsen
On Tue, May 15 2012, Achim Gratz wrote: Eric Abrahamsen writes: (require 'org-install) (eval-after-load 'org ; don't let org steal this key (define-key org-mode-map (kbd C-') nil)) There are more such forms later on, they all throw the same error. I'm out of my depth here, but I'd

[O] Headline terminator with indentation on

2012-05-15 Thread Avery Chan
I have visual-line-mode and indentation turned on. I am having difficulty (i.e. I am unable to) moving text that I don't want associated with a headline to be demoted (i.e. flush left) after the headline is created. It seems that org mode considers everything under a headline to be a subsection of

Re: [O] Headline terminator with indentation on

2012-05-15 Thread Nick Dokos
Avery Chan avery+orgm...@ootbdev.com wrote: I have visual-line-mode and indentation turned on. I am having difficulty (i.e. I am unable to) moving text that I don't want associated with a headline to be demoted (i.e. flush left) after the headline is created. It seems that org mode considers

Re: [O] Using Org for a dissertation

2012-05-15 Thread suvayu ali
Hi Richard, On Sat, May 12, 2012 at 8:23 PM, Richard Lawrence richard.lawre...@berkeley.edu wrote: I am a graduate student in philosophy, and I am about to begin writing my dissertation.  I am wondering about whether I should write it in Org, or stick to plain LaTeX. Since others have added

[O] Timestamp: Forward or backward by a week

2012-05-15 Thread SW
Pressing S-left/right anywhere on a timestamp decreases/increases it by one day. Pressing S-down/up on a component of a timestamp decreases/increases it by one unit of that component. How can we include an easy and quick way to decrease/increase the timestamp by one week. I find myself having to

Re: [O] Timestamp: Forward or backward by a week

2012-05-15 Thread Christian Moe
C-c . +1w Yours, Christian On 5/15/12 3:34 PM, SW wrote: Pressing S-left/right anywhere on a timestamp decreases/increases it by one day. Pressing S-down/up on a component of a timestamp decreases/increases it by one unit of that component. How can we include an easy and quick way to

Re: [O] Timestamp: Forward or backward by a week

2012-05-15 Thread SW
Christian Moe mail at christianmoe.com writes: C-c . +1w This updates the timestamp to be one week from *today*. I want to push the timestamp one week forward from wherever it is.

Re: [O] Timestamp: Forward or backward by a week

2012-05-15 Thread Nick Dokos
SW sabrewo...@gmail.com wrote: Pressing S-left/right anywhere on a timestamp decreases/increases it by one day. Pressing S-down/up on a component of a timestamp decreases/increases it by one unit of that component. How can we include an easy and quick way to decrease/increase the

Re: [O] Timestamp: Forward or backward by a week

2012-05-15 Thread Christian Moe
Oops, sorry! Forgot the double-plus. With point on the timestamp, C-c . ++1w Yours, Christian On 5/15/12 3:42 PM, SW wrote: Christian Moemailat christianmoe.com writes: C-c . +1w This updates the timestamp to be one week from *today*. I want to push the timestamp one week forward from

Re: [O] Timestamp: Forward or backward by a week

2012-05-15 Thread SW
Christian Moe mail at christianmoe.com writes: Oops, sorry! Forgot the double-plus. With point on the timestamp, C-c . ++1w Ah, that works. Thanks :)

Re: [O] Timestamp: Forward or backward by a week

2012-05-15 Thread SW
Nick Dokos nicholas.dokos at hp.com writes: Should I just bind ``C-u 7 S-right`` and ``C-u 7 S-left``? I wouldn't bother but I'm not you: if you really want to, you can define a trivial function (defun sw-one-week-bump () (org-timestamp-up-day 7)) and bind it. snip

Re: [O] Remaining Work Report

2012-05-15 Thread Myles English
Forgot to copying this to the list: On Tue, 15 May 2012 13:07:12 +0100, Myles English said: Hi Sebastian, I mean 'Sebastien'. Sorry it has taken a long time to reply; I have been customising my emacs, or has it been customising me...? On Thu, 03 May 2012 16:38:12 +0200, Sebastien

Re: [O] Timestamp: Forward or backward by a week

2012-05-15 Thread Nick Dokos
SW sabrewo...@gmail.com wrote: Nick Dokos nicholas.dokos at hp.com writes: Should I just bind ``C-u 7 S-right`` and ``C-u 7 S-left``? I wouldn't bother but I'm not you: if you really want to, you can define a trivial function (defun sw-one-week-bump ()

Re: [O] Timestamp: Forward or backward by a week

2012-05-15 Thread Brian van den Broek
On 15 May 2012 17:25, SW sabrewo...@gmail.com wrote: snip Aside: Hitting ``M-: (info (emacs) Customizing Key Bindings)`` gives me an error about the info file not existing. I installed Emacs 23.2.1 in CrunchBang Linux (Debian Stable) and (IIRC) org-mode 7.8.06 via a Debian package. Any ideas?

[O] org-goto-local-search-headings usage?

2012-05-15 Thread Myles English
Hi, Can anyone see what I am doing wrong here? I just want to open a file ~/tmp/gtd.org and goto the heading * My workflow. So, starting like this: emacs -Q -l ~/tmp/gtd with ~/tmp/gtd: (add-to-list 'load-path ~/.emacs.d/plugins/org-mode/lisp) (require 'org-install) ;; to use

Re: [O] org-goto-local-search-headings usage?

2012-05-15 Thread Nick Dokos
Myles English mylesengl...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, Can anyone see what I am doing wrong here? I just want to open a file ~/tmp/gtd.org and goto the heading * My workflow. So, starting like this: emacs -Q -l ~/tmp/gtd with ~/tmp/gtd: (add-to-list 'load-path

Re: [O] PDF file was not produced! Too deeply nested!??

2012-05-15 Thread Bastien
Sebastien Vauban wxhgmqzgwmuf-genee64ty+gs+fvcfc7...@public.gmane.org writes: Please precisely point at what we should fix in the FAQ so that someone can do it. The false information is not in Org's FAQ; it's in LaTeX's FAQ. So, nothing to do here on this matter... Okay, thanks :) --

Re: [O] Timestamp: Forward or backward by a week

2012-05-15 Thread SW
Brian van den Broek brian.van.den.broek at gmail.com writes: A data point: I've the same broken info system on the ssame version of CrunchBang. I really like cb, but there are wrinkles like that. The TODO for solving that hasn't percolated up my list yet In the meantime, I've posed it on the

Re: [O] Using Org for a dissertation

2012-05-15 Thread Markus Grebenstein
Hi Richard, I recently have written my dissertation in orgmode. I switched to latex for the final 4 weeks between the correction version (completely written in orgmode) and the final version. What I liked about org: - Outlining functionality - Synopsis drawers and view - Markup - Compiling

Re: [O] Timestamp: Forward or backward by a week

2012-05-15 Thread Nick Dokos
SW sabrewo...@gmail.com wrote: Brian van den Broek brian.van.den.broek at gmail.com writes: A data point: I've the same broken info system on the ssame version of CrunchBang. I really like cb, but there are wrinkles like that. The TODO for solving that hasn't percolated up my list yet

Re: [O] Using Org for a dissertation

2012-05-15 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, Richard Lawrence richard.lawre...@berkeley.edu writes: I have seen mention of the new exporter on this list a bit, but I don't read the list enough to know where to find it. How can I try it, if I want to see how it compares to the current exporter? Is it in a public branch

Re: [O] Timestamp: Forward or backward by a week

2012-05-15 Thread Memnon Anon
Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com writes: But I saw a message implying that Debian does not consider emacs documentation free (!?!?), so the info files may be in emacs23-common-non-dfsg in this case. The FSF isn't the only one caring about Freedom. Where more than one entity exists, they are

Re: [O] Timestamp: Forward or backward by a week

2012-05-15 Thread SW
Nick Dokos nicholas.dokos at hp.com writes: snip But I saw a message implying that Debian does not consider emacs documentation free (!?!?), so the info files may be in emacs23-common-non-dfsg in this case. Thanks, that's the package :) FWIW, I think you meant: (info (emacs) Key Binding

Re: [O] Timestamp: Forward or backward by a week

2012-05-15 Thread Nick Dokos
Memnon Anon gegendosenflei...@googlemail.com wrote: Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com writes: But I saw a message implying that Debian does not consider emacs documentation free (!?!?), so the info files may be in emacs23-common-non-dfsg in this case. The FSF isn't the only one caring

Re: [O] Timestamp: Forward or backward by a week

2012-05-15 Thread Nick Dokos
SW sabrewo...@gmail.com wrote: Nick Dokos nicholas.dokos at hp.com writes: snip But I saw a message implying that Debian does not consider emacs documentation free (!?!?), so the info files may be in emacs23-common-non-dfsg in this case. Thanks, that's the package :) FWIW, I

Re: [O] Inline LaTeX fragments in emacs buffer

2012-05-15 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, Dov Grobgeld dov.grobg...@gmail.com writes: I got it. Org-mode erroneously interpreted the + sign on the second row as a list token. Rearranging the latex text so that it does not start with - or + is a workaround. Actually, it's not erroneous. Plain lists in Org mode have precedence

Re: [O] org-goto-local-search-headings usage?

2012-05-15 Thread Myles English
On Tue, 15 May 2012 11:48:55 -0400, Nick Dokos said: Myles English mylesengl...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, Can anyone see what I am doing wrong here? I just want to open a file ~/tmp/gtd.org and goto the heading * My workflow. So, starting like this: emacs -Q -l

Re: [O] org-goto-local-search-headings usage?

2012-05-15 Thread Nick Dokos
Myles English mylesengl...@gmail.com wrote: On Tue, 15 May 2012 11:48:55 -0400, Nick Dokos said: Myles English mylesengl...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, Can anyone see what I am doing wrong here? I just want to open a file ~/tmp/gtd.org and goto the heading * My workflow.

Re: [O] org-goto-local-search-headings usage?

2012-05-15 Thread Nick Dokos
Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com wrote: Myles English mylesengl...@gmail.com wrote: On Tue, 15 May 2012 11:48:55 -0400, Nick Dokos said: Myles English mylesengl...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, Can anyone see what I am doing wrong here? I just want to open a file

[O] LaTeX templates?

2012-05-15 Thread Marcelo de Moraes Serpa
Hey guys, Does anyone know where could I get beautiful LaTeX templates (i.e: beautiful layout + typography) I could use / modify to use with org? I'm not expecting anything free, I'm willing to pay. I'm about to publish an ebook, but the regular pdfs I managed to generate so far lack some life.

Re: [O] LaTeX templates?

2012-05-15 Thread John Hendy
On Tue, May 15, 2012 at 5:28 PM, Marcelo de Moraes Serpa celose...@gmail.com wrote: Hey guys, Does anyone know where could I get beautiful LaTeX templates (i.e: beautiful layout + typography) I could use / modify to use with org? I'm not expecting anything free, I'm willing to pay. Have

Re: [O] Using Org for a dissertation

2012-05-15 Thread Richard Lawrence
Tom and Nicolas, Thanks! I will give the new exporter a shot when I have a chance and let you know how it goes. Best, Richard

Re: [O] Minimal overhead Org-mode blogging system

2012-05-15 Thread Neil Smithline
I like your indexing idea. I use a less-complex system involving symbolic links for my agenda files. Yours sounds better. This is what I use for my agendas: (setq org-agenda-files (list (expand-file-name ~/Documents/+OrgAgendas))) (defun org-add-agenda-file () (interactive)

Re: [O] Using Org for a dissertation

2012-05-15 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Suvayu, suvayu ali fatkasuvayu+li...@gmail.com wrote: In case you are interested, I'm attaching some relevant bits. It has examples on how to put in tables (with short and long captions), figures, latex snippets and finally how I included a bibliography and appendices. Hope this will

Re: [O] Using Org for a dissertation

2012-05-15 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Markus, Thanks for your advice. I figure that, like you, I may eventually need to switch to LaTeX, but will stick with Org for now, at least until my document structure is quite settled. Can you elaborate a bit on the following? Markus Grebenstein p...@mgrebenstein.de wrote: What I