[O] Emacs org-mode timer - can it be shown in the Windows 7 taskbar?

2013-01-23 Thread Martin Beck

I use Emacs org-mode for organizing my tasks and projects and
 also for time tracking.
However, Im working a lot in other applications (mostly Microsoft 
Office 2007 or Firefox), so the Emacs Window is often in the background 
and not visible.

For time tracking it would be useful to have the running clock visible all the time to see how time is passing (similar to a pomodoro timer).

Is there a way to synchronize the display of this Emacs status bar (or an element of it) with the Windows 7 Taskbar?





Re: [O] How to deal with small projects which are often changing their status/ person

2013-01-23 Thread Tomas Hlavaty
Hi M,

 it is not about programming and it is not about plain text files, but
 MS Office (Word) files..

 Dropbox is not an option, maybe a document management system (DMS)
 with versioning, but it is not in place yet.  And even if there is,
 how could I then track my workflow with Emacs?

I find convenient to convert doc files to text using antiword or wvtext
and then I can follow the changes easily using usual tools.

Tomas



Re: [O] How to deal with small projects which are often changing their status/ person

2013-01-23 Thread Julian Burgos
Hi Martin,
I think that you should be using tags for this.  For example:

* Project XYZ   :projectxyz:J.Smith:
** TODO Write Text
** WAIT Feedback on Text
** TODO check feedback
** TODO send to original author
** WAIT for Feedback

In this case you are adding a tag with the project name and another with
the author (for example).  Then when you export this to the agenda, or
generate a list of pending tasks, all the subnodes of this tree will
inherit the tags and you will see them associated to each task.

Another option is to use a different file for each project (maybe not too
practical if you have many of them).  When generating a list of task you
get the file name with each task.  If you name the file as your project
(say projectxyz.org), then you know where that task is coming from.  You
can add something like this to your .emacs file so you do not have to add
all these small files by hand to the agenda list:

;
(load-library find-lisp)
(add-hook 'org-agenda-mode-hook (lambda ()
(setq org-agenda-files
  (find-lisp-find-files /home/documents/smallprojects \.org$))
))
;

With this all org files in the smallprojects folder will be added to the
agenda.

Hope this helps...

Julian

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 Hi,

 I'm working with org-mode to document my work and to keep track of tasks
 and
 projects.

 At the moment there are many little projects where I

 * get a text from someone (or write it myself)
 * have to read and edit it
 * send it oer email to 1 or 2 other colleagues which have to read / edit
 it
 * get it back and check the changes
 * maybe send the text again to the original author
 * then finally release the text for publication

 ... and you imagine, there is not only 1 such text at once but several of
 them.

 I wonder what is an approriate way to keep track of such workflows with
 org-mode..

 I'm using MS Outlook for mails and so when I receive a mail, I store a
 hyperlink pointing to that mail in Outlook.

 For a process like the one above I would have a task

 * TODO Write Text about topic XY and send it to colleague(s)...

 then
 * WAIT Colleage(s): Feedback on Text about topic XY
 * TODO check feedback/changes of Colleagues and edit again, and send for
 approval
 * TODO send to original author
 * WAIT for Feedback of original author

 (if changes, repeat process above)

 * TODO send text to publishing colleague

 or similar...

 I hope it is clear what I mean, there are a lot of small steps and each
 time
 creating a new task takes much time and I have to copy the name of the
 project again and again...

 Maybe it would be better to add all the notes about the progress as notes
 in
 the Logbook and change the Heading of the task each time, but that also
 seems strange to me...

 Would there be a way to make the children inherit automatically a text
 from the project name, e. g.

 * Text about topic XY for publishing in ABC
 ** WAIT John: Feedback on Text about topic XY for publishing in ABC
 ** Send Text about topic XY for publishing in ABC to Ellen for approval
 ...

 in a way that  Text about topic XY for publishing in ABC is filled in
 automatically by a placeholder?

 Or what is your way for tracking such workflows in org-mode?

 Kind regards

 Martin










[O] OT: using ZIP based files with git (was: How to deal with small projects which are often changing their status/ person)

2013-01-23 Thread Karl Voit
* M elwood...@web.de wrote:

 it is not about programming and it is not about plain text files, but MS
 Office (Word) files..

 Dropbox is not an option, maybe a document management system (DMS) with
 versioning, but it is not in place yet.

I do not have experience by myself but I've read that other people
are using the git versioning system with ZIP-based file formats (like
docx) as well:

http://tante.cc/2010/06/23/managing-zip-based-file-formats-in-git/
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8001663/can-git-treat-zip-files-as-directories-and-files-inside-the-zip-as-blobs
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3298525/version-control-for-docx-and-pdf

-- 
Karl Voit




Re: [O] Still Wishing for Snooze

2013-01-23 Thread Samuel Loury
Andrew M. Nuxoll nux...@up.edu writes:

 1.  Add a date tag to an entry that indicates that it is inactive 
 until a certain date.  I'm picturing something like this:

 * TODO [#B] Verify login to the virtual machines
SCHEDULED: 2013-01-11 Tue +1w DELAY: 2013-01-24 Thu


In your model, does the DELAY act as a scheduled date also? I mean, do
you want the event Verify login to the virtual machines to show up in
the agenda on 2013-01-24 Thu?

I think it is a very good idea and I would be use it as soon as it would
be ready. I might take a look as soon as I find some free time at how to
implement this. It does not look too complicated.

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[O] Bug: [PATCH] Org-babel: separate #+attr_... for code block and for results block [7.9.3d (release_7.9.3d-834-g60083a.dirty @ /home/vdyadov/Work/Tools/emacs/org-mode/lisp/)]

2013-01-23 Thread Дядов Васил Стоянов

Remember to cover the basics, that is, what you expected to happen and
what in fact did happen.  You don't know how to make a good report?  See

 http://orgmode.org/manual/Feedback.html#Feedback

Your bug report will be posted to the Org-mode mailing list.


With current org-babel it is not possible to set separate html
attributes for result block.

Simple case:

,
| #+begin_src ditaa :file 123.png :cache yes
| ...
| #+end_src
| 
| #+results[f8f8...]:
| file:123.png
`

Suppose, I want to add some html attributes to image:

,
| #+begin_src ditaa :file 123.png :cache yes
| ...
| #+end_src
| 
| #+attr_html: alt=big image width=100%
| 
| #+results[f8f8...]:
| file:123.png
`

But when I do C-c C-c on ditaa block, it inserts one more result block:

,
| #+begin_src ditaa :file 123.png :cache yes
| ...
| #+end_src
| 
| #+results[f8f8...]:
| file:123.png
|
| #+attr_html: alt=big image width=100%
| 
| #+results[f8f8...]:
| file:123.png
`

Because org-babel does not skip #+attr_ ... lines when searching results
block with `org-babel-where-is-src-block-result' function.

I've added skipping every #+attr_ line between #+end_src and #+results
blocks.

Patch is attached.
diff --git a/lisp/ob-core.el b/lisp/ob-core.el
index 9e4c8b1..00fd715 100644
--- a/lisp/ob-core.el
+++ b/lisp/ob-core.el
@@ -1761,6 +1761,12 @@ following the source block.
  (progn ;; unnamed results line already exists
(re-search-forward [^ \f\t\n\r\v] nil t)
(beginning-of-line 1)
+(while (looking-at-p [ \t]*\\#\\+[Aa][Tt][Tt][Rr]_)
+  (end-of-line 1)
+  (setq end (point))
+  (re-search-forward [\n\r] nil t)
+  (re-search-forward [^ \f\t\n\r\v] nil t)
+  (beginning-of-line 1))
(looking-at
 (concat org-babel-result-regexp \n)))
  (prog1 (point)


Emacs  : GNU Emacs 24.2.1 (x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 2.18.9)
 of 2012-12-25 on canopus-pc.elvees.com
Package: Org-mode version 7.9.3d (release_7.9.3d-834-g60083a.dirty @ 
/home/vdyadov/Work/Tools/emacs/org-mode/lisp/)


Re: [O] block quotes in prose?

2013-01-23 Thread Bastien
Hi Peter,

Peter Salazar cycleofs...@gmail.com writes:

 1. What's the best way to demarcate block quotes in org-mode? 

(setq org-fontify-quote-and-verse-blocks t)

This uses the org-quote face, which inherits its properties from the
org-block face -- M-x customize-face RET org-quote RET to customize
the org-quote face.

 2. It would also be cool to find a way to make bulleted lists appear
 in a different color if possible, or a workaround to simulate this.

You can play around with this

(highlight-regexp (org-item-re))

or 

(highlight-regexp (org-item-re) 'org-quote)

or 

(highlight-regexp org-list-full-item-re 'org-quote)

...

But this is hackish, temporary and half-satisfactory.

HTH,

-- 
 Bastien



Re: [O] Bug: `org-next-link' doesn't wrap around [7.9.3d (7.9.3d-GNU-Emacs-24-3 (commit e8f5b0ad) @ /usr/local/share/emacs/24.3.50/lisp/org/)]

2013-01-23 Thread Bastien
Xue Fuqiao xfq.f...@gmail.com writes:

 Sorry, it's my carelessness.  At the limit of the buffer, the search
 fails once, and then wraps around, just like `isearch-forward'.  There
 is no bug, anyway.

Ok, thanks for confirming!

-- 
 Bastien



Re: [O] [PATCH] session with python-mode.el complains of void py-toggle-shells

2013-01-23 Thread Myles English

Hi Nick,

Nick Dokos writes:

 Myles English mylesengl...@gmail.com wrote:

 I think it should be possible to execute a python block in a session
 using python-mode.el but get this message:
 
 Symbol's function definition is void: py-toggle-shells

I have made a bit of progress with the patch below.  The breakage may
have been due to changes in python-mode.el .  The patch works for
versions 6.0.10 and 6.1.0.

 I get in trouble much sooner than you do: when evaluating the first code
 block.  The error in my case was that run-python was called with the
 wrong number of args (from the same function: it's a couple of lines
 before py-toggle-shells is called). I'm running

 GNU Emacs 24.3.50.2 (x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 2.24.4) of 
 2012-12-29

 and run-python does indeed need a required arg in this version:

 ,
 | run-python is an interactive autoloaded compiled Lisp function in
 | `python.el'.
 | 
 | (run-python CMD optional DEDICATED SHOW)
 | 
 | Run an inferior Python process.
 | Input and output via buffer named after
 | `python-shell-buffer-name'.  If there is a process already
 | running in that buffer, just switch to it.
 `

 So I changed the call to


   (run-python py-python-command)

 and then all the code blocks could execute with no problem. Has
 run-python changed signature recently?

Doing git blame ob-python.el shows that not much has changed in that
file over the last couple of years.

 This may or may not be the problem you are running into however.

I have made some progress and the patch below passes this test:

#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
(add-to-list 'load-path
 ~/.emacs.d/plugins/org-mode/lisp)
  (require 'org)
  (org-babel-do-load-languages
   'org-babel-load-languages
   '((python . t)))
(setq org-babel-python-mode 'python-mode)
#+END_SRC

#+begin_src python :results output :session a
import sys
#+end_src

#+begin_src python :results output :session a
print(sys.path)
#+end_src

Patch:

--- lisp/ob-python.el
+++ lisp/ob-python.el
@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@
 
 (declare-function org-remove-indentation org )
 (declare-function py-shell ext:python-mode (optional argprompt))
-(declare-function py-toggle-shells ext:python-mode (arg))
+(declare-function py-toggle-shell ext:python-mode (arg))
 (declare-function run-python ext:python (optional cmd noshow new))
 
 (defvar org-babel-tangle-lang-exts)
@@ -162,16 +162,17 @@ then create.  Return the initialized session.
;; Make sure that py-which-bufname is initialized, as otherwise
;; it will be overwritten the first time a Python buffer is
;; created.
-   (py-toggle-shells py-default-interpreter)
+   (py-toggle-shell py-default-interpreter)
;; `py-shell' creates a buffer whose name is the value of
;; `py-which-bufname' with '*'s at the beginning and end
(let* ((bufname (if (and python-buffer (buffer-live-p python-buffer))
(replace-regexp-in-string ;; zap surrounding *
 ^\\*\\([^*]+\\)\\*$ \\1 python-buffer)
  (concat Python- (symbol-name session
-  (py-which-bufname bufname))
- (py-shell)
- (setq python-buffer (concat * bufname *
+  (py-buffer-name bufname))
+ (setq python-buffer (concat * bufname *))
+ (py-shell nil nil nil nil nil python-buffer)
+ ))
(t
(error No function available for running an inferior Python)))
   (setq org-babel-python-buffers



Myles



Re: [O] session with python-mode.el complains of void py-toggle-shells

2013-01-23 Thread Bastien
Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com writes:

   (run-python py-python-command)

 and then all the code blocks could execute with no problem. Has
 run-python changed signature recently?

Yes, from Emacs 24.1 to Emacs 24.2.

I fixed this, thanks.

-- 
 Bastien



Re: [O] [PATCH] session with python-mode.el complains of void py-toggle-shells

2013-01-23 Thread Bastien
Hi Myles,

thanks for digging into this.  

I'm copying Andreas as the maintainer of python-mode.el.

Myles English mylesengl...@gmail.com writes:

 --- lisp/ob-python.el
 +++ lisp/ob-python.el
 @@ -32,7 +32,7 @@
  
  (declare-function org-remove-indentation org )
  (declare-function py-shell ext:python-mode (optional argprompt))
 -(declare-function py-toggle-shells ext:python-mode (arg))
 +(declare-function py-toggle-shell ext:python-mode (arg))

If this function's name changed, there should be an alias in
python-mode.el.

  (declare-function run-python ext:python (optional cmd noshow new))
  
  (defvar org-babel-tangle-lang-exts)
 @@ -162,16 +162,17 @@ then create.  Return the initialized session.
 ;; Make sure that py-which-bufname is initialized, as otherwise
 ;; it will be overwritten the first time a Python buffer is
 ;; created.
 -   (py-toggle-shells py-default-interpreter)
 +   (py-toggle-shell py-default-interpreter)
 ;; `py-shell' creates a buffer whose name is the value of
 ;; `py-which-bufname' with '*'s at the beginning and end
 (let* ((bufname (if (and python-buffer (buffer-live-p python-buffer))
 (replace-regexp-in-string ;; zap surrounding *
  ^\\*\\([^*]+\\)\\*$ \\1 python-buffer)
   (concat Python- (symbol-name session
 -  (py-which-bufname bufname))
 - (py-shell)
 - (setq python-buffer (concat * bufname *
 +  (py-buffer-name bufname))
 + (setq python-buffer (concat * bufname *))
 + (py-shell nil nil nil nil nil python-buffer)
 + ))

The docstring of py-shell doesn't say much about why python-buffer
would be needed as an argument here.  Is it so?

If yes, we need to make this compatible with previous versions of 
python-mode.el.  

(The argument PY-BUFFER-NAME is not documented in latest
python-mode.el)

Andreas, can you help sorting this out?

Thanks,

-- 
 Bastien



[O] BUG: coderef labels not stripped when tangling

2013-01-23 Thread Michael Alan Dorman
Using Org-mode to write in a literate style is a lot of fun.  When I
read about coderef labels, they seemed likely to make it even better.

The only problem is that they aren't stripped during tangling. If you
tangle this:

#+BEGIN_SRC sh -n -r :noweb tangle :shebang #!/bin/sh :tangle tangle-test.sh
echo Working (ref:working) 
#+END_SRC

You end up with:

#!/bin/sh

echo Working (ref:working)

That seems like a bug.

Mike.




Re: [O] Emacs org-mode timer - can it be shown in the Windows 7 taskbar?

2013-01-23 Thread Bastien
Hi Martin,

Martin Beck elwood...@web.de writes:

 Is there a way to synchronize the display of this Emacs status bar
 (or an element of it) with the Windows 7 Taskbar?

I don't know since I'm not using Windows.

But if there is a Windows program for this, you can certainly use it
with `org-show-notification-handler', which see.

HTH,

-- 
 Bastien



Re: [O] ICS-export and Google Calendar: tags/CATEGORIES not imported

2013-01-23 Thread Bastien
Hi Karl,

Karl Voit devn...@karl-voit.at writes:

 In my online Google Calendar I do not see anything about those
 categories. On my Android devices either.

Well, to me it means neither Google Calendar and the current Org
Android apps support categories.

It would be nice to double-check this by displayed an org-generated
.ics file into an application that *does* support categories.

-- 
 Bastien



Re: [O] Latex export repeating captions

2013-01-23 Thread Bastien
Hi Russell,

Russell Adams rlad...@adamsinfoserv.com writes:

 I discovered my captions were growing... This seemed to fix the
 problem.

 I'm on Org 7.8.10.

This bug has been fixed long time ago, please upgrade if you can!

All best,

-- 
 Bastien



Re: [O] Wish: switch active time-stamps to inactive when CANCELED

2013-01-23 Thread Bastien
Hi Viktor,

Viktor Rosenfeld listuse...@gmail.com writes:

 #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
 (setq org-todo-state-tags-triggers '((CANCELLED (ARCHIVE . t
 #+END_SRC

I shared this as a new FAQ, thanks!

-- 
 Bastien



Re: [O] Worg FAQ typo

2013-01-23 Thread Bastien
Hi David,

David Rogers davidandrewrog...@gmail.com writes:

 The second example at

 http://orgmode.org/worg/org-faq.html#org-class

 is not correct as shown.

 It appears to me that it is only missing the  and  signs in the
 appropriate places, but I can't be sure. When I add those signs then the
 example seems to work for me. I'd appreciate it if someone who knows
 better could confirm that that's all it needs.

I confirm, fixed in Worg, thanks!

-- 
 Bastien



Re: [O] Bug: [PATCH] Org-babel: separate #+attr_... for code block and for results block [7.9.3d (release_7.9.3d-834-g60083a.dirty @ /home/vdyadov/Work/Tools/emacs/org-mode/lisp/)]

2013-01-23 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello,

vdya...@elvees.com (Дядов Васил Стоянов) writes:

 Remember to cover the basics, that is, what you expected to happen and
 what in fact did happen.  You don't know how to make a good report?  See

  http://orgmode.org/manual/Feedback.html#Feedback

 Your bug report will be posted to the Org-mode mailing list.
 

 With current org-babel it is not possible to set separate html
 attributes for result block.

 Simple case:

 ,
 | #+begin_src ditaa :file 123.png :cache yes
 | ...
 | #+end_src
 | 
 | #+results[f8f8...]:
 | file:123.png
 `

 Suppose, I want to add some html attributes to image:

 ,
 | #+begin_src ditaa :file 123.png :cache yes
 | ...
 | #+end_src
 | 
 | #+attr_html: alt=big image width=100%
 | 
 | #+results[f8f8...]:
 | file:123.png
 `

This is an invalid syntax. Attributes lines have to be sticked to the
element they refer to. It is true for every element in an Org buffer,
not only src blocks.


Regards,

-- 
Nicolas Goaziou



Re: [O] Bug in new exporter with babel blocks

2013-01-23 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello,


Aaron Ecay aarone...@gmail.com writes:

 I’m dealing with a puzzling bug in the new exporter.  As background,
 I’ve written a custom function to process special-blocks, to replicate
 in the new exporter the functionality of the org-exp-blocks package
 (http://orgmode.org/worg/org-contrib/org-exp-blocks.html).

You needn't. org-exp-blocks functionalities are supported by the new
exporter out of the box.

 Because I need the un-processed text inside the special-block (not
 parsed into an org-elements structure nor escaped for LaTeX special
 characters),

Special blocks are de facto, recursive, much like drawers. Their
contents have to be parsed.

 I’m not sure if this is a long-standing problem or not; this is the
 first time I’ve combined babel with my custom special-blocks code.  I’m
 also at a loss of how to debug the internals of org-elements and
 org-export, two complex bits of machinery.  I guess the value of the
 :contents-begin and -end properties needs to be fixed in any case.

During export, the buffer being parsed isn't the original buffer,
because of babel block, include keywords and macros expansion. You may
want to have a look at `org-export-as' source code.

Hence, :contents-begin and :contents-end properties do not refer to real
buffer positions in the buffer from which `org-e-latex-special-block' is
called.

 I’d also be happy to discover another, better way of getting the raw
 text content of the special-block that doesn’t succumb to this
 problem.

If you must, you can try:

  (org-element-interpret-data (org-element-contents special-block))

from `org-e-latex-special-block'.


Regards,

-- 
Nicolas Goaziou



Re: [O] Still Wishing for Snooze

2013-01-23 Thread Bastien
Hi Andrew,

Andrew M. Nuxoll nux...@up.edu writes:

 1.  Add a date tag to an entry that indicates that it is inactive until a
 certain date.  I'm picturing something like this:

 * TODO [#B] Verify login to the virtual machines
   SCHEDULED: 2013-01-11 Tue +1w DELAY: 2013-01-24 Thu

 2.  Add a command similar to org-deadline that I can use to attach a delay
 date to a to-do item

 3.  When I display my agenda, items that are delayed are not displayed.

 My e-lisp is pretty rusty so *any* advice or help is great.  Could someone
 help point me to the right files and functions I'll need to modify to
 accomplish this?

C-h v org-agenda-ignore TAB will open many doors.

See C-h org-agenda-todo-ignore-timestamp RET for example:

  Non-nil means don't show entries with a timestamp.
  This applies when creating the global todo list.
  Valid values are:
  
  past Don't show entries for today or in the past.
  
  future   Don't show entries with a timestamp in the future.
   The idea behind this is that if it has a future
   timestamp, you don't want to think about it until the
   date.
  
  all  Don't show any entries with a timestamp in the global todo list.
   The idea behind this is that by setting a timestamp, you
   have already taken care of this item.
  
  This variable can also have an integer as a value.  If positive (N),
  todos with a timestamp N or more days in the future will be ignored.  If
  negative (-N), todos with a timestamp N or more days in the past will be
  ignored.  If 0, todos with a timestamp either today or in the future will
  be ignored.  For example, a value of -1 will exclude todos with a
  timestamp in the past (yesterday or earlier), while a value of 7 will
  exclude todos with a timestamp a week or more in the future.
  
  See also `org-agenda-todo-ignore-with-date'.  See also the variable
  `org-agenda-tags-todo-honor-ignore-options' if you want to make his
  option also apply to the tags-todo list.
  
-- 
 Bastien



Re: [O] building org on OSX for aquamacs?

2013-01-23 Thread Bastien
Hi Filippo,

Filippo Salustri salus...@ryerson.ca writes:

 My current problem is that the byte-compilation of org 7.9.3d via
 Marmalade for Aquamacs fails such that loading org leads to the error
 invalid function: org-check-version.

Sorry you have this problem.  I advise you to avoid ELPA when
installing Org for now, there are known problems here.

-- 
 Bastien



Re: [O] Bug: Effort is not displayed in mode line, patch attached [7.9.2 (7.9.2-181-ge8aaca-elpaplus @ /usr/local/share/emacs/24.2/lisp/org/)]

2013-01-23 Thread Bastien
Hi Vasil,

vasil@gmail.com (Vasil S. Diadov) writes:

 Efforts are not displayed in mode line due to wrong point position
 during fetching 'org-effort property of the text.

thanks a lot for the patch, I fixed this a bit differently, but the
core idea is the same.

Best,

-- 
 Bastien



Re: [O] Entire missing sections in export to latex

2013-01-23 Thread Bastien
Hi Russell,

Russell Adams rlad...@adamsinfoserv.com writes:

 Headlines that skip levels by accident or typo, for instance copying
 from another document, disappear from the latex export output without
 warning. See below for minimum working example. HTML and ascii don't
 have this issue.

 Org version 7.8.10 on Emacs 23.3.1.

 This is the old exporter, I haven't tried the new one yet.

This is an known issue with the old exporter, which forces you
to get a correctly (i.e. complete) hierarchy of headlines.

The new exporter is more flexible about this.

HTH,

-- 
 Bastien



Re: [O] ICS-export and Google Calendar: tags/CATEGORIES not imported

2013-01-23 Thread Karl Voit
* Bastien b...@altern.org wrote:
 Hi Karl,

 Karl Voit devn...@karl-voit.at writes:

 In my online Google Calendar I do not see anything about those
 categories. On my Android devices either.

 Well, to me it means neither Google Calendar and the current Org
 Android apps support categories.

To be fair, I have to add that I do not connect my Android MobileOrg
app with my Android calendar. I am using ICS-export - Webserver -
Google Calendar - Android Calendar App.

So what about Org - MobileOrg - Android Calendar ? Is someone
able to confirm this issue of not using the categories property?

 It would be nice to double-check this by displayed an org-generated
 .ics file into an application that *does* support categories.

In case of no success here either, I would plead to switch to a ICS
field that gets interpreted or add it to the description field or
such.

-- 
Karl Voit




Re: [O] agenda question about representing items

2013-01-23 Thread Karl Voit
Hi!

* Arun Persaud apers...@lbl.gov wrote:

 I'm wondering if it is possible to customize this, so that it will
 display something like the following:

 filename: time projectname-subtask-TODO look into customize agenda
 views

 that is adding some breadcrumbs in front of the item to make it clearer
 what the context of the TODO item is.

Note: When you set your cursor to the entry in the agenda, you'll
notice those breadcrumbs being displayed at the echo area (bottom
line).


When I do face similar requirements, I tend to add tags to the
headings such, that the inherited tags give me some clue about the
breadcrumbs.

This way, I sometimes end up with headings like this:

*** Task this or that  :TaskThisOrThat:

Not quite perfect for a guy that loves de-duplication (I agree) but
it works.

-- 
Karl Voit




Re: [O] org-caldav feedback

2013-01-23 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Eric,

If I understood David right, the UTC option is just an addition to the
already present options.
Thus, if you used e.g. Europe/Berlin before, you do not need to change
anything and in fact, you shouldn't see a difference.
However, if you face time shifts between org and the caldav calendar you
might try UTC.

Hope that helps

Torsten

On 23 January 2013 07:00, Eric S Fraga e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk wrote:

 David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes:

 [...]

  I think I found a better solution. I pushed a change to org-caldav which
  allows to set org-icalendar-timezone to the string UTC, which will put
  events using universal time. The server should then transpose it to the
  timezone you have set in your SOGo preferences. It works for me (for
  SOGo, mind you; other calendar servers don't work well with that).

 David,

 for those of us not using SOGo (I use Google), what should we do?  I've
 not updated the version of org-caldav I'm using yet.

 By the way, I will take this opportunity to say that org-caldav is
 working like a charm for me.  Although I haven't really pushed it to the
 limits, for day to day stuff it's working very well.  I've had to clear
 out the org-caldav-xxx.el file in .emacs.d a couple of times but that's
 typically due to my doing things on the same entry in both calendar
 systems (org and Google).  However, clearing out the file and having
 org-caldav re-sync everything from scratch is a simple and good enough
 solution for when problems arise.

 Thanks again,
 eric

 --
 : Eric S Fraga, GnuPG: 0xC89193D8FFFCF67D
 : in Emacs 24.3.50.1 and Org release_7.9.3d-837-ge37613





Re: [O] Bug: The homepage of gnuplot-mode has been moved [7.9.3d (7.9.3d-GNU-Emacs-24-3 (commit e8f5b0ad) @ /usr/local/share/emacs/24.3.50/lisp/org/)]

2013-01-23 Thread Bastien
Hi Xue,

Xue Fuqiao xfq.f...@gmail.com writes:

 In (info (org) Org-Plot):

 Org-Plot can produce 2D and 3D graphs of information stored in org
 tables using `Gnuplot' `http://www.gnuplot.info/' and `gnuplot-mode'
 `http://cars9.uchicago.edu/~ravel/software/gnuplot-mode.html'.

 But the homepage of gnuplot-mode has been moved to:
 http://xafs.org/BruceRavel/GnuplotMode

Fixed, thanks.

-- 
 Bastien



Re: [O] Using Properties in Capture Templates.

2013-01-23 Thread Bastien
Hi Ian,

Ian Barton li...@wilkesley.net writes:

 I want to create a capture template which prompts for certain properties 
 in a property draw, but alos creates some other properties without 
 prompting for a value. However, I am having trouble mixing properties 
 which are entered by the user and blank properties. The following 
 example shows what I mean:

 #+begin_src emacs-lisp
 (defun capture-letter-file (path)
(let ((name (read-string File name: )))
  (expand-file-name (format %s-%s.org
(format-time-string %Y-%m-%d)
name) path)))

 (z
 Letter template
 plain
 (file (capture-letter-file  ~/dropbox/org/org_files/letters))
 #+STARTUP: showall indent\n#+STARTUP: hidestars\n#+OPTIONS: H:2 
 num:nil tags:nil toc:nil timestamps:nil\n* 
 Letter\n:PROPERTIES:\n:to_address:%^{salutation}p %^{to_name}p 
 %^{subject}p %^{the_closing}p:END:\n
 )

 #+end_src
 This produces:

 #+STARTUP: showall indent
 #+STARTUP: hidestars
 #+OPTIONS: H:2 num:nil tags:nil toc:nil timestamps:nil
 * Letter
 :PROPERTIES:
 :salutation: aaa
 :to_name:  bbb
 :subject:  ccc
 :the_closing: zzz
 :END:
 :to_address:   :END:

 Note the two :END: values and the :to_address: is placed outside the 
 values for which the user was prompted. I have tried omitting the 
 :PROPERTIES: and :END: from the template and letting org create them, 
 but still end up with the :to_address: property being placed outside the 
 property draw.

Yes, mixing interactive properties and hardcoded ones seem to produce
wrong results.  In the meantime, you can use this trick:

(z
 Letter template
 plain
 (capture-letter-file  ~/dropbox/org/org_files/letters))
 #+STARTUP: showall indent\n#+STARTUP: hidestars\n#+OPTIONS: H:2 
num:nil tags:nil toc:nil timestamps:nil\n
* Letter\n  :PROPERTIES:\n  :to_address: %\\1\n  :to_name: %\\2\n  :subject: 
%\\3\n  :the_closing: %\\4\n  :END:\n

# %^{salutation} %^{to_name} %^{subject} %^{the_closing}

%?)

He bit hackish but should work.

HTH,

-- 
 Bastien



Re: [O] org-caldav feedback

2013-01-23 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi David,

time is correct now using UTC thanks a lot.


My test suite runs fine with the SOGo server, so I'm guessing it has to
 do with how you format your entries. Does this also happen when you put
 the timestamp underneath the heading?

 Tested and you are right. Adding a timestamp in the body doesn't get lost
during sync.
Actually, I guess the problem is a combination of export and import to
org-mode.
During the export, the timestamp gets read in correctly, however, it get
stripped from the Summary line (which is good).
During the import, org-caldav does not find a timestamp in the body to
update and does nothing (wild speculation).

A possible solution would be to teach org-caldav to update the timestamp
within the node header if available.
I see the problem that you might changed the text in the summary field in
the caldav calendar, which potentially mess up the header (where to place
the old  timestamp within the context of the new text?!) but for now, I
would suggest to simply search for a timestamp within the node-header and
update it by adding a new timestamp at the very end (but before tags ;) ).
In addition a new variable

org-caldav-timestamp-pos which can be either header or body

could indicate where to place the timestamp for a new entry coming from
caldav.

Thanks again for this great work and I really appreciate your help and
effort

Torsten






On a general note, I find manipulating Org entries rather delicate and
 wonder why there are no helper functions to change things like headings,
 timestamps, etc., which take care of the multitude of possibilities how
 entries can be formatted. My guess is that org-elements might be the
 solution for this, but I haven't looked at it yet...

 -David



Re: [O] no pdf-output in lilypond code blocks

2013-01-23 Thread Bastien
Hi Florian,

Florian Beck f...@miszellen.de writes:

 It seems `ly-process-basic' hardcodes a --png option. If I change it
 to --pdf everything works fine (though it won't produce pngs any more,
 I guess). Of course, it should really be set as appropriate for the
 extension.

Line 155 in ob-lilypond.el use --png.

Is it okay to use --pdf --html and --svg here too?

If so, I'll fix ly-process-basic so that it depends on
ly-gen-png/pdf/html/svg.

Thanks for confirming,

-- 
 Bastien



[O] Using Org/babel for Emacs config files (was: OT: Learning ELISP)

2013-01-23 Thread Karl Voit
Hi!

* Jonathan Arkell jonath...@criticalmass.com wrote:
 I am a huge advocate of using org files and literate programming in your
 config files.

Great.

I am not completely convinced to convert my config to org/babel but
I am not oppose either. Not sure, if there are that many advantages,
that it is worth my effort, that's all.

 A few reasons why:
   - Makes it easy to logically group sections of your init and
 configuration

Well, this is also possible with pure elisp and comments. Folding is
a different topic tough.

   - Agenda tags search on your initialization file?  Yes please!
 Extremely useful for those cross-cutting bits.  I have tags like
 keybinding, osx and linux, and working on others as appropriate.

Hm. Interesting but I guess this is not my use-case (except for
:keybinding:). I do use (when (system-is-linux) ... ) and similar
all over my configuration.

Although I am a huge fan of tagging, I don't see the use when
editing my emacs config (yet).

   - Add TODOs to your init file.

I am using ~/org/mainfile.org - * shorts - ** TODO do this
:hostname: all the time. Also for my config tasks. No worries: I do
see your point but I like to have all my sysadmin-tasks combined in
mainfile.org/shorts. So maybe this is just me.

 Here is my example, but I stand on the shoulders of giants:

 https://github.com/jonnay/emagicians-starter-kit

Thanks for sharing!

One thing which I would appreciate would be that it is more easy to
write documentation (including URLs; outside of elisp sections) in
org.


Naive question: Are there any performance issues with not being able
to compile my config.org to config.elc as it is possible with
config.el files?

-- 
Karl Voit




Re: [O] Bug: [PATCH] Org-babel: separate #+attr_... for code block and for results block [7.9.3d (release_7.9.3d-834-g60083a.dirty @ /home/vdyadov/Work/Tools/emacs/org-mode/lisp/)]

2013-01-23 Thread Дядов Васил Стоянов

Why syntax is invalid? I've taken a look at the source code in
org-elements.el and found that it is taking into account some
expressions, like #+results: and so on(see org-element-affiliated-keywords,
org-element--affiliated-re) when attaching properties to objects.

And everything works fine (attributes were attached to right objects),
except org-babel strategy for searching #+results: expression for
updating results.

What could you suggest in my case? When I put attributes right before
link to the image file, I get:

initial code:

,
| #+begin_src ditaa :file 123.png :cache yes
| ...
| #+end_src
|  
| #+results[f8f8...]:
| #+attr_html: alt=big image width=100%
| file:123.png
`

C-c C-c, result:

,
| #+begin_src ditaa :file 123.png :cache yes
| ...
| #+end_src
|  
| #+results[f8f8...]:
| file:123.png
| 
| #+attr_html: alt=big image width=100%
| file:123.png
`

With best regards,
Vasil



Re: [O] Bug: [PATCH] Org-babel: separate #+attr_... for code block and for results block [7.9.3d (release_7.9.3d-834-g60083a.dirty @ /home/vdyadov/Work/Tools/emacs/org-mode/lisp/)]

2013-01-23 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
vdya...@elvees.com (Дядов Васил Стоянов) writes:

 Why syntax is invalid? 

Affiliated keywords have to be put above elements they refer to, without
a blank line in-between.

 I've taken a look at the source code in org-elements.el and found that
 it is taking into account some expressions, like #+results: and so
 on(see org-element-affiliated-keywords, org-element--affiliated-re)
 when attaching properties to objects.

 And everything works fine (attributes were attached to right objects),
 except org-babel strategy for searching #+results: expression for
 updating results.

 What could you suggest in my case? When I put attributes right before
 link to the image file, I get:

 initial code:

 ,
 | #+begin_src ditaa :file 123.png :cache yes
 | ...
 | #+end_src
 |  
 | #+results[f8f8...]:
 | #+attr_html: alt=big image width=100%
 | file:123.png
 `

 C-c C-c, result:

 ,
 | #+begin_src ditaa :file 123.png :cache yes
 | ...
 | #+end_src
 |  
 | #+results[f8f8...]:
 | file:123.png
 | 
 | #+attr_html: alt=big image width=100%
 | file:123.png
 `

Elements doesn't care about order for affiliated keywords (here results
and attr_html), but Babel, which isn't built on Elements (yet), does.

Hence, I suggest:

  #+attr_html: ...
  #+results: ...
  file


Regards,

-- 
Nicolas Goaziou



[O] #+headers: :tangle doesn't work

2013-01-23 Thread Myles English

Hi,

I'd just like to record a minor inconsistency in case anyone is looking
at the code and decides they can change it.  The tangle variable can't
go in the #+headers line:

#+headers: :tangle a.sh
#+begin_src sh
echo this won't be tangled
#+end_src

#+begin_src sh :tangle a.sh
echo this will be tangled
#+end_src

Thanks,

Myles



Re: [O] Still Wishing for Snooze

2013-01-23 Thread Michael Brand
Hi Andrew

On Mon, Jan 21, 2013 at 7:20 PM, Andrew M. Nuxoll nux...@up.edu wrote:
 I'd like to modify the org-mode code to support the following:

 1.  Add a date tag to an entry that indicates that it is inactive until a
 certain date.  I'm picturing something like this:

 * TODO [#B] Verify login to the virtual machines
   SCHEDULED: 2013-01-11 Tue +1w DELAY: 2013-01-24 Thu

(I assume you meant Tue Jan 08:

* TODO [#B] Verify login to the virtual machines
  SCHEDULED: 2013-01-08 Tue +1w DELAY: 2013-01-24 Thu
)

Such tasks I do like follows, starting with:

* TODO [#B] Verify login to the virtual machines
  SCHEDULED: 2013-01-08 Tue +1w

Then set to DONE as many times as necessary to get it to the first
regular repetition in the future:

* TODO [#B] Verify login to the virtual machines
  SCHEDULED: 2013-01-29 Tue +1w

Then add the one irregular date just as a normal SCHEDULED:

* TODO [#B] Verify login to the virtual machines
  SCHEDULED: 2013-01-24 Thu
  SCHEDULED: 2013-01-29 Tue +1w

At or after 2013-01-24 when the task is done go to the irregular date
with TAB from the agenda view and delete the line, resulting again in:

* TODO [#B] Verify login to the virtual machines
  SCHEDULED: 2013-01-29 Tue +1w

Michael



[O] More decoration for babel output

2013-01-23 Thread Ken Williams
Hi all,

When exporting to HTML I always add some extra CSS to my org-mode config, for 
the purpose of identifying which chunks are input vs. output, and for 
identifying the language of the code in code chunks.  Language is identified by 
a little label on the box, and input/output is identified by green/red.

Would this be helpful to include by default?  Patch attached.

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Subject: [PATCH 1/1] Add background color and language-label to CSS for babel
 blocks.

---
 lisp/org-html.el |   24 
 1 files changed, 24 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)

diff --git a/lisp/org-html.el b/lisp/org-html.el
index 224a103..5e34385 100644
--- a/lisp/org-html.el
+++ b/lisp/org-html.el
@@ -170,6 +170,30 @@ for the JavaScript code in this tag.
 font-size: 90%;
 overflow:auto;
   }
+
+  /* Some decoration for source code blocks and their output. */
+  pre.src {
+background-color: #F5FFF5;
+position: relative;
+overflow: visible;
+margin-right: auto;
+  }
+  pre.src:before {
+position: absolute;
+top: -15px;
+background: #ff;
+padding: 1px;
+border: 1px solid #00;
+font-size: small;
+  }
+  pre.src-sh:before   { content: 'sh'; }
+  pre.src-bash:before { content: 'sh'; }
+  pre.src-R:before{ content: 'R'; }
+  pre.src-perl:before { content: 'Perl'; }
+  pre.src-java:before { content: 'Java'; }
+  pre.src-sql:before  { content: 'SQL'; }
+  pre.example { background-color: #FFF5F5; }
+
   table { border-collapse: collapse; }
   td, th { vertical-align: top;  }
   th.right  { text-align:center;  }
-- 
1.7.9



Re: [O] Wish: switch active time-stamps to inactive when CANCELED

2013-01-23 Thread Viktor Rosenfeld
Hi Bastien,

Bastien wrote:

 Viktor Rosenfeld listuse...@gmail.com writes:
 
  #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
  (setq org-todo-state-tags-triggers '((CANCELLED (ARCHIVE . t
  #+END_SRC
 
 I shared this as a new FAQ, thanks!

The credit should go to Bernt Hansen. I found it in his org-mode setup.

Cheers,
Viktor



Re: [O] More decoration for babel output

2013-01-23 Thread Gunnar Wolf
Ken Williams dijo [Wed, Jan 23, 2013 at 04:26:54PM +]:
 Hi all,
 
 When exporting to HTML I always add some extra CSS to my org-mode
 config, for the purpose of identifying which chunks are input
 vs. output, and for identifying the language of the code in code
 chunks.  Language is identified by a little label on the box, and
 input/output is identified by green/red.
 
 Would this be helpful to include by default?  Patch attached.

As for me, with slight adaptations, I am including it in my operating
systems class notes. Thanks!



[O] org-plus-contrib: Invalid function: org-no-popups

2013-01-23 Thread Moritz Ulrich

Hello,

I just installed org-plus-contrib from org's elpa repository, coming
From custom git checkout. 

After removing the (require 'org-install) (because of the warning it now
generates) I get the following error when trying to open the agenda
dispatcher:

--8---cut here---start-8---
Debugger entered--Lisp error: (invalid-function org-no-popups)
  org-no-popups(#buffer  *Agenda Commands*)
  org-switch-to-buffer-other-window( *Agenda Commands*)
  byte-code(...)
  org-agenda-get-restriction-and-command(nil)
  byte-code(...)
  org-agenda(nil)
  call-interactively(org-agenda nil nil)
--8---cut here---end---8---

(byte-code removed for sanity)


I installed the following package:

org-plus-contrib   20130121 installed  Outline-based notes
management and organizer


Any hints? Googling just pointed me to a mail thread where removing,
restarting Emacs and re-installing the package fixed everything - that
doesn't work for me.


I'm thankful for any pointers.


Cheers,
Moritz Ulrich


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Re: [O] [PATCH] session with python-mode.el complains of void py-toggle-shells

2013-01-23 Thread Andreas Röhler

Am 23.01.2013 14:04, schrieb Bastien:

Hi Myles,

thanks for digging into this.

I'm copying Andreas as the maintainer of python-mode.el.

Myles English mylesengl...@gmail.com writes:


--- lisp/ob-python.el
+++ lisp/ob-python.el
@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@

  (declare-function org-remove-indentation org )
  (declare-function py-shell ext:python-mode (optional argprompt))
-(declare-function py-toggle-shells ext:python-mode (arg))
+(declare-function py-toggle-shell ext:python-mode (arg))




Hi Bastien,


If this function's name changed, there should be an alias in
python-mode.el.



right


  (declare-function run-python ext:python (optional cmd noshow new))

  (defvar org-babel-tangle-lang-exts)
@@ -162,16 +162,17 @@ then create.  Return the initialized session.
 ;; Make sure that py-which-bufname is initialized, as otherwise
 ;; it will be overwritten the first time a Python buffer is
 ;; created.
-   (py-toggle-shells py-default-interpreter)
+   (py-toggle-shell py-default-interpreter)
 ;; `py-shell' creates a buffer whose name is the value of
 ;; `py-which-bufname' with '*'s at the beginning and end
 (let* ((bufname (if (and python-buffer (buffer-live-p python-buffer))
 (replace-regexp-in-string ;; zap surrounding *
  ^\\*\\([^*]+\\)\\*$ \\1 python-buffer)
   (concat Python- (symbol-name session
-  (py-which-bufname bufname))
- (py-shell)
- (setq python-buffer (concat * bufname *
+  (py-buffer-name bufname))
+ (setq python-buffer (concat * bufname *))
+ (py-shell nil nil nil nil nil python-buffer)
+ ))


The docstring of py-shell doesn't say much about why python-buffer
would be needed as an argument here.  Is it so?

If yes, we need to make this compatible with previous versions of
python-mode.el.

(The argument PY-BUFFER-NAME is not documented in latest
python-mode.el)

Andreas, can you help sorting this out?

Thanks,



Okay, I'll dig into.

For the moment: assume this code should not be needed, python-mode.el should 
act that all.
But let me have a closer look,

Cheers,

Andreas






Re: [O] Still Wishing for Snooze

2013-01-23 Thread Andrew M. Nuxoll

Michael:

Thank you for this info. I didn't know that you could add two scheduled 
dates to a task!  Unfortunately, org-mode doesn't handle the dual 
schedule the way I would wish.  For example if I have:


* TODO [#B] Verify login to the virtual machines
  SCHEDULED: 2013-01-24 Thu
  SCHEDULED: 2013-01-29 Tue +1w

and I mark the item as done via agenda mode (by hitting 't') it changes 
to this:


* TODO [#B] Verify login to the virtual machines
  SCHEDULED: 2013-01-24 Thu
  SCHEDULED: 2013-02-05 Tue +1w

Thus it not only doesn't appear from my to-do list but it skips a 
rescheduled event that I don't want to have skipped.  Am I doing it wrong?


Even if this is the best org-mode can do at the moment, it's a better 
solution than what I have been doing.


Thank you,
:AMN:

On 01/23/2013 07:49 AM, Michael Brand wrote:

Hi Andrew

On Mon, Jan 21, 2013 at 7:20 PM, Andrew M. Nuxoll nux...@up.edu wrote:

I'd like to modify the org-mode code to support the following:

1.  Add a date tag to an entry that indicates that it is inactive until a
certain date.  I'm picturing something like this:

* TODO [#B] Verify login to the virtual machines
   SCHEDULED: 2013-01-11 Tue +1w DELAY: 2013-01-24 Thu

(I assume you meant Tue Jan 08:

* TODO [#B] Verify login to the virtual machines
   SCHEDULED: 2013-01-08 Tue +1w DELAY: 2013-01-24 Thu
)

Such tasks I do like follows, starting with:

* TODO [#B] Verify login to the virtual machines
   SCHEDULED: 2013-01-08 Tue +1w

Then set to DONE as many times as necessary to get it to the first
regular repetition in the future:

* TODO [#B] Verify login to the virtual machines
   SCHEDULED: 2013-01-29 Tue +1w

Then add the one irregular date just as a normal SCHEDULED:

* TODO [#B] Verify login to the virtual machines
   SCHEDULED: 2013-01-24 Thu
   SCHEDULED: 2013-01-29 Tue +1w

At or after 2013-01-24 when the task is done go to the irregular date
with TAB from the agenda view and delete the line, resulting again in:

* TODO [#B] Verify login to the virtual machines
   SCHEDULED: 2013-01-29 Tue +1w

Michael



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Re: [O] Still Wishing for Snooze

2013-01-23 Thread Andrew M. Nuxoll

Sam:

I'd be delighted if you did this.  I suspect you could do it in 1/10th 
the time that it would take me to figure it out.


In the example below, I would want the Verify login... entry to 
reappear on the agenda starting on 2013-01-24 Thu.  The easiest way to 
do this might be to just automatically delete the DELAY entry on that date.


I imagine adding code to add the DELAY entry would be easy.  The hard 
part is getting the agenda display to honor the DELAY entry when it is 
present and also to delete the DELAY entry when its associated date is 
reached.  I've no idea where to add that functionality in the org-mode code.


:AMN:


On 01/23/2013 02:42 AM, Samuel Loury wrote:

Andrew M. Nuxoll nux...@up.edu writes:


1.  Add a date tag to an entry that indicates that it is inactive
until a certain date.  I'm picturing something like this:

* TODO [#B] Verify login to the virtual machines
SCHEDULED: 2013-01-11 Tue +1w DELAY: 2013-01-24 Thu


In your model, does the DELAY act as a scheduled date also? I mean, do
you want the event Verify login to the virtual machines to show up in
the agenda on 2013-01-24 Thu?

I think it is a very good idea and I would be use it as soon as it would
be ready. I might take a look as soon as I find some free time at how to
implement this. It does not look too complicated.




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Asst Professor of Computer Science   Fax:   503-943-7316
University of Portland - MSC #145Email: nux...@up.edu
5000 N. Willamette Blvd  Web:   http://faculty.up.edu/nuxoll
Portland, OR  97203-5798 Office: Shiley Hall Rm 217




Re: [O] Still Wishing for Snooze

2013-01-23 Thread Michael Brand
Hi Andrew

On Wed, Jan 23, 2013 at 7:51 PM, Andrew M. Nuxoll nux...@up.edu wrote:
 * TODO [#B] Verify login to the virtual machines
   SCHEDULED: 2013-01-24 Thu
   SCHEDULED: 2013-01-29 Tue +1w

 and I mark the item as done via agenda mode (by hitting 't') it changes to
 this:

 * TODO [#B] Verify login to the virtual machines
   SCHEDULED: 2013-01-24 Thu
   SCHEDULED: 2013-02-05 Tue +1w

 Thus it not only doesn't appear from my to-do list but it skips a
 rescheduled event that I don't want to have skipped.  Am I doing it wrong?

This solution works only with some extra care: Before setting any
timestamped TODO agenda entry to DONE I always check with SPACE in the
agenda buffer how the timestamps look like. In this case I see that it
will repeat, but when the current day is before 2013-01-29 then it
should not yet increment and I do not set to DONE but instead remove
the SCHEDULED for 2013-01-24 as described in my last post.

Michael



Re: [O] org-caldav feedback

2013-01-23 Thread David Engster
Torsten Wagner writes:
 If I understood David right, the UTC option is just an addition to the
 already present options.
 Thus, if you used e.g. Europe/Berlin before, you do not need to change
 anything and in fact, you shouldn't see a difference.

Yes, exactly.

-David



Re: [O] org-caldav feedback

2013-01-23 Thread David Engster
Torsten Wagner writes:
 I see the problem that you might changed the text in the summary field in the
 caldav calendar, which potentially mess up the header (where to place the old
  timestamp within the context of the new text?!) but for now, I would suggest
 to simply search for a timestamp within the node-header and update it by 
 adding
 a new timestamp at the very end (but before tags ;) ).

Yes, something like this needs to be done. As I've written in my last
mail, I'm hoping for a more general solution. I'm guessing that
org-elements can help me with this, but I haven't yet looked at it in
detail.

 In addition a new variable

 org-caldav-timestamp-pos which can be either header or body

 could indicate where to place the timestamp for a new entry coming from 
 caldav.

Hmm. What are the advantages of putting it in the header?

-David



Re: [O] org-caldav feedback

2013-01-23 Thread David Engster
Eric S. Fraga writes:
 I've had to clear out the org-caldav-xxx.el file in .emacs.d a couple
 of times but that's typically due to my doing things on the same entry
 in both calendar systems (org and Google).

If you change an item in Org as well as in the Calendar, the calendar
entry should simply get overwritten with the change you did in Org. So
while this Org always wins strategy doesn't qualify as proper conflict
handling, I still wonder why you had to restart from scratch?

Anyway, this is a temporary issue; I will add proper conflict handling
in the coming weeks.

-David



[O] Editing comments or strings in Org mode

2013-01-23 Thread François Pinard
Hi, Org people.

It is often suggested that literate Org programming means interspersing
program fragments within an Org file.  For practical reasons, I rather
prefer adding Org documentation into my programs.  So this helping tool
which pops out a temporary Org mode buffer with the contents of the
current block comment or (doc-)string, and which replaces the original
once the editing is done. 

Some remaining issues, I know, and surely lots I do not know!  The tool
is usable enough to be shared, for those who would happen to have a use
for it.  I put it there:

   https://github.com/pinard/PopOrg

Keep happy, all!  François



Re: [O] Feature: Group and limit items in agenda

2013-01-23 Thread AW
 
 For me this is enough. However, I wonder whether this could be useful
 for others. The proposed feature is a general group by and limit:
 
 - In agenda view, you are able to group todo or agendas with a certain
 criterion (category, tags..)
 - You are able to restrict the items shown in this group. Optionally,
 some special todo states could be unlimited. For example, I only want
 to limit the number of TODO tasks, while seeing all the DONE tasks.
 For others, maybe they want to see all the NEXT tasks, but limiting
 the number of TODO tasks.
 
 I wonder how many people would be interested in this feature.
 Otherwise it would just be a waste of time to generalize my personal
 taste.

This sounds like a good idea. I'd love to group my different tasks in the 
agenda, instead of getting them sorted by due dates.

Regards,

Alexander



Re: [O] Using Org/babel for Emacs config files (was: OT: Learning ELISP)

2013-01-23 Thread Darlan Cavalcante Moreira

I also have my Emacs configuration in org mode and it is really great.
Before moving to an org-mode initialization file I had multiple elisp files
and the main initialization file loaded the individual files. But having
everything in one place with the outline and search powers of org-modemuch
better. You can even put todos there if you want.

There are many benefits of using tags in your initialization. You can, for
instance, put a Keybinds tag in all headlines that change some
keybindings. You can put a Flymake tag in all headlines configuring
flymake for the different programming languages you use. If you need to
locate the flymake configuration specific for python, for instance, all
that is necessary is to do a tag search for the Flymake and Python tags.

Note that Emacs does not evaluate your initialization org-mode file
directly. It tangles all elisp blocks in that file to an elisp file and
then load that elisp file as usual. The tangling can be slow if you have
many blocks, but it only does that once after editing the org-mode
file. Therefore, you don't get a performance hit by having your
initialization in an org-mode file.

You can also take advantage of this tangle process. For instance, I have a
Themes headline where each child headline configures Emacs with a
different theme. I set the TANGLE property of all of these headlines to
no except one. Then Emacs will use that theme. You can easily
enable/disable big parts of your configuration like this and I find it
easier then commenting and uncommenting different parts of an elisp
file. For visual feedback, I like to add the COMMENT keyword in the
headlines where I have set the TANGLE property to no.

--
Darlan

At Wed, 23 Jan 2013 15:40:35 +0100,
Karl Voit wrote:
 
 Hi!
 
 * Jonathan Arkell jonath...@criticalmass.com wrote:
  I am a huge advocate of using org files and literate programming in your
  config files.
 
 Great.
 
 I am not completely convinced to convert my config to org/babel but
 I am not oppose either. Not sure, if there are that many advantages,
 that it is worth my effort, that's all.
 
  A few reasons why:
- Makes it easy to logically group sections of your init and
  configuration
 
 Well, this is also possible with pure elisp and comments. Folding is
 a different topic tough.
 
- Agenda tags search on your initialization file?  Yes please!
  Extremely useful for those cross-cutting bits.  I have tags like
  keybinding, osx and linux, and working on others as appropriate.
 
 Hm. Interesting but I guess this is not my use-case (except for
 :keybinding:). I do use (when (system-is-linux) ... ) and similar
 all over my configuration.
 
 Although I am a huge fan of tagging, I don't see the use when
 editing my emacs config (yet).
 
- Add TODOs to your init file.
 
 I am using ~/org/mainfile.org - * shorts - ** TODO do this
 :hostname: all the time. Also for my config tasks. No worries: I do
 see your point but I like to have all my sysadmin-tasks combined in
 mainfile.org/shorts. So maybe this is just me.
 
  Here is my example, but I stand on the shoulders of giants:
 
  https://github.com/jonnay/emagicians-starter-kit
 
 Thanks for sharing!
 
 One thing which I would appreciate would be that it is more easy to
 write documentation (including URLs; outside of elisp sections) in
 org.
 
 
 Naive question: Are there any performance issues with not being able
 to compile my config.org to config.elc as it is possible with
 config.el files?
 
 -- 
 Karl Voit
 
 



Re: [O] Using Org/babel for Emacs config files (was: OT: Learning ELISP)

2013-01-23 Thread Kyle Machulis
Building on these idea, eric schulte's emacs 24 starter kit actually
uses tags to configure what should and shouldn't be tangled, to make
things easily configurable by others (not really a feature most of us
are looking for in configs, but interesting nonetheless). Check out
the starter-kit-load function in
https://raw.github.com/eschulte/emacs24-starter-kit/master/starter-kit.org

On Wed, Jan 23, 2013 at 2:06 PM, Darlan Cavalcante Moreira
darc...@gmail.com wrote:

 I also have my Emacs configuration in org mode and it is really great.
 Before moving to an org-mode initialization file I had multiple elisp files
 and the main initialization file loaded the individual files. But having
 everything in one place with the outline and search powers of org-modemuch
 better. You can even put todos there if you want.

 There are many benefits of using tags in your initialization. You can, for
 instance, put a Keybinds tag in all headlines that change some
 keybindings. You can put a Flymake tag in all headlines configuring
 flymake for the different programming languages you use. If you need to
 locate the flymake configuration specific for python, for instance, all
 that is necessary is to do a tag search for the Flymake and Python tags.

 Note that Emacs does not evaluate your initialization org-mode file
 directly. It tangles all elisp blocks in that file to an elisp file and
 then load that elisp file as usual. The tangling can be slow if you have
 many blocks, but it only does that once after editing the org-mode
 file. Therefore, you don't get a performance hit by having your
 initialization in an org-mode file.

 You can also take advantage of this tangle process. For instance, I have a
 Themes headline where each child headline configures Emacs with a
 different theme. I set the TANGLE property of all of these headlines to
 no except one. Then Emacs will use that theme. You can easily
 enable/disable big parts of your configuration like this and I find it
 easier then commenting and uncommenting different parts of an elisp
 file. For visual feedback, I like to add the COMMENT keyword in the
 headlines where I have set the TANGLE property to no.

 --
 Darlan

 At Wed, 23 Jan 2013 15:40:35 +0100,
 Karl Voit wrote:

 Hi!

 * Jonathan Arkell jonath...@criticalmass.com wrote:
  I am a huge advocate of using org files and literate programming in your
  config files.

 Great.

 I am not completely convinced to convert my config to org/babel but
 I am not oppose either. Not sure, if there are that many advantages,
 that it is worth my effort, that's all.

  A few reasons why:
- Makes it easy to logically group sections of your init and
  configuration

 Well, this is also possible with pure elisp and comments. Folding is
 a different topic tough.

- Agenda tags search on your initialization file?  Yes please!
  Extremely useful for those cross-cutting bits.  I have tags like
  keybinding, osx and linux, and working on others as appropriate.

 Hm. Interesting but I guess this is not my use-case (except for
 :keybinding:). I do use (when (system-is-linux) ... ) and similar
 all over my configuration.

 Although I am a huge fan of tagging, I don't see the use when
 editing my emacs config (yet).

- Add TODOs to your init file.

 I am using ~/org/mainfile.org - * shorts - ** TODO do this
 :hostname: all the time. Also for my config tasks. No worries: I do
 see your point but I like to have all my sysadmin-tasks combined in
 mainfile.org/shorts. So maybe this is just me.

  Here is my example, but I stand on the shoulders of giants:
 
  https://github.com/jonnay/emagicians-starter-kit

 Thanks for sharing!

 One thing which I would appreciate would be that it is more easy to
 write documentation (including URLs; outside of elisp sections) in
 org.


 Naive question: Are there any performance issues with not being able
 to compile my config.org to config.elc as it is possible with
 config.el files?

 --
 Karl Voit






Re: [O] agenda question about representing items [PATCH]

2013-01-23 Thread Arun Persaud
Hi

thanks everyone for the feedback! With it I managed to use the
%(expression) in org-agenda-prefix-format to show the breadcrumbs. In
case that's useful for other people too, I attached a patch that adds a
%b option to org-agenda-prefix-format to does the same. Would be great,
if this could be included.

Thanks

Arun
From 2b22b753485bbb522f1f08902bd37c673b241637 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Arun Persaud apers...@lbl.gov
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2013 15:21:31 -0800
Subject: [PATCH] added option %b to dispaly breadcrumbs in agenda

if org file has the structure

* project
** task1
*** TODO item1

then when using %b in org-agenda-prefix-format will display
project-taks1-TODO item1
---
 lisp/org-agenda.el | 20 
 1 file changed, 16 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

diff --git a/lisp/org-agenda.el b/lisp/org-agenda.el
index f48ff6f..9716345 100644
--- a/lisp/org-agenda.el
+++ b/lisp/org-agenda.el
@@ -1522,6 +1522,7 @@ This format works similar to a printf format, with the following meaning:
   %T   the last tag of the item (ignore inherited tags, which come first)
   %t   the HH:MM time-of-day specification if one applies to the entry
   %s   Scheduling/Deadline information, a short string
+  %b   show breadcrumbs, i.e., the names of the higher levels
   %(expression) Eval EXPRESSION and replace the control string
 by the result
 
@@ -6301,6 +6302,9 @@ The flag is set if the currently compiled format contains a `%T'.)
 (defvar org-prefix-has-effort nil
   A flag, set by `org-compile-prefix-format'.
 The flag is set if the currently compiled format contains a `%e'.)
+(defvar org-prefix-has-breadcrumbs nil
+  A flag, set by `org-compile-prefix-format'.
+The flag is set if the currently compiled format contains a `%b'.)
 (defvar org-prefix-category-length nil
   Used by `org-compile-prefix-format' to remember the category field width.)
 (defvar org-prefix-category-max-length nil
@@ -6448,6 +6452,10 @@ Any match of REMOVE-RE will be removed from TXT.
 ..)))
 			 (t ))
 	  extra (or (and (not habitp) extra) )
+	  breadcrumbs (let ((m (org-get-at-bol 'org-marker)))
+			 (org-with-point-at m
+			   (let ((s (org-display-outline-path nil nil - t)))
+ (concat s -
 	  category (if (symbolp category) (symbol-name category) category)
 	  thecategory (copy-sequence category)
 	  level (or level ))
@@ -6478,6 +6486,7 @@ Any match of REMOVE-RE will be removed from TXT.
 	  'duration duration
 	  'effort effort
 	  'effort-minutes neffort
+	  'breadcrumbs breadcrumbs
 	  'txt txt
 	  'level level
 	  'time time
@@ -6577,7 +6586,8 @@ and stored in the variable `org-prefix-format-compiled'.
   (setq org-prefix-has-time nil
 	org-prefix-has-tag nil
 	org-prefix-category-length nil
-	org-prefix-has-effort nil)
+	org-prefix-has-effort nil
+	org-prefix-has-breadcrumbs nil)
   (let ((s (cond
 	((stringp org-agenda-prefix-format)
 	 org-agenda-prefix-format)
@@ -6586,11 +6596,11 @@ and stored in the variable `org-prefix-format-compiled'.
 	(t   %-12:c%?-12t% s)))
 	(start 0)
 	varform vars var e c f opt)
-(while (string-match %\\(\\?\\)?\\([-+]?[0-9.]*\\)\\([ .;,:!?=|/]?\\)\\([cltsei]\\|(.+)\\)
+(while (string-match %\\(\\?\\)?\\([-+]?[0-9.]*\\)\\([ .;,:!?=|/]?\\)\\([cltseib]\\|(.+)\\)
 			 s start)
   (setq var (or (cdr (assoc (match-string 4 s)
 '((c . category) (t . time) (l . level) (s . extra)
-  (i . category-icon) (T . tag) (e . effort
+  (i . category-icon) (T . tag) (e . effort) (b . breadcrumbs
 		'eval)
 	c (or (match-string 3 s) )
 	opt (match-beginning 1)
@@ -6598,6 +6608,7 @@ and stored in the variable `org-prefix-format-compiled'.
   (if (equal var 'time) (setq org-prefix-has-time t))
   (if (equal var 'tag)  (setq org-prefix-has-tag  t))
   (if (equal var 'effort) (setq org-prefix-has-effort t))
+  (if (equal var 'breadcrumbs) (setq org-prefix-has-breadcumbs t))
   (setq f (concat % (match-string 2 s) s))
   (when (equal var 'category)
 	(setq org-prefix-category-length
@@ -6624,7 +6635,8 @@ and stored in the variable `org-prefix-format-compiled'.
 	 `((org-prefix-has-time ,org-prefix-has-time)
 	   (org-prefix-has-tag ,org-prefix-has-tag)
 	   (org-prefix-category-length ,org-prefix-category-length)
-	   (org-prefix-has-effort ,org-prefix-has-effort))
+	   (org-prefix-has-effort ,org-prefix-has-effort)
+	   (org-prefix-has-has-breadcrumbs ,org-prefix-has-breadcrumbs))
 	 `(format ,s ,@vars))
 
 (defun org-set-sorting-strategy (key)
-- 
1.8.1.1



Re: [O] Using Org/babel for Emacs config files

2013-01-23 Thread David Bjergaard
Hi,

 Naive question: Are there any performance issues with not being able
 to compile my config.org to config.elc as it is possible with
 config.el files?
I used an init.org file in my initialization, and as long as you haven't
recently modified your init.org, emacs won't re-tangle the org file (ie
its as if you have a config.el file that's getting loaded)  Of course,
you can set emacs up to automatically recompile the config.el file when
its generated so, there are literally no performance issues because you
can still compile elisp code to load with the exception of when you edit
your configuration.

Dave


Karl Voit devn...@karl-voit.at writes:

 Hi!

 * Jonathan Arkell jonath...@criticalmass.com wrote:
 I am a huge advocate of using org files and literate programming in your
 config files.

 Great.

 I am not completely convinced to convert my config to org/babel but
 I am not oppose either. Not sure, if there are that many advantages,
 that it is worth my effort, that's all.

 A few reasons why:
   - Makes it easy to logically group sections of your init and
 configuration

 Well, this is also possible with pure elisp and comments. Folding is
 a different topic tough.

   - Agenda tags search on your initialization file?  Yes please!
 Extremely useful for those cross-cutting bits.  I have tags like
 keybinding, osx and linux, and working on others as appropriate.

 Hm. Interesting but I guess this is not my use-case (except for
 :keybinding:). I do use (when (system-is-linux) ... ) and similar
 all over my configuration.

 Although I am a huge fan of tagging, I don't see the use when
 editing my emacs config (yet).

   - Add TODOs to your init file.

 I am using ~/org/mainfile.org - * shorts - ** TODO do this
 :hostname: all the time. Also for my config tasks. No worries: I do
 see your point but I like to have all my sysadmin-tasks combined in
 mainfile.org/shorts. So maybe this is just me.

 Here is my example, but I stand on the shoulders of giants:

 https://github.com/jonnay/emagicians-starter-kit

 Thanks for sharing!

 One thing which I would appreciate would be that it is more easy to
 write documentation (including URLs; outside of elisp sections) in
 org.


 Naive question: Are there any performance issues with not being able
 to compile my config.org to config.elc as it is possible with
 config.el files?



Re: [O] org-caldav feedback

2013-01-23 Thread Eric S Fraga
Torsten Wagner torsten.wag...@gmail.com writes:

 Hi Eric,

 If I understood David right, the UTC option is just an addition to the
 already present options.
 Thus, if you used e.g. Europe/Berlin before, you do not need to change
 anything and in fact, you shouldn't see a difference.
 However, if you face time shifts between org and the caldav calendar you
 might try UTC.

 Hope that helps

It does.  Thanks!
I don't actually specify anything and everything seems to be fine re:
time zones.  I will upgrade my copy of org-caldav.
-- 
: Eric S Fraga, GnuPG: 0xC89193D8FFFCF67D
: in Emacs 24.3.50.1 and Org release_7.9.3d-837-ge37613




Re: [O] org-caldav feedback

2013-01-23 Thread Eric S Fraga
David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes:

 Eric S. Fraga writes:
 I've had to clear out the org-caldav-xxx.el file in .emacs.d a couple
 of times but that's typically due to my doing things on the same entry
 in both calendar systems (org and Google).

 If you change an item in Org as well as in the Calendar, the calendar
 entry should simply get overwritten with the change you did in Org. So
 while this Org always wins strategy doesn't qualify as proper conflict
 handling, I still wonder why you had to restart from scratch?

Who knows?  I was mucking about quite a bit and I obviously confused the
system!  As I said, no worries as the fix was straightforward.

 Anyway, this is a temporary issue; I will add proper conflict handling
 in the coming weeks.

I look forward to it!

Thanks,
eric
-- 
: Eric S Fraga, GnuPG: 0xC89193D8FFFCF67D
: in Emacs 24.3.50.1 and Org release_7.9.3d-837-ge37613




Re: [O] Using Org/babel for Emacs config files

2013-01-23 Thread Thorsten Jolitz
Karl Voit devn...@karl-voit.at writes:

Hi, 

 I am not completely convinced to convert my config to org/babel but
 I am not oppose either. Not sure, if there are that many advantages,
 that it is worth my effort, that's all.

its a bit like writing with LaTeX - in some simpler but common cases its
just great to write your stuff in Org and simply press a few keys for
the LaTeX export. But dealing with LaTeX AND Org-mode when writing a big
complex document might not be such a good idea, there will be enough
problems with LaTeX only. 

I must admit I went back from Org-based multi-file config to a single
big .el init file because of two reasons:

- I frequently found myself looking for stuff in the tangled .el files
  instead of the .org files, because I was only interested in the lisp
  code and did not want to see all those comments in the .org files. 
- after figuring out that I can have full outline functionality in .el
  files too, the (in my eyes) main advantage of an org-based config was
  gone. 

Otherwise I really liked the org based starter-kit, it was well
organized and definitely better than what I had before. 

-- 
cheers,
Thorsten




[O] [PATCH] Turning off wrapping

2013-01-23 Thread Michael Gauland
I have file with a large number of SRC blocks, the output of which I
want to wrap as SRC (so I can use the listings package to format them
distinctly). The easiest way to do this is to make :wrap a global
property. Unfortunately, there are also a couple of places where I want
to turn off the wrapping, especially where I include source in-line. 
For example, this:

#+PROPERTY: wrap SRC fundamental

#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
This output comes from emacs.
#+END_SRC

This in-line src_emacs-lisp[:results value]{block} is wrapped.

produces:
,
| This output comes from emacs.
`

This in-line #+BEGIN_SRC fundamental block#+END_SRC is wrapped.

If I pass an empty :wrap in the in-line block, the result is still
wrapped, but as RESULTS instead of source.

The attached patch attempts to change this behaviour. Does anyone else
find this desirable? Is this patch a good way to do it?

Kind Regards,
Mike




diff --git a/lisp/ob-core.el b/lisp/ob-core.el
index 9e4c8b1..4d73fcc 100644
--- a/lisp/ob-core.el
+++ b/lisp/ob-core.el
@@ -1999,7 +1999,8 @@ code  the results are extracted in the syntax of the source
 		(setq end (point-marker))
 		;; possibly wrap result
 		(cond
-		 ((assoc :wrap (nth 2 info))
+		 ((and (assoc :wrap (nth 2 info))
+		   (cdr (assoc :wrap (nth 2 info
 		  (let ((name (or (cdr (assoc :wrap (nth 2 info))) RESULTS)))
 		(funcall wrap (concat #+BEGIN_ name)
 			 (concat #+END_ (car (org-split-string name))


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Re: [O] block quotes in prose?

2013-01-23 Thread Peter Salazar
This is awesome, thank you. I'll play around with it!


On Wed, Jan 23, 2013 at 7:44 AM, Bastien b...@altern.org wrote:

 Hi Peter,

 Peter Salazar cycleofs...@gmail.com writes:

  1. What's the best way to demarcate block quotes in org-mode?

 (setq org-fontify-quote-and-verse-blocks t)

 This uses the org-quote face, which inherits its properties from the
 org-block face -- M-x customize-face RET org-quote RET to customize
 the org-quote face.

  2. It would also be cool to find a way to make bulleted lists appear
  in a different color if possible, or a workaround to simulate this.

 You can play around with this

 (highlight-regexp (org-item-re))

 or

 (highlight-regexp (org-item-re) 'org-quote)

 or

 (highlight-regexp org-list-full-item-re 'org-quote)

 ...

 But this is hackish, temporary and half-satisfactory.

 HTH,

 --
  Bastien



Re: [O] Bug: [PATCH] Org-babel: separate #+attr_... for code block and for results block [7.9.3d (release_7.9.3d-834-g60083a.dirty @ /home/vdyadov/Work/Tools/emacs/org-mode/lisp/)]

2013-01-23 Thread Дядов Васил Стоянов
Hi,

Nicolas Goaziou n.goaz...@gmail.com writes:

 Affiliated keywords have to be put above elements they refer to, without
 a blank line in-between.

Ok.

 Elements doesn't care about order for affiliated keywords (here results
 and attr_html), but Babel, which isn't built on Elements (yet), does.

 Hence, I suggest:

   #+attr_html: ...
   #+results: ...
   file

With my patch to ob-core.el org-babel works fine with your suggestion. It
just skips #+attr_...: lines as blank lines (original behaviour of
org-babel is to skip blank lines between #+end_src and #+results, when
it searches results block for updating). Of course, org-babel behavior
may be easily changed to dissallow empty lines between #+attr_...: and
#+results:. 

But currently org-elements allows next construction:

,
| #+attr_html: alt=big image width=100%
|  ^ 
|  |
|  +- several empty lines between attr and file
|  |
|  v
| file:123.png
`

That is why I think that it is not necessary to make org-babel behavior
different from org-elements (to dissalow empty lines between #+attr and
#+results when it searches results block), at least for now.

PS: Is there any good documentation and explanation of org-mode
internals? I could help a little with rewritting org-babel to use
org-elements.


With best regards,
Vasil



Re: [O] Bug: [PATCH] Org-babel: separate #+attr_... for code block and for results block [7.9.3d (release_7.9.3d-834-g60083a.dirty @ /home/vdyadov/Work/Tools/emacs/org-mode/lisp/)]

2013-01-23 Thread Bastien
vdya...@elvees.com (Дядов Васил Стоянов) writes:

 PS: Is there any good documentation and explanation of org-mode
 internals?

We don't have anything specific, the documentation of org-mode
internals is... in the code itself :)

-- 
 Bastien