Re: [O] Problems with agenda search and restiction enabled

2013-04-30 Thread Thomas Holst
Hi Bastien,

· Bastien b...@gnu.org wrote:

 Thomas Holst thomas.ho...@de.bosch.com writes:

 I want to perform an agenda search with a restriction to a subtree.

...snip...

 This is now fixed in the maint branch of the Git repository.

 Thanks for reporting this!

thank you for the quick fix. It will be a few days till I have time to
test the fix. 

-- 
Bis neulich ...
  Thomas



Re: [O] [new exporter] how can I export drawers?

2013-04-30 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello,

Eric S Fraga e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk writes:

 I am going a little crazy here!  I have an org document which I need to
 export to PDF using latex.  Everything works just fine with the new
 exporter except for one thing: I cannot get it to export drawers.  I
 have set org-export-with-drawers to t, I have set d:t in the OPTIONS
 line, I have defined org-latex-format-drawer-function as described in
 the documentation.  None of this has made any difference.

 Now, having looked at the code, it almost seems that there is no such
 functionality?  Grepping for org-export-with-drawers only brings up
 three lines in all of lisp/*.el, none of which does anything with this
 variable.

 Is there any way to export drawers (LOGBOOK in my case)?

I don't understand your problem. Drawers are correctly exported here.
Could you provided an ECM?


Regards,

-- 
Nicolas Goaziou



Re: [O] [new exporter] how can I export drawers?

2013-04-30 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello,

Thorsten Jolitz tjol...@gmail.com writes:

 I would like to be able to export drawers to ASCII too, although, as
 Nicolas mentioned in an earlier thread, the ascii exporter currently
 does not handle this.

Did I say that?

AFAICT, drawers are correctly exported in ASCII export.


Regards,

-- 
Nicolas Goaziou



Re: [O] [new exporter] how can I export drawers?

2013-04-30 Thread Thorsten Jolitz
Nicolas Goaziou n.goaz...@gmail.com writes:

 Thorsten Jolitz tjol...@gmail.com writes:

 I would like to be able to export drawers to ASCII too, although, as
 Nicolas mentioned in an earlier thread, the ascii exporter currently
 does not handle this.

 Did I say that?

 AFAICT, drawers are correctly exported in ASCII export.

You are right, that thread was about property-drawers, drawers are
actually exported to ASCII with '#+OPTIONS: d:t'.

-- 
cheers,
Thorsten




Re: [O] [Patch] phone links...

2013-04-30 Thread Daimrod
Michael Strey mst...@strey.biz writes:

 Greg,

 Here are the reworked patches.

 0390: fixes two typos
 0391: contains all the changes from my last patch and your corrections
 0392: introduces a constant for the default value of separators

Excellent.

 On Sat, Apr 20, 2013 at 05:59:39PM +0200, Daimrod wrote:
 Michael Strey mst...@strey.biz writes:

  Oh =:-|, another struggle with Git.  I'm still learning and will do my 
  best.
 
 If you're not already using magit[1] I highly recommend it to you. You
 can use it to commit only a portion of the changes (you can also do it
 with git commit --interactive but I find it easier with magit).

 Thanks for the hint.  It helped a lot.

Merged  pulled. Thanks!

-- 
Daimrod/Greg


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Re: [O] [new exporter] how can I export drawers?

2013-04-30 Thread Eric S Fraga
Nicolas Goaziou n.goaz...@gmail.com writes:

[...]

 I don't understand your problem. Drawers are correctly exported here.
 Could you provided an ECM?

Arggghhh.  An ECM I just created works just fine.  There's obviously
something obscurely wrong in my long document that prevents drawers from
being exported.  I will play around more...  sorry for the noise.

thanks,
eric
-- 
: Eric S Fraga, GnuPG: 0xC89193D8FFFCF67D
: in Emacs 24.3.50.1 and Org release_8.0.1-60-gcb6284




Re: [O] About indentation when the src block is under a list

2013-04-30 Thread zwz

Thanks! :)
 
Charles Berry ccbe...@ucsd.edu writes:

 zwz zhangweize at gmail.com writes:


 Here is an example:
 
 * array
 ** search
- example
   #+BEGIN_SRC c
   /* find score in scores
,* return the index if found or -1 */
   int search(int scores[], int n, int score){
 int i = 0;
 for(; in; ++i) if(scores[i]==score) return i;
 return -1;
   }
   #+END_SRC
 
   point
- test
 

 If you want a manual fix, put point in the begin_src line then use 

   M-right  down C-c ' C-c '

 that's org-metaright, next-line, org-edit-special, org-edit-src-exit

 HTH,




Re: [O] [PATCH] export to various flavors of (X)HTML

2013-04-30 Thread Rick Frankel

On 29.04.2013 02:02, Eric Abrahamsen wrote:

Rick Frankel r...@rickster.com writes:


On Fri, Apr 26, 2013 at 10:14:17AM -0700, Eric Abrahamsen wrote:

Rick Frankel r...@rickster.com writes:



 See the discussions of polyglot markup @
 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polyglot_markup
 and
 
http://www.w3.org/TR/2011/WD-html-polyglot-20110405/#dfn-polyglot-markup

 for the rationale.

Ah, those were interesting links, I hadn't considered those issues.
Luckily, your second option was a three-line change to the existing
patch: using xhtml5 now produces the same output as html5, 
except
that self-closing tags are self-closed, and there's a xmlns 
declaration

in the html element. Best of all worlds, I hope.




Overall, works well. A couple of things related to
`org-html-xml-declaration':

   - It should not be added by default for xhtml5
 (from 
http://www.w3.org/TR/2011/WD-html-polyglot-20110405/#PI-and-xml):


 #+BEGIN_QUOTE
  2. Processing Instructions and the XML Declaration

   Processing Instructions and the XML Declaration are both
   forbidden in polyglot markup.
 #+END_QUOTE

   - If `org-html-xml-declaration' is set to nil or the empty string,
 a blank first line is placed in the document prior to the DOCTYPE
 declaration. If the above fix is added (so it is not generated
 for xhtml5) that should solve the immediate problem, but i think
 that the formatting code in org-html-html-template should check
 that the inner format (line #1697). A patch is attached to fix
 both issues.

1. There's a new export option, 
org-html-html5-fancy/HTML_HTML5_FANCY,

which defaults to 'nil, making most of the following opt-in only.


Very nice.


5. It's generally accepted that one should use some variety of the
html5shiv[1] to make IE 9 render new HTML5 elements correctly. I've
dropped a note to this effect in the docstring of
`org-html-html5-fancy', but I suppose it's possible we could take a 
more
interventionist stance, perhaps including hosting a version of the 
shiv
on orgmode.org, and linking to it automatically. I guess I'm in favor 
of

leaving it to the user, though.


I agree that we should comment and leave it to the user. I believe
the owner of html5shiv is against CDN hosting the javascript and feels
that it should always be downloaded and included locally.

Tangential coding question: I've noticed that setting 
HTML_HTML5_FANCY

to nil at the top of the export file results in `(plist-get info
:html-html5-fancy)' returning the string nil, ie true. Not right,
obviously, and it makes it impossible to set it to 'nil per-file if 
the

global value is 't. Am I handling this wrong?


I believe Nicolas answered the is a previous email, but the solution
is use '() and not nil.

rick



Re: [O] parameterizing keyword values during a #+call

2013-04-30 Thread Greg Minshall
Eric,

just for completeness, and in case this may be of use to other people,
below is the result of my question + your suggestions.  the following
illustrates org-mode plus asymptote producing a .svg file during html
export, and a pdf file during any other (presumably, latex) export.

thanks again, Greg

# trying to get graphics that works for both latex/beamer and for html

# here's a suggestion from Eric Schulte
# http://article.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/71301
# with this clarification
# http://article.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/71393
# which produced the following

# we define an emacs lisp macro ext that produces a file extension
# of svg or pdf depending on whether we are exporting to html or
# to some other source.  this macro is called when computing the
# output file name argument in a call to an asymptote routine as in:
#
# #+call: rectangle[:file (ext twod-1)](TSIZE=1.0) :results file
#
# which calls an asymptote routine (defined in our file) called
# rectangle to produce a file called twod-1.svg or twod-1.pdf.

# define the ext emacs lisp macro (i think in the following you *need*
# :exports results -- instead of :exports none -- to make sure the
# code is executed during export; the :results silent keeps any
# output -- or nil -- from showing up in the output file.)

#+begin_src emacs-lisp :exports results :results silent
(defmacro ext (base)
  (format %s.%s base
  (if (and (boundp 'backend) (equal backend 'html)) svg pdf)))
#+end_src


# follows an example use of the above macro

# first, define a asymptote function (org-named rectangle) that
# draws a rectangle
#+name: rectangle
#+begin_src asymptote :var TSIZE=1.0 :exports none
  import trembling;
  size(100);
  int off = 2, width = 100, height = 30;
  string tsize = format(%g, TSIZE);
  tremble tr0=tremble(angle=0);   // no trembling
  tremble tr10=tremble(angle=10,frequency=0.1,random=50,fuzz=1);
  
  picture rectangle(pair sw, pair ne, int offset, string text, tremble tr) {
picture pic;
path g =
  
(sw.x+offset,sw.y+offset)--(ne.x-offset,sw.y+offset)--(ne.x-offset,ne.y-offset)--(sw.x+offset,ne.y-offset)--cycle;
label(pic, text, ((sw.x+ne.x)/2, (sw.y+ne.y)/2));
draw(pic, tr.deform(g));
return pic;
  }
  
  add(rectangle((0,0),(width,height),0, , tr0));
  add(rectangle((0,0),(width,height),off, tsize, tr10));
#+end_src

# now, invoke the above asymptote function, producing a file called
# either twod-1.svg or twod-1.pdf:

#+call: rectangle[:file (ext twod-1)](TSIZE=1.0) :results file

# now, you can C-c C-e l o or C-c C-e h o and see the image in the
# two formats

# $Id: parameterizing.org,v 1.2 2013/04/30 14:37:29 minshall Exp $



Re: [O] [PATCH] export to various flavors of (X)HTML

2013-04-30 Thread Rick Frankel

Whoops. Wrong key. Patch actually attached to this email...
rick
From d95a365f547fdc681c530c9088f775b30a37d9aa Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Rick Frankel r...@rickster.com
Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2013 10:35:14 -0400
Subject: [PATCH] Modify processing of xhtml declaration.

* lisp/ox-html.el (org-html-template): If `org-html-xml-declaration'
  is nil or an empty string, don't output a blank line at the head of
  the document. Also, don't ouput the declaration if the document type
  is xhtml5.
---
 lisp/ox-html.el | 18 ++
 1 file changed, 10 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)

diff --git a/lisp/ox-html.el b/lisp/ox-html.el
index e7cae1a..05b99bf 100644
--- a/lisp/ox-html.el
+++ b/lisp/ox-html.el
@@ -1692,19 +1692,21 @@ holding export options.
 CONTENTS is the transcoded contents string.  INFO is a plist
 holding export options.
   (concat
-   (when (org-html-xhtml-p info)
- (format %s\n
-	 (format (or (and (stringp org-html-xml-declaration)
+   (when (and (not (org-html-html5-p info)) (org-html-xhtml-p info))
+ (let ((decl (or (and (stringp org-html-xml-declaration)
 			  org-html-xml-declaration)
 			 (cdr (assoc (plist-get info :html-extension)
  org-html-xml-declaration))
 			 (cdr (assoc html org-html-xml-declaration))
 
-			 )
-		 (or (and org-html-coding-system
-			  (fboundp 'coding-system-get)
-			  (coding-system-get org-html-coding-system 'mime-charset))
-			 iso-8859-1
+			 )))
+   (when (not (or (eq nil decl) (string=  decl)))
+	 (format %s\n
+		 (format decl
+		  (or (and org-html-coding-system
+			   (fboundp 'coding-system-get)
+			   (coding-system-get org-html-coding-system 'mime-charset))
+		  iso-8859-1))
(let* ((dt (plist-get info :html-doctype))
 	  (dt-cons (assoc dt org-html-doctype-alist)))
  (if dt-cons
-- 
1.8.0



Re: [O] Exporting an article to a (very) specific formatting template

2013-04-30 Thread Marcin Borkowski
Dnia 2013-04-30, o godz. 01:57:51
James Harkins  jamshar...@gmail.com napisał(a):

 Ok, based on this and Marcin's comments, I'll do it the LaTeX way
 (which was my first choice anyway).

Now I'll feel responsible for your LaTeX problems;).

Seriously, though: should you run into LaTeX problems, feel free to
email me.  I'm a long-time (ca half of my life) TeX and LaTeX addict.

 Naturally, I'm using org to keep a TODO list of the formatting
 details I need to match...
 
 Thanks.
 hjh

Happy TeXing

-- 
Marcin Borkowski
http://octd.wmi.amu.edu.pl/en/Marcin_Borkowski
Adam Mickiewicz University



[O] clocktable for 15-day period, + use as input to source block

2013-04-30 Thread Subhan Tindall
Hi, I'm looking for a way to produce a clock-table covering entries in a
datetree buffer for a 15-day period (well, actually from 1st-14th 
15th-28/30/31 of the month, but 15 days will do)

Also, is there a way to 'name' a clock-tree block so it's output can be
used as input to a source code block for some literate programming work?

TIA!
Subhan


-- 
Subhan Michael Tindall | Software Developer
| s...@rentrakmail.com
RENTRAK | www.rentrak.com | NASDAQ: RENT


[O] [Bug] org-startup-with-inline-images

2013-04-30 Thread Rick Frankel

`org-startup-with-inline-images' is a customizable variable. The
problem is that if an org file is visited in a non-graphics buffer (or
batch), `org-display-inline-images' is called an throws an error
(Non-X frame used).

This problem also occurs when e.g., `org-babel-after-execute-hook' is
set to 'org-display-inline-images (which can be mitigated by not
setting the hook in a non-x frame).

Since the startup variable is a customization, and causes problems if
not set programatically, IMHO, the best solution would be to wrap the
`org-display-inline-images' function in a test so that is is a no-op
on non graphic displays:

  (defun org-display-inline-images (optional include-linked refresh 
beg end)

...
   (interactive P)
   (when (display-graphic-p)
   
   [...])

rick



Re: [O] [new exporter] how can I export drawers?

2013-04-30 Thread Eric S Fraga
Nicolas,

further on this: I got my original document working.  I had a d:nil line
hidden away in the document which took precedence over my other attempts
to ask for drawers to be exported.  Sorry about bothering everybody with
this.

However, I am still having some strange random behaviour to do with BIND
and multiple invocations of export.  I use BIND to change the formatting
for active and inactive time stamps on latex export and it works
sometimes but is ignored other times.  I've not figured out a
deterministic recipe to have this consistently repeatable yet but, if
and when I do, I will post here.

Thanks again,
eric
-- 
: Eric S Fraga, GnuPG: 0xC89193D8FFFCF67D
: in Emacs 24.3.50.1 and Org release_8.0-alpha-307-g3a0e55.dirty




Re: [O] Exporting an article to a (very) specific formatting template

2013-04-30 Thread Eric S Fraga
James Harkins jamshar...@gmail.com writes:


[...]

 Ok, based on this and Marcin's comments, I'll do it the LaTeX way (which was 
 my first choice anyway).

I think this is a good choice.  It's what I try to do whenever
possible.  And for cases where the submission is meant to be camera
ready, the latex produced papers always stand out because they just
simply look better!

-- 
: Eric S Fraga, GnuPG: 0xC89193D8FFFCF67D
: in Emacs 24.3.50.1 and Org release_8.0-alpha-307-g3a0e55.dirty




Re: [O] Collaborating with TODO lists and clocks.

2013-04-30 Thread Gareth Smith

Hi Richard,

Thanks for those suggestions - they're definitely helpful. I'll have a
bit more of a think, and if I come up with a more optimal idea, I'll
post again.

Cheers,

Gareth.

Richard Lawrence richard.lawre...@berkeley.edu writes:
 Hi Gareth,

 Gareth Smith g...@doc.ic.ac.uk writes:

 I hadn't thought of using :tags on a clock table. I still worry if we'll
 find ourselves in a situation where more than one of us has clocked in
 some time on the same task.

 Yes, I agree this might not be optimal, for that case in particular.
 One nice thing about this use of tags is that you have a representation
 of when more than one person is working on a task, but that makes the
 clock less useful, as it can no longer represent an individual's working
 time without some effort to separate the clocks of the different owners.

 For example, often I clock into a task while I do the work of
 sub-dividing it into smaller tasks. And often when I'm actively working
 on a task, I'll create a sub-task of my current-clocked-task on the
 fly. It seems to me that if I continue with this sort of working
 practice, and attempt to collaborate with others who work similarly,
 then we might quickly find that it's not easy to describe a given task
 (or even subtask) as being owned by a single person.

 So one problem case is where you own a task, but someone else owns one
 of its subtasks, e.g.:

 ==
 * Clock tables
 #+BEGIN: clocktable :maxlevel 2 :scope file :tags +gareth
 #+CAPTION: Clock summary at [2013-04-29 Mon 18:25]
 | Headline   | Time   |  |
 |++--|
 | *Total time*   | *3:05* |  |
 |++--|
 | TODO Task 1| 3:05   |  |
 | \__ TODO Subtask 1 || 1:05 |
 | \__ TODO Subtask 2 || 1:00 |
 #+END:
 #+BEGIN: clocktable :maxlevel 2 :scope file :tags +john
 #+CAPTION: Clock summary at [2013-04-29 Mon 18:17]
 | Headline   | Time   |  |
 |++--|
 | *Total time*   | *1:05* |  |
 |++--|
 | TODO Task 1| 1:05   |  |
 | \__ TODO Subtask 1 || 1:05 |
 #+END:

 * TODO Task 1  :gareth:
   CLOCK: [2013-04-29 Mon 18:15]--[2013-04-29 Mon 19:15] =  1:00
 ** TODO Subtask 1:john:
CLOCK: [2013-04-29 Mon 18:15]--[2013-04-29 Mon 19:20] =  1:05
 ** TODO Subtask 2  :gareth:
CLOCK: [2013-04-29 Mon 16:16]--[2013-04-29 Mon 17:16] =  1:00
 ==

 Notice that Gareth gets credit for John's time on Subtask 1, because
 Gareth owns Task 1.

 You can avoid this particular gotcha in (at least) two ways:

 1) Remove the :gareth: tag on task 1 and move the clock time to subtask
 2 (more generally, ownership tags and clock times should only appear
 at the lowest level of the task tree).  Maybe this makes the most sense,
 but it slows down the worflow a bit and is hard to enforce, etc.

 2) Use a tag filter like +gareth-john to build the clock table (more
 generally, the clock table for each person should exclude tags for all
 the others).  This prevents double counting and is easy to enforce, but
 if any tasks have more than one owner, no one will get credit for their
 clock times.

 Again, perhaps my workflow is at fault, and I should be organising
 myself in a more principled way. And perhaps in practice I'll find that
 tasks do tend to be owned by just one person anyway. 

 Yeah, it's a hard problem with no general solution that I can see.  The
 best thing is just to figure out what constraints you're willing to put
 on your workflow, given what Org allows you to do.

 Hope that's helpful!

 Best,
 Richard



Re: [O] [new exporter] how can I export drawers?

2013-04-30 Thread Thomas S. Dye
Hi Eric,

I haven't been following closely, so I'm just checking that you're aware
of a new variable org-export-allow-bind-keywords, which could play a
role in the behavior you are seeing.

hth,
Tom

Eric S Fraga e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk writes:

 Nicolas,

 further on this: I got my original document working.  I had a d:nil line
 hidden away in the document which took precedence over my other attempts
 to ask for drawers to be exported.  Sorry about bothering everybody with
 this.

 However, I am still having some strange random behaviour to do with BIND
 and multiple invocations of export.  I use BIND to change the formatting
 for active and inactive time stamps on latex export and it works
 sometimes but is ignored other times.  I've not figured out a
 deterministic recipe to have this consistently repeatable yet but, if
 and when I do, I will post here.

 Thanks again,
 eric

-- 
Thomas S. Dye
http://www.tsdye.com



Re: [O] parameterizing keyword values during a #+call

2013-04-30 Thread Gary Oberbrunner
I've been having the same issue (exporting to HTML and PDF, and need all my
graphics filenames to adjust automatically).

I mostly don't use #+CALL though; I just have src blocks.

#+BEGIN_SRC python :session UDpython :exports results :results file
  do_hbar('/tmp/machines-by-os.pdf', (8,1.5), data)
#+END_SRC

Is there any way of interpolating the elisp value into the middle of a src
block?  I guess I can add another #+HEADER line:

#+HEADER: :var filename=(ext /tmp/machines-by-os)
#+BEGIN_SRC python :session UDpython :exports results :results file
  do_hbar(filename, (8,1.5), data)
#+END_SRC

Is that the recommended method?

Org-mode macros that got expanded in the middle of babel source block text
would be cool. Just saying.



On Tue, Apr 30, 2013 at 10:40 AM, Greg Minshall minsh...@umich.edu wrote:

 Eric,

 just for completeness, and in case this may be of use to other people,
 below is the result of my question + your suggestions.  the following
 illustrates org-mode plus asymptote producing a .svg file during html
 export, and a pdf file during any other (presumably, latex) export.

 thanks again, Greg
 
 # trying to get graphics that works for both latex/beamer and for html

 # here's a suggestion from Eric Schulte
 # http://article.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/71301
 # with this clarification
 # http://article.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/71393
 # which produced the following

 # we define an emacs lisp macro ext that produces a file extension
 # of svg or pdf depending on whether we are exporting to html or
 # to some other source.  this macro is called when computing the
 # output file name argument in a call to an asymptote routine as in:
 #
 # #+call: rectangle[:file (ext twod-1)](TSIZE=1.0) :results file
 #
 # which calls an asymptote routine (defined in our file) called
 # rectangle to produce a file called twod-1.svg or twod-1.pdf.

 # define the ext emacs lisp macro (i think in the following you *need*
 # :exports results -- instead of :exports none -- to make sure the
 # code is executed during export; the :results silent keeps any
 # output -- or nil -- from showing up in the output file.)

 #+begin_src emacs-lisp :exports results :results silent
 (defmacro ext (base)
   (format %s.%s base
   (if (and (boundp 'backend) (equal backend 'html)) svg
 pdf)))
 #+end_src


 # follows an example use of the above macro

 # first, define a asymptote function (org-named rectangle) that
 # draws a rectangle
 #+name: rectangle
 #+begin_src asymptote :var TSIZE=1.0 :exports none
   import trembling;
   size(100);
   int off = 2, width = 100, height = 30;
   string tsize = format(%g, TSIZE);
   tremble tr0=tremble(angle=0);   // no trembling
   tremble tr10=tremble(angle=10,frequency=0.1,random=50,fuzz=1);

   picture rectangle(pair sw, pair ne, int offset, string text, tremble tr)
 {
 picture pic;
 path g =

 (sw.x+offset,sw.y+offset)--(ne.x-offset,sw.y+offset)--(ne.x-offset,ne.y-offset)--(sw.x+offset,ne.y-offset)--cycle;
 label(pic, text, ((sw.x+ne.x)/2, (sw.y+ne.y)/2));
 draw(pic, tr.deform(g));
 return pic;
   }

   add(rectangle((0,0),(width,height),0, , tr0));
   add(rectangle((0,0),(width,height),off, tsize, tr10));
 #+end_src

 # now, invoke the above asymptote function, producing a file called
 # either twod-1.svg or twod-1.pdf:

 #+call: rectangle[:file (ext twod-1)](TSIZE=1.0) :results file

 # now, you can C-c C-e l o or C-c C-e h o and see the image in the
 # two formats

 # $Id: parameterizing.org,v 1.2 2013/04/30 14:37:29 minshall Exp $




-- 
Gary


Re: [O] how to best make characters invisible in a org-derived mode

2013-04-30 Thread John Hendy
On Fri, Apr 26, 2013 at 10:29 PM, Christian Wittern cwitt...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hi orgers,

 In a mode derived from org-mode, I would like to hide some characters with a
 special function to make the display cleaner. There are two cases:
  - special characters that should be always invisible
  - strings matched by a regex that should be invisible

 I would be glad for any pointers or ideas on how to implement this, either
 by piggy-packing on org-mode code or by using generic Emacs features.

Meant to respond to this earlier. Reading this brought to mind the
setting =org-hide-leading-stars=. See this for more:
- http://orgmode.org/manual/Clean-view.html

Perhaps check out some of those variables, or at least the hiding of
leading stars, as it might at least give you some ideas of how this is
implemented in Org. I'm no elisper, so that's about the best I can
provide and I have no idea of Org's implementation will match your
goals, but it was worth a shot.


Best regards,
John


 All the best,

 Christian

 --
 Christian Wittern, Kyoto





[O] Number formatting in tables for LaTeX export

2013-04-30 Thread Michael Gauland
I have a table representing a memory map, something like this:

| Start | End  | Purpose|
|---+--+|
|   | 1E08 | Bootloader |
|  1E09 | 1FFF | Unused (Bootloader expansion)  |
|  2000 | 3F39 | Application|

When I export to LaTeX, '1E08' and '1E09' are interpreted as decimal
exponent numbers, and are exported as '1(08)' and '1(09)'.

The only way I've found to prevent this is to include the line:

#+ATTR_LaTeX: :mode verbatim

which produces a rather ugly fixed-font table.

Is there an existing solution to this? If not, any ideas for addressing it?

Kind Regards,
Mike Gauland




[O] [PATCH] Agenda: Fortnight time span

2013-04-30 Thread Michael Gauland
Agenda: Add fortnight as a time span

* lisp/org-agenda.el (org-agenda-custom-commands-local-options): Add
fortnight as a choice for org-agenda-span.
(org-agenda-span): Add fortnight as a choice for customising org-agenda-span.
(): Add 'Fortnight View' to the org-agenda-menu
(org-agenda-list): If number of days is 14, start the agenda on weekday (as
done for week-long agendas).
(org-agenda-ndays-to-span): Return 14 for 'fortnight'.
(org-agenda-span-to-ndays): Return 'fortnight' for a 14-day span
(org-agenda-later): Go forward 14 days for  a fortnight.
(org-agenda-view-mode-dispatch): Add 't' for fortnight view.
(org-agenda-fortnight-view): New function; similar to org-agenda-week-view.
(org-agenda-change-time-span): Recognise 'fortnight' as a span.
(org-agenda-compute-starting-span): Recognise 'fortnight' as a span.

I find it convenient to use org-agenda to look two weeks ahead; others may also.


---
 lisp/org-agenda.el |   32 ++--
 1 files changed, 26 insertions(+), 6 deletions(-)

diff --git a/lisp/org-agenda.el b/lisp/org-agenda.el
index fe2c743..1d3b323 100644
--- a/lisp/org-agenda.el
+++ b/lisp/org-agenda.el
@@ -328,6 +328,7 @@ the daily/weekly agenda, see `org-agenda-skip-function'.)
 (const org-agenda-span)
 (choice (const :tag Day 'day)
 (const :tag Week 'week)
+(const :tag Fortnight 'fortnight)
 (const :tag Month 'month)
 (const :tag Year 'year)
 (integer :tag Custom)))
@@ -1135,6 +1136,7 @@ Custom commands can set this variable in the options
section.
   :group 'org-agenda-daily/weekly
   :type '(choice (const :tag Day day)
 (const :tag Week week)
+(const :tag Fortnight fortnight)
 (const :tag Month month)
 (const :tag Year year)
 (integer :tag Custom)))
@@ -2334,7 +2336,11 @@ The following commands are available:
  [Week View org-agenda-week-view
   :active (org-agenda-check-type nil 'agenda)
   :style radio :selected (eq org-agenda-current-span 'week)
-  :keys v w  (or just w)]
+  :keys v w]
+ [Fortnight View org-agenda-fortnight-view
+  :active (org-agenda-check-type nil 'agenda)
+  :style radio :selected (eq org-agenda-current-span 'fortnight)
+  :keys v f]
  [Month View org-agenda-month-view
   :active (org-agenda-check-type nil 'agenda)
   :style radio :selected (eq org-agenda-current-span 'month)
@@ -4170,7 +4176,7 @@ items if they have an hour specification like [h]h:mm.
   (sd (or start-day today))
   (ndays (org-agenda-span-to-ndays span sd))
   (org-agenda-start-on-weekday
-   (if (eq ndays 7)
+   (if (or (eq ndays 7) (eq ndays 14))
org-agenda-start-on-weekday))
   (thefiles (org-agenda-files nil 'ifmode))
   (files thefiles)
@@ -4339,6 +4345,7 @@ items if they have an hour specification like [h]h:mm.
   (cond ((symbolp n) n)
((= n 1) 'day)
((= n 7) 'week)
+   ((= n 14) 'fortnight)
(t n)))
 
 (defun org-agenda-span-to-ndays (span optional start-day)
@@ -4347,6 +4354,7 @@ START-DAY is an absolute time value.
   (cond ((numberp span) span)
((eq span 'day) 1)
((eq span 'week) 7)
+   ((eq span 'fortnight) 14)
((eq span 'month)
 (let ((date (calendar-gregorian-from-absolute start-day)))
   (calendar-last-day-of-month (car date) (caddr date
@@ -7825,6 +7833,8 @@ With prefix ARG, go forward that many times the
current span.
   (setq sd (+ arg sd)))
  ((eq span 'week)
   (setq sd (+ (* 7 arg) sd)))
+ ((eq span 'fortnight)
+  (setq sd (+ (* 14 arg) sd)))
  ((eq span 'month)
   (setq greg2 (list (+ (car greg) arg) (nth 1 greg) (nth 2 greg))
sd (calendar-absolute-from-gregorian greg2))
@@ -7854,7 +7864,7 @@ With prefix ARG, go backward that many times the
current span.
 (defun org-agenda-view-mode-dispatch ()
   Call one of the view mode commands.
   (interactive)
-  (message View: [d]ay[w]eek   [m]onth   [y]ear  
[SPC]reset  [q]uit/abort
+  (message View: [d]ay[w]eek for[t]night   [m]onth  
[y]ear   [SPC]reset  [q]uit/abort
   time[G]rid   [[]inactive  [f]ollow  [l]og[L]og-all   [c]lockcheck
   [a]rch-trees [A]rch-files clock[R]eport include[D]iary  
[E]ntryText)
   (let ((a (read-char-exclusive)))
@@ -7862,6 +7872,7 @@ With prefix ARG, go backward that many times the
current span.
   (?\  (call-interactively 'org-agenda-reset-view))
   (?d (call-interactively 'org-agenda-day-view))
   (?w (call-interactively 'org-agenda-week-view))
+  (?t (call-interactively 'org-agenda-fortnight-view))
   (?m (call-interactively 'org-agenda-month-view))
   (?y (call-interactively 

Re: [O] org-blog 0.9 release

2013-04-30 Thread Rafael
Michael Alan Dorman mdor...@ironicdesign.com writes:

 I've just tagged version 0.90 of my org-blog minor mode on github[1].

 This is intended to be a simple but powerful assistant to using Org for
 writing blog posts---there's only two commands at this point, and I
 don't anticipate that number going beyond three anytime soon (though I
 do have that third one planned! ;)

 At the moment it only supports WordPress blogs, but the design is very
 modular, and adding support for other back-ends (including, I hope,
 static publishing back-ends) should be relatively painless.  If it's
 not, I would be happy to change things to make it so, once I understand
 the issues.

Thanks a lot for your work! I just tried it and it worked for me, to
post a basic org-mode file. Are you aware of
https://github.com/punchagan/org2blog? It also has the purpose to post
to wordpress from org, however its author has been busy lately, and
apparently major work is going to be needed to make all its features to
work with the new exporter. I hope that you could find the time and
motivation to make your package deal with:

- inclusion of image files
- matematical symbols (that is, wordpress can display LaTeX stuff like
  $latex a^2+b^2=c^2$ nicely.
- syntax code highlighting, native to wordpress. 

See for example http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/29178/,
where some of these feature requests were done for org2blog, and for
example my post:
http://graphtheoryinlatex.wordpress.com/2012/06/02/a-cayley-graph/ to
see these features in action.

Rafael







Re: [O] [PATCH] export to various flavors of (X)HTML

2013-04-30 Thread Eric Abrahamsen
Rick Frankel r...@rickster.com writes:

 Whoops. Wrong key. Patch actually attached to this email...
 rick

Great, I'll consolidate all these -- would it be better to mush them
into one big patch, or to keep them separate (I suppose for ease of
rollback, if something goes wrong)?

E




Re: [O] org-blog 0.9 release

2013-04-30 Thread Puneeth Chaganti
On Wed, May 1, 2013 at 8:35 AM, Rafael rvf0...@gmail.com wrote:
 Michael Alan Dorman mdor...@ironicdesign.com writes:

 I've just tagged version 0.90 of my org-blog minor mode on github[1].

 This is intended to be a simple but powerful assistant to using Org for
 writing blog posts---there's only two commands at this point, and I
 don't anticipate that number going beyond three anytime soon (though I
 do have that third one planned! ;)

 At the moment it only supports WordPress blogs, but the design is very
 modular, and adding support for other back-ends (including, I hope,
 static publishing back-ends) should be relatively painless.  If it's
 not, I would be happy to change things to make it so, once I understand
 the issues.

 Thanks a lot for your work! I just tried it and it worked for me, to
 post a basic org-mode file. Are you aware of
 https://github.com/punchagan/org2blog? It also has the purpose to post
 to wordpress from org, however its author has been busy lately, and
 apparently major work is going to be needed to make all its features to
 work with the new exporter.

Or, if it seems reasonable, we could club the two projects into a
single one to give the users something that's better than a sum of the
parts!

Cheers!
Puneeth (aka punchagan)



Re: [O] parameterizing keyword values during a #+call

2013-04-30 Thread Eric Schulte
Gary Oberbrunner ga...@oberbrunner.com writes:

 I've been having the same issue (exporting to HTML and PDF, and need all my
 graphics filenames to adjust automatically).

 I mostly don't use #+CALL though; I just have src blocks.

 #+BEGIN_SRC python :session UDpython :exports results :results file
   do_hbar('/tmp/machines-by-os.pdf', (8,1.5), data)
 #+END_SRC

 Is there any way of interpolating the elisp value into the middle of a src
 block?  I guess I can add another #+HEADER line:

 #+HEADER: :var filename=(ext /tmp/machines-by-os)
 #+BEGIN_SRC python :session UDpython :exports results :results file
   do_hbar(filename, (8,1.5), data)
 #+END_SRC

 Is that the recommended method?


It looks to me like it should work just fine.


 Org-mode macros that got expanded in the middle of babel source block
 text would be cool. Just saying.


I don't see the benefit of a macro expansion over the use of variables
as you demonstrate above.

Cheers,




 On Tue, Apr 30, 2013 at 10:40 AM, Greg Minshall minsh...@umich.edu wrote:

 Eric,

 just for completeness, and in case this may be of use to other people,
 below is the result of my question + your suggestions.  the following
 illustrates org-mode plus asymptote producing a .svg file during html
 export, and a pdf file during any other (presumably, latex) export.

 thanks again, Greg
 
 # trying to get graphics that works for both latex/beamer and for html

 # here's a suggestion from Eric Schulte
 # http://article.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/71301
 # with this clarification
 # http://article.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/71393
 # which produced the following

 # we define an emacs lisp macro ext that produces a file extension
 # of svg or pdf depending on whether we are exporting to html or
 # to some other source.  this macro is called when computing the
 # output file name argument in a call to an asymptote routine as in:
 #
 # #+call: rectangle[:file (ext twod-1)](TSIZE=1.0) :results file
 #
 # which calls an asymptote routine (defined in our file) called
 # rectangle to produce a file called twod-1.svg or twod-1.pdf.

 # define the ext emacs lisp macro (i think in the following you *need*
 # :exports results -- instead of :exports none -- to make sure the
 # code is executed during export; the :results silent keeps any
 # output -- or nil -- from showing up in the output file.)

 #+begin_src emacs-lisp :exports results :results silent
 (defmacro ext (base)
   (format %s.%s base
   (if (and (boundp 'backend) (equal backend 'html)) svg
 pdf)))
 #+end_src


 # follows an example use of the above macro

 # first, define a asymptote function (org-named rectangle) that
 # draws a rectangle
 #+name: rectangle
 #+begin_src asymptote :var TSIZE=1.0 :exports none
   import trembling;
   size(100);
   int off = 2, width = 100, height = 30;
   string tsize = format(%g, TSIZE);
   tremble tr0=tremble(angle=0);   // no trembling
   tremble tr10=tremble(angle=10,frequency=0.1,random=50,fuzz=1);

   picture rectangle(pair sw, pair ne, int offset, string text, tremble tr)
 {
 picture pic;
 path g =

 (sw.x+offset,sw.y+offset)--(ne.x-offset,sw.y+offset)--(ne.x-offset,ne.y-offset)--(sw.x+offset,ne.y-offset)--cycle;
 label(pic, text, ((sw.x+ne.x)/2, (sw.y+ne.y)/2));
 draw(pic, tr.deform(g));
 return pic;
   }

   add(rectangle((0,0),(width,height),0, , tr0));
   add(rectangle((0,0),(width,height),off, tsize, tr10));
 #+end_src

 # now, invoke the above asymptote function, producing a file called
 # either twod-1.svg or twod-1.pdf:

 #+call: rectangle[:file (ext twod-1)](TSIZE=1.0) :results file

 # now, you can C-c C-e l o or C-c C-e h o and see the image in the
 # two formats

 # $Id: parameterizing.org,v 1.2 2013/04/30 14:37:29 minshall Exp $



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Eric Schulte
http://cs.unm.edu/~eschulte