Re: [O] [ox, patch] Add #+SUBTITLE

2015-03-26 Thread Rasmus
Hi,

Melanie Bacou m...@mbacou.com writes:

 I would indeed go further and suggest adding the following once and
 for all as common ox features:

I don't think so.  Consider the ultra important ox-ical (it's important
'cause it keep my calendar in sync via org-caldav).  How should it handle
these fields?  I think markdown also ignores them.  I think it's better to
identify a subset of text exporters (ox-ascii, ox-html, ox-latex,
ox-odt) that support a larger set of keywords, but not through ox.el.
(Though having it in ox makes the backend code slightly cleaner).

 #+AUTHORS (support multiple)

This one is tough.  Recently I had to write a LaTeX title for two authors,
one institutions like

Author 1Author 2
Institution

AFAIK, the \and does not work for this in LaTeX.  It's just very hard to
find a general solution.  How would you even write this?  How do I
associate authors and institution?  Previously we talked about supporting
footnotes in TITLE and AUTHOR which could maybe solve the email issue.

 #+EMAILS (1 per author)
 #+AFFILIATIONS (1 per author)

AFAIK this is supported in beamer, so we could add it there.  It's also in
KOMA-Script I believe.

 #+CLASSIFICATION (e.g. ACM, JEL, Dublin Core, your corporate
 classification, etc.)

I have no clue what this means.

 #+KEYWORDS
 #+DESCRIPTION

 #+REVISION
 #+COPYRIGHT

Are these fields standard?  In hyperref these are supported out of the
box:

pdftitle pdfauthor pdfsubject pdfcreator pdfproducer pdfkeywords
pdftrapped

New ones can be added via pdfinfo, though.


You have not specified any details about what is printed.  I guess
something like revision is like a subtitle, i.e. you'd want it printed?

 This is not so much about what back-ends currently support (that's
 irrelevant in my view), it's about what minimum meta information is
 needed to publish and maintain meaningful documents.

It also about having good support for our main backends.  E.g. we try to
support math equally well in latex and other backends.

 The use of these meta fields encourage good publishing practices, and
 all back-ends should eventually support all or a subset of these. Most
 LaTeX journal classes do.
^^^

But ox-latex assumes the default doc. classes.

 HTML would support these at least as meta content= tags.

It would be great if you would concretely share examples with us, that
uses all of this stuff in a concrete manner.  At the very least more
details is needed.  You will also have to confirm whether you truly think
this is an ox.el issue in the light of my comments above (what is
COPYRIGHT to ical?).

 ODT and DOCX can support all using templates.

Org does not export to docx.

—Rasmus

-- 
. . . The proofs are technical in nature and provides no real understanding



Re: [O] [ox, patch] Add #+SUBTITLE

2015-03-26 Thread Rasmus
Melanie Bacou m...@mbacou.com writes:

 Here is how titles and subtitles are supported in Bootstrap (the most
 popular HTML/CSS/JS framework):

 div class=page-header
   h1This would be the title smalland this the subtitle/small/h1
 /div

 ref: http://getbootstrap.com/components/#page-header

I don't know what bootstrap is.  I have softened on the whole JS thing,
but a side should still work (almost) perfectly without it.

Anyway, the example looks ugly (IMO) as there's no line break.  Is that a
feature?  The small tag seems handy though.

 Another commonly seen approach is this (many web CMS use this pseudo
 standard):

 h1 class=titleMy Title/h1
 h2 class=subtitleMy Subtitle/h1

This is basically how it's handled.  I guess you could get the former by
writing a custom preamble and disabling title export.

Is that good enough?

—Rasmus

-- 
Hvor meget poesi tror De kommer ud af et glas isvand?




Re: [O] comment section with latex_header

2015-03-26 Thread Sebastien Vauban
Robert Klein wrote:
 On 03/24/2015 10:04 AM, Sebastien Vauban wrote:

 Can't we say that a COMMENT'ed subtree is like having all of its
 contents commented, line by line?  IOW, nothing accessible?

 This would probably break a lot of babel stuff.

Could you elaborate why?

 If there was an option to disable exports for #+NAME:-ed stuff (i.e.
 data sources for babel), e.g. somtehing like

 #+NAME: xyzzy :exports none
 | munich  | 13 |
 | cologne | 12 |

 you could deprecate and eventually disable data sources in COMMENT-ed
 section.

If you *not to export* some stuff in a subtree, adding the noexport
tag would be enough, right?

Best regards,
  Seb

-- 
Sebastien Vauban




[O] ob-lilypond

2015-03-26 Thread Patrick L. Schmidt
Hey all,

looks like I’m having quite a few problems with ob-lilypond (Org-mode version 
8.2.7b). To ensure that my setup is correct I ran the tests mentioned on 
http://orgmode.org/worg/org-contrib/babel/languages/ob-doc-lilypond.html#sec-9:

M-x load-file RET 
~/path/to/current/org-mode-git-repository/testing/lisp/test-ob-lilypond.el
M-x ert RET RET

And this is what I got (short version):

Selector: t
Passed: 6
Failed: 36 (36 unexpected)
Total:  42/42

Started at:   2015-03-25 13:32:19+0100
Finished.
Finished at:  2015-03-25 13:32:19+0100

...FFF…F

Am I missing something? How can I get this to work?

Thanks for any help!
patrick

Error message (long version):
Selector: t
Passed: 6
Failed: 36 (36 unexpected)
Total:  42/42

Started at:   2015-03-25 13:32:19+0100
Finished.
Finished at:  2015-03-25 13:32:19+0100

...FFF...F

F ob-lilypond/ly-arrange-mode
(ert-test-failed
 ((should
   (boundp 'org-babel-lilypond-arrange-mode))
  :form
  (boundp org-babel-lilypond-arrange-mode)
  :value nil))

F ob-lilypond/ly-attempt-to-open-pdf
(void-variable org-babel-lilypond-display-pdf-post-tangle)

F ob-lilypond/ly-attempt-to-play-midi
(void-variable org-babel-lilypond-play-midi-post-tangle)

F ob-lilypond/ly-check-for-compile-error
(void-function org-babel-lilypond-check-for-compile-error)

F ob-lilypond/ly-command-ly/bound
(ert-test-failed
 ((should
   (boundp 'org-babel-lilypond-ly-command))
  :form
  (boundp org-babel-lilypond-ly-command)
  :value nil))

F ob-lilypond/ly-command-ly/stringp
(void-variable org-babel-lilypond-ly-command)

F ob-lilypond/ly-command-midi/bound
(ert-test-failed
 ((should
   (boundp 'org-babel-lilypond-midi-command))
  :form
  (boundp org-babel-lilypond-midi-command)
  :value nil))

F ob-lilypond/ly-command-midi/stringp
(void-variable org-babel-lilypond-midi-command)

F ob-lilypond/ly-command-pdf/bound
(ert-test-failed
 ((should
   (boundp 'org-babel-lilypond-pdf-command))
  :form
  (boundp org-babel-lilypond-pdf-command)
  :value nil))

F ob-lilypond/ly-command-pdf/stringp
(void-variable org-babel-lilypond-pdf-command)

F ob-lilypond/ly-commands/customize
(ert-test-failed
 ((should
   (equal
(list org-babel-lilypond-ly-command org-babel-lilypond-pdf-command 
org-babel-lilypond-midi-command)
(list nonsense bla fasel)))
  :form
  (equal
   (nil nil nil)
   (nonsense bla fasel))
  :value nil :explanation
  (list-elt 0
(different-types nil nonsense

F ob-lilypond/ly-commands/darwin
(ert-test-failed
 ((should
   (equal
(list org-babel-lilypond-ly-command org-babel-lilypond-pdf-command 
org-babel-lilypond-midi-command)
(list /Applications/lilypond.app/Contents/Resources/bin/lilypond 
open open)))
  :form
  (equal
   (nil nil nil)
   (/Applications/lilypond.app/Contents/Resources/bin/lilypond open 
open))
  :value nil :explanation
  (list-elt 0
(different-types nil 
/Applications/lilypond.app/Contents/Resources/bin/lilypond

F ob-lilypond/ly-commands/other
(ert-test-failed
 ((should
   (equal
(list org-babel-lilypond-ly-command org-babel-lilypond-pdf-command 
org-babel-lilypond-midi-command)
(list lilypond xdg-open xdg-open)))
  :form
  (equal
   (nil nil nil)
   (lilypond xdg-open xdg-open))
  :value nil :explanation
  (list-elt 0
(different-types nil lilypond

F ob-lilypond/ly-commands/windows-nt
(ert-test-failed
 ((should
   (equal
(list org-babel-lilypond-ly-command org-babel-lilypond-pdf-command 
org-babel-lilypond-midi-command)
(list lilypond  )))
  :form
  (equal
   (nil nil nil)
   (lilypond  ))
  :value nil :explanation
  (list-elt 0
(different-types nil lilypond

F ob-lilypond/ly-compile-lilyfile
(void-variable org-babel-lilypond-ly-command)

F ob-lilypond/ly-compile-post-tangle
(ert-test-failed
 ((should
   (boundp 'org-babel-lilypond-compile-post-tangle))
  :form
  (boundp org-babel-lilypond-compile-post-tangle)
  :value nil))

F ob-lilypond/ly-display-pdf-post-tangle
(ert-test-failed
 ((should
   (boundp 'org-babel-lilypond-display-pdf-post-tangle))
  :form
  (boundp org-babel-lilypond-display-pdf-post-tangle)
  :value nil))

F ob-lilypond/ly-gen-html
(ert-test-failed
 ((should
   (boundp 'org-babel-lilypond-gen-pdf))
  :form
  (boundp org-babel-lilypond-gen-pdf)
  :value nil))

F ob-lilypond/ly-gen-png
(ert-test-failed
 ((should
   (boundp 'org-babel-lilypond-gen-png))
  :form
  (boundp org-babel-lilypond-gen-png)
  :value nil))

F ob-lilypond/ly-gen-svg
(ert-test-failed
 ((should
   (boundp 

Re: [O] [bug?, ox-latex] creator not commented out

2015-03-26 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello,

Rasmus ras...@gmx.us writes:

 This sort of breaks the creator field for hyperref.  Now we neither have
 the Org string nor the default LaTeX string.

You need to set `org-export-with-creator' to t. We can also patch
`org-latex--format-spec' to skip ?c entry altogether when the variable
is nil, in order to get default LaTeX string.

 We could make creator unconditional for meta data (makes sense) and
 ask people to remove %c from the respective template*s*(!) if they
 don't want it...

This is what ox-html does, AFAICT.

Either way is fine with me. Do you want to make the change?

 Also, there's no longer a created with org-tag at the bottom of html
 pages by default.  This is not necessarily bad.

This was a misinterpretation of `comment' value in ox-html.el. Anyway,
I think this is fine.


Regards,

-- 
Nicolas Goaziou



Re: [O] [bug?, ox-latex] creator not commented out

2015-03-26 Thread Rasmus
Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes:

 Hello,

 Rasmus ras...@gmx.us writes:

 This sort of breaks the creator field for hyperref.  Now we neither have
 the Org string nor the default LaTeX string.

 You need to set `org-export-with-creator' to t. We can also patch
 `org-latex--format-spec' to skip ?c entry altogether when the variable
 is nil, in order to get default LaTeX string.

But as I started by saying this adds the creator as inline-text in latex
cf. the end of org-latex-template.

 We could make creator unconditional for meta data (makes sense) and
 ask people to remove %c from the respective template*s*(!) if they
 don't want it...

 This is what ox-html does, AFAICT.

ATM no ad is exported in the postamble.  It used to printed in 8.2.  I
don't mind not having it.

 Either way is fine with me. Do you want to make the change?

Yeah, but I don't know what the right change is.  I can remove the creator
part from the ox-latex template and make the hyperref spec ignore
:with-creator.

—Rasmus

-- 
. . . The proofs are technical in nature and provides no real understanding




[O] How to place things differently in dot

2015-03-26 Thread Cecil Westerhof
I was asked to make a diagram and was thinking that dot in org-mode could
be a good idea.

I got reasonably fast the following:
​#+BEGIN_SRC dot :file test.svg :cmdline -Kdot -Tsvg
graph {
  utilities [label = Utility's]

  A
  B
  C

  D
  E
  F [shape = rectangle]


  subgraph cluster_resources {
color=blue
resources [label = Resources]
  }

  G
  H
  I

  K
  subgraph cluster_ta {
color=blue
{rank = same; L, M}
L
M
  }

  {rank = same; D, E, F}


  A -- F
  B -- F
  C -- F
  A -- D

  F -- E

  F -- K
  F -- G
  F -- H
  F -- I


  K -- L
  K -- M
  L -- M
}
#+END_SRC

This is a good deal in the right direction, but a few things should be
different:
​- E should be left of F
- resource should go to the second 'line' without losing its border
- K should be a 'line' lower

Are those things possible?

As attachment how it looks now.

-- 
Cecil Westerhof


Re: [O] [ox, patch] Add #+SUBTITLE

2015-03-26 Thread Rasmus
Rasmus ras...@gmx.us writes:

 div class=page-header
   h1This would be the title smalland this the subtitle/small/h1
 /div

 ref: http://getbootstrap.com/components/#page-header

According to html5doctor.com:

Note: Some have been advocating of the use of the small element to
signify subtitles. This has been under discussion in the HTML working
group, but no compelling arguments for its use have been
made. Therefore it is not advised to use small to mark up subtitles.

That puts the nail in that coffin. . .

 Another commonly seen approach is this (many web CMS use this pseudo
 standard):

 h1 class=titleMy Title/h1
 h2 class=subtitleMy Subtitle/h1

 This is basically how it's handled.  I guess you could get the former by
 writing a custom preamble and disabling title export.

The same page as above leads to this interesting documents, which
unfortunately has draft in its name.

http://www.w3.org/html/wg/drafts/html/master/semantics.html#sub-head

It suggests the following:

header
h1title/h1
psubtitle/p
/header
   
I really like this one!  This is the HTML5 solution, it seems.  Then this
could be used for non-HTML5:

h1Ramones br
spanHey! Ho! Let's Go/span 
/h1

WDYT?

—Rasmus

-- 
And when I’m finished thinking, I have to die a lot




[O] Org-Mode and Mac OS X advice

2015-03-26 Thread Chris Willard
Hello All,

I am thinking about changing to a Mac from Windows and wanted to check
that there are no issues with using org-mode in OS X.

I would like to know what version of Emacs people use (e.g. Aquamacs)
and also if there are any issues using org-mode on a Mac. For example,
I export to PDF frequently so would like to know if I need any other
software for this.

Many thanks,

Chris






Re: [O] comment section with latex_header

2015-03-26 Thread Andreas Leha
Hi all,

Sebastien Vauban sva-n...@mygooglest.com writes:
 Robert Klein wrote:
 On 03/24/2015 10:04 AM, Sebastien Vauban wrote:

 Can't we say that a COMMENT'ed subtree is like having all of its
 contents commented, line by line?  IOW, nothing accessible?

 This would probably break a lot of babel stuff.

 Could you elaborate why?

 If there was an option to disable exports for #+NAME:-ed stuff (i.e.
 data sources for babel), e.g. somtehing like

 #+NAME: xyzzy :exports none
 | munich  | 13 |
 | cologne | 12 |

 you could deprecate and eventually disable data sources in COMMENT-ed
 section.

 If you *not to export* some stuff in a subtree, adding the noexport
 tag would be enough, right?

 Best regards,
   Seb

FWIW, I agree that COMMENT should be equivalent to individual line # .
Sections that should be accessible without being exported get
the :noexport: tag.

Is there any usecase for COMMENTed sections that is not covered
by :noexport:?

Regards,
Andreas




Re: [O] Org-Mode and Mac OS X advice

2015-03-26 Thread Xavier Maillard

Bill White bi...@wolfram.com writes:

 On Thu Mar 26 2015 at 08:18, Chris Willard ch...@meliser.co.uk wrote:

 Hello All,

 I am thinking about changing to a Mac from Windows and wanted to check
 that there are no issues with using org-mode in OS X.

 I would like to know what version of Emacs people use (e.g. Aquamacs)
 and also if there are any issues using org-mode on a Mac. For example,
 I export to PDF frequently so would like to know if I need any other
 software for this.

 I do this to get emacs on my macbook pro:

 ,[ emacs-install ]
 | #!/usr/local/bin/bash
 | brew update
 | brew unlink emacs
 | brew uninstall emacs
 | brew install emacs --HEAD --use-git-head --cocoa --with-gnutls --with-rsvg 
 --with-imagemagick
 | brew linkapps
 `

Great, thank you ! I never looked at the upgrade process of emacs via
brew. That's done (one more TODO marked done :D).

Regards
-- Xavier.



[O] :ignoreheading: works with LaTeX export, but not HTML

2015-03-26 Thread Richard Stanton
I want to put some headers in my org file that don't get exported. If I put 
:ignoreheading: after the title, it correctly does not get exported to LaTeX, 
but it still appears when I export to HTML (with the text :ignoreheading: on 
the same line). Am I missing something? In my setup I have the lines

(defun sa-ignore-headline (contents backend info)
  Ignore headlines with tag `ignoreheading'
  (when (and (org-export-derived-backend-p backend 'latex 'html 'ascii)
  (string-match \\`.*ignoreheading.*\n
(downcase contents)))
(replace-match  nil nil contents)))

(defun headline-nonumber (contents backend info)
  Make headlines with nonumber.
  (when (and (org-export-derived-backend-p backend 'latex 'html 'ascii)
  (string-match \\`.*nonumber.*\n
(downcase contents)))
(let ((output contents))
  (setq output (replace-regexp-in-string section{ section*{ contents))
  (setq output (replace-regexp-in-string hfill{}textsc{nonumber} 
 output))
  output)))

(add-to-list 'org-export-filter-headline-functions 'sa-ignore-headline)
(add-to-list 'org-export-filter-headline-functions 'headline-nonumber)

Thanks for any suggestions.

By the way, this is with org-mode release_8.3beta-951-g2f58e3

Richard Stanton


Re: [O] org-drill problem: questions are blank

2015-03-26 Thread J. David Boyd
Peter Westlake peter.westl...@pobox.com writes:

 From time to time Org-drill shows me a blank window instead of a
 question. The frame, mode line and prompt to answer are visible, but
 there's nothing in the window at all. As a workaround I can type t to
 edit the tags, and the question will appear.

 A sample file is enclosed. It's a new file without any of the org-drill
 property drawers just to keep the example short and to avoid having to
 wait for the question to be scheduled to be shown again, but the problem
 *does* still happen when the drawers are present.

 To reproduce the bug, run org-drill in drillbug.org; the question MC
 gives a blank screen.

 I'm using org-drill with the latest version of Org-mode, git commit
 2f58e3c011ec84f621905332d8df68b83da580d9, on Emacs 24.3.1, 2014-09-30.

 Peter.

There's no attached file...




Re: [O] How to place things differently in dot

2015-03-26 Thread Ken Mankoff

On 2015-03-26 at 11:52, e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk wrote:
 The graphviz tools are fantastic for quick and dirty graphs but the
 layout algorithms are not easily controlled... I would highly
 recommend tikz ...

Or perhaps ditaa.

  -k.
  



Re: [O] How to place things differently in dot

2015-03-26 Thread Cecil Westerhof
2015-03-26 17:57 GMT+01:00 Cecil Westerhof cldwester...@gmail.com:

 2015-03-26 17:07 GMT+01:00 Ken Mankoff mank...@gmail.com:


 On 2015-03-26 at 11:52, e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk wrote:
  The graphviz tools are fantastic for quick and dirty graphs but the
  layout algorithms are not easily controlled... I would highly
  recommend tikz ...

 Or perhaps ditaa.


 ​​It is certainly quick. ​I wait if they find it acceptable: if not I can
 always check-out tikz or ditaa.


​I looked at ditaa and tikz. Especially ditta is very nice. It has document
and database elements, but it would also a lot more work to create and
especially to maintain. So I hope my dot version is acceptable.

-- 
Cecil Westerhof


Re: [O] How to place things differently in dot

2015-03-26 Thread Thomas S. Dye
Cecil Westerhof cldwester...@gmail.com writes:

 I was asked to make a diagram and was thinking that dot in org-mode could
 be a good idea.

 I got reasonably fast the following:
 ​#+BEGIN_SRC dot :file test.svg :cmdline -Kdot -Tsvg
 graph {
   utilities [label = Utility's]

   A
   B
   C

   D
   E
   F [shape = rectangle]


   subgraph cluster_resources {
 color=blue
 resources [label = Resources]
   }

   G
   H
   I

   K
   subgraph cluster_ta {
 color=blue
 {rank = same; L, M}
 L
 M
   }

   {rank = same; D, E, F}


   A -- F
   B -- F
   C -- F
   A -- D

   F -- E

   F -- K
   F -- G
   F -- H
   F -- I


   K -- L
   K -- M
   L -- M
 }
 #+END_SRC

 This is a good deal in the right direction, but a few things should be
 different:
 ​- E should be left of F
 - resource should go to the second 'line' without losing its border
 - K should be a 'line' lower

 Are those things possible?

As a last resort, you can edit the svg file.

hth,
Tom

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



Re: [O] Org-Mode and Mac OS X advice

2015-03-26 Thread Bill White
On Thu Mar 26 2015 at 08:18, Chris Willard ch...@meliser.co.uk wrote:

 Hello All,

 I am thinking about changing to a Mac from Windows and wanted to check
 that there are no issues with using org-mode in OS X.

 I would like to know what version of Emacs people use (e.g. Aquamacs)
 and also if there are any issues using org-mode on a Mac. For example,
 I export to PDF frequently so would like to know if I need any other
 software for this.

I do this to get emacs on my macbook pro:

,[ emacs-install ]
| #!/usr/local/bin/bash
| brew update
| brew unlink emacs
| brew uninstall emacs
| brew install emacs --HEAD --use-git-head --cocoa --with-gnutls --with-rsvg 
--with-imagemagick
| brew linkapps
`

I don't think I've had any mac-specific problems with orgmode - I use it
every day.  And as others have said, mactex is very nice:
https://tug.org/mactex/

Cheers -

bw
-- 
Bill White . bi...@wolfram.com
No ma'am, we're musicians.




Re: [O] How to place things differently in dot

2015-03-26 Thread Cecil Westerhof
2015-03-26 18:00 GMT+01:00 Thomas S. Dye t...@tsdye.com:

 Cecil Westerhof cldwester...@gmail.com writes:

  I was asked to make a diagram and was thinking that dot in org-mode could
  be a good idea.
 
  I got reasonably fast the following:
  ​#+BEGIN_SRC dot :file test.svg :cmdline -Kdot -Tsvg
  graph {
utilities [label = Utility's]
 
A
B
C
 
D
E
F [shape = rectangle]
 
 
subgraph cluster_resources {
  color=blue
  resources [label = Resources]
}
 
G
H
I
 
K
subgraph cluster_ta {
  color=blue
  {rank = same; L, M}
  L
  M
}
 
{rank = same; D, E, F}
 
 
A -- F
B -- F
C -- F
A -- D
 
F -- E
 
F -- K
F -- G
F -- H
F -- I
 
 
K -- L
K -- M
L -- M
  }
  #+END_SRC
 
  This is a good deal in the right direction, but a few things should be
  different:
  ​- E should be left of F
  - resource should go to the second 'line' without losing its border
  - K should be a 'line' lower
 
  Are those things possible?

 As a last resort, you can edit the svg file.


​It did cross my mind, but I am afraid it is not a real option (for me).

-- 
Cecil Westerhof


Re: [O] Space at end of monospace string?

2015-03-26 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello,

e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk writes:

 On Tuesday, 24 Mar 2015 at 11:04, Loris Bennett wrote:
 Hi,

 I'm writing a beamer presentation and have the followoing

- =--nodes=2=  $\Rightarrow$ 2 /or more/ nodes
- =--nodes=2-4=  $\Rightarrow$ 2 to 4 nodes

 It would be nice to have the arrows line up, but doing =--nodes=2  =
 obviously doesn't work.

 If you want things to line up, I would recommend using either tables
 (e.g. with \Rightarrow as column separator specified in the table
 attributes) or one of the aligned equation environments in LaTeX with
 \mbox or \textrm for the actual text elements.  Using font spacing is
 always going to be messy...

The OP can also use a spacing entity, e.g., \nbsp.


Regards,

-- 
Nicolas Goaziou



Re: [O] Org-Mode and Mac OS X advice

2015-03-26 Thread Grant Rettke
There are no issues.

Use Brew to install the `emacs' recipe. It uses the [GNU build.] It is
the best supported build.

MacTex is the best LaTeX release. Even Brew will tell you so. Download
the DMG yourself; the Brew Cask installer is not guaranteed to choose a
download site close to you.

My configurations for running on OSX are not org specific but might be
valuable to you:
• [https://github.com/grettke/home/blob/master/.emacs.el#L844]
• [https://github.com/grettke/home/blob/master/.emacs.el#L844]
• [https://github.com/grettke/home/blob/master/.emacs.el#L853]
• [https://github.com/grettke/home/blob/master/.emacs.el#L863]


[GNU build.]
https://github.com/Homebrew/homebrew/blob/master/Library/Formula/emacs.rb#L5

On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 8:18 AM, Chris Willard ch...@meliser.co.uk wrote:
 Hello All,

 I am thinking about changing to a Mac from Windows and wanted to check
 that there are no issues with using org-mode in OS X.

 I would like to know what version of Emacs people use (e.g. Aquamacs)
 and also if there are any issues using org-mode on a Mac. For example,
 I export to PDF frequently so would like to know if I need any other
 software for this.

 Many thanks,

 Chris







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[O] RDF/Linked Data?

2015-03-26 Thread Lawrence Bottorff
I googled rdf linked data org mode and got exactly one link to something
from 2009 called gnowsys, which is not really doing anything with org-mode
anymore? I saw how babel will do spaql, which is cool. Any other such
efforts out there?

LB


Re: [O] comment section with latex_header

2015-03-26 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Andreas Leha andreas.l...@med.uni-goettingen.de writes:

 FWIW, I agree that COMMENT should be equivalent to individual line # .

I hope you mean it should be equivalent during export only. Otherwise,
it would introduce some serious slowdown as COMMENT can be inherited.

 Sections that should be accessible without being exported get
 the :noexport: tag.

 Is there any usecase for COMMENTed sections that is not covered
 by :noexport:?

Babel code from a :noexport: headline is executed. It isn't when in
a COMMENT headline. I think both are useful.

Regards,



Re: [O] How to place things differently in dot

2015-03-26 Thread Nick Dokos
Cecil Westerhof cldwester...@gmail.com writes:

 I was asked to make a diagram and was thinking that dot in org-mode could be 
 a good idea.

 I got reasonably fast the following:
 snip
 This is a good deal in the right direction, but a few things should be 
 different:
 ​- E should be left of F
 - resource should go to the second 'line' without losing its border
 - K should be a 'line' lower


Maybe this will help although it's not a complete implementation of
what you have. The idea is to define rows and arrange your nodes into
those rows by using rank=same. Then make the row nodes and edges
invisible. It's also important to do the sequencing correctly, e.g.
in your example, if you just switch F -- E to E -- F, E will be to the
left of F as you want. But I don't know how to get the resources
subgraph to be treated as a node and thereby place it on the same row as F.

In any case, here's the current trial balloon:

--8---cut here---start-8---
#+BEGIN_SRC dot :file test2.svg :cmdline -Kdot -Tsvg
graph foo {
row1--row2--row3--row4 [style=invisible];
row1, row2, row3, row4 [style=invisible];

utilities [label = Utilities]
 A
 B
 C
 D
 E
 F [shape=rectangle]
 G
 H
 I
 K
 subgraph cluster_ta {
 color=blue
 {rank = same; L, M;}
 L
 M
 }

{rank=same; row1 utilities A B C; }
{rank=same; row2 D E F;}
{rank=same; row3 G H I;}
{rank=same; row4 K;}

subgraph cluster_resources {
  resources [label = Resources]
  graph[color=red];
 }

A -- F
B -- F
C -- F
A -- D
E -- F
F -- G
F -- H
F -- I
F -- K
K -- L
K -- M
L -- M
}
#+END_SRC

--8---cut here---end---8---

HTH,
Nick




Re: [O] [bug] fuzzy link not matching commented headlines

2015-03-26 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello,

Martin Carlé m...@aiguphonie.com writes:

 Guess it's a bug that fuzzy links won't match a commented headline
 whereas the other internal link types (custom_id and org ID) do.

 Or is there a special purpose for this specific type of link regarding 
 comments?

 Just check the following example:

 ,--
 | * First headline
  
 | 1. fuzzy link to [[Second headline]] -- ok  
  
 | 2. fuzzy link to commented [[Third headline]] -- fails  
  
 | 
  
 | 3. custom_id link to commented [[#Fourth][Fourth headline]] -- ok   
  
 | 4. id link to commented [[id:D91E1EF3-2918-4F37-98EB-E2C92ACBE372][Fifth 
 headline]] -- ok
 | 
  
 | * Second headline   
  
 | 
  
 | * COMMENT Third headline
  
 | 
  
 | * COMMENT Fourth headline   
  
 | :PROPERTIES:
  
 | :CUSTOM_ID: Fourth  
  
 | :END:   
  
 | 
  
 | * Fifth headline
  
 | :PROPERTIES:
  
 | :ID:   D91E1EF3-2918-4F37-98EB-E2C92ACBE372 
  
 | :END:   
  
 | 
  
 `--

Thank you. This should be fixed in
22f732c2553cc8ab42e8465018042bf0f49b6f4f.

However, this kind of link is sort of pointless, since it is bound to
fail during export, as the targeted headline will be removed. As
a consequence, this document cannot be exported, even though COMMENT
keyword is only meaningful during export.


Regards,

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Re: [O] comment section with latex_header

2015-03-26 Thread Nicolas Goaziou


Sebastien Vauban sva-news-D0wtAvR13HarG/idocf...@public.gmane.org
writes:

 Can't we say that a COMMENT'ed subtree is like having all of its
 contents commented, line by line?  IOW, nothing accessible?

There is, at least, one problem. Comments are always comments (really).
However COMMENT keyword is only active during export. That means the
behaviour will differ unexpectedly when exporting a document, as
reported by Robert Klein.

Anyway, anything is possible as long as it is clearly documented.


Regards,




Re: [O] org-babel source code :fonts serif not working

2015-03-26 Thread Charles C. Berry

On Thu, 26 Mar 2015, Vikas Rawal wrote:

The following code does not produce image with serif fonts for me. It 
used to work earlier but it seems the behaviour has changed. Could 
anyone confirm.


AFAICS, it does not work in R.

FWIW, the code that Babel sends to R is (after some formatting):

#+BEGIN_SRC R
  png(filename=filename.png,width=1200,height=700,fonts=serif)
  tryCatch({
   your plot goes here 
  },
   error=function(e){
   plot(x=-1:1, y=-1:1, type='n', xlab='', ylab='', 
axes=FALSE)

   text(x=0, y=0, labels=e$message, col='red')
   paste('ERROR', e$message, sep=' : ')})
  dev.off()
#+END_SRC

If you can get that or something like to work in R, report back here.

Otherwise take this to one of the R lists.

Also, I note that the filename filename.png seems troublesome even apart 
from the font issue. I do not have time to run down why that might be.


Chuck





#+BEGIN_SRC R :results output graphics :exports results :file filename.png 
:width 1200 :height 700 :fonts serif
R code here to produce a graph
#+END_SRC






Re: [O] How to place things differently in dot

2015-03-26 Thread Cecil Westerhof
2015-03-26 17:07 GMT+01:00 Ken Mankoff mank...@gmail.com:


 On 2015-03-26 at 11:52, e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk wrote:
  The graphviz tools are fantastic for quick and dirty graphs but the
  layout algorithms are not easily controlled... I would highly
  recommend tikz ...

 Or perhaps ditaa.


​​It is certainly quick. ​I wait if they find it acceptable: if not I can
always check-out tikz or ditaa.

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Re: [O] [ox, patch] Keywords what should go in ox?

2015-03-26 Thread Rasmus
Hi,

Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes:

 First, as discussed a while back we want to move DESCRIPTION and KEYWORDS
 out of ox.el as they are specific to certain backends.  The first patch
 does this.

 [...] You need to update (info (org)Publishing options) accordingly,
 too.

I have now reviewed this section twice, and I have no clue what you want
me to change there.  There's no :with-keywords or :with-description.  At
least SUBTITLE for ox-texinfo in not documented here.

—Rasmus

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Re: [O] Org-Mode and Mac OS X advice

2015-03-26 Thread Alan Schmitt
Hello,

On 2015-03-26 13:18, Chris Willard ch...@meliser.co.uk writes:

 I am thinking about changing to a Mac from Windows and wanted to check
 that there are no issues with using org-mode in OS X.

I don't have any issue here.

 I would like to know what version of Emacs people use (e.g. Aquamacs)
 and also if there are any issues using org-mode on a Mac. For example,
 I export to PDF frequently so would like to know if I need any other
 software for this.

I no longer use Aquamacs as it was bundling too many things, so I now
use this version of emacs: https://github.com/railwaycat/emacs-mac-port,
which has great support for retina screens, among other
things. I install it using homebrew (http://brew.sh/), a very convenient
way of installing additional utilities.

Regarding LaTeX, I use MacTex (https://tug.org/mactex/), which is
basically texlive packaged in an installer.

Don't hesitate to contact me directly if you have any questions.

Best,

Alan

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Re: [O] Org-Mode and Mac OS X advice

2015-03-26 Thread John Kitchin
I did this last summer, and I found no issues. I use an emacs built from
homebrew (see https://github.com/jkitchin/jmax#mac-users). You will need
a LaTeX installation for PDF export. It all works great for me.


Chris Willard writes:

 Hello All,

 I am thinking about changing to a Mac from Windows and wanted to check
 that there are no issues with using org-mode in OS X.

 I would like to know what version of Emacs people use (e.g. Aquamacs)
 and also if there are any issues using org-mode on a Mac. For example,
 I export to PDF frequently so would like to know if I need any other
 software for this.

 Many thanks,

 Chris

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Re: [O] Org-Mode and Mac OS X advice

2015-03-26 Thread Bernd Haug
I'm using the dailies from ELPA, upgrading occasionally.
Works well in the normal current Emacs from http://emacsformacosx.com/

I'd have recommended Aquamacs until recently, but the builds from link
above are both more current and stable generally.

For LaTeX, there are many ways to get it such as homebrew; I am quite
happy with MacTeX from https://tug.org/mactex/.

Note that you might have to configure paths for LaTeX in Emacs, if you
start Emacs from the GUI, since changing GUI session environment on
Macs is less than obvious.

Alternatively:

• Configure your path in your user's launchd config so that the whole
session has LaTeX in your path
• Modify your shell environment and just launch Emacs from the shell.
The binary would then be /Applications/Emacs.app/Contents/MacOS/Emacs

Cheers, Bernd

On 26 March 2015 at 14:18, Chris Willard ch...@meliser.co.uk wrote:
 Hello All,

 I am thinking about changing to a Mac from Windows and wanted to check
 that there are no issues with using org-mode in OS X.

 I would like to know what version of Emacs people use (e.g. Aquamacs)
 and also if there are any issues using org-mode on a Mac. For example,
 I export to PDF frequently so would like to know if I need any other
 software for this.

 Many thanks,

 Chris







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Re: [O] Org-Mode and Mac OS X advice

2015-03-26 Thread Alan Schmitt
On 2015-03-26 14:50, Bernd Haug bernd.h...@xaidat.com writes:

 Alternatively:

 • Configure your path in your user's launchd config so that the whole
 session has LaTeX in your path
 • Modify your shell environment and just launch Emacs from the shell.
 The binary would then be /Applications/Emacs.app/Contents/MacOS/Emacs

I'm using this nice trick (passed to me by a colleague) that sets the
environment variables and path to be the same in zsh and emacs (launched
From the GUI).

#+begin_src emacs-lisp
(let ((vars (split-string-and-unquote (shell-command-to-string . ~/.zshrc; 
export) \n)))
  (mapcar (lambda (X) (let ((var_val (split-string-and-unquote X =)))
(setenv (car var_val) (cadr var_val vars)
  (setq exec-path 
(append
 (split-string-and-unquote (getenv PATH) :)
 exec-path)))
#+end_src

Alan

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Re: [O] [RFC][PATCH] Store links to named elements

2015-03-26 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello,

Jacob Gerlach jacobgerl...@gmail.com writes:

 In [1], storing links to named elements was discussed. AFAICT, no
 patches came from that discussion. The current behavior is that given:

 * Headline

 #+Name: foo

 org-store-link will store a link to `*Headline' rather than `foo'.

 Attached is a very rough first attempt at patching org-store-link to
 recognize and link to the name.

 Is this approach worth fleshing out or are there problems associated
 with this type of link? Using the above example, [[foo]] seems to be a
 valid link, recognized by both export and org-open-at-point.

 If doable, a couple of specific questions:
 This attached patch makes no attempt to store the file name as
 currently done for headlines. Would it be better to check for a name
 in the headline linking code (the final t in the org-mode-p `cond'
 in org-store-link) or rather reproduce file name code separately.

The problem is that links to #+NAME are internal, i.e., they doesn't
behave well when targeting a different document. Therefore, I'm not sure
there's a real benefit from automating it. Links to headlines are much
more robust.

 Does a context string make sense for links to element names?

No, it doesn't.


Regards,

-- 
Nicolas Goaziou



Re: [O] [ox, patch] Keywords what should go in ox?

2015-03-26 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Rasmus ras...@gmx.us writes:

 I have now reviewed this section twice, and I have no clue what you want
 me to change there. There's no :with-keywords or :with-description.

I don't know either. I was sure that :keywords and :description were
here, but, oddly, it isn't the case. That's a documentation bug as long
as these keywords are in ox.el.

 At least SUBTITLE for ox-texinfo in not documented here.

That's also a documentation bug. Note that it should probably
be :texinfo-subtitle (and :texinfo-subauthor).


Regards,



Re: [O] How to place things differently in dot

2015-03-26 Thread Nick Dokos
Cecil Westerhof cldwester...@gmail.com writes:

 ​In this way I do not get an empty column. It would be better when K
 would put between and below H and I, but I think I can live with it.​


Just put I after K and the subgraph.

Nick





Re: [O] How to place things differently in dot

2015-03-26 Thread Nick Dokos
Cecil Westerhof cldwester...@gmail.com writes:

 
 ​In this way I do not get an empty column.

You can make the rows be of size 0:

--8---cut here---start-8---
#+BEGIN_SRC dot :file test2.svg :cmdline -Kdot -Tsvg
graph foo {
row1--row2--row3--row4 [style=invis, fixedsize=true, width=0, height=0];
row1, row2, row3, row4 [style=invis, fixedsize=true, width=0, height=0];
...
--8---cut here---end---8---

Nick




Re: [O] comment section with latex_header

2015-03-26 Thread Andreas Leha
Hi Nicolas,

Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes:
 Andreas Leha andreas.l...@med.uni-goettingen.de writes:

 FWIW, I agree that COMMENT should be equivalent to individual line # .

 I hope you mean it should be equivalent during export only. Otherwise,
 it would introduce some serious slowdown as COMMENT can be inherited.


I see.  I did not consider any possible slow-downs.  I'd expect COMMENT
to behave exactly like # in every regard -- not only export.  That is a
clearly defined behaviour, that should not produce confusion.

But I am not sure (hence my question below) whether there are use cases
that need different behaviour.

If COMMENT is only valid for export, then I would actually recommend
to rename it to make that clear.

 Sections that should be accessible without being exported get
 the :noexport: tag.

 Is there any usecase for COMMENTed sections that is not covered
 by :noexport:?

 Babel code from a :noexport: headline is executed. It isn't when in
 a COMMENT headline. I think both are useful.

I completely agree.  My question was, what a use case would be that
requires a COMMENT that behaves different from #'ing the individual
lines (and is not covered by :noexport: already).

Regards,
Andreas




Re: [O] Updating to the current org-mode in emacs trunk, and Org stable

2015-03-26 Thread Marc Ihm

Am 25.03.2015 14:29, schrieb Rasmus:

Hi,

Oleh Krehel ohwoeo...@gmail.com writes:


What's the schedule of merging these changes to the stable versions of
Org and to Emacs trunk?


My guess: After v8.3 is released.  I don't think anybody is working
preparing a release at the moment.

—Rasmus



which would be a pity ...
Is there any way, how, many hands with small contributions might get this going 
?
I mean: get real work done, instead of just nudging the usual activists ?

regards
Marc




Re: [O] How to place things differently in dot

2015-03-26 Thread Cecil Westerhof
2015-03-26 21:27 GMT+01:00 Nick Dokos ndo...@gmail.com:

 Cecil Westerhof cldwester...@gmail.com writes:

  I was asked to make a diagram and was thinking that dot in org-mode
 could be a good idea.
 
  I got reasonably fast the following:
  snip
  This is a good deal in the right direction, but a few things should be
 different:
  ​- E should be left of F
  - resource should go to the second 'line' without losing its border
  - K should be a 'line' lower
 

 Maybe this will help although it's not a complete implementation of
 what you have. The idea is to define rows and arrange your nodes into
 those rows by using rank=same. Then make the row nodes and edges
 invisible. It's also important to do the sequencing correctly, e.g.
 in your example, if you just switch F -- E to E -- F, E will be to the
 left of F as you want. But I don't know how to get the resources
 subgraph to be treated as a node and thereby place it on the same row as F.

 In any case, here's the current trial balloon:

 --8---cut here---start-8---
 #+BEGIN_SRC dot :file test2.svg :cmdline -Kdot -Tsvg
 graph foo {
 row1--row2--row3--row4 [style=invisible];
 row1, row2, row3, row4 [style=invisible];

 utilities [label = Utilities]
  A
  B
  C
  D
  E
  F [shape=rectangle]
  G
  H
  I
  K
  subgraph cluster_ta {
  color=blue
  {rank = same; L, M;}
  L
  M
  }

 {rank=same; row1 utilities A B C; }
 {rank=same; row2 D E F;}
 {rank=same; row3 G H I;}
 {rank=same; row4 K;}

 subgraph cluster_resources {
   resources [label = Resources]
   graph[color=red];
  }

 A -- F
 B -- F
 C -- F
 A -- D
 E -- F
 F -- G
 F -- H
 F -- I
 F -- K
 K -- L
 K -- M
 L -- M
 }
 #+END_SRC

 --8---cut here---end---8---


​I did it a little differently:
#+BEGIN_SRC dot :file test.png :cmdline -Kdot -Tpng
graph {
  utilities [label = Utility's]

  A
  B
  C

  D
  E
  F [shape = rectangle]


  subgraph cluster_resources {
color=blue
resources [label = Resources]
  }

  G
  G_ [style=invisible]
  H
  I

  K
  subgraph cluster_ta {
color=blue
{rank = same; L, M}
L
M
  }

  {rank = same; D,  E, F}
  {rank = same; G_, K}


  A -- F
  B -- F
  C -- F
  A -- D

  E -- F

  F -- K
  F -- G
  F -- H
  F -- I

  G -- G_ [style=invisible]

  K -- L
  K -- M
  L -- M
}
#+END_SRC
​

​In this way I do not get an empty column. It would be better when K would
put between and below H and I, but I think I can live with it.​

-- 
Cecil Westerhof


Re: [O] Org-Mode and Mac OS X advice

2015-03-26 Thread David Mann
Chris Willard ch...@meliser.co.uk writes:

 Hello All,

 I am thinking about changing to a Mac from Windows and wanted to check
 that there are no issues with using org-mode in OS X.

 I would like to know what version of Emacs people use (e.g. Aquamacs)
 and also if there are any issues using org-mode on a Mac. For example,
 I export to PDF frequently so would like to know if I need any other
 software for this.

 Many thanks,

 Chris

I have used the Homebrew version of Emacs and more recently have compiled Emacs
from source.  In general the Max OS X version works of Emacs great.  I
had tried Aquamacs in the past, but the configuration is different and
it wasn't worth the hassle.

I did find that graphical dialog boxes from Emacs would crash the
program (not sure if this has been fixed).  I put this in my init file
to fix that:

(setq use-dialog-box nil))

Finally, org-mode works great (I use the latest version from the git
repository) on the Mac.  There are a couple of conflicts with some Mac
keybindings (I think the control-arrow keys were a problem), but it is
easy to reassign these keys in the Mac system settings or use
alternatives in Emacs.

I had to install an additional program to get PDF generation, but
unfortunately I have forgotten the details.  It was easy though...

David




Re: [O] Updating to the current org-mode in emacs trunk, and Org stable

2015-03-26 Thread Rasmus
Marc Ihm m...@ihm.name writes:

 What's the schedule of merging these changes to the stable versions of
 Org and to Emacs trunk?

 My guess: After v8.3 is released.  I don't think anybody is working
 preparing a release at the moment.

 —Rasmus


 which would be a pity ...
 Is there any way, how, many hands with small contributions might get
 this going ?

If you want to help make a release you should get in touch with Bastien
and ask how you can help, I guess.  I have absolutely no clue what a
release entails. . .  Other than creating a changelog...

 I mean: get real work done, instead of just nudging the usual activists ?

I don't know what you are trying to say here.  Plenty of work is going on
IRL and in Org master.

Thanks,
Rasmus

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Re: [O] How to place things differently in dot

2015-03-26 Thread Cecil Westerhof
2015-03-26 22:49 GMT+01:00 Nick Dokos ndo...@gmail.com:

 Cecil Westerhof cldwester...@gmail.com writes:

  ​In this way I do not get an empty column. It would be better when K
  would put between and below H and I, but I think I can live with it.​
 

 Just put I after K and the subgraph.


​That works. It is even better when I put both H and I after it.

I also found a way to get resources at the correct place.

It know becomes:
#+BEGIN_SRC dot :file test.png :cmdline -Kdot -Tpng
graph {
  A
  B
  C
  utilities [label = Utility's]

  D
  E
  F [shape = rectangle]


  subgraph cluster_resources {
color=blue
resources [label = Resources]
  }

  G
  G_ [style=invisible]

  K
  subgraph cluster_ta {
color=blue
{rank = same; L, M}
L
M
  }
  H
  I

  {rank = same; D,  E, F}
  {rank = same; G_, K}


  A -- F
  B -- F
  C -- F
  A -- D
  utilities -- resources [style=invisible]

  E -- F

  F -- K
  F -- G
  F -- H
  F -- I

  G -- G_ [style=invisible]

  K -- L
  K -- M
  L -- M
}
#+END_SRC

That looks very good indeed: I think I do not need to start working with
ditaa. :-)

​Everyone thanks for the help.​


-- 
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Re: [O] org-babel source code :fonts serif not working

2015-03-26 Thread Vikas Rawal
 
 #+BEGIN_SRC R
  png(filename=filename.png,width=1200,height=700,fonts=serif)
  tryCatch({
   your plot goes here 
  },
   error=function(e){
   plot(x=-1:1, y=-1:1, type='n', xlab='', ylab='', axes=FALSE)
   text(x=0, y=0, labels=e$message, col='red')
   paste('ERROR', e$message, sep=' : ')})
  dev.off()
 #+END_SRC
 
 If you can get that or something like to work in R, report back here.


Thanks for the pointer. It is an issue with the graphics device being used. 

Using cairo and family (instead of fonts) works for me:

#+BEGIN_SRC R :results output graphics :exports results :file filename.png 
:width 1200 :height 700 :type cairo :family serif
R code here to produce a graph
#+END_SRC

Vikas


[O] [bug] fuzzy link not matching commented headlines

2015-03-26 Thread Martin Carlé
Guess it's a bug that fuzzy links won't match a commented headline
whereas the other internal link types (custom_id and org ID) do.

Or is there a special purpose for this specific type of link regarding comments?

Just check the following example:

,--
| * First headline  
   
| 1. fuzzy link to [[Second headline]] -- ok
   
| 2. fuzzy link to commented [[Third headline]] -- fails
   
|   
   
| 3. custom_id link to commented [[#Fourth][Fourth headline]] -- ok 
   
| 4. id link to commented [[id:D91E1EF3-2918-4F37-98EB-E2C92ACBE372][Fifth 
headline]] -- ok
|   
   
| * Second headline 
   
|   
   
| * COMMENT Third headline  
   
|   
   
| * COMMENT Fourth headline 
   
| :PROPERTIES:  
   
| :CUSTOM_ID: Fourth
   
| :END: 
   
|   
   
| * Fifth headline  
   
| :PROPERTIES:  
   
| :ID:   D91E1EF3-2918-4F37-98EB-E2C92ACBE372   
   
| :END: 
   
|   
   
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Re: [O] How to place things differently in dot

2015-03-26 Thread e.fraga
On Thursday, 26 Mar 2015 at 13:14, Cecil Westerhof wrote:
 I was asked to make a diagram and was thinking that dot in org-mode could
 be a good idea.

[...]

 This is a good deal in the right direction, but a few things should be
 different:

The graphviz tools are fantastic for quick and dirty graphs but the
layout algorithms are not easily controlled... I would highly recommend
tikz ...

If you do want to use dot, I have only ever managed to get what I want
by changing the order in which I specify the connections and/or more use
of sub-graphs.
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: Eric S Fraga (0xFFFCF67D), Emacs 24.4.1, Org release_8.3beta-790-gb719c1.dirty



Re: [O] Space at end of monospace string?

2015-03-26 Thread e.fraga
On Tuesday, 24 Mar 2015 at 11:04, Loris Bennett wrote:
 Hi,

 I'm writing a beamer presentation and have the followoing

- =--nodes=2=  $\Rightarrow$ 2 /or more/ nodes
- =--nodes=2-4=  $\Rightarrow$ 2 to 4 nodes

 It would be nice to have the arrows line up, but doing =--nodes=2  =
 obviously doesn't work.

If you want things to line up, I would recommend using either tables
(e.g. with \Rightarrow as column separator specified in the table
attributes) or one of the aligned equation environments in LaTeX with
\mbox or \textrm for the actual text elements.  Using font spacing is
always going to be messy...
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[O] org-drill problem: questions are blank

2015-03-26 Thread Peter Westlake
From time to time Org-drill shows me a blank window instead of a
question. The frame, mode line and prompt to answer are visible, but
there's nothing in the window at all. As a workaround I can type t to
edit the tags, and the question will appear.

A sample file is enclosed. It's a new file without any of the org-drill
property drawers just to keep the example short and to avoid having to
wait for the question to be scheduled to be shown again, but the problem
*does* still happen when the drawers are present.

To reproduce the bug, run org-drill in drillbug.org; the question MC
gives a blank screen.

I'm using org-drill with the latest version of Org-mode, git commit
2f58e3c011ec84f621905332d8df68b83da580d9, on Emacs 24.3.1, 2014-09-30.

Peter.