[O] How to setup a development for org-mode?

2016-06-07 Thread Xi Shen
Hi,

I want to make some change to the ob-sql.el file. But I don't want to "make
install" every time I change something. I tried to use “load-file" to
reload the file I changed, but I got symbol not found error.

Any suggestions?


Thanks,
David

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Thanks,
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Re: [O] org-notify: Need to get notifications at the start time of the task (in addition to the deadline)

2016-06-07 Thread Amit Tendulkar
Charles Philip Chan  writes:

> Marco Wahl  writes:
>
>> http://emacs-fu.blogspot.de/2009/11/showing-pop-ups.html
>> looks promising.
>
> This is what I use:
>
> https://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/notify.el

I put notify.el in my load path and added the following lines in my init
file.

(autoload 'notify "notify" "Notify TITLE, BODY.")
(appt-activate 1)
(org-agenda-to-appt)

Still I am getting only inline intimations for the appointments. Am I
missing something?






[O] tables: generate with column which contain hours

2016-06-07 Thread Uwe Brauer
Hello

I know it is possible to generate a table in which one column contains
the row numbers, but is it also possible to generate a table in which
one column contains the hours (with a a certain step size) of a day in a
certain range say.


Something like this

|  8:00 |
|  8:30 |
|  9:00 |
|  9:30 |
| 10:00 |
| 10:30 |
| 11:00 |
| 11:30 |
| 12:00 |
| 12:30 |
| 13:00 |
| 13:30 |
| 14:00 |
| 14:30 |
| 15:00 |
| 15:30 |
| 16:00 |
| 16:30 |
| 17:00 |
| 17:30 |

regards

Uwe Brauer 


Re: [O] How to have #+ORGTBL: SEND install converted table to MORE than 1 receiver locations?

2016-06-07 Thread Omid
Right now, it only installs to the first location.

On 06/07/2016 12:13 PM, Omid wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> Is there a way to have #+ORGTBL: SEND install converted table to MORE
> than 1 receiver location? Specifically, in LaTeX I have
> 
> \begin{comment}
> #+ORGTBL: SEND r_hf-vector orgtbl-to-generic :splice t :lend " "
> :sep " & "
> |  f |
> |  0 |
> | \vdots |
> |  0 |
> \end{comment}
> 
> And I'd like it to be installed in both locations below.
> 
> % BEGIN RECEIVE ORGTBL r_hf-vector
> f \\
> 0 \\
> \vdots \\
> 0 \\
> % END RECEIVE ORGTBL r_hf-vector
> 
> % BEGIN RECEIVE ORGTBL r_hf-vector
> f \\
> 0 \\
> \vdots \\
> 0 \\
> % END RECEIVE ORGTBL r_hf-vector
> 
> 
> Org-mode version 8.3.4 (8.3.4-60-g19cf68-elpa)
> GNU Emacs 24.5.1
> 
> Thanks,
> 



[O] How to have #+ORGTBL: SEND install converted table to MORE than 1 receiver locations?

2016-06-07 Thread Omid
Hello,

Is there a way to have #+ORGTBL: SEND install converted table to MORE
than 1 receiver location? Specifically, in LaTeX I have

\begin{comment}
#+ORGTBL: SEND r_hf-vector orgtbl-to-generic :splice t :lend " "
:sep " & "
|  f |
|  0 |
| \vdots |
|  0 |
\end{comment}

And I'd like it to be installed in both locations below.

% BEGIN RECEIVE ORGTBL r_hf-vector
f \\
0 \\
\vdots \\
0 \\
% END RECEIVE ORGTBL r_hf-vector

% BEGIN RECEIVE ORGTBL r_hf-vector
f \\
0 \\
\vdots \\
0 \\
% END RECEIVE ORGTBL r_hf-vector


Org-mode version 8.3.4 (8.3.4-60-g19cf68-elpa)
GNU Emacs 24.5.1

Thanks,

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Re: [O] colored code background in org 8.3

2016-06-07 Thread Samuel W. Flint
:: Rasmus  writes:

Rasmus> Sebastien Vauban  writes:

>> Hello all,
>> 
>> Rasmus  writes:
>>> John Kitchin  writes:
>>> 
 I am finally getting around to switching over to org 8.3... One
 thing I miss already is the colored background in the code
 blocks. I recall that was removed. Has anyone looked into a way to
 put it back?
>>> 
>>> I use the attached patch for some "interactive slides" with babel.
>> 
>> Could it be put into the official code base, for all users to enjoy
>> colored backgrounds without having to patch their Org by hand?

Rasmus> Sure, eventually.  Let me know if you have tested the patch and
Rasmus> it works for you.

Rasmus> I don’t know much about faces, but it should work across all
Rasmus> relevant versions of Emacs.

Rasmus> Aside: Speaking of prettifying src blocks, with
Rasmus> prettify-symbols-mode I managed to make src-blocks look like
Rasmus> this when the cursor is somewhere else

Rasmus> λ LANGUAGE ☰

Rasmus> and like this otherwise

Rasmus>  #+begin_src LANGUAGE :keyword₁ value₁ ⋯ :keywordₙ valueₙ

How do you do this?

Thanks,

Sam

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Re: [O] caldav-sync owncloud on Digital Ocean servers and self signed certificates.

2016-06-07 Thread Rasmus
Paul Harper  writes:

> I am trying to get org-caldav to work with my Owncloud which is running on
> a Digital Ocean server.
>
> I am getting the message
>
> org-caldav-check-connection:[server address/path_to_calendar]does not
> seem to accept DAV requests
>
> I suspect the issue is related to the self signed certificates on the
> Digital Ocean server.
>
> Which my Android devices or with Firefox I can install the self signed
> certificates and the Owncloud Calender syncs fine. I am not seeing a
> way to do that with Emacs Org-Mode.
>
> Is there a way to deal with self-signed certificates in Emacs Org with
> org-caldav and Owncloud?

In case it's useful, here's the variables I use in my init.el.

(setq org-caldav-url 
"https://server.net/owncloud/remote.php/caldav/calendars/rasmus;
  org-caldav-calendar-id "defaultcalendar")

I use a proper certificate though.  You could use letsencrypt if you think
that’s the issue...

Rasmus

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Re: [O] colored code background in org 8.3

2016-06-07 Thread Rasmus
Sebastien Vauban 
writes:

> Hello all,
>
> Rasmus  writes:
>> John Kitchin  writes:
>>
>>> I am finally getting around to switching over to org 8.3... One thing
>>> I miss already is the colored background in the code blocks. I recall
>>> that was removed. Has anyone looked into a way to put it back?
>>
>> I use the attached patch for some "interactive slides" with babel.
>
> Could it be put into the official code base, for all users to enjoy
> colored backgrounds without having to patch their Org by hand?

Sure, eventually.  Let me know if you have tested the patch and it works
for you.

I don’t know much about faces, but it should work across all relevant
versions of Emacs.

Aside: Speaking of prettifying src blocks, with prettify-symbols-mode I
managed to make src-blocks look like this when the cursor is somewhere else

λ LANGUAGE ☰

and like this otherwise

 #+begin_src LANGUAGE :keyword₁ value₁ ⋯ :keywordₙ valueₙ

Rasmus

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Re: [O] How to contribute?

2016-06-07 Thread Bastien Guerry
Hi Alex,

aermo...@mirantis.com writes:

> I'm also thinking of contributing to orgmode, so my question is - is
> there any publicly available contributing guide, being SPOT for
> newcomers?

We have this page: http://orgmode.org/worg/org-contribute.html

In general, clone the org-mode repository like this:
~$ git clone git://orgmode.org/org-mode.git

edit, commit on your branch, create patches with format-patch,
then share patches with the list.

When comfortable enough with contributing regularily, send over
your public key and I'll give you write access to the repository.

Thanks!

-- 
 Bastien



[O] GNU Emacs presentations at the GNU Hackers Meeting 2016 (18-20 august, France)?

2016-06-07 Thread Bastien
Hi all,

the GNU Hackers Meeting 2016 will take place in France
in August 18-20.

See https://www.gnu.org/ghm/upcoming.html for details.

The conference needs speakers on a variety of topics,
and anything related to Emacs is of course very welcome.

Christian is coordinating the organization this year,
don't hesitate to join.

I've attended one GHM in 2011, it was really relaxed,
refreshing, I learned a lot and met great people.

Thanks for spreading the word!

-- 
 Bastien




Re: [O] How to contribute?

2016-06-07 Thread Bastien Guerry
Hi Xi Shen,

> I would like to make some code change to org-mode. I followed the
> instruction on http://orgmode.org/worg/org-contribute.html#patches,
> but I got stuck at the first step.

Thanks in advance for your contributions and welcome!

> I send my RSA public key, to the system, but I never got a response.

The system is a human being (me).  :)

I suggest you submit a few patches on the mailing list first,
then Nicolas or other core committers can review and apply them.

When everyone is confident about giving you direct write access,
I add your key.

In the meantime I gave you access to worg, which you can now clone
like this:

~$ git clone orgm...@orgmode.org:org-mode.git

... then commit, and push.

Thanks!

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[O] How to contribute?

2016-06-07 Thread Xi Shen
Hi,

I would like to make some code change to org-mode. I followed the
instruction on http://orgmode.org/worg/org-contribute.html#patches, but I
got stuck at the first step.

I send my RSA public key, to the system, but I never got a response.

What is the preferred public key specification?


Thanks,
David

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Thanks,
David S.


Re: [O] colored code background in org 8.3

2016-06-07 Thread Sebastien Vauban
Hello all,

Rasmus  writes:
> John Kitchin  writes:
>
>> I am finally getting around to switching over to org 8.3... One thing
>> I miss already is the colored background in the code blocks. I recall
>> that was removed. Has anyone looked into a way to put it back?
>
> I use the attached patch for some "interactive slides" with babel.

Could it be put into the official code base, for all users to enjoy
colored backgrounds without having to patch their Org by hand?

Best regards,
Seb

-- 
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[O] caldav-sync owncloud on Digital Ocean servers and self signed certificates.

2016-06-07 Thread Paul Harper
I am trying to get org-caldav to work with my Owncloud which is running on
a Digital Ocean server.

I am getting the message

org-caldav-check-connection:[server address/path_to_calendar]does not
seem to accept DAV requests

I suspect the issue is related to the self signed certificates on the
Digital Ocean server.

Which my Android devices or with Firefox I can install the self signed
certificates and the Owncloud Calender syncs fine. I am not seeing a
way to do that with Emacs Org-Mode.

Is there a way to deal with self-signed certificates in Emacs Org with
org-caldav and Owncloud?


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Schneier


Re: [O] How to export org file into mobi or azw3 file?

2016-06-07 Thread Eric S Fraga
Calibre is an excellent tool for converting between different ebook
formats.  You can export from org to odt, for instance, and then use
calibre to convert to mobi or any other ebook format.

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Re: [O] org-notify: Need to get notifications at the start time of the task (in addition to the deadline)

2016-06-07 Thread Charles Philip Chan
Marco Wahl  writes:

> http://emacs-fu.blogspot.de/2009/11/showing-pop-ups.html
> looks promising.

This is what I use:

https://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/notify.el

Charles

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Re: [O] org-notify: Need to get notifications at the start time of the task (in addition to the deadline)

2016-06-07 Thread Marco Wahl
>>> I need a way to get notifications at the time of starting a task or at
>>> the start of the meeting (i.e. the SCHEDULED timestamp). Currently I
>>> know of only getting notifications for the DEADLINE timestamp. However,
>>> it will be more productive for me to get notification to tell me to
>>> start working on a task (or attend a meeting).
>>
>> Have you tried "Appointment reminders"?  See (info "(org) Weekly/daily
>> agenda").
>
> Thanks Marco. Yes, appointment reminders will work for me. Any idea how to
> configure them in such a way that I get popups? Popups are helpful
> especially when my focus is not on Emacs. Or even when I am connected to
> a remote desktop (say through Citrix).

http://emacs-fu.blogspot.de/2009/11/showing-pop-ups.html
looks promising.


hth,
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