thank you. wordsmithing opens up endless possibilities, so i don't know
that the following is at all an improvement on your suggestion. but, it
occurs to me to get the importance of =noweb-ref=, and its role in
concatenation, brought out early on the "page".
one paragraph currently
Thanks John and Nicolas.
I sort of arrived at the same point with my over-engineered approach and change
of public API.
@@ -5081,10 +5081,18 @@ This includes angle, plain, and bracket links."
(link (org-element-property :raw-link link-object))
I think what Nicolas suggests is probably the easiest path. Here is one
example that does what I think you are looking for. I use a simple string
comparison on the contents, you could do something more sophisticated.
(defun fruit-link-face (path)
Org mode version 9.3.6 (release_9.3.6-528-gf874b6 @
GNU Emacs 28.0.50 (build 102, x86_64-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 3.24.18,
cairo version 1.16.0) of 2020-04-21
AFAIU this is now allowed. Should org-lint be modified?
Benjamin Andresen writes:
> I would like to change the public API of the :face part of
> (org-link-set-parameters "file" :face 'org-link)
> My ultimate goal is to have org-links be able to be have their face changed
> based on the contents, not
"Bruce D'Arcus" writes:
> Right now, I just keybindings for origami-toggle-all-nodes
> But I was thinking to have this folding as a step between disclosing
> all headings, and disclosing everything.
> Does that make sense?
There could be elements between
Brian Powell writes:
> Thanks again. Please find attached patch addressing issues below.
Perfect. Applied. Thank you!
I forgot to add TINYCHANGE at the end of the commit message, but I added
you to the list of contributors.
Norman Tovey-Walsh writes:
> I admit, up front, that this is of no practical consequence, but it’s
> something that distracts me every single time I see it. (Which, I might
> argue, is a practical consequence *for me*.)
> Consider the following todo:
> ** TODO Do something next week.
On Tue, Apr 21, 2020 at 12:43 PM Claudiu Tănăselia
> Yay! My first contribution to org-mode and Emacs!
> Thank you cleaning it up and making it part of the official branch!
Congrats! Really glad you followed through the whole submission procession.
My workaround for dealing with different org versions on different machines:
> `((perl . t)
> (ruby . t)
> ,(if (version< org-version "9.0")
> '(sh . t)
>'(shell . t))
Yay! My first contribution to org-mode and Emacs!
Thank you cleaning it up and making it part of the official branch!
On Tue, Apr 21, 2020, at 19:40, Nicolas Goaziou wrote:
> Claudiu Tănăselia writes:
> > I hope I'm doing this right, since it's my first time
Claudiu Tănăselia writes:
> I hope I'm doing this right, since it's my first time trying something
> like this, but I've added a Romanian translation for ox.el that
> I would like to share with you, hoping that it will make it into the
> main branch. Since I'm using a website generated
Loris Bennett writes:
> I want to use one init.el across multiple machines with different
> versions of Emacs and Org. Since 'ob-sh.el' changed to 'ob-shell', I
> need to do either
>'((org . t)
> (emacs-lisp . t)
Kyle Meyer writes:
> Marco Wahl writes:
>> When building with "make test" I get
>> 2 unexpected results:
>> does this ring a bell for anybody?
> FWIW I don't see either failure on my end (Emacs 26.3).
I want to use one init.el across multiple machines with different
versions of Emacs and Org. Since 'ob-sh.el' changed to 'ob-shell', I
need to do either
'((org . t)
(emacs-lisp . t)
(shell . t)
(perl . t)
On Mon, 20 Apr 2020 at 18:12, Nicolas Goaziou wrote:
> I cannot reproduce it. You may want to check if something is setting
> `org-edit-src-content-indentation' to 0, e.g., .dir-locals.el or some
I have not found the culprit yet but hunt in progress... :-)
I hope I'm doing this right, since it's my first time trying something like
this, but I've added a Romanian translation for ox.el that I would like to
share with you, hoping that it will make it into the main branch. Since I'm
using a website generated from ox-hugo, that uses ox.el,
I admit, up front, that this is of no practical consequence, but it’s
something that distracts me every single time I see it. (Which, I might
argue, is a practical consequence *for me*.)
Consider the following todo:
** TODO Do something next week.
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