> This looks helpful, but I think this should be an add-on rather than
> integrated into the org-attach. I'm glad to learn about monolith, but
> far fewer users are likely to have it installed than have wget or curl
> installed. You might also want to check out org-board, which has similar
Kyle Meyer writes:
> Ihor Radchenko writes:
>> Is there even a need to call the whole (org-mode). The new buffer is
>> an indirect buffer. It should already have org-mode activated (at least,
>> we can check for it and not call (org-mode) unnecessarily). If we just
>> want to reset initial
I would like to both render html and show a source block for the rendered
html (I am aware of ob-browser, but I want this to be dynamic html content,
not an image)
I would have thought the following would work, but noweb returns an empty
Well, this is solvable with css is it not?
Remember to cover the basics, that is, what you expected to happen and
what in fact did happen. You don't know how to make a good report? See
Your bug report will be posted to the Org mailing list.
> I attached the patch.
> I think this feature will be helpful for use who archive web page data usually
> like me. To be more portable, I also added an defcustom option for other
> external command. And use an if condition to detect whether external command
Jacob MacDonald writes:
> I noticed that after updating my Org I was getting errors instead of
> eldoc locations in my .org buffers. Thankfully the fix was a simple
> oneliner. Patch attached.
As you noted in your next message, this ended up being a part of a
larger issue and resolved with a fix
Kévin Le Gouguec writes:
> Bastien writes:
>> Brandon Guttersohn writes:
>>> Hey all, I think I may have a small fix for executing C source blocks
>>> in org-babel. Or, possibly just a bad case of user error.
>>> The issue (in emacs 27 with -q) is that it doesn't seem possible to
Using official emacs 26.3 binaries for Windows, TexLive, and imagemagick
LaTeX preview messes up if
scale in org-format-latex-options is set to 1.5 or higher. To reproduce try
saving the following (also attached) as an org file and running it with a
completely clean emacs
John Goerzen writes:
> I recently have upgraded to org 20200525 from your package repo because
> org-roam requires a newer org-mode than I had. GNU ELPA has 9.3.6,
> which would be new enough, but all of my machines fail downloading the
> tar of that version from ELPA with "invalid request", so
Thanks, it does indeed seem to be fixed on master.
On 27 May 2020 18:23, Kyle Meyer wrote:
> Kevin Liu writes:
>> Basically, the last position in the narrowed org-capture is actually
>> the first position on the next line, so when you go to (end-of-buffer)
>> and start typing you start
Kevin Liu writes:
> Basically, the last position in the narrowed org-capture is actually
> the first position on the next line, so when you go to (end-of-buffer)
> and start typing you start clobbering the next headline.
> I tested this with emacs -Q, capturing an `entry` with `file+headline`
When I eval `(org-icalendar-combine-agenda-files nil)`, it takes about 15
Some strange messages in the *Messages* buffer include:
22 files scanned, 7 files contains IDs and in total 23 IDs found.
But my `org-agenda-files` variable only contains 12 files and no #+INCLUDE
> Brandon Guttersohn writes:
>> Hey all, I think I may have a small fix for executing C source blocks
>> in org-babel. Or, possibly just a bad case of user error.
>> The issue (in emacs 27 with -q) is that it doesn't seem possible to
>> specify non-system header files
All drawers default to open at startup except for property drawers. This
includes :LOGBOOK: drawers, which can be quite long and block view of an
I ran a git bisect and discovered that the bug was introduced with
commit 8b05c06d427e850d45684f69c5165cd7684e1071 on May 9.
Hi Matt --
> A heads up... I believe this changes the scope of the :var variables,
> since they previously were local to the main() function and now they are
> declared globally. After this change, some of my existing python source
> blocks (i.e., ones in which I attempt to assign a new value to
I have a org table and want to add a new colum, which natural numbers
which are randomly ordered
So I tried
But the column contains real numbers
What can I do
Russell Adams writes:
> On Wed, May 27, 2020 at 12:59:24PM -0500, Mario Frasca wrote:
>> myself, I recently posted a patch, received zero reaction, and have the
>> impression it's now lost in the logs of this mailing list. indeed
>> pretty inefficient!
> Or the devs haven't had a chance yet.
Jack Kamm writes:
> Thanks for reporting. I've just fixed this issue in master (commit
> The problem was that ob-python adds tab indentation to the code body
> before putting it inside a main() function, which adds spurious
> indentation to multiline strings passed
On Wed, May 27, 2020 at 12:59:24PM -0500, Mario Frasca wrote:
> myself, I recently posted a patch, received zero reaction, and have the
> impression it's now lost in the logs of this mailing list. indeed
> pretty inefficient!
Or the devs haven't had a chance yet.
> something which flashed to my
myself, I recently posted a patch, received zero reaction, and have the
impression it's now lost in the logs of this mailing list. indeed
something which flashed to my mind while writing this email: we're
dealing with an emacs software, part of emacs, can we just use M-x
First of all, THANKS for org-mode! I have been using it for several
years, and it's fantastic.
I recently have upgraded to org 20200525 from your package repo because
org-roam requires a newer org-mode than I had. GNU ELPA has 9.3.6,
which would be new enough, but all of my machines
On Wednesday, 27 May 2020 at 15:31, Nicolas Goaziou wrote:
> Isn't it what C-b is for in the export interface?
Why am I not surprised... Yes, that looks like what I need/want!
: Eric S Fraga via Emacs 28.0.50, Org release_9.3.6-640-g9bc0cc
Eric S Fraga writes:
> would it be possible to incorporate something along these lines in
> ox-latex.el (and ox-beamer.el):
> #+begin_src emacs-lisp
> (defun headless-latex ()
> "exports to a .tex file without any preamble"
> (org-latex-export-as-latex nil
would it be possible to incorporate something along these lines in
ox-latex.el (and ox-beamer.el):
(defun headless-latex ()
"exports to a .tex file without any preamble"
(org-latex-export-as-latex nil nil nil t nil)
There are a number of interesting topics here. Like others, I would be very
keen to share my org-based projects with non-Emacs users. I also only have
very limited time & skills to contribute. There is an existing extension
for org-mode on vscode here:
On Monday, 25 May 2020 at 12:47, Vladimir Nikishkin wrote:
> If I manually set #+attr_latex: :width 8cm above the #+RESULTS, it is
> displayed as expected, but If I recompute the picture, it is pasted
> above my manually added attr line.
Name your src block (using #+name:) and then the results
(I have not managed to make it work myself but I haven't tried hard.)
On Wed, 27 May 2020 at 08:21, Faye Jackson
> I think the subject of the post says it all. While using org-mode I often
> have a lot of LaTeX
I attached the patch.
I think this feature will be helpful for use who archive web page data usually
like me. To be more portable, I also added an defcustom option for other
external command. And use an if condition to detect whether external command
available, else warning user.
This old thread describes similar behavior:
Basically, the last position in the narrowed org-capture is actually the first
position on the next line, so when you go to (end-of-buffer) and start typing
The exported html from Org Mode contains a style for element pre.src,
overflow: visible. This causes code elements with reasonably
long lines to extend out of the box boundaries, causing a horizontal
scroll of the document.
Changing overflow: visible to overflow: auto
should solve this, making the
I think the subject of the post says it all. While using org-mode I often have
a lot of LaTeX fragments scattered in my documents for mathematics, and I
typically use the startup functionality to load all those previews when a file
Due to this, I'd be really interested in
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