> Hey Org-mode enthusiasts,
> Find attached a patch adding export of manual links for markdown.
Thanks for the patch.
> This is my first contribution (I welcome feedback regarding patch
> formatting etc).
Looks good. Things are more lax in contrib/, but commit messages tend
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.
Maybe you could use the C compiler instead of C++, or you could include the
c libraries you need. try these options:
#+begin_src C :var somedata=somedata
#+begin_src C++ :var somedata=somedata :includes '(
On Mon, Jun 22, 2020 at 8:56 PM Naoya Yamashita wrote:
> Hi! I'm Naoya. This
Hi! I'm Naoya. This is the first mail to this ML.
First, thank you for developing such awesome packages!
I found ob-C sample is not working for me, I report that to this ML.
## Repro step
1. Require org and ob-C.
Gustavo Barros writes:
> Just an user here, but I'd like to leave my +1 to this proposed feature.
Thanks. That's very useful feedback.
> I can add another thought on the matter. While prettify-symbols is a
> mode, org-hide-emphasis-markers is an option/variable. So I wonder if
It could be useful to have some documentation about installing and
configuring Org with use-package .
I just redid my Org config this way, and I'm happy to say it works, though a
use-package wizard would probably cut it in half. (To me use-package is
advanced magic, and I don't understand
The following org-mode table is exported in plain markdown mode as an
| name | link |
| debian | [[http://www.debian.org][debian]] |
Unfortunately, the link inside the table is exported with Markdown
line 1696 of ox-html.el (up to date version on git) is:
:alt (if (string-match-p "^ltxpng/" source)
I wonder whether "^ltxpng" should actually be "^ltximg"?
Better yet, should it not be built from the value of
org-preview-latex-image-directory, defined as a custom variable and
When you have a section of bold text that ends inside a link, for example:
*can you [[http://foo.bar/][terminate *bolds* inside]] links*
Inside emacs it bolds the text "can you terminate bolds" and represents
"terminate *bolds* inside" as a link, but if you export to any non-text format
Hi Kyle, Hi Shankar,
On Mon, 22 Jun 2020 at 05:40, Kyle Meyer wrote:
> Shankar Rao writes:
>> This patch adds a minor mode that makes emphasis markers be automatically
>> unhidden when the point is inside the region of emphasis and then the
>> markers are rehidden when the point is moved
Oh right, many thanks for both the answers !
On Sat, 20 Jun 2020 at 07:44, Kyle Meyer wrote:
> Paul Bonaud writes:
> > In the “Capturing column view” paragraph of the Org-mode manual there is
> > mention of the `:match` parameter which was added in
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