Naoya Yamashita writes:
> I found `ox-md` exporter drop src-block language information.
> My patch fixes the behavior.
This is a feature. "ox-md" exports to vanilla Markdown, which doesn't
support such syntax. You may want to use other back-ends, e.g.,
I found `ox-md` exporter drop src-block language information.
My patch fixes the behavior; to embed src-block language information
using markdown src block grammar.
1. Open some buffer
2. Tnsert below code
3. Turn on `org-mode`
4. `C-c C-e m M` (export as markdown in temp buffer)
Eric S Fraga writes:
> for those of us using more recent versions of Emacs, the new
> tab-bar-mode can be quite useful. As I have been playing with, I
> thought it would make sense to have the option for agenda views to
> pop-up in a new tab as an option. I've coded something that
> I guess it is simply because nobody though that the leading stars can be
> hidden via fontification.
> I think the whole issue can be fixed by changing the call to
> org-invisible-p inside org-forward-heading-same-level. org-invisible-p
> has an optional third argument to ignore text hidden
Many thanks for having taken the time to reply.
I'll definitely try ob-jupyter.
> My goal is to make ob-python a serious alternative to these external
> ob-* packages eventually. Here are some of the improvements I have in
> - Improved plotting
> - Support for pandas
I can also confirm that org-try-cdlatex-tab outputs "t" in all cases but
does not expand in align environment.
I noticed that cdlatex-env-alist-default does not include the align
environment. I tried to add it to "Cdlatex Env Alist" in the customize
browser but it did not change the behavior to
for those of us using more recent versions of Emacs, the new
tab-bar-mode can be quite useful. As I have been playing with, I
thought it would make sense to have the option for agenda views to
pop-up in a new tab as an option. I've coded something that behaves in
a similar way to the
PS -advice on protecting the new code for versions of Emacs that have
tab-bar-mode would be welcome.
: Eric S Fraga via Emacs 28.0.50, Org release_9.3.7-719-gcdfc40.dirty
Good day, everyone!
I have been trying to create a new custom link type with
org-link-set-parameters, which in turn calls functions for the various
"methods" (for lack of a better term), like so:
You can also export to an ascii buffer with C-c C-e t A
and get the result from there. Not sure if this is what you want, how
important is it that the results is in the same buffer right away?
On Wed, Aug 26, 2020 at 3:17 PM Nick Dokos wrote:
> Uwe Brauer writes:
> >> Uwe
Uwe Brauer writes:
>> Uwe Brauer writes:
>> Does this:
> Yes, very much so. It would be great to have that code included in
> orgmode. Did anybody try to
>>> "PN" == Peter Neilson writes:
> On Tue, 25 Aug 2020 15:44:30 -0400, Uwe Brauer wrote:
>> What is the inverse function to
>> I am unable to find anything in the documentation or google.
>> We Brauer
> I tried M-x
> Uwe Brauer writes:
> Does this:
Yes, very much so. It would be great to have that code included in
orgmode. Did anybody try to contact the author?
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