Re: [O] using flet to suppress meta generation in html export?

2018-11-06 Thread Aaron Ecay
unwind-protect (progn your-code-here) (advice-remove 'org-html--build-meta-info my-advice))) (Why do I think this is better, despite being more verbose? Advice-add is specifically designed to change the binding of functions at runtime, and so it does some specialized things that cl-letf doesnʼt do. This in turn means that it should be a more robust way of accomplishing the desired outcome.) -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] C++ is not accepted for SRC block evaluation

2018-05-28 Thread Aaron Ecay
opinion is that we can just document and live with the situation until something much better comes along. But I also donʼt want to stop you from implementing a small and reasonable fix if you are motivated to do so. :) -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] unable to edit indirect-buffer in fundamental mode without losing pretty printing in base buffer org mode

2018-05-28 Thread Aaron Ecay
Hi Nicolas, 2018ko maiatzak 27an, Nicolas Goaziou-ek idatzi zuen: > > Aaron Ecay <aarone...@gmail.com> writes: > >> Of course, done in c32938b7f. I did not realize how the freeze for 9.2 >> was working. > > Thank you. > > BTW, I'm considering creat

Re: [O] C++ is not accepted for SRC block evaluation

2018-05-27 Thread Aaron Ecay
ad-languages will not find it (because the file name does not match). C++ is not a valid choice for the variable AFAICT. The customize interface makes that clear by not offering it as an option, but if the variable is customized outside of customize (so to speak...) chaos reigns... -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Babel - :export-dir and :file-ext arguments cause all blocks to emit files

2018-05-27 Thread Aaron Ecay
Hi Nicolas, 2018ko maiatzak 27an, Nicolas Goaziou-ek idatzi zuen: > > Hello, > > Aaron Ecay <aarone...@gmail.com> writes: > >> Iʼve pushed commit 1643f70d3 to master which documents this behavior. > > Thank you. Please have a look at the consistency edit

Re: [O] unable to edit indirect-buffer in fundamental mode without losing pretty printing in base buffer org mode

2018-05-27 Thread Aaron Ecay
foo-scripts I found it to be quite natural in my testing. So I hope that we can discuss it (as an optional feature, certainly) once 9.2 is out. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Babel - :export-dir and :file-ext arguments cause all blocks to emit files

2018-05-27 Thread Aaron Ecay
of what is a reasonable non-back-compatible > change. Iʼm inclined not to make the change now, but (hopefully remember to) revisit it when Org 10 is imminent. Thanks for raising the issue, -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] unable to edit indirect-buffer in fundamental mode without losing pretty printing in base buffer org mode

2018-05-27 Thread Aaron Ecay
will become visible for editing. It is modeled after a similar feature in emacs built-in prettify-symbols-mode. So, I think that should address your usecase. Thanks for raising the issue. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] RFC: Proposal for an Org Special Block for ox-html

2018-05-27 Thread Aaron Ecay
ox-{hugo,blackfriday}. And I do not think there are any other shortcomings in org core that are left outstanding from this discussion. Thanks again, -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] [patch] Check org-structure-template-alist

2018-05-27 Thread Aaron Ecay
"(\"s\" . \"src\")" > + "See (info \"(org)org-structure-template-alist\")" > + "" > + "The following entries must be updated:" > + "" > + "%s" > + "%s") > + "\n") You could use a multiline string literal. IMO itʼs less ugly (but still ugly...) -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] RFC: Proposal for an Org Special Block for ox-html

2018-05-25 Thread Aaron Ecay
Hi Kaushal, 2018ko maiatzak 24an, Kaushal Modi-ek idatzi zuen: > That's why I am using (org-element-property :attr_html special-block) in > the code to get the raw values to #+attr_html. Iʼm not sure I made myself clear in the previous message. In any case, this org: ╭ │ #+attr_html:

Re: [O] Babel - :export-dir and :file-ext arguments cause all blocks to emit files

2018-05-25 Thread Aaron Ecay
for that case. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] RFC: Proposal for an Org Special Block for ox-html

2018-05-24 Thread Aaron Ecay
to crop up for other elements as well, such that it would be desirable to support it in org core? (This is at least partly me wondering out loud, no need to specifically answer unless something particularly occurs to you one way or the other.) -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] RFC: Proposal for an Org Special Block for ox-html

2018-05-24 Thread Aaron Ecay
the above syntax. Aaron PS Once upon a time, I created ox-extras in contrib as a home for little snippets like this hypothetical before-parsing-hook. It never really took off, but maybe itʼs just biding its time... -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] RFC: Proposal for an Org Special Block for ox-html

2018-05-24 Thread Aaron Ecay
. Many details here. #+end_details This approach would require a supporing change to be made to the ‘org-html-keyword’ function. Just food for thought... -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Inheriting some local variables from source code block editing buffers

2018-05-21 Thread Aaron Ecay
y about the security implications of allowing non-atom values. It seems like a version of this feature that only worked for atoms would be quite limited in functionality. In that case, we should probably call the defcustom above ...apply-unsafe-edit-bindings for the sake of accuracy. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] General advice beyond Org

2018-05-18 Thread Aaron Ecay
t some of this comes as useful advice. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Inheriting some local variables from source code block editing buffers

2018-05-14 Thread Aaron Ecay
shape, but it would be possible to make it raise an error as in your version. I like the pcase version better because itʼs shorter and has fewer nested conditionals, but itʼs ultimately a matter of taste. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Smooth transition for modules

2018-05-08 Thread Aaron Ecay
kage-archives etc to make the package-install call above work correctly. Maybe I was being pessimistic about that, though. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Smooth transition for modules (was: [POLL] Should Org tempo be enabled by default? (expand templates thru e.g. "<s[TAB]"))

2018-05-08 Thread Aaron Ecay
Aaron * Those of us who install org from git might have to do something else to make sure the right version of org-tempo is loaded, but weʼre used to living on the edge. :P -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] [POLL] Should Org tempo be enabled by default? (expand templates thru e.g. "<s[TAB]")

2018-05-07 Thread Aaron Ecay
feature request to the emacs bug tracker, #31383) -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] [POLL] Should Org tempo be enabled by default? (expand templates thru e.g. "<s[TAB]")

2018-05-07 Thread Aaron Ecay
nge was from a cons of (character, template string) to a cons of (string, template string). The relevant commit is b56df73. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Bug: ob-python: Lots of IndentationError [9.1.12 (release_9.1.12-728-ge8a4f3 @ /Users/xcy/src/org-mode/lisp/)]

2018-05-07 Thread Aaron Ecay
raries personally, so I donʼt know how well they will work for you. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] [POLL] Should Org tempo be enabled by default? (expand templates thru e.g. "<s[TAB]")

2018-05-06 Thread Aaron Ecay
and “C-c / v” for a variable The template file corresponding to this is located at $YOUR_EMACS_INSTALL_DIR/etc/srecode/el.srt. Just as an aside, I have now also learned that emacs also includes skeleton.el, which is yet a third template expansion library. Sigh. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] [POLL] Should Org tempo be enabled by default? (expand templates thru e.g. "<s[TAB]")

2018-05-06 Thread Aaron Ecay
o keep using <s[TAB]” [...time passes, a new org release is born...] “now you also have to install org-tempo from somewhere else.” *Here Iʼm using “we” loosely, I imagine it will mostly be up to you with input from Nicolas and Bastien and perhaps others. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] org-babel-do-load-languages

2018-05-03 Thread Aaron Ecay
Variable Definitions"). -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] [POLL] Should Org tempo be enabled by default? (expand templates thru e.g. "<s[TAB]")

2018-05-02 Thread Aaron Ecay
e best place for it eventually would be org-contrib or GNU ELPA, and not org core. If that is decided now, then we can include that information in the upgrade message (i.e. that users who opt in to org-tempo will eventually have to install it specifically). -- Aaron Ecay >From 414503d59b2129c

Re: [O] Inheriting some local variables from source code block editing buffers

2018-05-01 Thread Aaron Ecay
; Also, what do you think about :edit-bindings or :edit-locals instead > of :edit-vars? :var is a completely different thing, and :edit-vars > may cause confusion, given the similarity of the name. Agreed. I prefer -bindings, but I suppose itʼs not terribly important: either of your proposed names is a big improvement. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Inheriting some local variables from source code block editing buffers

2018-05-01 Thread Aaron Ecay
2018ko maiatzak 1an, Göktuğ Kayaalp-ek idatzi zuen: > > On 2018-05-01 20:35 +01, Aaron Ecay <aarone...@gmail.com> wrote: >> Thinking about it some more, lexical binding is not a good case for >> this feature, since it has to be set not only in the edit buffer, but >

Re: [O] Inheriting some local variables from source code block editing buffers

2018-05-01 Thread Aaron Ecay
mplemented yet, though. Aaron PS Itʼs best to use “reply all” and include the org mode mailing list in replies, to make sure everyone following the thread sees all the messages. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Inheriting some local variables from source code block editing buffers

2018-05-01 Thread Aaron Ecay
lexical-binding: t in elisp src blocks -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] [POLL] Should Org tempo be enabled by default? (expand templates thru e.g. "<s[TAB]")

2018-05-01 Thread Aaron Ecay
our full message. To be specific, this would entail (eventually) getting rid of the org-structure-template-alist variable entirely, as well as the menu now bound to C-c C-,; the former would be replaced by (AFAIUI) template files that would be included with org and/or created by users for their custom t

Re: [O] [POLL] Should Org tempo be enabled by default? (expand templates thru e.g. "<s[TAB]")

2018-05-01 Thread Aaron Ecay
r warnings when expanding >From 012f8d0b71c76f5d255af6bdaeb2d9c83a47cf85 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Aaron Ecay <aarone...@gmail.com> Date: Tue, 1 May 2018 15:32:36 +0100 Subject: [PATCH] Use minor-mode machinery for org-tempo * lisp/org-tempo.el (org-tempo-mode): (org-tempo-global-mode): New

Re: [O] [RFC] Remove Org Struct mode

2017-08-22 Thread Aaron Ecay
it will make maintenance much easier while (as you pointed out) still leaving alternative solutions for recovering (most of) its functionality. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] [ANN] New Org duration library

2017-02-22 Thread Aaron Ecay
y, accurate to two decimal places. A duration shorter than a day uses units of an hour instead. Finally, the value can be set to the symbols `h:mm:ss' or `h:mm', which means a duration, whatever its length, is expressed as a \"H:MM:SS\" or \"H:MM\" string respectively. These options are convenient shorthand which is equivalent to ((special . h:mm:ss)) or ((special . h:mm)). -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] org-export-babel-evaluate=nil ignores ":exports results" setting - this has changed

2017-02-21 Thread Aaron Ecay
thereʼs some compelling reason for it to exist that Iʼve overlooked. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Sync up the org in emacs master to org maint branch?

2017-01-31 Thread Aaron Ecay
be more worried that this kind of approach will accelerate the advent of dependency hell with ELPA packages...but I think all package repos have to confront that problem eventually. So Iʼd file that thought under “inevitable growing pains” rather than “arguments against”. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] [PATCH] New header parameter :show-process for Org-babel-clojure

2016-11-18 Thread Aaron Ecay
jure-sync-nrepl-timeout' It looks like this warning results from a defcustom for this variable not being included in the patch (and AFAICT it should be). -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] force italic mode?

2016-11-18 Thread Aaron Ecay
-entities is \zwj (zero width word-joining space): foo\zwj{}/bar/\zwj{}baz I have an entry like the following defined in org-entities-user for this purpose: ("nothing" "" nil "" "" "" "") It might be worth considering adding to org-entities, but I’ve never proposed it as it looks like an ugly hack to me. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Capture templates - using result from %^g twice?

2016-11-18 Thread Aaron Ecay
with =':'= but this did =not > work either (invalid-read-syntax). > > How can I get this to work? You need to escape the quotes with a single backslash. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] org-eldoc and shell

2016-10-18 Thread Aaron Ecay
Hi Fabrice, shell-mode is a shell emulation mode – what you get when you type M-x shell. You should use sh (or bash, as applicable) in the header line of your src blocks. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] [RFC] Change visibility for bracket links

2016-10-13 Thread Aaron Ecay
Hi Nicolas, 2016ko urriak 13an, Nicolas Goaziou-ek idatzi zuen: > > Hello, > > Aaron Ecay <aarone...@gmail.com> writes: > >> FWIW, I agree. On the other hand, many people object to the brackets. > > I don't mind adding a variable. I think that org in g

Re: [O] [RFC] Change visibility for bracket links

2016-10-13 Thread Aaron Ecay
d be changed by customization). It looks like such an effect is achievable by combining the cursor-sensor-functions text property with set-cursor-color. WDYT? -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] [BUG] TRAMP error in PDF export

2016-10-07 Thread Aaron Ecay
Hi Phil, Org isn’t currently set up to handle compiling Latex documents on a remote machine. I suppose the relevant function should detect such an attempt, and immediately error out. Over the longer term, remote compilation support could be added. -- Aaron Ecay

[O] Fwd: Re: Graphics to HTML, LaTeX/PDF and DocBook?

2016-10-04 Thread Aaron Ecay
. HTH, -- Aaron Ecay --- End Message --- -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Add org-bookmark-heading to Org proper?

2016-09-22 Thread Aaron Ecay
or any patches to org-mode core. The assignment process takes some time, so (if the assignment is something you want to do) you can go ahead and get started. You only have to go through the process once, and you’re covered for this and all future contributions to org mode/emacs. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] XML dump of org file?

2016-09-22 Thread Aaron Ecay
Hi Norman, Have a look at the org-element library, which can produce an sexp representation of the structure of an org document. (In particular the function ‘org-element-parse-buffer’). You’ll need to convert the sexps to XML, but that’s a comparatively minor task. HTH, -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Feedback on changes to org-id

2016-09-22 Thread Aaron Ecay
r version of Org), and there would be deprecation warnings to encourage package authors to switch to the new API. So packages like yours would continue to work without interruption, and they could eventually move to the new API at the appropriate time (as judged by their authors). -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Babel Export - Getting asked for coding system

2016-09-22 Thread Aaron Ecay
and in the perl code). This is because ob-perl does not support the :results graphics syntax (which could be classed as a wishlist-type bug). -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Feedback on changes to org-id

2016-09-21 Thread Aaron Ecay
bothered by it, FWIW). If it’s not acceptable, perhaps this variable should be replaced by a new defcustom ‘org-id-write-database’ which would control only the writing of the DB to disk (but unlike the existing implementation would not turn off the ID tracking code paths within the emacs session). TIA, -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] [org-src, patch] colored source blocks

2016-09-21 Thread Aaron Ecay
h in lisp [(:background "XXX") vs. "XXX"] and via the customize interface. So this flexibility seems to just introduce additional complications for virtually no benefit in usability. But maybe I’m missing something...? -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] using rgrep, ag, etc in folded org files?

2016-09-12 Thread Aaron Ecay
function should be added to org-mode, if enough people find it useful). -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] fill paragraph: break after sentence.

2016-09-06 Thread Aaron Ecay
ew '(org-caption . exact) filladapt-token-conversion-table :test #'equal)) (visual-line-mode 1) (auto-fill-mode 0)) (add-hook 'org-mode-hook #'awe-org-setup-fill-hook) #+END_SRC -- Aaron Ecay

[O] Feedback on changes to org-id

2016-09-02 Thread Aaron Ecay
d. Thanks, -- Aaron Ecay >From 925c6f4e920555c402be271443d167d60dff Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Aaron Ecay <aarone...@gmail.com> Date: Fri, 2 Sep 2016 23:30:10 +0100 Subject: [PATCH] Draft changes to org-id --- contrib/lisp/org-drill.el | 2 +- contrib/lisp/org-index.el |

Re: [O] org-entities.el bug in "Delta"

2016-09-02 Thread Aaron Ecay
Hi Nicolas, 2016ko irailak 1an, Nicolas Goaziou-ek idatzi zuen: > > Hello, > > Aaron Ecay <aarone...@gmail.com> writes: > >> This is fixed in commit ab5e100 on the maint branch. Thanks for the >> report. > > Thank you for taking care of that. > >

Re: [O] org-entities.el bug in "Delta"

2016-09-01 Thread Aaron Ecay
Hi Matthew, This is fixed in commit ab5e100 on the maint branch. Thanks for the report. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] org2pdf export broken on parabola

2016-08-28 Thread Aaron Ecay
by either removing the entry for the fontenc package from org-latex-default-packages-alist, or setting org-latex-compiler to either lualatex or xelatex (newer latex compilers neither of which use fontenc). Of course, either of these might uncover further problems (the parabola approach to packaging texlive seems pretty haphazard), but I believe either step would fix the problem you have reported. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Suggestion: prettify \nbsp{} as NO-BREAK SPACE

2016-08-28 Thread Aaron Ecay
exporting to (UTF8) plain text. 2016ko abuztuak 28an, Clément Pit--Claudel-ek idatzi zuen: > I can provide a patch if it is useful. Thanks for the offer. I went ahead and made the change (on the master branch), since it was so simple. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] org2pdf export broken on parabola

2016-08-26 Thread Aaron Ecay
ur problem more precisely, and figure out what needs to be changed to make it work. Thanks, -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] error in capture

2016-07-18 Thread Aaron Ecay
Hi Eric, It’s a known bug in recent versions of org and/or emacs. No one knows exactly what triggers the problem yet, and it’s being discussed in the emacs bug tracker <https://debbugs.gnu.org/cgi/bugreport.cgi?bug=23917>. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] History list for %^{...} in capture

2016-05-26 Thread Aaron Ecay
ompletion exactly as you desire for your own usecase. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Bug: Write file while editing babel code block doesn't work as expected [8.3.4 (release_8.3.4-778-g8127b3 @ /usr/local/share/emacs/site-lisp/org/)]

2016-05-13 Thread Aaron Ecay
Hi Nicolas, hi all, 2016ko maiatzak 13an, Nicolas Goaziou-ek idatzi zuen: > > Hello, > > Aaron Ecay <aarone...@gmail.com> writes: > >> Is this a correct change? Previously, C-x C-s in the org-src buffer >> would save the underlying .org file, which was

Re: [O] Bug: Write file while editing babel code block doesn't work as expected [8.3.4 (release_8.3.4-778-g8127b3 @ /usr/local/share/emacs/site-lisp/org/)]

2016-05-12 Thread Aaron Ecay
rlying .org file, which was useful. AFAICS this now would not work. I also wonder whether autosave will work correctly from the org-src buffer. I think the other suggestion in this thread (to use write-region) is a better solution. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] [BUG] Noweb reference eval syntax does not work

2016-05-12 Thread Aaron Ecay
of :noweb-ref can be reimplemented in terms of other primitives. And given Nicolas’s comments about the complications and bugs it introduces, I’d be in favor of deprecating and eventually removing it. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Errors get suppressed by org-babel-execute-src-block

2016-02-22 Thread Aaron Ecay
Hi Nick, hi Nicolas, 2016ko otsailak 20an, Nick Dokos-ek idatzi zuen: >> IMO, it looks good. You might as well push it and wait for more >> feedback, if needed. >> >> Regards, > > I did some testing as well and it seems to work. Thanks for the feedback. Pushed to master. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Help with fixing an org-mode multicolumn implementation - LaTeX special characters

2016-02-22 Thread Aaron Ecay
n > the same for multirow would be really nice... Unfortunately I think that’s more complicated, since it would necessitate examining/modifying the whole table in one go, rather than operating one row at a time. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Unit test table

2016-02-14 Thread Aaron Ecay
Hi Eduardo, 2016ko otsailak 13an, Eduardo Bellani-ek idatzi zuen: > > Hey Aaron, thanks for the input. > > I don't think that solves my problem. Look at the attached; I think it does what you’re asking for. Hope this helps, -- Aaron Ecay example.org Description: Lotus Organizer

Re: [O] Errors get suppressed by org-babel-execute-src-block

2016-02-14 Thread Aaron Ecay
post the patch, I'll try out some simple tests over the > weekend too. It’s now split into two patches, attached to this message. -- Aaron Ecay >From 1e0f0e335bf594c6fe50581deb0775971a97f4f4 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Aaron Ecay <aarone...@gmail.com> Date: Sun, 14 Feb 2016 15:1

Re: [O] Invalid function: org-babel-header-args-safe-fn in Melpa

2016-02-14 Thread Aaron Ecay
d not just for org), but I think there has been some work put into making sure it doesn’t happen any more. (I know emacs developers were discussing them and then they seemed to go away so I assumed they were fixed...it’s possible I was mistaken though.) If I had to guess, I’d say that line 63 of packages.el in your jmax setup defeats these fixes. Try commenting it out. It should not be necessary to manually byte-compile packages: package.el should do that for you. And in this case, I hypothesize that it is actually harmful. Hope this helps, -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Errors get suppressed by org-babel-execute-src-block

2016-02-12 Thread Aaron Ecay
which I’ll do as soon as I can. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Errors get suppressed by org-babel-execute-src-block

2016-02-12 Thread Aaron Ecay
Hi Nicolas, 2016ko otsailak 10an, Nicolas Goaziou-ek idatzi zuen: > > Hello, > > Aaron Ecay <aarone...@gmail.com> writes: > >> I’d like to install the attached patch to master, if there are no >> objections. That should resolve your concern as wel

Re: [O] babel question: how to detect the REPL has finished replying

2016-02-11 Thread Aaron Ecay
’ macro for the implementation. (This is the usual function of the org-babel-coq-eoe variable that your last patch deleted. It was probably cargo-culted in from another backend and never properly implemented.) Hope this is helpful, -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] org-capture -- optionally add time-of-day as with C-c . ?

2016-02-10 Thread Aaron Ecay
. But in my testing, %^T only inserts a time if one is entered by the user.) -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Errors get suppressed by org-babel-execute-src-block

2016-02-10 Thread Aaron Ecay
olve your concern as well as cleaning up the dead code. Aaron -- Aaron Ecay >From bdb68585d5b0ddf5a6c9876028b5f2be2f17e66a Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Aaron Ecay <aarone...@gmail.com> Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2016 19:39:04 + Subject: [PATCH] ob-core: remove cruft MIME-Version: 1.0 Conten

Re: [O] Unit test table

2016-02-06 Thread Aaron Ecay
ults table ;; Code that does the calculations in your tblfm line ;; `input' is a variable holding your input table #+end_src -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Problem with threeparttable and sidewaystable, or: change request for (org-latex-tables-centered) behaviour

2016-02-06 Thread Aaron Ecay
causes problems, or are you speaking from experience? [...] > and adding > > #+ATTR_LATEX: :center I think this should work, except that it needs to be written: #+ATTR_LATEX: :center t -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Subtree export problems

2016-02-06 Thread Aaron Ecay
onvoluted. Instead of a src block + keyword thing, why not just use #+latex (or #+latex_header) to insert the code you need? -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] [ANN] Radio lists update

2015-12-05 Thread Aaron Ecay
lain list. See docstring for details. > > Feedback welcome. It looks good. Thanks for your work. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] [PATCH] org-protocol: Allow key=val=value2-style URLs

2015-12-05 Thread Aaron Ecay
(result (if greedy restoffiles (cadr split > + (result (if greedy restoffiles (cadr split))) > +(new-style (string= (match-string 1 fname) "?"))) As a way to encourage users to move to new-style links, should we add a warning if new-style = nil? Thanks again for the patch, -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] footnote fontify causing massive slowdown

2015-12-05 Thread Aaron Ecay
x. Then there’s the fact that syntax fontification (incl. org-elements cache) is going to have such different performance characteristics I’m not sure we can predict where the bottlenecks will be. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] footnote fontify causing massive slowdown

2015-12-05 Thread Aaron Ecay
Hi Nicolas, 2015ko abenudak 5an, Nicolas Goaziou-ek idatzi zuen: > > Hello, > > Aaron Ecay <aarone...@gmail.com> writes: > >> Indeed. However, this code was needlessly slow because it failed to >> take advantage of short-circuit evaluation. > > A

Re: [O] [PATCH] org-protocol: Allow optional port specification

2015-12-03 Thread Aaron Ecay
unction which is an element of ‘org-protocol-protocol-alist’, and the query string gives the arguments to this function. Does that make sense? Aaron -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Featur request org-table-iterate-table-subtree

2015-12-03 Thread Aaron Ecay
s your desired usage than the ones you listed (and would caution you that using narrowing to defeat the uniqueness assumption, while perhaps adequate for the short term, is fragile and could break at any time). -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] refontifying links

2015-12-03 Thread Aaron Ecay
require a complicated web of third-party dependencies to “work” at all. It’s a delicate balance... -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Error "No :file header argument given" - minor bug?

2015-12-03 Thread Aaron Ecay
Hi Loris, It’s difficult to say without more context, but I think you might not need :results graphics on the code block that you are #+call-ing. :results graphics is intended for situations where Org should arrange for the plot to be written, whereas you have undertaken this yourself. -- Aaron

Re: [O] fixmee / syntax-ppss

2015-12-03 Thread Aaron Ecay
buffer (including but not limited to inlinetasks) by pressing C-c / t. (This is just the tip of the iceberg wrt listing/sorting/filtering org headlines.) -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Using link abbrevations for EXPORT_FILE_NAME ?

2015-11-15 Thread Aaron Ecay
case, the link will break. (Maybe the link could be made to work in org by using e.g. an ID link – but someone still might want the mobile version of bar/page.html to live at mobile/bar/page.html not mobile/page.html). Maybe you have a different kind of use-case in mind? Thanks, -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] [PATCH] ox-extra.el: Fix filtering of latex header blocks

2015-11-10 Thread Aaron Ecay
end) > + "\n") > +2 Here I think you should use (org-element-property :value X) to get the contents-lines. This means that it should be added to the list that’s constructed from :begin, :end, and :post-affiliated higher up. (And then I think :post-affiliated can be dropped from that list.) I’m not sure why I didn’t do it that way in the first place, actually. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] [PATCH 7/8] ox-taskjuggler.el: allow 'priority' to be a directly-specified integer

2015-11-10 Thread Aaron Ecay
map to 1000, 750, 500, 250, and 0. Etc. The letter/integer substitution is a bit opaque. So is the fact that org-lowest-priority (by default the ASCII codepoint for ‘C’ = 67) is a larger integer than org-highest-priority (ASCII ‘A’ = 65), despite what the names suggest. Does that help any? -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] [PATCH] ox-taskjuggler.el: allow direct 'depends' specification

2015-11-10 Thread Aaron Ecay
nsidered it. Either way, it would be good to put the documentation link you gave into the docstring, as a pointer to the allowed values of the variable. Does that make sense? -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Allowing loose ordering in Org files (Was: bug in org-habits)

2015-11-09 Thread Aaron Ecay
t the proposal from a cross-section of the community. So what I’ve said will, I hope, function partially as a lens through which to understand that feedback, as well as a framework in which to continue discussion if it’s needed. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] [PATCH 7/8] ox-taskjuggler.el: allow 'priority' to be a directly-specified integer

2015-11-09 Thread Aaron Ecay
;; via the Org priority mechahism (which is currently > broken), Can you say more about what breakage you mean? Is it something that can be easily fixed? Thanks, -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] [PATCH] ox-taskjuggler.el: allow direct 'depends' specification

2015-11-09 Thread Aaron Ecay
ring :tag "Preamble")) > > (defcustom org-taskjuggler-valid-task-attributes Is this an open-ended list that an average user could meaningfully add to? If not, perhaps it should be a defconst. (I don’t know anything about the taskjuggler format, so I’m sure whatever decision you make will be OK.) -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] visual-fill-column-mode with org

2015-11-08 Thread Aaron Ecay
. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] :noweb no-export and syntax highlighting upon export to html

2015-11-08 Thread Aaron Ecay
htmlize is > supposed to give you what you see on screen, hence this was a bug. I’m glad the bug has disappeared (at least, that’s what I understand from your message). Thanks for the update, and do let us know if it comes back. Thanks, -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Using orgstruct-mode (or just org-cycle) in emacs-lisp-mode

2015-11-08 Thread Aaron Ecay
I believe it still works fine, and it may be an alternative route towards the features you are looking for. The package is on github: <https://github.com/tj64/outshine>. It’s also available through melpa. -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Changes to contrib

2015-11-08 Thread Aaron Ecay
epo with the individual contrib packages, though I’ve no idea how complex that task would be.) -- Aaron Ecay

Re: [O] Conditional link export?

2015-11-08 Thread Aaron Ecay
Hi Oleh, 2015ko azaroak 8an, Oleh Krehel-ek idatzi zuen: > > Aaron Ecay <aarone...@gmail.com> writes: > >> Extra elisp inside the org file is an important way of extending the >> power of org markup. Why don’t you want to use it? > > Including boilerplate Elis

Re: [O] Lexical binding bug in org-list.el?

2015-11-08 Thread Aaron Ecay
e could simply update > `org-list-to-generic' to be more robust and be done with it. I can > implement it in a couple of hours (and debug it in a couple of > months...). OK. Don’t hesitate to ask if there’s some way we can help, of course. Thanks, -- Aaron Ecay >From 2c41ae7704c1330

Re: [O] [RFC] [PATCH] allow bind keywords to set safe values

2015-11-07 Thread Aaron Ecay
Hi Nicolas, 2015ko azaroak 6an, Nicolas Goaziou-ek idatzi zuen: > > Hello, > > Aaron Ecay <aarone...@gmail.com> writes: > >> BIND keywords should be used for controlling export, rather than the >> usual emacs method of setting file local variables >&g

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