Re: refresh not working for org-mode from git

2022-09-24 Thread Colin Baxter
The solution is to use `make autoloads'. I suppose that should have been obvious to me at the beginning. After git pull (`+' in vc-dir) the working recipe is: 1. rm *.elc 2. Update in org-mode buffer using C-c C-x ! 3. make clean 4. make autoloads 5. Check update org-mode via C-c C-x! 6. make

Re: refresh not working for org-mode from git

2022-09-24 Thread Colin Baxter
Dear Ithor, >>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> Recently, if I use C-c C-x ! to refresh org-mode after a git >> pull, I get an error. I then have to close down emacs and launch >> again. This rather defeats t

Re: refresh not working for org-mode from git

2022-09-24 Thread Colin Baxter
Thank you for your detailed reply. >>>>> Tim Cross writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> Recently, if I use C-c C-x ! to refresh org-mode after a git >> pull, I get an error. I then have to close down emacs and launch >> again. This

refresh not working for org-mode from git

2022-09-23 Thread Colin Baxter
Recently, if I use C-c C-x ! to refresh org-mode after a git pull, I get an error. I then have to close down emacs and launch again. This rather defeats the object of C-c C-x !. This appears to have happened only recently The Backtrace is --8<---cut

Re: Images in org-mode

2022-09-11 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Mark Barton writes: >> On Sep 10, 2022, at 12:03 PM, Colin Baxter wrote: >> >> >> I seem to remember that the option >> >> #+ATTR_ORG: :width 100 >> >> could scale the display of an i

Images in org-mode

2022-09-10 Thread Colin Baxter
I seem to remember that the option #+ATTR_ORG: :width 100 could scale the display of an image in an org-mode file. This no longer works - perhaps it never did. How should I scale an image display in an org-mode file (not exported)? Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

Re: org-verse-num: display verse numbers within a verse block

2022-08-07 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> > https://gitlab.com/maciaschain/org-verse-num >> >> Your site tells me to turn JavaScript, enable Cookies and >> complete a CAPTCHA, all of which I refuse to do. &

Re: org-verse-num: display verse numbers within a verse block

2022-08-07 Thread Colin Baxter
> Juan Manuel Macías writes: > Hi all, I've added some minor improvements to my little package > 'org-verse-num', which was born out of necessity in my translation > to spanish (work-in-progress) of Homer's Odyssey (11600 verses > spread over 24 books): >

Re: commit e22b4eb7 kills formatting & color

2022-08-02 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> I disable popups so I always receive a buffer with: >> >> --8<---cut here---start->8--- >> The local variables list in test.org o

Re: commit e22b4eb7 kills formatting & color

2022-08-02 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> No, I spoke too soon. That is not the answer. For me using "emacs >> -q", an opened org file will expand the folds using but >> there is still no synatx coloring. This is proba

Re: Font-locking lost when using some local variables

2022-08-02 Thread Colin Baxter
ous versions of org handled it without any problem. > # -*- buffer-auto-save-file-name: nil -*- * Test ** Hello I have experienced the same issue. I reported it yesterday here. The link is https://list.orgmode.org/orgmode/871qu0jo1w....@yandex.com/ Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

Re: commit e22b4eb7 kills formatting & color

2022-08-01 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Colin Baxter writes: >>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: >> Colin Baxter writes: >>> > Do you have any idea which particular file-local variable is > >>> leading to the breakage? >>> >>> Well

Re: commit e22b4eb7 kills formatting & color

2022-08-01 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> > Do you have any idea which particular file-local variable is > >> leading to the breakage? >> >> Well I'm tempted to say all of them because I have local >> v

Re: commit e22b4eb7 kills formatting & color

2022-08-01 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> With the latest org-mode, my org files have lost all syntax >> coloring and org-mode formatting. They are essentially dead. If I >> revert commit e22b4eb7 then they come back to life

commit e22b4eb7 kills formatting & color

2022-08-01 Thread Colin Baxter
the e22b4eb7 commit. Have other users experienced similar issues? Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

Re: wrong type argument with latest org and [not] latest emacs

2022-07-07 Thread Colin Baxter
Excellent! Best wishes,

Re: wrong type argument with latest org and [not] latest emacs

2022-07-07 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Alain Cochard writes: > Colin Baxter writes on Tue 5 Jul 2022 20:24: >> >>>>> Colin Baxter writes: >> >> >>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: >> Colin Baxter >&g

Re: wrong type argument with latest org and latest emacs

2022-07-05 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Colin Baxter writes: >>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: >> Colin Baxter writes: >>> I'm sending this to emacs.orgmode and emacs.devel lists. >>> >>> With the latest emacs: >>> >>> &

Re: wrong type argument with latest org and latest emacs

2022-07-05 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> I'm sending this to emacs.orgmode and emacs.devel lists. >> >> With the latest emacs: >> >> >> Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument stringp

wrong type argument with latest org and latest emacs

2022-07-05 Thread Colin Baxter
I'm sending this to emacs.orgmode and emacs.devel lists. With the latest emacs: (1) emacs -q (2) M-x org-version --> Org mode version 9.5.4 (release_9.5.4-3-g6dc785 (4) C-x C-c --> emacs closes with no messages (5) Repeat (1) (6) In scratch buffer load latest org-mode by eval

Re: Clocktable parameters

2022-07-03 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter ️ writes: >> I find the differences between the variables >> >> (1) org-clocktable-defaults (2) >> org-agenda-clockreport-parameter-plist >> >> hard to understan

Re: Missing from Info

2022-06-23 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> I think that this potentially confusing to someone unfamiliar in >> the format of an info file. I had thought of suggesting the line >> be changed to "The next sections have further

Re: Missing from Info

2022-06-21 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> The latest org-mode info has a section entitled: "13.10.2 LaTeX >> specific export settings". At the foot of that Section is the >> line: "The following sections have

Missing from Info

2022-06-21 Thread Colin Baxter
Hello, The latest org-mode info has a section entitled: "13.10.2 LaTeX specific export settings". At the foot of that Section is the line: "The following sections have further details." There is nothing following. Best wishes,

Re: org-noter

2022-05-16 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Uwe Brauer writes: --- Snip -- > BTW does this mode set any sort of marker in the pdf? I have never seen any marker in the pdf file. Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

Re: org-noter

2022-05-15 Thread Colin Baxter
Hello Uwe > Uwe Brauer writes: > Hi I am running GNU emacs master (2 month old) and have not been > able to use successfully org-noter. > When I open a pdf file with doc-view there seems no way to add a > note to the file. The documentation says one should simple press

Re: [PATCH] Re: org-agenda-clock-report-header

2022-05-12 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> Unfortunately, I see no difference in my clock tables whether I >> have org-agenda-clock-report-header set to t, nil or something >> like "My-Heading", or if I put :Header: as a

Re: Regarding arbitrary Org blocks

2022-05-11 Thread Colin Baxter
ers on a bug, where my question was considered as > a configuration question. I very much support the idea that special and source blocks should be treatable in the same way. I'd like to be able to edit example and quote using C-c '. Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

Re: [PATCH] Re: org-agenda-clock-report-header

2022-05-09 Thread Colin Baxter
Hello Ihor, >>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> Could more information perhaps be added to the doc string of >> "org-agenda-clock-report-header"? And an example would be very >> useful. As it stands at present, I

org-agenda-clock-report-header

2022-05-08 Thread Colin Baxter
Hello, Could more information perhaps be added to the doc string of "org-agenda-clock-report-header"? And an example would be very useful. As it stands at present, I haven't a clue as to what the variable does and why it might be useful. Thank you. Colin Baxter.

Re: Cursor stays TODO creation

2022-04-27 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> With the latest org-mode, if I set a TODO keyword then after its >> creation the cursor stays to the left of "T". In the past it >> would move one space beyond the "O

Cursor stays TODO creation

2022-04-27 Thread Colin Baxter
Hello, With the latest org-mode, if I set a TODO keyword then after its creation the cursor stays to the left of "T". In the past it would move one space beyond the "O". Is this a new feature? If it is then it's a nuisance. Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

Re: Cannot link to files with no extension

2022-03-12 Thread Colin Baxter
> Nick Dokos writes: > Nick Dokos writes: >> Check also the value of the system-specific variable >> `org-file-apps-{gnus,windowsnt,macos}' - whichever is applcible >> to your case. > That should be `org-file-apps-{gnu,windowsnt,macos}'. -- Nick > "There are only

Re: Cannot link to files with no extension

2022-03-11 Thread Colin Baxter
I see the problem using emacs -Q, as I reported in a previous email.

Re: Cannot link to files with no extension

2022-03-10 Thread Colin Baxter
Hi Nick, >>>>> Nick Dokos writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> 6. In a.org enter [[file:./z][This is file z]] and save. >> >> 7. Click on the link. >> >> 8. Message "Running less in /path/to/z ... done", but link

Re: Cannot link to files with no extension

2022-03-09 Thread Colin Baxter
Hello, Bhavin, >>>>> Bhavin Gandhi writes: > Hello Colin, > On Wed, 9 Mar 2022 at 02:24, Colin Baxter wrote: >> Org-mode cannot link to files without an extension. I therefore >> cannot use org-store-link for org-journal files, etc.

Cannot link to files with no extension

2022-03-08 Thread Colin Baxter
Org-mode cannot link to files without an extension. I therefore cannot use org-store-link for org-journal files, etc. Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

typo in org-clock.el

2022-01-23 Thread Colin Baxter
At line 2512 :end should be :tend as in: (user-error "Clocktable `:step' can only be used with `:block' or `:tstart, :tend'"))

Re: Depreciating TeX-style LaTeX fragments

2022-01-16 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Juan Manuel Macías writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> Ah, LaTeX3 - whatever happened to that? > If you're a LaTeX user, you're already using LaTeX3 to a very high > extent, even if you don't see it. The current idea is not to > rep

Re: Depreciating TeX-style LaTeX fragments

2022-01-16 Thread Colin Baxter
> Sébastien Miquel writes: > Hi, With respect to readability, I only mean to point out that the > $…$ syntax is one less character, and that the \(\) characters are > quite overloaded. Indeed. Compare something like $g=\lim_{\delta m\to 0}(\delta F/\delta m)$ with

Re: [BUG] Prefer lowercase #+results [9.5.2 (release_9.5.2-3-geb9f34 @ /Users/salutis/src/emacs/nextstep/Emacs.app/Contents/Resources/lisp/org/)]

2022-01-11 Thread Colin Baxter
> Rudolf Adamkovič writes: > Ihor Radchenko writes: >> So, unless there is overwhelming support for changing uppercase >> defaults into lowercase and a thorough patch, I am inclined >> towards preserving the existing behaviour. > The results so far: > - For

Re: [BUG] Prefer lowercase #+results [9.5.2 (release_9.5.2-3-geb9f34 @ /Users/salutis/src/emacs/nextstep/Emacs.app/Contents/Resources/lisp/org/)]

2022-01-11 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter  writes: >> What is the point of changing a default? Users can change to >> whatever they like, but a default is a default - i.e. remains >> fixed. Why a particular default arose belongs to peculi

Re: [BUG] Prefer lowercase #+results [9.5.2 (release_9.5.2-3-geb9f34 @ /Users/salutis/src/emacs/nextstep/Emacs.app/Contents/Resources/lisp/org/)]

2022-01-10 Thread Colin Baxter
> Timothy writes: > Hi Gyro, >> Consider Emerson’s quote: >> >> “A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds, adored >> by little statesmen and philosophers and divines. With >> consistency a great soul has simply nothing to do.” > I think applying a

Re: [BUG] Prefer lowercase #+results [9.5.2 (release_9.5.2-3-geb9f34 @ /Users/salutis/src/emacs/nextstep/Emacs.app/Contents/Resources/lisp/org/)]

2022-01-08 Thread Colin Baxter
> Rudolf Adamkovič writes: > If I remember well, Org decided to suggest with lowercase keywords > (and use uppercase keywords in the manual, for some reason). > Then, we should change "org-babel-results-keyword" from "RESULTS" > to "results". Change it for yourself. Please

Re: Feedback on Emacs-Jupyter

2022-01-04 Thread Colin Baxter
> Nathaniel Nicandro writes: > Hello all, > I'm the maintainer of the emacs-jupyter project > (https://github.com/nnicandro/emacs-jupyter) which essentially > integrates Jupyter kernels (https://jupyter.org) with Org mode > source blocks. jupyter.org in using cloudflare

Re: org-journal key-bind confusion

2022-01-02 Thread Colin Baxter
I've changed the kbd for org-journal-new-entry to "C-c j". Simpler too. Thanks. Best wishes, Colin -

Re: org-journal key-bind confusion

2022-01-02 Thread Colin Baxter
Thank you for the reply. >>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter  writes: >> There appears to be confusion between "org-journal-new-entry" and >> "org-goto". My ME is: >> >> 1. emacs -Q (I used emacs-29.0

org-journal key-bind confusion

2022-01-01 Thread Colin Baxter
le (say "test.org") from C-x C-f 8. C-h c 9. C-c C-j 10. "C-c C-j runs the command org-goto" Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

Re: Future TODOs with notes appear prematurely

2021-12-17 Thread Colin Baxter
d org-agenda-log-mode-items? Well, this is embarrassing. On a newly launched emacs, I cannot now reproduce what I originally saw. I am sorry for forgetting to try the obvious things before posting! > On 12/17/21, Colin Baxter  wrote: >> Hello, >> >> A TODO

Future TODOs with notes appear prematurely

2021-12-17 Thread Colin Baxter
can I keep the TODO item hidden until its scheduled date? Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

Re: [BUG] Plain capture template clocks into following headline instead of given olp [9.5.1 (release_9.5.1-15-gdb4805 @ /usr/share/emacs/29.0.50/lisp/org/)]

2021-12-08 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter  writes: >> If you get no response on this org-mode list, perhaps re-submit >> it as a normal emacs bug (M-x report-emacs-bug ). > That's not a good idea. org-mode related staff is just forwarded

Re: [BUG] Plain capture template clocks into following headline instead of given olp [9.5.1 (release_9.5.1-15-gdb4805 @ /usr/share/emacs/29.0.50/lisp/org/)]

2021-12-07 Thread Colin Baxter
Hello Michael, > Michael Eliachevitch writes: > Hello Colin, >> This is amazing. I have run into exactly the same problem. I was >> wondering whether to report it! >> >> Oh, and I can reproduce the bug with your ECM. > Glad that I'm not alone. When you say you ran

Re: [BUG] Plain capture template clocks into following headline instead of given olp [9.5.1 (release_9.5.1-15-gdb4805 @ /usr/share/emacs/29.0.50/lisp/org/)]

2021-12-07 Thread Colin Baxter
(file+olp "~/org/clock_test.org" "Time sinks" > "Eating") "" :clock-in t :clock-keep t :immediate-finish t))) > My `clock_test.org' has the following headings: > * Time sinks ** Unintended ** Eating This is amazing. I have run into exactly the same problem. I was wondering whether to report it! Oh, and I can reproduce the bug with your ECM. Thanks for reporting it. Best wishes, Colin Baxter. signature.asc Description: PGP signature

Re: org-element-cache warning even when off

2021-12-02 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter  writes: >> I do not have an org-persist cache present. So I wonder where is >> the cache that I am supposedly corrupting. > That warning is shown when org-element--parse-to throws an error

org-element-cache warning even when off

2021-12-02 Thread Colin Baxter
resent. So I wonder where is the cache that I am supposedly corrupting. Best wishes Colin Baxter.

Re: [BUG] clocktable :inherit-props does not respect global property setting [9.4.6 (9.4.6-12-gdcc3a8-elpa @ /home/jet/.config/emacs/elpa/org-20210823/)]

2021-12-01 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Jeff Trull writes: > Confirmed, after updating org it now works! Thanks for your help. > On Tue, Nov 30, 2021 at 1:07 AM Colin Baxter  wrote: >> Hello Jeff >> >> You clock table works for me, including your missing rat

Clocktable parameters

2021-11-30 Thread Colin Baxter
pointers or a reference - thank you. Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

Re: [BUG] clocktable :inherit-props does not respect global property setting [9.4.6 (9.4.6-12-gdcc3a8-elpa @ /home/jet/.config/emacs/elpa/org-20210823/)]

2021-11-30 Thread Colin Baxter
Hello Jeff You clock table works for me, including your missing rate of 150. I attach a screen shot. By the way, you have a ":inherit-props t" which is not on the #+BEGIN: clocktable line. I assume that has been corrupted in the email formatting. Best wishes

Re: Is M-j broken for you in Org on Emacs 27 and 28?

2021-11-29 Thread Colin Baxter
d the nuances of line indenting in org-mode have always been a black art to me. I stick to C-j because I've found it works for me in most cases. Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

Re: Is M-j broken for you in Org on Emacs 27 and 28?

2021-11-28 Thread Colin Baxter
> Richard Lawrence writes: > Hi Org community, Some questions for those of you on Emacs 27 and > 28: > Does M-j in an org-mode buffer do what you expect? Does it throw > an error? What function is M-j bound to in Org? > Backstory: > I have long been on Emacs 26.3

Re: Bibliographies on export with ox-context and ox-epub

2021-11-24 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Eric S Fraga writes: > On Wednesday, 24 Nov 2021 at 09:59, Colin Baxter  wrote: >> Where is citeproc.el? I'm using Org mode version 9.5.1 >> (release_9.5.1-194-gd82936) and I don't see it. > It's a separate Emacs package which you

Re: Bibliographies on export with ox-context and ox-epub

2021-11-24 Thread Colin Baxter
> Denis Maier writes: > Are you already on org 9.5? Looks like your still using the "old" > org-ref links. > The following mwe might get you started: > %% > #+title: Citation tests #+cite_export: csl >

Re: org-diary

2021-11-05 Thread Colin Baxter
> Eric S Fraga writes: > On Thursday, 4 Nov 2021 at 18:21, Michael Maurer wrote: >> Oh. I assumed >> >> #+begin_src elisp &%%(org-diary :deadline* :timestamp >> :scheduled*) #+end_src >> >> is an org-babel code block. > Yes but I think that was just for

Re: org-diary

2021-11-03 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Eric S Fraga writes: > On Wednesday, 3 Nov 2021 at 06:43, Colin Baxter  wrote: >> I have this >> >> #+begin_src elisp &%%(org-diary :deadline* :timestamp >> :scheduled*) #+end_src > I cannot help you directly b

org-diary

2021-11-03 Thread Colin Baxter
;8--- There seems no obvious error in either the agenda or calendar displays so I'd be grateful for suggestions as to where to look for the cause of the warning. Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

Re: C-c . no longer inserts org-time-stamp (after upgrade to 9.5)

2021-11-02 Thread Colin Baxter
> Michael Maurer writes: > Subject line says it all, I upgraded to 9.5 two days ago and > everything seemed to work, but today I fire up the PC and C-c . no > longer is bound to anything. I guess I could custom-bind it in my > config, but I'm more interested in why it's

Re: org-persist warning when archiving

2021-10-29 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter  writes: >> Hi Ihor, >> >> My ECM is as follows. I'm using GNU-Linux and emacs-28.0.60. > Thanks! I was able to reproduce on my system. Should be fixed on > main via 9f87b1cc3. Yes,

Re: org-persist warning when archiving

2021-10-29 Thread Colin Baxter
Hi Ihor, My ECM is as follows. I'm using GNU-Linux and emacs-28.0.60. 1. Delete any existing org-persist directory. 2. mkdir ~/a 3. emacs -Q 4. Evaluate path to latest org-mode. I enter (add-to-list 'load-path (expand-file-name "~/path/to/git/org-mode/lisp")) in the scratch buffer and do

Re: org-persist warning when archiving

2021-10-28 Thread Colin Baxter
I have now discovered what is causing the org-persist warnings. It is because my org-agenda files have local variables present. If I remove the local variables, the warnings disappear. Best wishes, Colin.

Re: org-persist warning when archiving

2021-10-28 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter  writes: >> Ok, I now applied your patch and remade org-mode. Unfortunately, >> I don't see any change. I still get the warning on all the >> archive commands: org-agenda-archive-default, org-

Re: org-persist warning when archiving

2021-10-26 Thread Colin Baxter
Hi Ihor, >>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter  writes: >> I'm running Org mode version 9.5 (release_9.5-178-gcf8906) on >> emacs-28.0.60. Unfortunately, I could not apply your patch >> ('patch would not apply') using either 'git

Re: org-persist warning when archiving

2021-10-26 Thread Colin Baxter
Hi Thor, >>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter  writes: >> > Hello, Whenever I archive a DONE item via 'C-c C-x C-a' I get >> the > warning: >> >> > Warning (emacs): org-element--cache: Unregistere

Re: org-persist warning when archiving

2021-10-26 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Colin Baxter  writes: > Hello, Whenever I archive a DONE item via 'C-c C-x C-a' I get the > warning: > Warning (emacs): org-element--cache: Unregistered buffer > modifications detected. Resetting. > The archiving is successful,

org-persist warning when archiving

2021-10-26 Thread Colin Baxter
that needs to be adjusted. Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

Re: org-element-cache-reset

2021-10-25 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter  writes: >> Hello, >> >> Assuming such a question make sense, how do I manually reset >> org-persist for all org buffers? It's not clear to me if doing >> M-x org-element-cache-

org-element-cache-reset

2021-10-23 Thread Colin Baxter
Hello, Assuming such a question make sense, how do I manually reset org-persist for all org buffers? It's not clear to me if doing M-x org-element-cache-reset is sufficient. Thanks. Best wishes,

Re: org-persist - bug report

2021-10-21 Thread Colin Baxter
> Ihor Radchenko writes: > It was malformed add-hook call. Fixed in 5315773e8. Great! I've pulled org-mode and I can confirm I no longer see my org-persist errors. Excellent. I'm looking at the vc-diff buffer and it's amazing that such a small omission has such a major effect. Best

Re: org-persist - bug report

2021-10-21 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Max Nikulin writes: > On 21/10/2021 02:04, Colin Baxter  wrote: >> >> The max-specpdl-size error has happened again when I tried to add >> a note to an agenda item. Emacs hung and had to be killed. The >> debugger buffer was

Re: org-persist - bug report

2021-10-20 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter  writes: >> >> I just upgraded my org-mode to the latest version in >> >> git. Whenever I visited a certain org file, my Emacs became >> >> unusable. Any attempt to use M-x (execu

Re: org-persist - bug report

2021-10-20 Thread Colin Baxter
> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Alastair Burt writes: >> Hi there, >> >> I couldn't find an issue-tracking system for org-mode as they >> have for projects on github. So I'm emailing you directly. > Thanks! The bug reporting for Org mode is by email. You can send >

Re: org-persist

2021-10-20 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter  writes: >> I may not have understood things fully, but it seems that the >> org-persist directory is set only by the >> org-persist-path. Unfortunately, the resulting org-persist >> direc

Re: org-persist

2021-10-20 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: r> Colin Baxter  writes: >> Thank you. I cloned org-mode afresh and got the same warning >> during 'make' - I presume that too is now fixed. r> The warning should never appear now. I removed it completely

Re: org-persist

2021-10-20 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter  writes: >> After today's pull of org-mode I get the warning that org-persist >> cannot read its index. This is an entirely new warning (as of >> today) and I assume is the result of the

org-persist

2021-10-19 Thread Colin Baxter
-persist and have no wish to do so. Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

Re: 9.5: coping with loss of ditaa.jar

2021-10-09 Thread Colin Baxter
> Jarmo Hurri writes: > 3. Copy ditaa.jar from previous version of org. Works in the short > run, but I do not think we want to advocate this: "We took > ditaa.jar out of org, so you will want to download an earlier > version of org to make ditaa work." Not true. I use Org

Re: [ANN] New `bibtex' citation processor

2021-10-09 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Hello, I just added the no-thrill "oc-bibtex" citation processor, > which relies on the standard "\cite" and "\nocite" LaTeX > commands. It only supports citation suffixes. > Regards, -- Ni

Re: "Unknown processor biblatex"

2021-10-04 Thread Colin Baxter
Dear Eric, > Eric S Fraga writes: > Colin, I also only use the basics when writing articles. With the > new org-cite, the closest I have is with the following settings, > as an example: > #+cite_export: natbib plain #+latex_header: >

Re: "Unknown processor biblatex"

2021-10-04 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Hello, Colin Baxter writes: >>>>>>> Bruce D'Arcus writes: >> > You have to load oc-biblatex, say using use-package, and also >> set > org-cite-export-processors, like: >>

Re: "Unknown processor biblatex"

2021-10-04 Thread Colin Baxter
ssors, like: > (setq org-cite-export-processors '((latex biblatex) (t csl))) Great, but what about old timers like me who insist on using bibtex? I sympathise with the op in not getting this new org-cite to work. It has beaten me despite repeated efforts. Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

Re: 9.5: coping with loss of ditaa.jar

2021-10-03 Thread Colin Baxter
>> preferred option. I have not looked into ob-ditaa.el however to >> realize if it has enough defcustom options. > A short-term quickfix could be to copy the jar from an older > orgmode and point to that. Indeed. That works for me. Best wishes, Colin Baxter signature.asc Description: PGP signature

Re: Cannot clone org-mode's git repository

2021-10-03 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Colin Baxter writes: > Hello, I get a strange error when I try to clone org-mode: > redknight@jetstar:~/git$ git clone > https://git.savannah.gnu.org/git/emacs/org-mode.git Cloning into > 'org-mode'... fatal: unable to access > 'https://

Cannot clone org-mode's git repository

2021-10-03 Thread Colin Baxter
blems. Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

Re: [PATCH] Don't fill displayed equations

2021-09-30 Thread Colin Baxter
s been said, \[ is an alias for \begin{equation*}. For me, I would rather not write equations in org-mode differently from LaTeX. Best wishes, Colin Baxter.

Re: [PATCH] Re: org-bibtex does not recognise @Comment

2021-09-26 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Bastien writes: > Hi Ihor, Ihor Radchenko writes: >> Colin Baxter writes: >> >>> I've noticed that "org-bibtex-import-from-file" will not import >>> from bib files which begin with the standard bibtex mode-

Re: Switching to new Git repositories

2021-09-23 Thread Colin Baxter
at happens before following Marco's suggestion of bringing over the tags manually. -- Cut --- Best wishes, Colin Baxter. signature.asc Description: PGP signature

Re: Switching to new Git repositories

2021-09-23 Thread Colin Baxter
> Nick Dokos writes: > FWIW, I get $ git remote -v upstream > https://git.savannah.gnu.org/git/emacs/org-mode.git (fetch) > upstream https://git.savannah.gnu.org/git/emacs/org-mode.git > (push) > $ git tag | wc -l 386 > Maybe do > $ git remote update $ git

Re: Publish error: wrong argument number

2021-09-17 Thread Colin Baxter
Hello Tim, >>>>> Tim Cross writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >>>>>>> Colin Baxter writes: >> >> > Hello, Today I get a "wrong-number-of-arguments" publish > >> error. This was not present a few weeks

Re: Publish error: wrong argument number

2021-09-16 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Colin Baxter writes: > Hello, Today I get a "wrong-number-of-arguments" publish > error. This was not present a few weeks ago. It is also not > present in Org-version 9.4.4 but does occur in the latest version > of org-mode. > I

Publish error: wrong argument number

2021-09-15 Thread Colin Baxter
nks. Best wishes, Colin Baxter. Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-number-of-arguments (0 . 0) 1) (org-macro-initialize-templates nil) (org-export-as html nil nil nil (:output-file "/home/redknight/public_html/index.html" :base-directory "~/colin/org/pub/" :base-extensi

Re: [PATCH] Re: org-bibtex does not recognise @Comment

2021-08-28 Thread Colin Baxter
>>>>> Ihor Radchenko writes: > Colin Baxter writes: >> > Well. It will import the files. However, org-bibtex-write will >> > indeed fail. If I got it wrong, please provide more details. >> >> > Confirmed >> &

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