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

2017-02-06 Thread David Engster
Edward John Steere writes: > - Suppose that Emacs 22.0 is the current release and Emacs 22.1 is then >released; CEDET is at > - we update a registry somewhere indicating that Emacs 22.0 works with > and 22.1 works with > > - When we make updates to CEDET we mark 22.1 as working

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

2017-02-05 Thread David Engster
Edward John Steere writes: >> It's not like packages communicate with Emacs over a well >> defined RESTful interface. In other words: CEDET and Gnus are not >> loosely coupled, quite the opposite: they are extremely dependend on >> many obscure Emacs internals (not sure about Org). > > Shouldn't

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

2017-02-04 Thread David Engster
John Wiegley writes: > Many software projects have package ecosystems surrounding them that deal with > similar issues, and I can't, off-hand, think of cases where the answer was > "let's move some of those packages into core development to ease > ___". Just from the software I worked with over

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

2017-02-03 Thread David Engster
John Wiegley <jwieg...@gmail.com> writes: >>>>>> "DE" == David Engster <d...@randomsample.de> writes: > > DE> So if you don't get convinced, we'll just move again, right? No big deal. > > I suppose I'm asking that of you, yes. Sorry

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

2017-02-02 Thread David Engster
Eli Zaretskii writes: >> From: David Engster <d...@randomsample.de> >> Cc: Lars Ingebrigtsen <la...@gnus.org>, b...@gnu.org, >> emacs-de...@gnu.org, phillip.l...@russet.org.uk, > >> which implies that they are not supposed to be present at a "normal&

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

2017-02-02 Thread David Engster
Eli Zaretskii writes: >> From: Lars Ingebrigtsen >> Date: Thu, 02 Feb 2017 13:10:07 +0100 >> Cc: Bastien Guerry , Emacs developers , > >> Phillip Lord , >> emacs-org list , >>

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

2017-02-02 Thread David Engster
John Wiegley writes: >>>>>> "DE" == David Engster <d...@randomsample.de> writes: > > DE> Also, I currently have no idea how to continue with CEDET, as the future > DE> where development should happen is unclear, and I get the feeling we're &g

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

2017-01-31 Thread David Engster
John Wiegley writes: >>>>>> "DE" == David Engster <d...@randomsample.de> writes: > > DE> It is a mistake because you are creating more moving targets and bring > DE> them together very late in the release process. This reduces the amount of >

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

2017-01-31 Thread David Engster
Lars Ingebrigtsen writes: > The question is: What is the most effective way for Emacs developers to > spend their time? I can't really see that anybody has made the case > that shifting stuff from Emacs core to ELPA will mean less work for... > well, anybody. > > (Except perhaps CEDET. There

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

2017-01-30 Thread David Engster
John Wiegley writes: >>>>>> "DE" == David Engster <d...@randomsample.de> writes: > > DE> This is a misunderstanding. I said I wanted to move support for certain > DE> languages and project types into ELPA, not CEDET core. I'm still of th

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

2017-01-29 Thread David Engster
John Wiegley writes: >> "KM" == Kaushal Modi writes: > > KM> If we are able the release the new packaging method in emacs 26.x, then we > KM> can remove org from emacs master completely, but if not, then at least as > KM> backup we have a newer org version to go out

[O] Failing test with current emacs-git on the buildbot

2016-02-21 Thread David Engster
FYI: I've updated the emacs-git master on the Buildbot and now 'test-ob/process-params-no-duplicates' is failing: http://randomsample.de/org-buildbot I've also added a new builder 'emacs-25.1' which is the current emacs-25 branch. -David

Re: [O] [DEV] Bump Emacs requirement to 24.4?

2015-08-18 Thread David Engster
Bastien writes: Emacs 23 and XEmacs support will be officially dropped as of Org 9.0. Support for XEmacs should be dropped right away; it would just state a fact, as Org didn't even compile with XEmacs for quite some time now (and nobody complained). I recognize having the manpower to watch

Re: [O] Test failure with current head

2015-07-15 Thread David Engster
Nick Dokos writes: Rasmus ras...@gmx.us writes: Nick Dokos ndo...@gmail.com writes: I just updated to release_8.3beta-1286-g20795fd. ``make test'' shows a failure on test 226: FAILED 226/592 test-org-clock/clocktable-until-now The backtrace was edited to get rid of a NUL that gnus

Re: [O] Javascript syntax highlighting?

2015-05-25 Thread David Engster
Peter Davis writes: On 5/25/15 10:44 AM, David Engster wrote: Peter Davis writes: #+BEGIN_SRC Javascript Don't capitalize, use 'javascript'. Thanks, David. That doesn't appear to make any difference. Neither does js. Do you mean you don't see any highlighting in Emacs, or only

Re: [O] Javascript syntax highlighting?

2015-05-25 Thread David Engster
Peter Davis writes: #+BEGIN_SRC Javascript Don't capitalize, use 'javascript'. -David

Re: [O] org-caldav problem; used to work

2014-11-16 Thread David Engster
Detlef Steuer writes: org-check-agenda-file: Wrong type argument: stringp, nil Do M-x toggle-debug-on-error before the sync and you should get a backtrace for the error. Just post that here and we might be able to see what's going on. -David

Re: [O] org-caldav problem; used to work

2014-11-16 Thread David Engster
Detlef Steuer writes: Am Sun, 16 Nov 2014 22:53:11 +0100 schrieb David Engster d...@randomsample.de: Detlef Steuer writes: org-check-agenda-file: Wrong type argument: stringp, nil Do M-x toggle-debug-on-error before the sync and you should get a backtrace for the error. Just post

Re: [O] Pushing and pulling to google calendar

2014-06-30 Thread David Engster
Marvin M. Doyley writes: Is there a way to sync org-agenda with google calendar so that I can exploit googles calendar reminder. org-caldav[1] works with Google Calendar on the old, deprecated CalDAV endpoint (https://www.google.com/calendar/dav). I hear that the endpoint is still working for

Re: [O] problem with org-caldav and ox-icalendar: UID property wrapping

2014-06-03 Thread David Engster
David Engster writes: Nicolas Goaziou writes: Eric S Fraga e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk writes: I have tracked this down to org-icalendar outputing wrapped lines even for UID entries: , | BEGIN:VEVENT | DTSTAMP:20140507T114443Z | UID:0400[...]00 | 00[...]6 | DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London

Re: [O] problem with org-caldav and ox-icalendar: UID property wrapping

2014-05-07 Thread David Engster
Nicolas Goaziou writes: Hello, Eric S Fraga e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk writes: I have tracked this down to org-icalendar outputing wrapped lines even for UID entries: , | BEGIN:VEVENT | DTSTAMP:20140507T114443Z | UID:0400[...]00 | 00[...]6 | DTSTART;TZID=Europe/London:20120403T06

Re: [O] Timestamps in properties not exported by icalendar exporter

2014-02-22 Thread David Engster
Nicolas Goaziou writes: David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: These entries show up in the agenda just fine, but the icalendar exporter does not export it because the timestamp is in the properties (the gnus-icalendar package puts it there so that you can easily change

Re: [O] Timestamps in properties not exported by icalendar exporter

2014-02-22 Thread David Engster
Nicolas Goaziou writes: David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: I mean, those entries show up in the agenda, so I found it rather surprising that they are completely ignored by the exporter. This is an agenda bug, which probably use a regexp to find timestamps. But timestamps

Re: [O] Timestamps in properties not exported by icalendar exporter

2014-02-22 Thread David Engster
Nicolas Goaziou writes: David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: It's these multitude of timestamp locations which makes changing the timestamp of an existing entry through Elisp so tedious (I had to deal with that in org-caldav) The number of locations may be daunting but all of them

Re: [O] Timestamps in properties not exported by icalendar exporter

2014-02-22 Thread David Engster
Nicolas Goaziou writes: David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: I'm actually not sure what org-element is capable of nowadays. What I'd like to have is a way to parse entries into a structure See `org-element-parse-buffer'. which lets me access certain elements of the entry, like

[O] Timestamps in properties not exported by icalendar exporter

2014-02-21 Thread David Engster
I have the problem that a certain kind Org entries is not exported by the icalendar exporter, namely those created by the gnus-icalendar package. This package creates Org entries from calendar invites in the following way (I've omitted some of the properties, but you get the idea); ** Some

[O] bug#15896: 24.3.50; Org-8.0: M-x customize-changed 24.3 doesn't show new export options

2013-11-17 Thread David Engster
Jambunathan K. writes: It was rude of you to close the bug of which you nothing about. It was rude of you to close all your existing bugs. Did it cross your mind that maybe people already started working on those? This is not a playground for your ego trips. -David

[O] bug#15896: 24.3.50; Org-8.0: M-x customize-changed 24.3 doesn't show new export options

2013-11-17 Thread David Engster
Jambunathan K. writes: David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: This is not a playground for your ego trips. Or Eli Zaretskii's. That's precisely my point. Nobody cares for your points if you're pulling stunts like closing all bugs you've opened. I for one am done talking to you. -David

Re: [O] org-caldav for Google or Zimbra?

2013-09-26 Thread David Engster
Jason Riedy writes: Google has deprecated the URL in org-caldav, and that old URL does not work for me. The new one is documented at https://developers.google.com/google-apps/calendar/caldav/v2/guide#new_endpoint Fiddling with the regexp in org-caldav-events-url triggers an error

Re: [O] advice needed: how do you guys sync org files between devices?

2013-07-02 Thread David Engster
Suvayu Ali writes: I have noticed that git *always* conflicts with TODO state changes. It seems changes to a headline is not easy to resolve. You mean you change state in a file and git fails to merge this on the other side, although you didn't change the same line there? I've never seen such

Re: [O] advice needed: how do you guys sync org files between devices?

2013-07-02 Thread David Engster
Suvayu Ali writes: That said, I think you might be right. Possibly it could be resolved by just changing the algorithm, I don't know why I never tried that though. You might want to try setting diff.algorithm to 'patience' and maybe also raise diff.context to something like 6 or so if that

Re: [O] [PATCH 1/2] org-notify: Don't use obsolete flet and macrolet

2013-06-19 Thread David Engster
Achim Gratz writes: Peter Münster writes: cl-lib was just introduced in Emacs 24.3. Does that mean, that the trunk should be modified later? It means you should implement a solution that doesn't make Org non-functional for Emacs 23 users. The easiest solution is to simply do nothing, until

Re: [O] [PATCH 1/2] org-notify: Don't use obsolete flet and macrolet

2013-06-18 Thread David Engster
Peter Münster writes: * contrib/lisp/org-notify.el (org-notify-make-todo) (org-notify-process, org-notify-on-action-button) (org-notify-action-email, org-notify-action-window): Replace `flet' and `macrolet' by `cl-flet' and `cl-macrolet'. cl-lib was just introduced in Emacs 24.3. -David

[O] org-caldav will continue to work with Google Calendar (was: org-caldav will cease to work with Google Calendar)

2013-06-06 Thread David Engster
David Engster writes: Google has announced today that they will shut down their CalDAV API in September, since hey, everybody's using their own protocol anyway. Well, Google has suddenly realized that not only is CalDAV an open standard, but it's actually used outside the Googleverse. Who

[O] Org as a static site generator

2013-04-01 Thread David Engster
I'd like to use Org as a static site generator. I know quite a few people use Org to manage their sites, so I'd like to know what's already available and what I'd need to add to make this working properly. I know of course how to export a bunch of Org files to HTML through the publishing

Re: [O] Org as a static site generator

2013-04-01 Thread David Engster
Vincent Beffara writes: I am using o-blog for that, it is pretty great. Thanks, that looks pretty nice. I'll take a look. Thing of a typical HTML5 template having a header, nav, footer, and article. I'd like Org to include the different exported files into the article section, and the rest

Re: [O] two-way sync org agenda/ical

2013-03-17 Thread David Engster
Eric S. Fraga writes: Bastien b...@altern.org writes: Eric S Fraga e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk writes: Given that I no longer use my old syncing approach, described on that page, and instead use org-caldav, I would be happy to have the reference to org-caldav moved to the top! It's a wiki, be

Re: [O] org-caldav will cease to work with Google Calendar

2013-03-15 Thread David Engster
'rasmus' writes: For now I'm using fluux, but I haven't managed to get org-CalDAV to sync yet. What is that? I'm afraid I cannot find it. I'm also looking to sync bbdb via CardDAV, although I would be willing to switch to org-contacts if a solution emerged here before. CardDAV shouldn't be

Re: [O] org-caldav will cease to work with Google Calendar

2013-03-15 Thread David Engster
Vincent Beffara writes: But it _can_ list my calendars, meaning that it can authenticate and have some sort of interaction with google's servers. Maybe interfacing with that would not be too hard? Supporting the Google Calendar API in org-caldav wouldn't be hard. It's actually a very clean,

[O] org-caldav will cease to work with Google Calendar

2013-03-14 Thread David Engster
Google has announced today that they will shut down their CalDAV API in September, since hey, everybody's using their own protocol anyway. org-caldav will then cease to work with Google calendar. I won't work on supporting the Google calendaring API until there's a free server implementation for

Re: [O] org-caldav will cease to work with Google Calendar

2013-03-14 Thread David Engster
Bastien writes: David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: I won't work on supporting the Google calendaring API until there's a free server implementation for it, which can be self-hosted. If someone else would like to work on that, please create a fork under a different name

Re: [O] [RFC] Org syntax (draft)

2013-03-14 Thread David Engster
Jambunathan K. writes: Still you haven't answered my Fudging the mail reply headers question to my satisfaction. http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/message/Mailing-Lists.html A mailing list poster can use MFT to express that responses should be sent to just the list, and not

Re: [O] [Out-of-Thread] Re: [RFC] Org syntax (draft)

2013-03-14 Thread David Engster
Jambunathan K. writes: I know that. But that doesn't answer the question why Carsten will appear in the To header of a mail that I reply to a mail I receive from Eric S Fraga. Because Carsten started the thread and did not set MFT. -David

Re: [O] [Out-of-Thread] Re: [RFC] Org syntax (draft)

2013-03-14 Thread David Engster
Jambunathan K. writes: David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: Jambunathan K. writes: I know that. But that doesn't answer the question why Carsten will appear in the To header of a mail that I reply to a mail I receive from Eric S Fraga. Because Carsten started the thread and did

Re: [O] org-caldav can't find org-prepare-agenda-buffers

2013-03-12 Thread David Engster
Vincent Beffara writes: In the meantime I also tweaked the way org-caldav manages UIDs to exploit the fact that multiply occurring events are now exported multiple times in ox-icalendar, everything works out well if only org-ical is used. One thing remaining, on ical-org sync, there is an

Re: [O] org-caldav can't find org-prepare-agenda-buffers

2013-03-06 Thread David Engster
Julien Cubizolles writes: Bastien b...@altern.org writes: Achim Gratz strom...@nexgo.de writes: I hope to put this together in the next week or so, then it will be possible to nuke all traces fr4om an old Org and then start from a clean slate with a new Org installation. Okay, thanks.

Re: [O] org-caldav can't find org-prepare-agenda-buffers

2013-03-06 Thread David Engster
Nicolas Goaziou writes: Hello, David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: Julien Cubizolles writes: Bastien b...@altern.org writes: Achim Gratz strom...@nexgo.de writes: I hope to put this together in the next week or so, then it will be possible to nuke all traces fr4om an old Org

Re: [O] org-caldav can't find org-prepare-agenda-buffers

2013-03-06 Thread David Engster
Julien Cubizolles writes: David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: I just pushed a change which should fix this (if the new exporter is compatible; It doesn't seem to be, I get apply: Symbol's function definition is void: org-export-icalendar when running org-caldav-sync, which

Re: [O] org-caldav can't find org-prepare-agenda-buffers

2013-03-06 Thread David Engster
Nicolas Goaziou writes: David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: What do you need from org-icalendar.el? Only org-export-icalendar. As long as that one is producing the same output, everything should be fine. Unfortunately, there is no `org-export-icalendar' anymore. There is: (org

Re: [O] org-caldav can't find org-prepare-agenda-buffers

2013-03-06 Thread David Engster
Julien Cubizolles writes: David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: No, it's not defined in ox-icalendar. I guess it must be generated by the new exporter first, probably through some additional require. I have the following definition in ox-icalendar.el. (defgroup org-export-icalendar

Re: [O] org-caldav can't find org-prepare-agenda-buffers

2013-03-06 Thread David Engster
Nicolas Goaziou writes: David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: After skimming through the new exporter, it also seems that org-combined-agenda-icalendar-file was replaced with org-icalendar-combined-agenda-file. Is that correct? I'm also using org-icalendar-timezone, org-icalendar-store

Re: [O] org-caldav can't find org-prepare-agenda-buffers

2013-03-02 Thread David Engster
Bastien writes: Hi David, David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: The most serious issue is that things will often seem to work because old exporters are pulled in from Emacs, possibly *very* old exporters. I've added (provide 'org-icalendar) to ox-icalendar.el so that a user

Re: [O] org-caldav feedback

2013-03-02 Thread David Engster
Torsten Wagner writes: Now I make a tiny change e.g. change the length of the appointment from within SOGo and sync back I get TODO TODO Neuer Termin mit Foo und Bar r2013-03-06 Wed 10:00-11:00     :PROPERTIES:     :ID:       8a9651c0-faee-4416-afa6-979e328a3d15     :END: As you can see

Re: [O] org-caldav can't find org-prepare-agenda-buffers

2013-03-02 Thread David Engster
Bastien writes: Hi David, David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: (eval-after-load org-icalendar '(error The old org-icalendar exporter is deprecated; use ox-icalendar instead.)) I'm not sure about this one: where are you suggesting to add this? In org.el? Your call. Anywhere where

Re: [O] org-caldav can't find org-prepare-agenda-buffers

2013-02-28 Thread David Engster
Bastien writes: David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: Of course I can fix this. But I hope you realize that any third-party code out there that requires an exporter will load the old one from Emacs proper. Yes, I'm well aware of this. The change now lives in the master branch

Re: [O] org-caldav can't find org-prepare-agenda-buffers

2013-02-28 Thread David Engster
Achim Gratz writes: David Engster writes: An alternative would be to remove the bundled Org from load-path when a newer version is loaded. We do that with CEDET, but it is difficult to do right (because of autoloading, for instance), so I think the eval-after-load hack is better. That part

Re: [O] org-caldav can't find org-prepare-agenda-buffers

2013-02-27 Thread David Engster
Bastien writes: Hi Julien, Julien Cubizolles j.cubizol...@free.fr writes: As of today, org-cadav-syn fails with org-export-icalendar: Symbol's function definition is void: org-prepare-agenda-buffers Actually, I can't find this function but org-agenda-prepare-buffers exist. Are there two

Re: [O] org-caldav can't find org-prepare-agenda-buffers

2013-02-27 Thread David Engster
Bastien writes: Hi David, David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: org-caldav does not call this function. It however requires org-icalendar, and that was renamed to ox-icalendar in org git. So I guess it pulls org-icalendar from the Org that is included with Emacs, which calls

Re: [O] bug-tracker

2013-02-22 Thread David Engster
Michael Albinus writes: Andreas Röhler andreas.roeh...@easy-emacs.de writes: What about using some of the tools around? Mirroring the stuff at github would provide a tracker just by the way... Or you use debbugs.gnu.org, which hosts the Emacs bugtracker. Some of the org bugs will arrive

Re: [O] bug-tracker

2013-02-22 Thread David Engster
Michael Albinus writes: David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: Is it OK to report bugs for upstream/development versions through `report-emacs-bugs', though? I always thought this should only be used for stuff that's actually bundled with Emacs (what about bugs in org/contrib

Re: [O] org-caldav problem: void-function url-http-options

2013-02-09 Thread David Engster
Julien Cubizolles writes: Since a few days (maybe an emacs update) I get this error message whenever I run org-caldav-sync. Debugger entered--Lisp error: (void-function url-http-options) I've been digging around a bit and url-http-options is defined in url-http.el which is present on my

Re: [O] org-caldav problem: void-function url-http-options

2013-02-09 Thread David Engster
Julien Cubizolles writes: David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: Julien Cubizolles writes: Since a few days (maybe an emacs update) I get this error message whenever I run org-caldav-sync. Debugger entered--Lisp error: (void-function url-http-options) I've been digging around a bit

Re: [O] Problems with org-caldav (wrong-type-argument stringp 47)

2013-02-03 Thread David Engster
Eric S. Fraga writes: David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: OK, I took a shot at dealing with sexp entries. It's a complicated issue, since s-expressions can be in Org entries or by themselves. I updated the Readme with a section on how they are handled now. Please let me know how

Re: [O] Problems with org-caldav (wrong-type-argument stringp 47)

2013-02-02 Thread David Engster
Eric S. Fraga writes: David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: Sven Bretfeld writes: Hi David and all I've got it. By try and error I found out that entries like these in an org-file cause the problem: %%(diary-anniversary 6 8 1969) Christian is %d years old Ah OK. Thanks

Re: [O] org-caldav issue: Search failed: ;\\([A-Za-z0-9-]+\\)=

2013-02-02 Thread David Engster
David Engster writes: 'giles' writes: David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: Could you please do M-x toggle-debug-on-error before running the sync and post the resulting backtrace here? Slightly different behaviour this time: first seven events synced fine, number 8 blew up the same

Re: [O] org-caldav feedback

2013-02-02 Thread David Engster
Torsten Wagner writes: Tested and you are right. Adding a timestamp in the body doesn't get lost during sync. Actually, I guess the problem is a combination of export and import to org-mode. During the export, the timestamp gets read in correctly, however, it get stripped from the Summary

Re: [O] org-caldav issue: Search failed: ;\\([A-Za-z0-9-]+\\)=

2013-01-30 Thread David Engster
'giles' writes: Contacting host: www.google.com:443 Getting event 1 of 28 icalendar--read-element: Search failed: ;\\([A-Za-z0-9-]+\\)= Could you please do M-x toggle-debug-on-error before running the sync and post the resulting backtrace here? -David

Re: [O] org-caldav issue: Search failed: ;\\([A-Za-z0-9-]+\\)=

2013-01-30 Thread David Engster
'giles' writes: David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: Could you please do M-x toggle-debug-on-error before running the sync and post the resulting backtrace here? Slightly different behaviour this time: first seven events synced fine, number 8 blew up the same way. Debugger entered

Re: [O] Problems with org-caldav (wrong-type-argument stringp 47)

2013-01-27 Thread David Engster
Sven Bretfeld writes: - progn: Could not find UID emacs207403667799062360. I'm currently struck with a nasty cold, so I have trouble thinking. But this means that it tries to find this ID in your Org files, and it does not seem to be there. You can try to go there by calling M-x org-id-goto

Re: [O] Problems with org-caldav (wrong-type-argument stringp 47)

2013-01-27 Thread David Engster
Sven Bretfeld writes: Hi David and all I've got it. By try and error I found out that entries like these in an org-file cause the problem: %%(diary-anniversary 6 8 1969) Christian is %d years old Ah OK. Thanks for looking into this. Those entries apparently produce events during export but

Re: [O] Problems with org-caldav (wrong-type-argument stringp 47)

2013-01-26 Thread David Engster
Sven Bretfeld writes: (setq org-caldav-files /home/sven/Dropbox/myconf/testlocalcal.org) No, that's wrong. It has to be a list of files: (setq org-caldav-files '(/home/sven/Dropbox/myconf/testlocalcal.org)) -David

Re: [O] org-caldav feedback

2013-01-23 Thread David Engster
Torsten Wagner writes: If I understood David right, the UTC option is just an addition to the already present options. Thus, if you used e.g. Europe/Berlin before, you do not need to change anything and in fact, you shouldn't see a difference. Yes, exactly. -David

Re: [O] org-caldav feedback

2013-01-23 Thread David Engster
Torsten Wagner writes: I see the problem that you might changed the text in the summary field in the caldav calendar, which potentially mess up the header (where to place the old  timestamp within the context of the new text?!) but for now, I would suggest to simply search for a timestamp

Re: [O] org-caldav feedback

2013-01-23 Thread David Engster
Eric S. Fraga writes: I've had to clear out the org-caldav-xxx.el file in .emacs.d a couple of times but that's typically due to my doing things on the same entry in both calendar systems (org and Google). If you change an item in Org as well as in the Calendar, the calendar entry should

Re: [O] org-caldav feedback

2013-01-22 Thread David Engster
Torsten Wagner writes: I did not had time to play with the different parameters. For now I simply added all of them. I guess it has to do either with the timezone or with the daylight settings. Maybe you want to add this to a How-to install for SOGo as a workaround. I think I found a better

Re: [O] org-caldav feedback

2013-01-21 Thread David Engster
Torsten Wagner writes: Hey David, could you please help me and steer me in the right direction to find the cuprit which makes the caldav calendar lagging an hour compared to the timestamps in org-mode. It's difficult. I will need to add some (optional) excessive debugging output for seeing

Re: [O] org-caldav feedback

2013-01-21 Thread David Engster
Torsten Wagner writes: I also noticed the files org-caldav-2094e16.el and org-caldav-backup.org. However, they are stored in my .emacs.d folder. Would it make sens to have an option to save them relatively to the org-file? E.g. relative to the path set in org-caldav-files? That would help to

Re: [O] org-caldav feedback

2013-01-21 Thread David Engster
Torsten Wagner writes: You might can try    http://sogo-demo.inverse.ca/SOGo/dav/sogo1/Calendar/personal/ which is the demo account of the Sogo.  Thanks. That'll work. After a bit of fiddling it seems that SOGo really really wants a timezone definition. I have no idea how those can be

Re: [O] org-caldav feedback

2013-01-17 Thread David Engster
Torsten Wagner writes: we just tried org-caldav and it seems to work very nice. We use Sogo http://www.sogo.nu/ and hence David might like to ad Sogo on the list of possible caldav servers. Thanks, that's good news. I'm actually pretty surprised that it works right out of the box. Any plans

Re: [O] org-caldav: New version with proper two-way sync

2013-01-16 Thread David Engster
Detlef Steuer writes: So it seems all events get deleted immediately after loading them up. Indeed my calendars show up empty again in owncloud :-) Any hints? Could you post the contents of the *org-caldav-debug* buffer when this happens? -David

Re: [O] org-caldav: New version with proper two-way sync

2013-01-16 Thread David Engster
Eric S. Fraga writes: I've tracked down the root of the various problems I have encountered with the synchronisation. It all comes down to character sets. I have some entries that have UTF-8 characters that are not present in ASCII, specifically accented characters and similar (latin1,

Re: [O] org-caldav: New version with proper two-way sync

2013-01-16 Thread David Engster
Vincent Beffara writes: Works great for me, thanks! One thing that changed (but it was kind of a glitch anyway, even if a nice one to have): events with several timestamps now appear only once rather than one per timestamp. Not sure if this is due to org-caldav or to recent evolutions in the

[O] org-caldav: New version with proper two-way sync

2013-01-14 Thread David Engster
I just pushed a pretty big update to org-caldav. Get it at https://github.com/dengste/org-caldav The short story: org-caldav now does proper two-way syncing. It's pretty much a rewrite, actually. If you're already using org-caldav, you will have to start from scratch after updating. Please read

Re: [O] Emacs hangs in org file

2013-01-08 Thread David Engster
Stelian Iancu writes: Well it seems that it didn't hang at all. What happens is that the buffer which contains the org file doesn't seem to accept any keyboard input anymore. This bug is currently being discussed on emacs-devel: http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.devel/156120 Jan has

[O] Bug: org-icalendar converts org-icalendar-timezone to uppercase during export

2013-01-07 Thread David Engster
When exporting an Org file as iCalendar and org-icalendar-timezone is set to e.g. Europe/Berlin, it gets inserted as EUROPE/BERLIN during export (and some CalDAV servers don't like that). This is because %Z gets replaced with org-icalendar-timezone, and the FIXEDCASE parameter isn't set in the

Re: [O] org-caldav: scripting for multiple calnedars?

2012-12-09 Thread David Engster
Detlef Steuer writes: What I'm trying to figure out at the moment, is how to setup a batch so, that say work.org goes into calendar work, family.org into calendar family etc., without asking for user/password combinations. That's not implemented. I guess you can workaround the problem by

Re: [O] Org Writer's room

2012-12-06 Thread David Engster
Rainer M. Krug writes: On 06/12/12 09:36, Jambunathan K wrote: On the left is the navbar. - You can quickly navigate to any heading, a table or a captioned figure. Couldn't the navbar from emacs be used for that? I haven't used it in a long time, but in ecb (Emacs Code Browswer) it is used

Re: [O] Org Writer's room

2012-12-06 Thread David Engster
Matt Price writes: (1) do you know if it's possible to get the speedbar buffer in a window instead of a frame? I initially thought that would be easy. Turns out it isn't. ECB uses all kinds of 'defadvice' to achieve that. There's a package sr-speedbar at http://www.emacswiki.org/SrSpeedbar

Re: [O] org-caldav: Sync Org with external calendars through CalDAV (Owncloud, Google, ...)

2012-12-04 Thread David Engster
Stephen Eglen writes: I think it is a problem somewhere with my local setup; if I add the following to .authinfo (chmod 600) then it uses the right username: Machine www.google.com login my-gmail-login I'm now about to see how to setup .authinfo.gpg so that I can also include my password in

Re: [O] org-caldav: Sync Org with external calendars through CalDAV (Owncloud, Google, ...)

2012-12-04 Thread David Engster
Suvayu Ali writes: On Mon, Dec 03, 2012 at 08:50:35PM +0100, David Engster wrote: I'm at a loss why this happens, and I could not reproduce it with my account. This problem really has nothing to do with org-caldav, since it is delegating this part to the url package. As I've already written

Re: [O] org-caldav: Sync Org with external calendars through CalDAV (Owncloud, Google, ...)

2012-12-03 Thread David Engster
Stephen Eglen writes: David Engster deng at randomsample.de writes: Bastien writes: David Engster deng at randomsample.de writes: That is very strange. It should first ask: Username [for Google CalDAV]:. If it does not do that, maybe you have that information in your .authinfo? I

Re: [O] org-caldav: Sync Org with external calendars through CalDAV (Owncloud, Google, ...)

2012-08-05 Thread David Engster
Bastien writes: David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: That is very strange. It should first ask: Username [for Google CalDAV]:. If it does not do that, maybe you have that information in your .authinfo? I have this: machine smtp.gmail.com login bastiengue...@gmail.com password xx

Re: [O] org-caldav: Sync Org with external calendars through CalDAV (Owncloud, Google, ...)

2012-08-03 Thread David Engster
Bastien writes: I use Emacs from after your patch to url-dav (7/26/2012) Then I guess you patched org-caldav-sync to not test for `url-dav-patched-version'? Anyway, I've now added support for the Emacs-bzr version of url-dav. and I use this simple configuration: (setq org-caldav-calendar-id

[O] org-caldav: Sync Org with external calendars through CalDAV (Owncloud, Google, ...)

2012-07-14 Thread David Engster
I have written a package 'org-caldav' which can sync items to a remote calendar server using the CalDAV protocol. The main purpose of this package is to make better use of Org in combination with Android-based mobile devices (yes, there is mobileOrg, but I have several problems with it; that's a

[Orgmode] Re: Org-mode to blog with Drupal/Wordpress?

2009-11-19 Thread David Engster
David Maus maus.da...@gmail.com writes: At Wed, 11 Nov 2009 11:19:27 -0500, U Avalos wrote: Hi all. I know that there are various packages out there to use org-mode to publish *websites* but I don't want to reinvent the wheel. Is there a way to use org-mode to add posts to an existing

[Orgmode] Re: Sorting TODOs with time-up

2009-03-31 Thread David Engster
Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com writes: On Mar 30, 2009, at 11:03 PM, David Engster wrote: While browsing through chapter 10, I got the impression that the different views are just different filters, but that I'm always dealing with the same agenda mode, where each entry carries

[Orgmode] Sorting TODOs with time-up

2009-03-30 Thread David Engster
Hi all, I guess this should be simple but somehow it's not working for me. I want to generate a todo list which is sorted according to the scheduled date. Consider the following test.org file: ** TODO: first SCHEDULED: 2009-04-01 Wed ** TODO: second SCHEDULED: 2009-04-23 Thu ** TODO: third

[Orgmode] Re: Sorting TODOs with time-up

2009-03-30 Thread David Engster
Matthew Lundin m...@imapmail.org writes: David Engster d...@randomsample.de writes: I guess this should be simple but somehow it's not working for me. I want to generate a todo list which is sorted according to the scheduled date. Consider the following test.org file: [...] This minimal

[Orgmode] Re: Sorting TODOs with time-up

2009-03-30 Thread David Engster
Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com writes: On Mar 30, 2009, at 4:46 PM, David Engster wrote: Thanks for the clarification. This is a bit confusing, since sorting by priority works in the todo list, but sorting with date does not. Also, since I call the function 'org-agenda', it is a bit