Re: Timestamps

2021-11-30 Thread David Masterson
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Hello, > > David Masterson writes: > >> Has the format for timestamps covering (say) a few hours changed? The >> following is still possible with "C-c .", but (I think) it is not >> documented in the Org-Mode man

Re: Timestamps

2021-11-30 Thread David Masterson
My mistake -- it is in the (latest?) documentation of "Plain Timestamp" under "Dates and Times". Eyes are getting old. ;-) Jude DaShiell writes: > Not to mention the documentation. > > > On Tue, 30 Nov 2021, David Masterson wrote: > >> Jude DaShiell

Re: Timestamps

2021-11-30 Thread David Masterson
Jude DaShiell writes: > I think the new standard is better since it allows for work or an agenda > item to cross one or more Midnights. If so, then the Org commands should be updated to follow the standard. -- David Masterson

Timestamps

2021-11-27 Thread David Masterson
-<2021-11-27 Sat 12:30> -- David Masterson

Re: Help requested: Support for basic Org mode support in tools outside of Emacs

2021-08-03 Thread David Masterson
Karl Voit writes: > Hi, > > I'm collecting information on basic Org mode support in tools that > are not Emacs. > > I already have: GitHub, GitLab (exactly like GitHub), OrgModeWeb, > Orgzly, Orgro, Emacs, vim-orgmode. * BeOrg (http://beorg.app) * Organice (http://organice

Re: A formal grammar for Org

2021-06-02 Thread David Masterson
Jakob Schöttl writes: > Am 02.06.21 um 06:00 schrieb David Masterson: >> Jakob Schöttl writes: >> >>> Am 01.06.21 um 11:53 schrieb Tom Gillespie: >>>>> We have a pretty similar project, org-parser[1]. It's also written >>>>> in a Lisp di

Re: A formal grammar for Org

2021-06-01 Thread David Masterson
looked at BeOrg (http://beorg.app)? This is an (iOS) app that implements task management from Org files by reading and updating the Org file structure. I would assume it uses a parser to breakdown the Org file structure and rebuild it later. That is what I see your parsers becoming. -- David Masterson

Re: Empty headline titles unsupported: Bug?

2021-05-29 Thread David Masterson
Ihor Radchenko writes: > David Masterson writes: >> Testing the usefulness of extensions to the grammar before they're added >> to the grammar..? > > For simple cases, there is org-element-update-syntax. Otherwise, you > will probably better use the usual patch/new fea

Re: Empty headline titles unsupported: Bug?

2021-05-29 Thread David Masterson
d8d06/laundry/test.rkt#L1371-L1419 > https://github.com/tgbugs/laundry/blob/971cf35683cd60156868c12b070c2dd9e19d8d06/laundry/test.rkt#L1648-L1665 This looks interesting, but I'm not yet familiar with racket & brag -= I assume laundry doesn't produce any output from the input Org file other than some form of "good" or "bad" signal. True? -- David Masterson

Re: Empty headline titles unsupported: Bug?

2021-05-27 Thread David Masterson
Ihor Radchenko writes: > David Masterson writes: > >> Could an extensible pre-hook that runs a list of functions take care of >> the inconsistencies where each function recognizes one change to the >> standard grammar and adjusts the input accordingly? > >

Re: Empty headline titles unsupported: Bug?

2021-05-26 Thread David Masterson
Tim Cross writes: > David Masterson writes: >> But having undefined behaviors is limiting on the portability of Org >> because people are unwilling to pick it up and attempt to (say) create a >> (partial) Org for other platforms (iPhone, Android, etc.). > This

Re: Empty headline titles unsupported: Bug?

2021-05-26 Thread David Masterson
things, > requires consistency between org.el and org-element.el when parsing > headlines. Could an extensible pre-hook that runs a list of functions take care of the inconsistencies where each function recognizes one change to the standard grammar and adjusts the input accordingly? -- David Masterson

Re: Empty headline titles unsupported: Bug?

2021-05-25 Thread David Masterson
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Sebastian Miele writes: >> Sebastian Miele writes: >>>David Masterson writes: >>>> Sebastian Miele writes: >>>>> Currently org-syntax.org says that "TITLE can be made of any >>>>> character but a n

Re: Empty headline titles unsupported: Bug?

2021-05-24 Thread David Masterson
ot; and no tags. Can you describe what should happen in a parser grammar (ie. BNF)? If not, I would tend toward rethinking the structure of the Org file so that it can be described in a grammar. Having a good grammar for Org files will promote it's acceptance beyond Emacs. -- David Masterson

Re: Concerns about community contributor support

2021-04-22 Thread David Masterson
Jean Louis writes: > * David Masterson [2021-04-20 00:59]: >> What is the current status of having a BNF (or...?) parser for Org >> files? In particular, the parser rules that could then be adopted by >> tools that use Org files on other systems (iPhone,

Re: Concerns about community contributor support

2021-04-22 Thread David Masterson
ld lead to Org developments on non-Enacs platforms (smartphones & tablets) > 0. https://github.com/tgbugs/laundry/blob/next/laundry/parser.rkt note > the upcoming path change (which I will note in the original thread when > it happens). I'll see if I can look at this -- it's been decades since I played with grammars. -- David Masterson

Re: Concerns about community contributor support

2021-04-22 Thread David Masterson
4/markdown-cfg/ Thanks -- David Masterson

Re: Concerns about community contributor support

2021-04-19 Thread David Masterson
(iPhone, Android, ...)? Given the availability of parser generators (bison...), this would be good for breaking into smartphones where Emacs doesn't run. -- David Masterson

Re: Repository of Org files with important dates?

2021-04-17 Thread David Masterson
rate those data? Hmm. I don't see a date function in Elisp... -- David Masterson

Re: BUG?: Are TAGs case sensitive? ('org-agenda-show-tags')

2021-04-16 Thread David Masterson
David Masterson writes: > I have been using upper-case TAGs and just noticed that > 'org-agenda-show-tags' is reporting them in lower-case which is not > right since I have another TAG that is the lower-case version of the > upper-case TAG (sort of a visual importance indicator).

BUG?: Are TAGs case sensitive? ('org-agenda-show-tags')

2021-04-12 Thread David Masterson
I have been using upper-case TAGs and just noticed that 'org-agenda-show-tags' is reporting them in lower-case which is not right since I have another TAG that is the lower-case version of the upper-case TAG (sort of a visual importance indicator). -- David Masterson

Re: References?? (feature idea)

2021-03-14 Thread David Masterson
name, then search for the heading. For the export, wrap > that in save-window-excursion, and use (org-entry-get) on the heading > to get the property value. Hmm. Interesting. I'll have to think about that. -- David Masterson

References?? (feature idea)

2021-03-14 Thread David Masterson
; information in the phonebook. Does this make sense? Has it been done? -- David Masterson

Re: org-capture-template: table lines including newline of sorts

2021-03-14 Thread David Masterson
ne "~/Somefile.org" "Exercise Group-E") > "| %:fromname|%:fromaddress\n > %(my-extract-cc)|%^{Sheet|1|2|3|4|5|6}|%^{Exercise|1|} | %a|%:date | " > :prepend t > "| | %(my-extract-cc) | | | | | | || | | || > | " :prepend t > ) > > > But nothing worked, any ideas? Break up the line however you wish into quoted substrings and concat them together..? -- David Masterson

Re: Tips on maintaining history in Org Mode

2021-02-28 Thread David Masterson
Ihor Radchenko writes: > David Masterson writes: > >> Interesting, but then how do you get the list? I mean is there an >> agenda to use? > > Generally yes, you can use agenda. Or you can use sparse tree (more manual). > For agenda, if you customise org-log-done, y

Re: Tips on maintaining history in Org Mode

2021-02-26 Thread David Masterson
Tim Cross writes: > David Masterson writes: > >> What would you use to then make a list of all meetings you had last year? > > For me, archiving is about data I'm unlikely to need again, but just in > case I do, it is in the archive. I rarely look at my archives. However, &

Re: Tips on maintaining history in Org Mode

2021-02-26 Thread David Masterson
now with org-occur. > By the way, if you have recurring items, one package that you might find > useful is org-recur which is on ELPA. Thanks -- David Masterson

Re: Tips on maintaining history in Org Mode

2021-02-26 Thread David Masterson
Tim Cross writes: > David Masterson writes: > >> There are many ways of maintaining history in a group of Org files: >> 1. Archive within a file >> 2. Archive to a separate (archive) file >> 3. Special TODO types for history >> 4. Special TAG types for

Re: Tips on maintaining history in Org Mode

2021-02-26 Thread David Masterson
Ihor Radchenko writes: > David Masterson writes: >> My question is, if you have meetings/phone calls as TODOs, what is the >> preferred way to handle when they move into history so that, *much* >> later, you can easily produce a list of all of the meetings/phone calls &g

Tips on maintaining history in Org Mode

2021-02-25 Thread David Masterson
to handle when they move into history so that, *much* later, you can easily produce a list of all of the meetings/phone calls with dates and times of them? The issue (I think) is, when you mark the TODO as DONE, you lose the info of what the TODO was originally. Suggestions -- David Masterson

Bug: Org-Journal & Org v9.4.4 (org-deadline)?

2020-12-23 Thread David Masterson
text which is causing the problem. Does anyone recognize this? Forgive the poor bug description, I deleted org-journal from .emacs.d/elpa to stop Emacs from setting the hook, so, when I have time, I'll try again. -- David Masterson

Re: Org-GCal ?

2020-11-30 Thread David Masterson
Peter Hardy writes: > David Masterson writes: >> My issue is (CMIAW) that >> org-gcal seems to have a 1 to 1 connection between a Google calendar and >> an Org file (org-gcal-file-alist). I'm trying to figure out how to use >> this when my workflow is split across m

Re: Org-GCal ?

2020-11-30 Thread David Masterson
Neil Jerram writes: > On Mon, 30 Nov 2020 at 00:49, David Masterson > wrote: > > Anyone using org-gcal? I just got it hooked up and am now trying to > figure out how to fit it into my workflow. My issue is (CMIAW) that > org-gcal seems to have a 1 to 1 connection between

Org-GCal ?

2020-11-29 Thread David Masterson
workflow is split across many Org files. Any ideas? -- David Masterson

Re: Deadline w/o time not showing on daily agenda

2020-10-16 Thread David Masterson
Kyle Meyer writes: > David Masterson writes: > >> Is there a way to get tasks with a deadline that doesn't have a time >> (just a day) to show on the daily agenda? Tasks w/ timed deadline do >> show on the daily agenda. > > Could you provide a minimal example that

Deadline w/o time not showing on daily agenda

2020-10-10 Thread David Masterson
Is there a way to get tasks with a deadline that doesn't have a time (just a day) to show on the daily agenda? Tasks w/ timed deadline do show on the daily agenda. -- David Masterson

Re: :auto-sitemap in org-publish-project-alist ??

2020-10-06 Thread David Masterson
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Hello, > > David Masterson writes: > >> David Masterson writes: >> >>> My org-publish-project-alist kind of looks like this: >>> >>> (setq org-publish-project-alist >>> '(("orgfiles"

Re: :auto-sitemap in org-publish-project-alist ??

2020-10-01 Thread David Masterson
David Masterson writes: > My org-publish-project-alist kind of looks like this: > > (setq org-publish-project-alist > '(("orgfiles" >:base-directory "~/DSM/MyOrg/" >:base-extension "org" >:publishing-directory "

Limitations on Tags ?

2020-10-01 Thread David Masterson
Just wondering -- what's the limit in the number of tags for a headline? What if I have a headline with lots of tags or some very long tags? -- David Masterson

Re: Customize resheduling behaviour

2020-09-30 Thread David Masterson
reshedule it, if it fails 1 week later and if I > complete it, reshedule 2 weeks later? You could probably set something up with the org-edna package on MELPA. -- David Masterson

:auto-sitemap in org-publish-project-alist

2020-09-25 Thread David Masterson
h always says sitemap.org has been changed on disk and asks about updating it. Since it is a generated file, that shouldn't be necessary. Is there a way to turn that off and just have it overwrite the file? -- David Masterson

Re: Bug: Infinite loop caused by org-agenda-property-list [9.4 (9.4-elpa @ /home/dsmasterson/.emacs.d/elpa/org-9.4/)]

2020-09-25 Thread David Masterson
be an RFE against Org mode *might* be indicated. Ah! That makes sense. I'll look into it. Thanks -- David Masterson

Re: Getting Org-Crypt to work (doc bug?)

2020-09-23 Thread David Masterson
Bastien writes: > Hi David, > > Applied as e2bb60581: > https://code.orgmode.org/bzg/org-mode/commit/e2bb60581 > > I'm attaching the patch so that you can see how to format the > ChangeLog for future contributions. > > Best, Thanks -- David Masterson

Re: Texinfo in Org-Mode but with texinfo syntax highlighting

2020-09-23 Thread David Masterson
why not consider writing your document with Org and then export to Texinfo? -- David Masterson

Re: Org-Crypt and HTML export

2020-09-23 Thread David Masterson
Bastien writes: > Hi David, > > David Masterson writes: > >> I take it that, when you do an HTML export on an Org file, it is assumed >> that all items that have been encrypted with org-crypt will have been >> decrypted, correct? > > Is it what you get? I

Org-Crypt and HTML export

2020-09-22 Thread David Masterson
(with appropriate password)? -- David Masterson

Re: Infinite recursion ?

2020-09-22 Thread David Masterson
Nick Dokos writes: > David Masterson writes: > >> Haven't figured this out yet, but I seem to be hitting an "infinite >> recursion" bug that eventually dies when it runs out of memory. >> >> The scenario (so far) is trying to change an Org tag in t

Re: Infinite recursion ?

2020-09-21 Thread David Masterson
David Masterson writes: > Haven't figured this out yet, but I seem to be hitting an "infinite > recursion" bug that eventually dies when it runs out of memory. > > The scenario (so far) is trying to change an Org tag in the agenda > (':'). The command gives me the tags

Infinite recursion ?

2020-09-21 Thread David Masterson
What could cause this? -- David Masterson

Re: Getting Org-Crypt to work (doc bug?)

2020-09-17 Thread David Masterson
David Masterson writes: > David Masterson writes: > >> Bastien writes: >> >>> Hi David, >>> >>> David Masterson writes: >>> >>>> Both things should be mentioned in the Org-Mode Info pages for >>>> org-crypt. >&

Re: Getting Org-Crypt to work (doc bug?)

2020-09-14 Thread David Masterson
David Masterson writes: > Bastien writes: > >> Hi David, >> >> David Masterson writes: >> >>> Both things should be mentioned in the Org-Mode Info pages for >>> org-crypt. >> >> Can you please provide a patch for this? >>

Re: Getting Org-Crypt to work (doc bug?)

2020-09-14 Thread David Masterson
Bastien writes: > Hi David, > > David Masterson writes: > >> Both things should be mentioned in the Org-Mode Info pages for >> org-crypt. > > Can you please provide a patch for this? > > Thanks, I'm not very good with this yet, but, when I figure it ou

Re: Getting Org-Crypt to work (doc bug?)

2020-09-14 Thread David Masterson
is seems to work. Oh! I'll have to try that. Thanks. -- David Masterson

Re: Getting Org-Crypt to work (doc bug?)

2020-09-13 Thread David Masterson
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Hello, > > David Masterson writes: > >> I'm trying to get org-crypt to work, but I'm missing something. >> Following the Org-Crypt Info page, I've set it up for symmetric >> encryption and added a :crypt: tag to a header. When I try t

Re: Bug: Multiple Links on same line causes parsing problems [9.3.8 (9.3.8-elpa @ /home/dsmasterson/.emacs.d/elpa/org-9.3.8/)]

2020-09-13 Thread David Masterson
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Hello, > > David Masterson writes: > >> When working on an Org file, I use [[#AB][A B name]] as a link. I find >> that, if I put two (or more) links on a line, editing them becomes more >> difficult. Sometimes, if I begin to p

Re: Getting Org-Crypt to work (doc bug?)

2020-09-13 Thread David Masterson
Gregor Zattler writes: > Hi David, > * David Masterson [2020-09-12; 19:09]: >> I'm trying to get org-crypt to work, but I'm missing something. >> Following the Org-Crypt Info page, I've set it up for symmetric >> encryption and added a :crypt: tag to a header. When I

Getting Org-Crypt to work (doc bug?)

2020-09-12 Thread David Masterson
. And then it freezes. C-g will unfreeze, but the buffer is slightly messed up like it started working on something, but waited for an external command? GPG is installed. What am I missing? -- David Masterson

Bug: Orgguide missing in Org-9.3 package [9.3 (9.3-elpa @ /home/David/.emacs.d/elpa/org-9.3/)]

2019-12-09 Thread David Masterson
Remember to cover the basics, that is, what you expected to happen and what in fact did happen. You don't know how to make a good report? See https://orgmode.org/manual/Feedback.html#Feedback Your bug report will be posted to the Org mailing list.

Re: Org export to HTML with encrypted information ??

2019-12-01 Thread David Masterson
Colin Baxter writes: >>>>>> David Masterson writes: > > > My use-case is this: I'd like to use Org to write up *all* the > > information about my family life (so to speak) including medical > > histories of my family, issues with the

Re: Org export to HTML with encrypted information ??

2019-12-01 Thread David Masterson
w...@mm.st writes: > Hi, > Here's a simpler flow. See if it would support your use case: > > Modern PDF readers support password > encryption. org-latex-export-to-pdf, then encrypt the file and share > it with your family. If you want to keep it offline, give them USB > drives. It's not too late

Org export to HTML with encrypted information ??

2019-11-28 Thread David Masterson
My use-case is this: I'd like to use Org to write up *all* the information about my family life (so to speak) including medical histories of my family, issues with the house, bank accounts, financial information, etc., so that my family has all the information to refer to when necessary in a

Re: [O] [BUG] Tags misalign while editing heading

2019-09-24 Thread David Masterson
Dmitrii Korobeinikov writes: > When I edit a heading (the title), if I add characters, the tags auto-align. > But if I remove text, tags shift left and so are no longer aligned. Need much more information about your setup. You wouldn't, by chance, be sharing your Org files with BeOrg on an

Re: [O] BUG? Extra colon for inherited tags in agenda

2019-09-06 Thread David Masterson
Carsten Dominik writes: > On Thu, Sep 5, 2019, 00:45 David Masterson wrote: >> I see that, for tags picked up via inheritance from parent headlines, >> when the tags are produced in the agenda, the current agenda item will >> have an extra colon after the inherited tag

[O] BUG? Extra colon for inherited tags in agenda

2019-09-04 Thread David Masterson
I see that, for tags picked up via inheritance from parent headlines, when the tags are produced in the agenda, the current agenda item will have an extra colon after the inherited tags. Is this by design? Can that be controlled? Example Parent :tag1: Example child of Parent :tag1:: --

Re: [O] exported contacts problem

2019-08-15 Thread David Masterson
Eric Abrahamsen writes: > David Masterson writes: > >> Eric Abrahamsen writes: >> >>> But Org can be an excellent *interface* to those tools, mostly through >>> dynamic blocks. I've started using small sqlite databases to keep track >>> of thin

Re: [O] exported contacts problem

2019-08-13 Thread David Masterson
Eric Abrahamsen writes: > But Org can be an excellent *interface* to those tools, mostly through > dynamic blocks. I've started using small sqlite databases to keep track > of things, and dynamic blocks as sql composers/views, and it works > great. It's very easy to play with the queries, and

Re: [O] CUSTOM_ID vs ID

2019-08-01 Thread David Masterson
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > David Masterson writes: > >> Can you talk a little bit about how IDs are generated so that they are >> absolutely unique? > > See `org-id-new'. By default, it uses "uuidgen" command. > >> IDs sound like something that would

Re: [O] CUSTOM_ID vs ID

2019-07-28 Thread David Masterson
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Nathan Neff writes: > >> I've often been confused why org-mode has both a CUSTOM_ID >> and a ID property. I mean, why not just use one or the other name? > > Custom ID are user-defined, and only meaningful in the scope of the > document. Also, they may appear as-is

[O] Bug: Repeating Time Stamp Bug [9.2.3 (9.2.3-elpa @ /home/David/.emacs.d/elpa/org-9.2.3/)]

2019-07-13 Thread David Masterson
Remember to cover the basics, that is, what you expected to happen and what in fact did happen. You don't know how to make a good report? See https://orgmode.org/manual/Feedback.html#Feedback Your bug report will be posted to the Org mailing list.

Re: [O] Is is possible to summarize contents of a task in the agenda headings?

2019-04-25 Thread David Masterson
writes: > Thanks, I'm already using (setq org-agenda-todo-list-sublevels nil) and > org-super-agenda. Both reduce clutter which is good. OTOH I now lack > information about subtasks that has been removed from the agenda > view. It is this concern i would like to address. A bit of work, but, if

Re: [O] Porting Apple Calendars to org-mode

2019-04-25 Thread David Masterson
Mohamed Wael Khobalatte writes: > Hi guys, I posted a question to the Emacs StackExchange > (https://emacs.stackexchange.com/questions/50137/show-apple-calendar-events-in-org-mode), > but I believe it's better asked here. Does anyone know how I can get > my Apple calendar to show up in org-mode

Re: [O] Is is possible to summarize contents of a task in the agenda headings?

2019-04-22 Thread David Masterson
n looking at is the :agenda-group capability in the org-super-agenda package on MELPA. The documentation is interesting on the website, but I haven't quite figured out the trick to make it work for me. You can find it here: https://github.com/alphapapa/org-super-agenda -- David Masterson

[O] Agenda Views and Hyperlinks Bug ?

2019-04-22 Thread David Masterson
Does Org Mode's Agenda Views handle Hyperlinks properly? That is, if I have an outline with header containing a hyperlink of the form: [[#LINK][DESCRIPTION]] what should the Agenda View do with the link? I would think that, if it cannot make the link work as normal, then it should remove

[O] org-agenda-custom-commands and org-publish

2019-03-27 Thread David Masterson
Is it possible to mix generating (say) a monthly agenda into the publishing action? That is, when I generate my website via org-publish, I'd like to include in it the current agenda for the next month as another HTML page. Can that be done? -- David

[O] Documentation Bug ?

2019-03-25 Thread David Masterson
Simple documentation bug -- not sure how to submit a patch, so I'm hoping someone else can take care of it. In section 10 "Agenda Views" of the manual, it says that "Seven different view types are provided", but it only lists six. Someone should change seven to six. -- David

[O] Positioning of Tags on Header ?

2019-03-01 Thread David Masterson
How does Org position the Tags on the Header line when it reads in an Org file with Tags? It seems that the Tags move from time to time and that can actually cause the file to be viewed as "changed" by the change control system (CVS). I would've thought that the Tags are positioned when inserted

Re: [O] Order of items after a headline in an Org outline?

2019-02-11 Thread David Masterson
Marco Wahl writes: > You may also consider to use M-x org-lint in you Org file to check these > requirements (and more.) org-lint Thanks -- David

Re: [O] Order of items after a headline in an Org outline?

2019-02-11 Thread David Masterson
Richard Lawrence writes: > Hope that helps! Thanks -- David

[O] Order of items after a headline in an Org outline?

2019-02-09 Thread David Masterson
Is there a documented requirement of the order of things in a Org outline? For instance, do these things have to come directly after the headline and, if so, in what order? Will Org get confused otherwise? * PROPERTY drawer * Timestamp * SCHEDULED and DEADLINE * Notes -- David

Re: [O] Tracking Tags ??

2019-01-23 Thread David Masterson
I wrote: >> Anyone have a good method of tracking the Tags that you've used across >> all of your Org files? Some sort of Tag Index to help you keep track >> of the tags you've used and where you've used them so that you don't >> start creating new tags that differ from old ones by (say) >>

Re: [O] Tracking Tags ??

2019-01-23 Thread David Masterson
Colin Baxter writes: > Hello David, >>>>>> David Masterson writes: > > > Anyone have a good method of tracking the Tags that you've use > > across all of your Org files? Some sort of Tag Index to help you > > keep track of the tags

[O] Tracking Tags ??

2019-01-22 Thread David Masterson
Anyone have a good method of tracking the Tags that you've use across all of your Org files? Some sort of Tag Index to help you keep track of the tags you've used and where you've used them so that you don't start creating new tags that differ from old ones by (say) capitalization? Or to help

Re: [O] org-open-at-point calls visit-tags-table ?!? org-ctags module bug?

2019-01-20 Thread David Masterson
"Berry, Charles" writes: >> On Jan 18, 2019, at 9:01 PM, David Masterson wrote: >> >> David Masterson writes: >> >>> I have various Org files with internal hyperlinks of the form >>> [[#mylink][My Link]] that should point to a header w

Re: [O] org-open-at-point calls visit-tags-table ?!? org-ctags module bug?

2019-01-18 Thread David Masterson
David Masterson writes: > I have various Org files with internal hyperlinks of the form > [[#mylink][My Link]] that should point to a header with the appropriate > CUSTOM_ID property that I've setup. For some reason that I can't figure > out, when I call org-open-at-point (C-c C-o)

Re: [O] org-open-at-point calls visit-tags-table ?!?

2019-01-18 Thread David Masterson
"Berry, Charles" writes: >> On Jan 17, 2019, at 6:59 PM, David Masterson wrote: >> >> I have various Org files with internal hyperlinks of the form >> [[#mylink][My Link]] that should point to a header with the appropriate >> CUSTOM_ID property that I

[O] org-open-at-point calls visit-tags-table ?!?

2019-01-17 Thread David Masterson
I have various Org files with internal hyperlinks of the form [[#mylink][My Link]] that should point to a header with the appropriate CUSTOM_ID property that I've setup. For some reason that I can't figure out, when I call org-open-at-point (C-c C-o) on the link, it tries to open a tags table

[O] Best Org to iOS interface?

2018-12-30 Thread David Masterson
Does anyone have a good setup for the following use-case? I find OrgMode to be extremely powerful tool for task management, but it has limitations with respect to the Apple world. Personally, I am a 30+ year developer (mostly retired) in Unix and have used Emacs off and on for 35+ years (yes,

Re: [O] Org Mode - Organize Your Life In Plain Text!

2018-12-17 Thread David Masterson
Bernt Hansen writes: > I am working with the latest git version (master branch) on Windows > running Emacs 25.1.1 > > $ git describe > release_9.1.14-1065-gdc7477070 > > (currently 2 commits behind master since I haven't updated today) You're a little ahead of me on Org and I am using Emacs

Re: [O] Org Mode - Organize Your Life In Plain Text!

2018-12-16 Thread David Masterson
Bernt Hansen writes: > Hi David, > > Sorry my website on org-mode is stale and I don't currently have time to > update it. I stopped updating it in 2015 after changing jobs and moving > to the windows platform (at work). My main issue is lack of free time > to spend on this project. > > The

[O] Org Mode - Organize Your Life In Plain Text!

2018-12-15 Thread David Masterson
I've been reading Bernt Hansen's excellent paper on setting up Org-Mode, but I noticed that it is rather dated and was wondering if Bernt is watching and plans to update the paper. In particular, the last version of the paper on his website has a couple of things that I think should be fixed even

Re: [O] Package System questions ?

2018-12-14 Thread David Masterson
Allen Li writes: > On Fri, Dec 14, 2018 at 3:46 PM David Masterson > wrote: >> >> Am I reading the startup process right? >> >> In GNU Emacs v26+, it appears that package-initialize is run out of >> startup.el which is run (I think) before th

[O] Package System questions ?

2018-12-14 Thread David Masterson
Am I reading the startup process right? In GNU Emacs v26+, it appears that package-initialize is run out of startup.el which is run (I think) before the various "init" files. Therefore, it is hardcoding the assumptions that: 1. The standard packages are in site-lisp or elpa directories. 2. The

Re: [O] Org-Publish of a PDF ??

2018-12-12 Thread David Masterson
Richard Lawrence writes: > David Masterson writes: >> When I publish my project, I find that my org files are first generated >> into tex and pdf files in directory1 and then the tex/pdf files are >> copied to directory2. What I would like is for the tex/pdf files to be

[O] Org-Publish of a PDF ??

2018-12-11 Thread David Masterson
Have a question about org-publish-project. I have a bunch of org files that work fine and I've been able to publish my project to PDF fine, but I'd like to refine the setting, but I can't find the documentation for what I want. Basically, I have the following: (setq org-publish-project-alist

Re: [O] Standard Format for Org Outlines?

2018-11-29 Thread David Masterson
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > David Masterson writes: > >> Good try, but I think you got it backwards. I pulled down a daily >> development snapshot tarball from yesterday (not good with git yet) and >> tried it again. This time, it broke M-return by adding an extra blank

Re: [O] Standard Format for Org Outlines?

2018-11-28 Thread David Masterson
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > David Masterson writes: > >> * Header 1 >> >> * Header 2 >> >> Position the cursor on '1' and M-return will create a new header with a >> blank line before and after it, but C-return will create a new header >> with a

Re: [O] Standard Format for Org Outlines?

2018-11-27 Thread David Masterson
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > David Masterson writes: >> My example is simple. >> >> * emacs --no-init >> * edit an org file with an outline >> * position cursor at the end of an outline entry >> * M-Return >> ** result: a new header with a blank lin

Re: [O] Standard Format for Org Outlines?

2018-11-26 Thread David Masterson
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > David Masterson writes: >> It apparently only affects org-insert-heading, but not >> org-insert-heading-respect-content -- I'm not sure why. Is that >> a bug? > They should behave the same way, indeed. Again a minimal example would >

Re: [O] Standard Format for Org Outlines?

2018-11-25 Thread David Masterson
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > David Masterson writes: >> Why does org-insert-heading insert a heading with a blank line after it >> inserts the heading while org-insert-heading-respect-context does not? > It may be a bug. Do you have an ECM for it? No. Thought it might be a

Re: [O] Standard Format for Org Outlines?

2018-11-25 Thread David Masterson
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Neil Jerram writes: >> On 23 November 2018 23:23:27 GMT, David Masterson >> wrote: >>>Probably a dumb question, but is there a standard format for Org >>>outlines. I'm particularly wondering about the use of blank lines. I >&g

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