Re: [O] [PATCH] Improve org-table-convert-region in order to use any string as separator

2015-04-13 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Nicolas, However `org-table-convert-region' already supports regexp as a parameter in development version, so your patch is not needed. OK, great. Thank you. Do you know when this will be merged into maint and/or accessible via elpa (I'm used to use the stable version from elpa or the

[O] [org-babel] Problem using result of code block with eval no

2015-04-08 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, I have an issue when I want to use the result of a code block which I executed manually (C-c C-v C-e) and then marked with ':eval no'. Here's what happen when I evaluate the following ECM with C-c C-v C-b: - the Result1 code block uses the table1 result as input and returns the expected

[O] [PATCH] Improve org-table-convert-region in order to use any string as separator

2015-04-07 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, European CSV files may use semi-colon as separator. As it was missing in `org-table-convert-region', I improved it in order to define any string as separator. Best regards, Francesco From: Francesco Pizzolante f...@missioncriticalit.com Date: Tue, 7 Apr 2015 11:53:45 +0200 Subject: [PATCH

Re: [O] [BUG] S-tab shows sub-headlines of archived headlines when org-inlinetask is loaded

2015-04-02 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Nicolas, Fixed in 03e81f0d240271d072fd155d41e59b6b353abaa9. Thank you. I just tested it and it works great. Thanks a lot! Regards, Francesco

Re: [O] [BUG] S-tab shows sub-headlines of archived headlines when org-inlinetask is loaded

2015-04-01 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, I would like to bump up this thread. I'm still having this issue while using the latest ELPA version of org-plus-contrib. Thanks for your help. Regards, Francesco Hi, Under normal cirscumstances, S-tab does not show up sub-headlines of archived headlines. When 'org-inlinetask' is

Re: [O] [bug] Alignment bug in clock tables

2015-02-11 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Stormking, Sorry for my very late reply: I thank you very much for your workaround which enables me to have well aligned clock tables. I also take the opportunity to bump up this thread. I think you correctly spotted the exact cause of our issue. Here's what you say in a previous message:

Re: [O] Exporting columnviews

2015-02-11 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Nicolas, Rasmus ras...@gmx.us writes: Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes: I introduced \nbsp at some point, but there were complaints from users not prettifying entities. So I guess \star is not an option either. Don't worry I use \nbsp sometimes! For what reason do people

Re: [O] [bug] Alignment bug in clock tables

2014-10-17 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Joost, I reported this on September 2nd too. Hitting C-c C-c inside the table fixes the formatting. Also moving to a position inside the table and doing: M-x org-table-align fixes the formatting. Hence I tried to create a new formatter function in order to re-align after writing the

[O] [bug] Alignment bug in clock tables

2014-10-02 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, I'm having an alignment issue in clock tables, both in the agenda and in dynamic blocks. By default, \emsp is displayed in clock tables for level 2 (or above) to indent headings. To avoid that, I set the variable `org-pretty-entities' to t, and in this case the alignment of the table is

Re: [O] [BUG] Entries from Org code blocks appear in agenda

2014-09-09 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Nicolas, I noticed that entries from Org code blocks are erroneously displayed in the agenda. Here's a very simple Org example in order to reproduce it (my-simple-test.org): * Test #+BEGIN_SRC org ,SCHEDULED: 2014-09-04 Thu 10:00 #+END_SRC This is a known bug that would require to

[O] Disabling figure numbers

2014-09-04 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, Currently, with the latest Elpa version, when exporting Org buffers to HTML generates figure numbers for images having a caption. How can I disable this behavior in order to get images with captions but without figure numbers? Thanks a lot. Regards, Francesco

[O] [BUG] Entries from Org code blocks appear in agenda

2014-09-04 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, I noticed that entries from Org code blocks are erroneously displayed in the agenda. Here's a very simple Org example in order to reproduce it (my-simple-test.org): --8---cut here---start-8--- * Test #+BEGIN_SRC org ,SCHEDULED: 2014-09-04 Thu 10:00

[O] [BUG] S-tab shows sub-headlines of archived headlines when org-inlinetask is loaded

2014-08-06 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, Under normal cirscumstances, S-tab does not show up sub-headlines of archived headlines. When 'org-inlinetask' is loaded, the behavior of S-tab changes and it shows up sub-headlines of archived headlines (which is not what we expect). Here's an ECM in order to easily reproduce the issue:

Re: [O] Fontification of org code block not printed

2014-08-01 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Bastien, This is the fault of Org. I fixed this in master by removing `org-block-background'. This is radical but I think this is really better: http://orgmode.org/cgit.cgi/org-mode.git/commit/?id=f8b42e8 Sebastien, let's think about another way of getting a color for the background,

[O] Centering graphics in LaTeX export

2014-05-15 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
to t. Could you please apply this patch? Thanks. Best regards, Francesco Pizzolante --- C:\Users\fpz\Documents\home\.emacs.d\elpa\org-plus-contrib-20140512\ox-latex.el 2014-05-15 17:09:08.0 +0200 +++ C:\Users\fpz\Documents\home\.emacs.d\elpa\org-plus-contrib-20140505 - Copy\ox

[O] Issue when using cache property set to yes

2014-05-15 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, I'm having issues using the cache property set to yes. The problem is the following (please see http://screencast.com/t/8sIMfL0YHAj): I've added a few directives (center, width, caption) in order to customize the output of my R code block. As soon as I change my code block and execute it,

Re: [O] [PATCH] Add catch-up all LaTeX errors

2014-03-28 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Marcin, This is rather a workaround, but don't use Adobe Reader, use any other PDF viewer instead. (IIRC, there's also a workaround that makes Adobe Reader behave correctly, i.e. not lock the pdf file, but I can't find it now. See here, for example:

Re: [O] [PATCH] Add catch-up all LaTeX errors

2014-03-27 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Nicolas, IOW, it cannot tell the difference between a successful export and an export failure with an already existing PDFFILE. This is not true as this code checks for the `errors' variable in all cases. With an already existing PDFFILE, you will end up with this message: 'Process

Re: [O] [PATCH] Add catch-up all LaTeX errors

2014-03-27 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Charles, First, I have subsequent messages in this thread and the discussion. Should Nick's observation, that IOW, it cannot tell the difference between a successful export and an export failure with an already existing PDF also include the qualification that the existing PDF file is

Re: [O] [PATCH] Add catch-up all LaTeX errors

2014-03-26 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, May I bump up this thread? Thanks for your help. Regards, Francesco Francesco Pizzolante wrote: Hi, This is not a definitive patch. It's just a first step in getting a better one. The issue is the fact that, when exporting to PDF, in some cases, Org tells that the export has been

Re: [O] [PATCH] Add catch-up all LaTeX errors

2014-03-26 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Nicolas, Thanks for your answer. As an example, if you open the target PDF file with Adobe Reader and, in the meantime, you export your Org file again to PDF, you'll see that Org will tell you it's OK (Process Completed) while, if you look at the *Org PDF LaTeX Output* buffer, you'll

Re: [O] [bug] Wrong scrolling with org-agenda-toto in agenda views

2014-03-11 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Bastien, Sorry for my late reply. The view should not scroll at all but only modify the selected task. I remember fixing this bug a while ago and cannot reproduce it with Org from master. What is the version of Org you use? Indeed, you're right. I didn't notice that my minimal test

[O] [bug] Wrong scrolling with org-agenda-toto in agenda views

2014-02-24 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, I noticed that when I'm using org-agenda-todo (C-c C-t or via the speed command) on a task in an agenda view, the view scrolls up to the selected task (see the following screencast: http://screencast.com/t/ml5aK0Saw). The view should not scroll at all but only modify the selected task.

Re: [O] Missing patch from Eric Schulte from 2013-10-09

2014-01-07 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Achim, The maint branch contains the release (8.2.4 for your example) plus those patches that are purely bugfixes (i.e. do not alter, remove or introduce features). In your example, eight such patches had accumulated, placing you at commit f1b933: release_8.2.4-8-gf1b9339. The master

Re: [O] Missing patch from Eric Schulte from 2013-10-09

2014-01-06 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Bastien, I noticed that I miss the following patch from Eric Schulte (from 2 months ago): http://orgmode.org/cgit.cgi/org-mode.git/commit/?id=15847336c39e7219e1c51c55d487f99956a06e34 I have Org-mode version 8.2.4 (8.2.4-8-gf1b933-elpaplus @

[O] Missing patch from Eric Schulte from 2013-10-09

2013-12-17 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, I noticed that I miss the following patch from Eric Schulte (from 2 months ago): http://orgmode.org/cgit.cgi/org-mode.git/commit/?id=15847336c39e7219e1c51c55d487f99956a06e34 I have Org-mode version 8.2.4 (8.2.4-8-gf1b933-elpaplus @

[O] Missing contrib packages

2013-12-17 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, I have Org-mode version 8.2.4 (8.2.4-8-gf1b933-elpaplus @ c:/Users/fpz/Documents/home/.emacs.d/elpa/org-plus-contrib-20131216/). I notice that I miss several packages like htmlize (important) and org-effectiveness. My questions are: - why, in the org-plus-contrib from elpa, I miss these

[O] [PATCH] Add catch-up all LaTeX errors

2013-10-11 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, This is not a definitive patch. It's just a first step in getting a better one. The issue is the fact that, when exporting to PDF, in some cases, Org tells that the export has been done successfully while the PDF file has not been produced! As an example, if you open the target PDF file

Re: [O] ATTR_LATEX not being applied on dynamic blocks

2013-09-05 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hello Nicolas, Nicolas Goaziou wrote: Francesco Pizzolante f...@missioncriticalit.com writes: But if I try what you suggest and move the #+ATTR_LATEX line inside the dynamic block (after the #+BEGIN: clocktable and just before the generated table), then this line gets lost as soon

Re: [O] [PATCH] Add support for `ltablex'

2013-09-04 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Nicolas, What are its advantages over longtabu environment, which is already supported? There is a lot of table related packages, I'm not sure we want to support them all. I wasn't aware about the tabu package and its tabu and longtabu environments. I'll try to use it and see if I can

[O] ATTR_LATEX not being applied on dynamic blocks

2013-09-03 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, I have an issue with ATTR_LATEX attributes not being applied to the clocktable dynamic block. This issue is similar to the one exposed by Sebastien in his post [1], so I took his ECM and modified it a little bit. Here's it is: --8---cut here---start-8---

[O] [PATCH] Add support for `ltablex'

2013-09-03 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
'. From: Francesco Pizzolante f...@missioncriticalit.com Date: Tue, 3 Sep 2013 16:44:24 +0200 Subject: [PATCH] Add support for `ltablex' --- lisp/ox-latex.el | 17 - 1 files changed, 16 insertions(+), 1 deletions(-) diff --git a/lisp/ox-latex.el b/lisp/ox-latex.el index e66c717

Re: [O] Indentation of code blocks within lists

2013-05-24 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Nicolas, I also cannot reproduce OP's problem. It may be related to `org-src-preserve-indentation' value. Thanks for your answer. I checked the `org-src-preserve-indentation' variable and saw that it was non `nil'. Setting this variable to `nil' fixes the demonstrated issue. But, even

Re: [O] Indentation of code blocks within lists

2013-05-21 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, May I bump up this thread? Thanks, Francesco Francesco Pizzolante wrote: Hi All, I'd like to let you know about issues I'm having while trying to put source code blocks within lists. Here's my example and how I indent it: * First situation - My first bullet We need to do

[O] Indentation of code blocks within lists

2013-05-13 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi All, I'd like to let you know about issues I'm having while trying to put source code blocks within lists. Here's my example and how I indent it: --8---cut here---start-8--- * First situation - My first bullet We need to do this: #+begin_src

[O] [PATCH] Normalize the construction of outline-container DIV ID

2013-04-09 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
: Francesco Pizzolante f...@missioncriticalit.com Date: Tue, 9 Apr 2013 13:38:19 +0200 Subject: [PATCH] Normalize the construction of outline-container DIV ID * ox-html.el (org-html-headline): Normalize the construction of outline-container DIVs by always using the inner headline ID. TINYCHANGE

[O] Visibility cycling applied on several windows

2013-04-02 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, If you have 2 windows opened with the same Org buffer, when you use a visibility cycling command (TAB, S-TAB, etc.), it changes the visibility in both windows, while you would expect the visibility being changed only in the active windows (not in both windows). Is there a way to restrict the

Re: [O] Visibility cycling applied on several windows

2013-04-02 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Christopher and Thorsten, Thanks for your replies. Christopher Schmidt wrote: Thorsten Jolitz tjol...@gmail.com writes: maybe this is what you need (untested): http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/emacs/Indirect-Buffers.html No, an indirect buffer shares its parent's text

[O] [PATCH] Avoid modification hooks in org-clock-sum

2013-01-31 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
-lines change (I have no copyright assignment to the FSF yet). Regards, Francesco From b328fadfbc76143ab86286f8a9939fa2c49ba186 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Francesco Pizzolante f...@missioncriticalit.com Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2013 17:21:42 +0100 Subject: [PATCH] Avoid Protect org-clock-sum using

[O] [PATCH] Protect org-agenda-prepare-buffers with org-unmodified

2013-01-31 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hello, This patch protects changes done in org-agenda-prepare-buffers with org-unmodified instead of saving/restoring buffer-modified-p. This avoids modification hooks to run. Regards, Francesco From 6ce481a40a64510d67708ca63d27bdb434ee3e5a Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Francesco Pizzolante f

Re: [O] [PATCH] Avoid all modification hooks in org-unmodified

2013-01-31 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Bastien, This is great. It's not only more efficient but also more consistent. Thanks a lot for joining the agenda optimization gang with such a contribution! I applied your patch, with a tiny change in the ChangeLog. Thanks for your message and for having applied the patch. I'm

Re: [O] [PATCH] Avoid modification hooks in org-clock-sum

2013-01-31 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Bastien, Applied, thanks. Thanks to you. Please let me know if you want to assign your copyright for further patches -- the limit is cumulative over patches. I just introduced a request to the FSF. Regards, Francesco

[O] [PATCH] Avoid all modification hooks in org-unmodified

2013-01-30 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
/Change-Hooks.html In my case, this positively impacts the loading of the agenda. Regards, Francesco From 173526db9d9b925e9eb568a725647e4065f0e27c Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Francesco Pizzolante f...@missioncriticalit.com Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2013 16:09:22 +0100 Subject: [PATCH] Avoid all

Re: [O] flyspell and code blocks

2012-12-21 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, Jambunathan K wrote: Julian Burgos jul...@hafro.is writes: It is possible to make flyspell to ignore (i.e. do not spell check) the text within code blocks (I mean blocks of texts separated by #+begin_src and #+end src)? I did my homework but could not find a good answer. See

[O] Why does export of images to LaTeX requires either org-special-blocks or org-jsinfo?

2012-11-21 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, I have noticed that the correct export of images in LaTeX requires one of these 2 packages: org-special-blocks or org-jsinfo. While I cannot see any relation between these packages and the export of images in LaTeX, if none of these 2 packages is loaded then images are exported as \href

Re: [O] Why does export of images to LaTeX requires either org-special-blocks or org-jsinfo?

2012-11-21 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Suvayu, Those modules are optional. How do you write your links in the org file? To be included in LaTeX export with includegraphics, the description part of the link should be empty. e.g. [[/path/to/image]] This creates an inline image in the final pdf. That's exactly what I do

Re: [O] Why does export of images to LaTeX requires either org-special-blocks or org-jsinfo?

2012-11-21 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Achim, Both of these will load org-html, either directly or indirectly. With that the default definition for org-export-html-inline-images comes into existence, which despite the name is also used for other exporters. Thanks a lot for the explanation. Is there a plan to make this

Re: [O] Issue when jumping from agenda view to clock line

2012-11-16 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, Here's a small example. #+begin_src org * My tasks ** First task :LOGBOOK: CLOCK: [2012-10-22 Mon 13:00]--[2012-10-22 Mon 14:30] = 1:00 CLOCK: [2012-10-23 Tue 13:00]--[2012-10-23 Tue 14:30] = 1:00 CLOCK: [2012-10-24 Wed 13:00]--[2012-10-24 Wed 14:30] = 1:00 :END:

[O] Issue when jumping from agenda view to clock line

2012-10-24 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, I'm having an issue when jumping from the C-c a a / v c view (check log view in the agenda view) to a clock line. Here's a small example. #+begin_src org * My tasks ** First task :LOGBOOK: CLOCK: [2012-10-22 Mon 13:00]--[2012-10-22 Mon 14:30] = 1:00 CLOCK: [2012-10-23 Tue

[O] Defining a new emphasis

2012-05-07 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, I'm trying to define a new emphasis that would work like org-code (=) except that it would export to \textsf instead of \texttt in LaTeX. I tried several combinations using org-emphasis-alist and org-export-latex-emphasis-alist, but I must admit that I'm lost amongst all parameters

Re: [O] Defining a new emphasis

2012-05-07 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Nicolas, I'm trying to define a new emphasis Please don't. We're in the process of hard-coding emphasis markers. OK. Understood. that would work like org-code (=) except that it would export to \textsf instead of \texttt in LaTeX. If that's related to export, you can tweak the

Re: [O] [PATCH] Separate file time from its tasks times

2012-04-20 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Bastien, I'd like to give my opinion on this subject. The original display of the clock table with the default values for both options is consistent. Putting the File time in a different column would require putting the Total time in yet another column, which IMO makes the clock table

[O] Filter agenda view to subtree

2011-08-10 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, I would like to be able to filter the agenda view according to an Org file or a subtree. Currently, the only way to do that is: 1. change buffer, 2. go the desired one, 3. go to the desired subtree, 4. generate the agenda view restricted to the current subtree (C-c C-x ). It would be good

[O] LaTeX export of headings to lists

2011-05-27 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
---end---8--- If you don't see any problem with this fix, could you apply it? Thanks a lot, Francesco Pizzolante

[O] HTML export Resizing an activated inline image

2011-04-06 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, When you want to resize an inline image, you have to write something like the following: --8---cut here---start-8--- #+ATTR_HTML: width=50% [[./images/toto.png]] --8---cut here---end---8--- This generates the following

Re: [O] Bug when publishing images

2011-03-21 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi David, There's still a little problem though when adding a caption: --8---cut here---start-8--- #+CAPTION: toto [[file:toto.png]] --8---cut here---end---8--- Indeed.  I overlooked a stray p tag.  This one

[O] HTML export Bold and italic links

2011-03-21 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, Exporting the following links: --8---cut here---start-8--- Exporting a [[http://www.google.com][*bold link*]]. Exporting a *[[http://www.google.com][bold link]]*. Exporting an [[http://www.google.com][/italic link/]]. Exporting an

Re: [O] Bug when publishing images

2011-03-16 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi David, There's still a little problem though when adding a caption: --8---cut here---start-8--- #+CAPTION: toto [[file:toto.png]] --8---cut here---end---8--- Indeed. I overlooked a stray p tag. This one is fixed

Re: [O] Bug when publishing images

2011-03-15 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi David, At Mon, 14 Mar 2011 10:09:37 +0100, Francesco Pizzolante wrote: Since this morning, I have problems exporting (inline) images. ... Could someone fix this as soon as possible? The joys of bleeding edget. Should be fixed by now. Thanks for the fix. It works better now

[O] Bug when publishing images

2011-03-14 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
: --8---cut here---start-8--- lt;img src=toto.png alt=toto.png /gt; --8---cut here---end---8--- where the first and last and are escaped. Could someone fix this as soon as possible? Thanks a lot, Francesco Pizzolante

Re: [O] Bug when publishing images

2011-03-14 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Bastien, Since this morning, I have problems exporting (inline) images. Here's an example. Such content in my Org buffer: [[file:toto.png]] is exported to this HTML code: lt;img src=toto.png alt=toto.png /gt; Yes, this is a problem with last commit. Simply do this: ~$ git

[Orgmode] [babel] References to variable block names

2011-01-12 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, I'm trying to maintain my employees CVs in a single Org file using Babel (see example hereunder). For this, I created several level-1 headings, one for each employee. Then, I have my main CV block (cv source block, see last Composed CV heading) containing the layout of the CVs. This block

[Orgmode] Re: Project management Dynamic block per tag + [Babel]

2010-12-16 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Matt, Another option is to use a babel block and org-map-entries to spit out a simple list of tasks for each person: --8---cut here---start-8--- #+source: tasklist #+begin_src emacs-lisp :var person=me  (let (tasklist)    (org-map-entries    

Re: [Orgmode] Export to LaTeX bug

2010-12-14 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
{}} \author{Francesco Pizzolante} \date{09 December 2010} \maketitle \setcounter{tocdepth}{3} \tableofcontents \vspace*{1cm} \section{This is a simple test} \label{sec-1} \end{document} --8---cut here---end---8--- Thanks, F

[Orgmode] Embedding the style when exporting to HTML

2010-12-14 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, I'm still in the process of managing a project with Org while trying to evangelize my colleagues to Org. The goal is to share documents in the simplest possible way. What I'm trying to do is to have my style be embedded (inline) to my exported HTML file. Today, it can done by customizing

Re: [Orgmode] Embedding the style when exporting to HTML

2010-12-14 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Christian, The following would make the exported HTML link to an external stylesheet. #+STYLE: link rel=stylesheet type=text/css href=my_style.css/ But that 's not what you're after? You want the stylesheet to be /outside/ (linked from) your Org file, but /embedded in/ the exported HTML?

[Orgmode] Re: Project management Dynamic block per tag + [Babel]

2010-12-09 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Matt, Thanks a lor for you answer. I preferred your second suggestion as I can add it directly to my Org buffer: --8---cut here---start-8--- #+source: tasklist #+begin_src emacs-lisp :var person=me  (let (tasklist)    (org-map-entries     (lambda

[Orgmode] Export to LaTeX bug

2010-12-09 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
]{\textbf{#1}} \begin{document} \title{Test export \LaTeX{}} \author{Francesco Pizzolante} \date{09 December 2010} \maketitle \setcounter{tocdepth}{3} \tableofcontents \vspace*{1cm} \section{This is a simple test} \label{sec-1} \end{document} --8---cut here---end

[Orgmode] [Babel] LaTeX code not exported

2010-12-09 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
test/a/li /ul /div /div div id=outline-container-1 class=outline-2 h2 id=sec-1span class=section-number-21/span This is a simple test/h2 div class=outline-text-2 id=text-1 /div /div div id=postamble p class=author Author: Francesco Pizzolante /p p class=date Date: 2010-12-09 17:41:54 /p /div

[Orgmode] Project management Dynamic block per tag + [Babel]

2010-11-22 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, I'm using Org to manage a project. I need to output a tasks list for every of my colleagues, person per person. I'm currently using tags to assing people to tasks (even if I'm not completely convinced that this is the right way to go). What I would like is to generate a dynamic block for

[Orgmode] Exporting BEAMER_HEADER_EXTRA

2010-09-16 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, I have noticed a small problem with the export of the #+BEAMER_HEADER_EXTRA content (containing, as described in the documentation, the \usetheme{MyTheme} command). As of now, it is generated just before the \begin{document} command and after the export of \title{}, \author{} and \date{}

[Orgmode] Exporting customized align attribute to LaTeX

2010-05-12 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, Exporting a customized align attribute for a table produces a wrong result. Here's an example where I'm customizing the S column type (coming from the siunitx package): I want to add the EUR symbol after each value in the specified column. --8---cut

Re: Nick Dokos: Re: [Orgmode] Problem exporting to LaTeX/PDF from command line

2010-04-22 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
...@hp.com Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Problem exporting to LaTeX/PDF from command line To: nicholas.do...@hp.com Date:Tue, 20 Apr 2010 11:46:41 -0400 Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com wrote: Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com wrote: Francesco Pizzolante f...@missioncriticalit.com wrote

Re: [Orgmode] Problem exporting to LaTeX/PDF from command line

2010-04-20 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, I forgot to mention that, of course, when I do the same operation within Emacs, using the C-c C-e l, the file is exported without problem. Any idea? Thanks, Francesco Francesco Pizzolante wrote: Hi, I'm trying to write a shell script in order to convert/export Org files to LaTeX/PDF

Re: [Orgmode] Exporting non utf8 org documents

2010-03-22 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Carsten, I'm sorry for my very very late reply on this topic, but I'm just observing problem with this. you can remove the code I sent you again, and instead grab the latest git release. Then you can also do (setq org-export-latex-inputenc-alist '((utf8 . utf8x))) to get utf8x instead

Re: [Orgmode] LaTeX export Avoid \newline command after timestampsX-Draft-From: (nnimap+mc:INBOX.sncb)

2010-03-18 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, Thanks for your remarks. thanks for this. The reason why I put this is is to make sure that text after that line will start in a new line, and now flow into the scheduled/deadline line. For example: *** DONE My Task :Be: SCHEDULED:

Re: [Orgmode] LaTeX export Avoid \newline command after timestampsX-Draft-From: (nnimap+mc:INBOX.sncb)

2010-03-18 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi David, David Maus wrote: Took me a while to realize the problem with current implementation: If you already have a blank line between scheduled/deadline line and the content the newline forces extra spacing between scheduled/deadline and the following paragraph. I'm sorry if I wasn't

[Orgmode] LaTeX export Avoid \newline command after timestampsX-Draft-From: (nnimap+mc:INBOX.sncb)

2010-03-17 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, When exporting an Org buffer to latex, I can see that Org generates an extra \newline command just after exporting the timestamps to the heading. An example. This Org stuff: --8---cut here---start-8--- *** DONE My Task

Re: [Orgmode] Exporting non utf8 org documents

2010-01-08 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Carsten, here is a possible solution: Please get the latest git version of org-mode. Then put the following code into .emacs: (defun my-org-export-latex-fix-inputenc () Set the codingsystem in inputenc to what the buffer is. (let* ((cs buffer-file-coding-system)

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] Idiomatic handling of quotes

2009-12-18 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
use to remove the double quotes when I need it: - From: Francesco Pizzolante f...@missioncriticalit.com Subject: [Orgmode] [babel] double quotes in tables To: mailing-list-org-mode emacs-orgmode@gnu.org Date: Mon, 14 Dec 2009 17:18:30

[Orgmode] [babel] double quotes in tables

2009-12-14 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, Often, I find useful that babel could generate result tables without the double quotes () enclosing all the text values in the cells. In order to do that, I added a 'noquotes` option to the :results header argument. Here's my patch. As I'm not an elisp expert, please tell me if there's a

[Orgmode] [babel] Executing source block which includes another block

2009-12-10 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, Here's a small example where I'm interested both in tangling source blocks and executing sources blocks in my org buffer: --8---cut here---start-8--- * Test ** Common part #+srcname: common #+begin_src sh :exports none :results silent VAR=ThisIsATest

[Orgmode] Exporting non utf8 org documents

2009-12-08 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
{xcolor} \usepackage{listings} \title{org-french} \author{Francesco Pizzolante} \date{08 décembre 2009} \begin{document} \maketitle \setcounter{tocdepth}{3} \tableofcontents \vspace*{1cm} \section{Ceci est un test} \label{sec-1} Voici un petit texte rédigé en français. \end{document} --8

Re: [Orgmode] Blorgit SVN integration

2009-12-07 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Eric, Thanks for the patch. I got it working and pushed up the change to the blorgit git repository. That's cool! Thanks for that! Now all we need is an interface for reviewing/reverting previous commits, and individual username/passwords and blorgit will be a full fledged wiki! :) I

Re: [Orgmode] [PATCH] sha1 hash of latex fragments to avoid regeneration

2009-12-07 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Eric, Would it be possible to switch from using org-exp-blocks to using org-babel? If so then you could use org-babel's caching which does *not* affect the exported file name, but rather saves a sha1 key as (mostly) hidden text in the org-mode buffer. so for example #+BEGIN_ditaa

Re: [Orgmode] Re: File modification date

2009-12-07 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, DATE was implemented exactly to specify a fixed date. You can get the modification date with {{{modification-time(%Y-%m-%d)}}} and the current date with {{{date(%Y-%m-%d)}}} These will be expanded upon export. So you can, in fact, do #+DATE:

Re: [Orgmode] Blorgit SVN integration

2009-12-03 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Eric, One little question: is it possible to add a comment field when editing a file through the web interface and use that comment as the log when checking in the file in the repository? That behavior is not currently part of blorgit, but it shouldn't be hard to add. See lines 241

Re: [Orgmode] [PATCH] sha1 hash of latex fragments to avoid regeneration

2009-12-02 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Remember: use `Reply All' to send replies to the list. Emacs-orgmode@gnu.org http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/emacs-orgmode -- Francesco Pizzolante - f...@missioncriticalit.com M i s s i o n C r i

[Orgmode] Blorgit Issue with setf

2009-11-25 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, After having updated orgmode and blorgit to their latest versions, I kept getting the following error: *ERROR*: Symbol's function definition is void: setf This error was preventing the creation of any html/latex/pdf files. After applying this patch, everything is back to normal:

[Orgmode] Blorgit Issue with setf

2009-11-25 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, After having updated orgmode and blorgit to their latest versions, I kept getting the following error: *ERROR*: Symbol's function definition is void: setf This error was preventing the creation of any html/latex/pdf files. After applying this patch, everything is back to normal:

[Orgmode] Blorgit Adding PDF export

2009-11-23 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Eric, Also, rather than using a shell script, would it be possible to use the built in `org-export-as-pdf' function. This may obviate the need for a shell script at all. In this case you probably wouldn't need to remove the leading . in the file names, and if you did, it could be done in

[Orgmode] org-export-as-pdf Removing log files

2009-11-23 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, When removing log files, the org-export-as-pdf function should also delete the .idx files: --8---cut here---start-8--- diff --git a/lisp/org-latex.el b/lisp/org-latex.el index ad45a21..17e038c 100644 --- a/lisp/org-latex.el +++ b/lisp/org-latex.el @@

[Orgmode] org-export-as-pdf Deleting the pdf file

2009-11-23 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, When working with LaTeX files (and now with org files as well), we are used to open the resulting PDF files with Sumatra PDF viewer. It is very handy because it does not lock the file (like Adobe Reader) and thus enables us to recompile it while it is still open. It is then refreshed

[Orgmode] Re: Blorgit Adding PDF export

2009-11-23 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Eric, First off this looks great. Thanks. Rather than explicitly using the /tmp directory i would recommend using the `make-temp-file' function, which should work across a wider range of systems. Additionally if you need to get the directory from a path, or combine a file-name and a

[Orgmode] LaTeX export of section links

2009-11-20 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, I have a few questions about links to sections. I've read that it is better to user IDs and CUSTOM_IDs to links to section... Here's a small example with 4 cases: --8---cut here---start-8--- * First :PROPERTIES: :CUSTOM_ID: heading-a :END: Hello

Re: [Orgmode] Blorgit SVN integration

2009-11-20 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Eric, 1) Is it possible to integrate Blorgit with SVN instead of git? If yes, how can I do it? This is what I've added to blog.rb: diff --git a/backend/blog.rb b/backend/blog.rb index 0f43728..827ec05 100644 [...] Thanks, that patch looks great. If you don't mind I'd like to

[Orgmode] Bug in LaTeX export of multiple footnote references

2009-11-20 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi, Exporting multiple references to the same footnote to LaTeX lead to a wrong generated code. The following example: --8---cut here---start-8--- * Title This is my text[fn:1:This is my footnote.]. And another one[fn:1]. --8---cut

Re: [Orgmode] LaTeX export of section links

2009-11-20 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Carsten, --8---cut here---start-8--- * First :PROPERTIES: :CUSTOM_ID: heading-a :END: Hello Toto! * Second # heading-b Hello Tata! * Third #+CUSTOM_ID: heading-c Hello Titi! * Fourth #+ID: heading-d Hello Tete! [[heading-a]]

Re: [Orgmode] LaTeX export of section links

2009-11-20 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Carsten, OK. But the information in these 2 comments is correctly used to replace the alias (heading-c and heading-d) with the label generated by org during the export. See the last 2 references in my example: these references are correct. They thus have been correctly processed from

Re: [Orgmode] Blorgit SVN integration

2009-11-19 Thread Francesco Pizzolante
Hi Eric, First of all, I thank you very much for your useful tips. Thanks to you, I think I've made a step forward. Here's how. 1) Is it possible to integrate Blorgit with SVN instead of git? If yes, how can I do it? Yes, it should be possible to use any version control backend, the

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