[O] [PATCH] fix typo in org.texi

2012-06-16 Thread Jan Böcker
The attached patch fixes a typo in the documentation. I hope I got the format of the commit message right. Best regards, Jan From 7daa1f794794d515624ab28310db81a0e4099ea5 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: =?UTF-8?q?Jan=20B=C3=B6cker?= jan.boec...@jboecker.de Date: Sat, 16 Jun 2012 15:04:43 +0200

Re: [O] org-capture-template: SCHEDULED: obsolete?

2011-11-06 Thread Jan Böcker
On 11/05/2011 11:35 PM, Marius Hofert wrote: Apparently, the string SCHEDULED: is not required for an entry to appear in agenda view. Hi Marius, the difference between date and SCHEDULED: date is that date will cause the entry to appear in the agenda only on the given day, whereas

Re: [O] how to both :body-only t and :table-of-contents t

2011-09-23 Thread Jan Böcker
On 09/21/2011 09:40 PM, G. Jay Kerns wrote: In other words, it looks like I am obliged to :body-only t which cuts out header/footer/TOC or I can NOT do :body-only t which will give me the TOC plus a bunch of extra stuff. My question: is it possible to do what I want? Is there some sort of

Re: [O] [WISH] Latex WYSIWYG

2011-06-24 Thread Jan Böcker
On 06/21/2011 02:22 AM, Sebastian Berchtold wrote: Hi, my first post here: So big shout outs to all org-mode hackers. Great Stuff! There is one feature I'd really like to have, but i couldn't find anything that does what i want. I guess it's just a small hack, but with my retarded elisp

Re: [Orgmode] Make file:... directory links open dired by default

2011-02-02 Thread Jan Böcker
On 01/24/2011 05:38 AM, Leo Alekseyev wrote: I am working under Windows, and by default links like file:~/path... open in Explorer. I can manually change the link to file+emacs:~/path... and then it opens in dired -- but is there a way to change the default behavior so that when I press C-c

Re: [Orgmode] Elementary: How to return to the main view

2010-10-14 Thread Jan Böcker
On 10/14/2010 03:11 AM, Umesh P N wrote: Hi, From the main view, if I click on a tag, org-mode will show only items with that tag. How to go back to the main view? I just tried it. For me, clicking on the tags of an entry will open an agenda view showing all items from my agenda files which

Re: [Orgmode] Re: todos without timestamp in agenda

2010-09-15 Thread Jan Böcker
On 09/14/2010 12:10 PM, henry atting wrote: On Di, Sep 14 2010, Eric S Fraga wrote: On Tue, 14 Sep 2010 08:27:48 +0200, henry atting nsmp...@online.de wrote: When I have some kind of todo items in an *.org file without timestamp they do not show up in the agenda. I can start the agenda with

Re: [Orgmode] Embedding images as data: URIs in the HTML exporter (was: MathJax is now the default for HTML math)

2010-09-03 Thread Jan Böcker
On 09/03/2010 05:07 AM, s...@blarg.net wrote: How about doing the same data: URI embedding for images in the HTML exporter? It should be possible to implement it entirely inside Emacs. It would have to be optional, of course. Derek This is certainly possible, the following patch would

Re: [Orgmode] mathjax HTML export question

2010-08-24 Thread Jan Böcker
On 08/23/2010 08:12 PM, Erik Iverson wrote: Is there something that I'm missing, or that could be better with a local installation of MathJax? I don't know what reverts to image fonts in Firefox means, but whatever is happening on my export seems to look nice. Hi Erik, when MathJax cannot

Re: [Orgmode] items not disappearing from agenda once marked done

2010-08-19 Thread Jan Böcker
On 08/19/2010 07:55 AM, Gert van Oss wrote: dear list, I know this is in the FAQ-[1] but I can't get it working. I've started with a new setup not edited by hand. Can someone point me in the right direction to get this working when I do: C-c-a? (custom-set-variables ;;

Re: [Orgmode] MathJax is now the default for HTML math

2010-08-17 Thread Jan Böcker
Static MathJax v0.2 contains org-static-mathjax.el, which integrates it into the Org export process. The comments in that file explain how it can be used. Download it at: http://www.jboecker.de/2010/08/15/staticmathjax.html I have added a note to org-hacks.org in Worg, which should show up when

Re: [Orgmode] MathJax is now the default for HTML math

2010-08-17 Thread Jan Böcker
On 08/17/2010 01:01 PM, Carsten Dominik wrote: On Aug 17, 2010, at 12:44 PM, Jan Böcker wrote: Static MathJax v0.2 contains org-static-mathjax.el, which integrates it into the Org export process. The comments in that file explain how it can be used. Download it at: http

Re: [Orgmode] MathJax is now the default for HTML math

2010-08-16 Thread Jan Böcker
On 08/16/2010 10:59 AM, Carsten Dominik wrote: Hi, should something like this go into org itself, or would it be enough to put this up on worg, in org-hacks or so? - Carsten Hi Carsten, Org-hacks sounds like the appropriate place. It is, after all, exactly that: a hack/proof of concept

Re: [Orgmode] TODO hooks

2010-08-16 Thread Jan Böcker
On 08/16/2010 02:47 PM, Andrea Crotti wrote: After another time that I forgot something I came up with the same idea. Suppose I live in address X, and whenever I change my address I have to notify Y, Z, W. Now how could I handle this automatically? I would like that, whenever my address

[Orgmode] Help, org-inbuffer-options-extra seems to hate me right now

2010-08-16 Thread Jan Böcker
-hook '(lambda () (print opt-plist))) and then export this two-line example to HTML: #+StaticMathJax: test * Test the following gets printed to my *Messages* buffer: Exporting... (:latex-image-options nil :exclude-tags (noexport) :select-tags (export) :email j...@pythagoras :author Jan Böcker :auto

Re: [Orgmode] MathJax is now the default for HTML math

2010-08-15 Thread Jan Böcker
I have now published the code used to create the static version: http://www.jboecker.de/2010/08/15/staticmathjax.html Below is a first stab at HTML export integration fresh out of my *scratch* buffer (which lacks the possibility to configure this for each file). -- Jan (defun

Re: [Orgmode] MathJax is now the default for HTML math

2010-08-14 Thread Jan Böcker
On 08/14/2010 08:09 AM, Carsten Dominik wrote: From now on, the default settings will use the incredible MathJax library to display math in exported HTML. If you had never turned on LaTeX snipped math publishing, this will now magically work all by itself. Yes, indeed it does! Since I read

Re: [Orgmode] MathJax is now the default for HTML math

2010-08-14 Thread Jan Böcker
On 08/14/2010 10:59 PM, Carsten Dominik wrote: Hi Jan, can you expand a bit on why this is interesting to do? What are the advantages? Thanks! - Carsten Advantages are: - The user is not required to have JavaScript enabled - In some cases, there is a speed advantage, because there

[Orgmode] Listing todos which have other todos in the subtree in the agenda

2010-08-13 Thread Jan Böcker
I have a projects.org file with entries like this: * PROJECT Find the answer to life, the universe and everything * PROJECT World Domination *** NEXT build Doomsday Device (where PROJECT and NEXT are both defined as todo keywords.) I'd like to define a custom agenda view to get a project list.

Re: [Orgmode] Listing todos which have other todos in the subtree in the agenda

2010-08-13 Thread Jan Böcker
On 08/13/2010 06:10 PM, David Maus wrote: Jan Böcker wrote: I have a projects.org file with entries like this: * PROJECT Find the answer to life, the universe and everything * PROJECT World Domination *** NEXT build Doomsday Device (where PROJECT and NEXT are both defined as todo

Re: [Orgmode] How to show done tasks in agenda

2010-08-13 Thread Jan Böcker
On 08/13/2010 10:11 PM, Glasspen wrote: Hi! A question about tasks in agenda-view. How can org-mode show done tasks in agenda-view. Regards /C If you are in the todo list view, there is a line like this at the top: Available with `N r': (0)ALL (1)NEXT (2)AMD (3)WAITING (4)DONE

Re: [Orgmode] Re: From todos to tracking

2010-08-12 Thread Jan Böcker
On 08/12/2010 07:35 PM, Andrea Crotti wrote: Bastien bastien.gue...@wikimedia.fr writes: Andrea Crotti andrea.crott...@gmail.com writes: I was wondering if there is something that would be able to convert a org-mode buffer (with todos) to a web page (even static) that resembles a tracking

Re: [Orgmode] text color + highlight

2010-08-11 Thread Jan Böcker
On 08/11/2010 01:14 AM, Samuel Wales wrote: i suggest begin-end pairs, not putting text in the syntax itself. though you could, if you want, using quotes. $[class begin :title animals]Some text about animals$[class end :title animals] Why not allow both? If I want to highlight one or

[Orgmode] Tip: How to copypaste a table from Firefox to Org

2010-08-10 Thread Jan Böcker
Hi all, posting in case this is useful to someone else: I just figured out how to copy paste tabular data from Firefox to an Org buffer (in my case: a train schedule from www.bahn.de). - Select data in Firefox - Paste into Org, select it as the region - M-x replace-regexp RET C-i \ | ^ RET |

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Insert TODO or plain heading depending on context

2010-08-10 Thread Jan Böcker
On 08/10/2010 11:41 PM, Nathan Neff wrote: Is there a function in org-mode that returns the TODO status of the heading that the cursor is currently in? Yes, try org-get-todo-state. (Found this using C-h f, typing org, then using I-Search in the completion buffer.) This returns something like

[Orgmode] Re: Tip: How to copypaste a table from Firefox to Org

2010-08-10 Thread Jan Böcker
On 08/11/2010 03:42 AM, Bernt Hansen wrote: Jan Böcker jan.boec...@jboecker.de writes: Hi all, posting in case this is useful to someone else: I just figured out how to copy paste tabular data from Firefox to an Org buffer (in my case: a train schedule from www.bahn.de). - Select data

Re: [Orgmode] questions about links

2010-08-09 Thread Jan Böcker
On 08/07/2010 07:00 PM, scraw...@gmail.com wrote: Hi guys, Ok, if I make foo a link: blah blah [[foo]] blah it will pop over to foo elsewhere in the buffer. (This is a tangent, but I see carets in the documentation, like foo , but they don't seem to be needed-- the link finds foo

Re: [Orgmode] How can I add a DONE tag to an org file?

2010-08-02 Thread Jan Böcker
On 08/02/2010 11:47 AM, Water Lin wrote: Here is my two questions: 1. I want to mark an org file as DONE, so I will let me know that the file is finished and doesn't need any change. How can I add this similar tag to the file, or something else. You can use file tags: #+FILETAGS:

Re: [Orgmode] Footnote export

2010-07-31 Thread Jan Böcker
On 07/31/2010 08:32 AM, Typhoon wrote: Yes, thanks. I was using f:nil but what I would really like is to disable [1] type footnotes while retaining the [fn:1] style. Nice trick on the zero-space - That would be OK, I suppose, but like you say, a bit tedious after a while. Alright, so we

Re: [Orgmode] Footnote export

2010-07-30 Thread Jan Böcker
On 07/31/2010 05:17 AM, Typhoon wrote: I write legal texts and often need to reference case law like this: /Pyke v The Hibernian Bank Limited/ [1950] IR 195 Obviously, I don't want the [1950] to be a footnote. What do I do? Thanks, Alan Hi Alan, you can add the following line:

Re: [Orgmode] Re: tab visibility cycling doesn't work over putty/ssh with viper-mode enabled

2010-05-22 Thread Jan Böcker
On 05/21/2010 11:02 PM, Herbert Sitz wrote: Second, the problem with TAB key in viper-mode does seem specific to PuTTY/ssh, since it works fine when working directly. When you say working directly, I assume you use the GUI interface of emacs. Maybe the problem is not PuTTY-related but caused

Re: [Orgmode] emacs 23.1 crash on small org file (org-version 6.36)

2010-05-21 Thread Jan Böcker
On 05/21/2010 01:43 AM, Fritz Kunze wrote: MY TASKS -*- mode: org; fill-column: 78; after-save-hook: (archive-done-tasks) -*- If my understanding is correct, archive-done-tasks is evaluated when the file is loaded, which I guess is not your intention. (You want to set after-save-hook to

Re: [Orgmode] Re: tab visibility cycling doesn't work over putty/ssh with viper-mode enabled

2010-05-20 Thread Jan Böcker
On 05/20/2010 06:14 AM, Herbert Sitz wrote: Herbert Sitz hsitz at nwlink.com writes: With viper-mode enabled all I get is a bell when I click on tab to cycle the visibility of a heading in viper's normal mode. Hi Herbert, I could not reproduce this here (Ubuntu 10.04 host, Putty on

Re: [Orgmode] Hyperlinks capable?

2010-05-14 Thread Jan Böcker
On 05/12/2010 08:07 PM, Bob Paje wrote: Does Org-mode understand Windows shortcuts and Web hyperlinks? Can a simple press of the RETURN key (a la Outlook) open a new window to the shortcut file/folder or the web page, as it may be? bob Org supports hyperlinks to a lot of different

Re: [Orgmode] one .emacs on multiple computers

2010-05-13 Thread Jan Böcker
On 05/13/2010 03:48 AM, charles snyder wrote: Can I just do something like: (defvar cls-org-file C:/Users/clsnyder/My Documents/My Dropbox/emacs_org/) ;; WINDOWS VERSION (defvar cls-org-file /Users/clsnyder/Dropbox/emacs_org/) ;; IMAC VERSION and then in each of the various .emacs files

[Orgmode] [PATCH] org-file-apps docstring: document using regexp group matches as command line parameters, add examples

2010-05-12 Thread Jan Böcker
This is also available via git pull git://github.com/jboecker/org-mode.git for-carsten I tried to document the new behaviour as concise and clear as possible. (If anyone reads this and finds it too confusing in any way, please say so . I introduced the changes, so I know what they do and why,

Re: [Orgmode] Literate programming

2010-05-10 Thread Jan Böcker
Ivanov Dmitry usr...@gmail.com writes: The tree buffer seems an ideal tool for this project. What is this tree buffer you speak of? Are you telling me that I can already use Org to view the outline Leo-style, with the outline structure (folded to the content startup visibility) in one window

Re: [Orgmode] Specify page number in hyperlink [to pdf]

2010-04-30 Thread Jan Böcker
On 30.04.2010 10:10, Nick Dokos wrote: Joe Riel j...@san.rr.com wrote: Jan Böcker wrote: A related question; can this extension be used with link abbreviations? I tried #+LINK: sample file:/home/joe/sample.pdf with [[sample::3]] but that does not work. This happens in org

Re: [Orgmode] Is this the best place for noob questions too?

2010-04-29 Thread Jan Böcker
On 28.04.2010 09:27, Ian Barton wrote: Quite often when browsing the list I find posts that give me ideas of a new way of doing something, or introduce me to some feature I wasn't aware of. Same here, that's one of the reasons I read this list. I guess most of us on this list are still a noob

Re: [Orgmode] Turning on TOC export of timestamps for headlines

2010-04-29 Thread Jan Böcker
On 28.04.2010 02:25, Rick Moynihan wrote: I can't seem to get timestampts to export to HTML as part of the TOC when they're in a headline Hi Rick, customize the variable org-export-remove-timestamps-from-toc. HTH, Jan ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing

Re: [Orgmode] Specify page number in hyperlink [to pdf]

2010-04-29 Thread Jan Böcker
On 28.04.2010 20:30, Joe Riel wrote: The hyperlink syntax allows specifying a line number, however, that doesn't do anything (other than force the document to be opened inside of emacs) with a non-text file (say a pdf). Is therea an extension to allow specifying a page number so that a link

Re: [Orgmode] How to change font size and colors for specified content?

2010-04-26 Thread Jan Böcker
On 26.04.2010 07:21, filebat Mark wrote: Hi friends I am bumped to be asked: how to change font size and colors for specified content, in order to higlight them, like MSword. Can you be more specific? I'd guess that a lot of the people on this list do not use MS Word regularly if at all, so

[Orgmode] Why does org-html.org refuse to export a table of contents when body-only is t?

2010-04-18 Thread Jan Böcker
Hi all, I'd like to add a table of contents to a HTML export with body-only set to t (to feed into jekyll later), but org-html.el automatically disables the TOC when body-only is given. I have used the attached one-line patch without any problems, the (still XHTML strict compliant) result can be

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Support (or not) for Emacs 21, and XEmacs

2010-04-16 Thread Jan Böcker
On 16.04.2010 12:26, Carsten Dominik wrote: Hi, I have made a test version of Org with the compatibility code for XEmacs and without some of the left-over compatibility code for Emacs 21. I would appreciate if some people could check out the `remove-compatibility-code' branch from

[Orgmode] [BUG] org-export confused by :ID: something in elisp source blocks

2010-04-15 Thread Jan Böcker
Hello, I think I discovered a bug in org-export. If you have a headline with an elisp code block containing the following line: :ID: the HTML code will be garbled at the beginning of the headline. I have attached a minimal test case and the resulting HTML file. The #+OPTIONS: line is not

Re: [Orgmode] My reference data management approach with org and emacs

2010-04-14 Thread Jan Böcker
I have published a more detailed description of my setup, including the source code, here: http://www.jboecker.de/2010/04/14/general-reference-filing-with-org-mode.html Thanks to Claus and Marcelo for the (off-list) nudge to do this. (It's getting late, so I finally stopped fiddling with the

Re: [Orgmode] Plans for synching with Emacs dev sources?

2010-04-13 Thread Jan Böcker
On 13.04.2010 22:15, Óscar Fuentes wrote: Currently I'm using 6.33x, which is the version that comes with Emacs dev source code. I'll like to use a more recent version of org-mode, and so I ask if there are plans for upgrading Emacs' org-mode sources with the current release. If not, I'll use

Re: [Orgmode] floating, non scheduled agenda items

2010-04-09 Thread Jan Böcker
On 09.04.2010 22:02, Richard Riley wrote: What would be the best way to include in my daily agenda a section of non schedule items which are there every day until I decide to remove them. e.g Say I have a link to Guitar practise which is a regularly updated url to the page I am at? No

Re: [Orgmode] My reference data management approach with org and emacs

2010-04-09 Thread Jan Böcker
[The following text has gotten quite long. Sit comfortably and get a cup of your preferred drink if you want to proceed.] That is an interesting setup you describe there. I had considered something similar myself, but found it a hassle to come up with a file name for every new piece of

Re: [Orgmode] Re: [PATCH] Allow regexps in org-file-apps to capture link parameters using groups

2010-04-05 Thread Jan Böcker
On 05.04.2010 02:33, Luke Amdor wrote: Hi guys, I believe I found one little thing that this patch broke. That is linking to either a text search or heading search in a different org file. I've attached two files which illustrate this. The first file test.org http://test.org contains a link to

Re: [Orgmode] [Org-mode] Stop exporting u...@hostname to html

2010-03-26 Thread Jan Böcker
On 26.03.2010 04:15, John Hendy wrote: Perhaps a silly question: just wondering if it's possible to stop having this at the bottom of every html file I export: /- | Author: John W. Henderson usern...@hostname mailto:jwhe...@zenwalk | Date: 2010-03-25 21:56:05 CDT | HTML

Re: [Orgmode] Problems with hyperlinked files

2010-03-24 Thread Jan Böcker
On 24.03.2010 04:45, Leo Alekseyev wrote: Actually, it's right there in section 4.3 of the manual, last sentence: if you need to remove ambiguities about the end of the link, enclose them in angular brackets. Ah, I see -- this seems to be meant for the use case you mention below, pasting in

Re: [Orgmode] 'Double-entry' journals

2010-03-23 Thread Jan Böcker
So... 1.org http://1.org and 2. org will be like this. The problem is that when I export I want the output to look like this: *Timestamp day1 **Activity for project 1 on day 1 here **Activity for project2 on day 1 here *Timestamp day2 **Activity for project 1 on day 2 here **Activity

Re: [Orgmode] Problems with hyperlinked files

2010-03-23 Thread Jan Böcker
On 23.03.2010 10:13, Leo Alekseyev wrote: Hi all, I am unable to open locally linked files if I use angle brackets to protect spaces, like so: [[file:E:\ebooks\math\Probability and statistics\The Elements of Statistical Learning (2nd ed).pdf][Hastie et al]] -- the echo area displays

Re: [Orgmode] How to open pdf file links with evince under linux?..

2010-03-23 Thread Jan Böcker
On 23.03.2010 10:17, Leo Alekseyev wrote: When using org mode under windows, links to local PDF files bring up Acrobat. However, under linux, these links just spawn a new empty buffer in emacs in fundamental mode. How can I make PDF links bring up evince?... As far as I know, Org uses the

Re: [Orgmode] 'Double-entry' journals

2010-03-19 Thread Jan Böcker
On 19.03.2010 05:52, John Hendy wrote: Hi, I'm quite new to org-mode but am very excited about handling a lot of my current notes/task issues. My current/previous setup: [snip] So, enough rambling. I love the idea of org-mode to handle both aspects in one place as well as all the

Re: [Orgmode] How to turn off highlighting of headers matching tag search (Newbie)

2010-03-13 Thread Jan Böcker
On 13.03.2010 13:41, bar tomas wrote: Hi, I've done a search on tags appearing in my orgmode document. The relevant headers then appear highlighted in yellow in my document. How can I turn this highlighting off? Many thanks. Hi Thomas, that's yet another job for C-c C-c. - Jan

Re: [Orgmode] Emacs in a Term and Org

2010-03-01 Thread Jan Böcker
On 01.03.2010 05:29, Richard Riley wrote: More often than not I run emacsclient in rxvt under Tmux (a Screen replacement). As a result (and inconveniently) a lot of common key sequences dont work properly - generally involving shift/control/alt and arrow and function keys. Most of the time

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Emacs in a Term and Org

2010-03-01 Thread Jan Böcker
On 01.03.2010 10:22, Richard Riley wrote: Not really as they still use the arrow keys. I am sorry, my brain must not have been fully functional when I posted this. C-c right is reported as undefined. Possibly someone else can confirm if it works on their setup? I tried it in urxvt and xterm.

Re: [Orgmode] tasks with days remaining?

2010-02-25 Thread Jan Böcker
On 25.02.2010 01:30, Brian Brooks wrote: Does a feature exist in org-mode where you can specify a deadline for a particular TODO and org-mode displays the days remaining somewhere next to the task? The feature you are looking for is deadlines; see 8.3 Deadlines and scheduling in the manual.

Re: [Orgmode] listing tasks with no TODO keyword in global TODO list

2010-02-19 Thread Jan Böcker
On 19.02.2010 16:44, Manish wrote: hello! i've been unable to find the variable that controls whether items/tasks with no TODO keyword should be treated like the ones with TODO so they can appear in the global TODO list. can someone please point me in the right direction? thanks Your

Re: [Orgmode] Re: org-protocol: non-ASCII characters

2010-02-13 Thread Jan Böcker
On 12.02.2010 23:23, dmg wrote: For evince, I think I have found a problem in the parsing of the link. Evince already encodes the URL, but it does not encode the '/', hence you will get a link like this: emacsclient

Re: [Orgmode] Annotations from pdf viewer in Linux ?

2010-02-12 Thread Jan Böcker
On 12.02.2010 18:29, Julien Fantin wrote: I've seen some instructions on seting up org-annotation-helper for adobe acrobat on worg : http://orgmode.org/worg/org-contrib/org-protocol.php#acrobat-reader-setup I'd be very interested in integrating this workflow into my linux configuration.

Re: [Orgmode] agenda display dates

2010-02-10 Thread Jan Böcker
On 10.02.2010 20:13, Brody, William (Buck) wrote: How can I display dates in the agenda without using the “Agenda for current day or week”. I want to use another view because I don’t want my tasks sorted or grouped by dates and I want to be able to see unscheduled tasks. Try creating a

[Orgmode] Re: org-protocol: non-ASCII characters

2010-02-06 Thread Jan Böcker
I have been looking around and I am not sure how to solve this problem. Withing Evince and Xournal I am encoding any non alphanum (as defined by the C macro) each byte that is contained in the filename individually. Does anybody know which are the characters above 0 (zero) that need to be

Re: [Orgmode] Re: org-protocol: non-ASCII characters

2010-02-06 Thread Jan Böcker
On 06.02.2010 14:50, Jan Böcker wrote: AFAIK, your current approach is correct. I was wrong. The attached patch fixes a bug in the encode_uri function. That fixes the non-ASCII characters problem in xournal for me. The gchar type is just typedef'd to char, which means it is signed. To get

Re: [Orgmode] org-remember support in xournal

2010-02-03 Thread Jan Böcker
Hi everybody, I am sorry I have been a bit slow to finish the integration of xournal with remember mode. I think I got it working. Hi Daniel, that is great! After learning about org-protocol on worg, I got it working. There seems to be a problem with non-ASCII characters in the file

Re: [Orgmode] patch to support remember in evince

2010-02-03 Thread Jan Böcker
On 31.01.2010 11:19, D M German wrote: here is a patch to support remember inside evince. http://turingmachine.org/~dmg/temp/0001-Added-support-for-xournal-but-docview-linking-needs-.patch Hi Daniel, sorry for my late reply, I have just caught up with the list again. The patch works

Re: [Orgmode] org file containing different local variables

2010-01-22 Thread Jan Böcker
On 22.01.2010 17:17, henry atting wrote: An org file (it contains an explanation on using emacs distraction free for writing) lists on some places LaTeX Local Variables, eg: %%% Local Variables: %%% mode: latex %%% TeX-master: t %%% End: From then on Emacs does not open this

Re: [Orgmode] Re: [PATCH] added a new modeline face for tasks which have overrun their effort estimate

2010-01-19 Thread Jan Böcker
On 20.01.2010 06:22, Richard Riley wrote: I believe I now have a repo set up that can be pulled from. Not sure if its done the correct way since I didnt clone org-mode. Rather I pushed my clone master and then the overrun branch. I *think* that should be ok. Anyway, the URL is

[Orgmode] [PATCH] org-narrow-to-subtree: prevent prepending text to the next headline while narrowed

2010-01-18 Thread Jan Böcker
Consider the following situation: * A Some text. * B - Place the cursor on A, press C-x n w (org-narrow-to-subtree). - Go to the very end of the buffer and insert xyz. - C-x n w (widen). You end up with: * A Some Text xyz* B The attached one-line patch fixes this by passing `nil' for the

Re: [Orgmode] Removing footnotes

2010-01-18 Thread Jan Böcker
The F[9] above is interpreted as a Foot Note by org. Is there a way to prevent it? Take a look at section 12.2 - Export Options in the Org manual. The one you want is: #+OPTIONS: f:nil HTH, Jan ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Please use `Reply

Re: [Orgmode] Repeater Options

2010-01-17 Thread Jan Böcker
On 17.01.2010 21:31, Nick Parker wrote: Is there a way to specify a todo item that is scheduled to repeat on the 3rd Thursday of the month? I tried to use +1m, however that does not work the same way. Any suggestions? For more complex repeaters like that, you need to use a diary sexp like

Re: [Orgmode] Repeater Options

2010-01-17 Thread Jan Böcker
On 17.01.2010 22:39, Jan Böcker wrote: %%(diary-float t 4 3 ^ oops, missed a paren there. This should be %%(diary-float t 4 3) ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Please use `Reply All' to send replies to the list. Emacs-orgmode

Re: [Orgmode] Putting in bold some letters of a word

2010-01-17 Thread Jan Böcker
On 18.01.2010 00:05, Sébastien Vauban wrote: I've tried the following: --8---cut here---start-8--- Es *A*\~lfonso. Es *B*\,enito. Es *C*\{\}armen. Es *C*hago. --8---cut here---end---8--- [snip]

[Orgmode] [PATCH] Allow regexps in org-file-apps to capture link parameters using groups

2010-01-16 Thread Jan Böcker
+--- 2 files changed, 55 insertions(+), 11 deletions(-) diff --git a/lisp/ChangeLog b/lisp/ChangeLog index 3f46f3c..c4605bd 100755 --- a/lisp/ChangeLog +++ b/lisp/ChangeLog @@ -1,3 +1,13 @@ +2010-01-16 Jan Böcker jan.boec...@jboecker.de + + * org.el (org-open

Re: [Orgmode] RFC: Syntax for page numbers in file: links?

2010-01-06 Thread Jan Böcker
On 06.01.2010 10:05, Carsten Dominik wrote: Would you like to work on a patch that allows interpreting page numbers for external applications? I'll definitely take a stab at it and see how far I get while learning more about elisp along the way. I will post to the mailing list if I make

Re: [Orgmode] RFC: Syntax for page numbers in file: links?

2010-01-05 Thread Jan Böcker
I am not sure if it makes sense to handle more that a page number, really. I have thought about this again and concluded that the approach in my first post is, indeed, over-engineered. I also believe the approach proposed in this post to be flexible enough to handle some extensions. On

Re: [Orgmode] protocol for PDFs?

2010-01-02 Thread Jan Böcker
On 02.01.2010 09:28, D M German wrote: hi there, I am trying to add support in Evince and Xournal for org. I have already implemented most of it in Xournal, but now I am hitting a roadblock. What would the form of the URI for a link to a PDF document and a page be? In other words, is

Re: [Orgmode] protocol for PDFs?

2010-01-02 Thread Jan Böcker
On 02.01.2010 16:20, Darlan Cavalcante Moreira wrote: Evince also has an option (-p) to open the file in a given page and this would be enough for a link to a PDF file. Since I prefer using Evince instead of docview mode I would be very happy to test it. I have implemented an experimental

[Orgmode] RFC: Syntax for page numbers in file: links?

2010-01-02 Thread Jan Böcker
Hello List, During the discussion in the protocol for PDFs? thread, I realized that docview: links are an almost exact copy of file: links, the only single difference being that file: takes a line number and docview: links take a page number. Up until now, (docview:) links to PDF files have been

Re: [Orgmode] Organizing a students live

2009-12-19 Thread Jan Böcker
I study computer science in the first semester. I have one org file dedicated to university (~/org/studium.org). In this org file, there will be one top-level heading for each semester (currently there is only one - Wintersemster 09/10 [2009-10-01 Do]--[2010-03-31 Mi]). You see that I added the

Re: [Orgmode] Multiple agenda buffers

2009-12-05 Thread Jan Böcker
Desmond Rivet wrote: Is it possible to have multiple Org Agenda buffers open say, if you want different search results side by side? For the use case of simply viewing two search results side by side, renaming an agenda buffer seems to work: - open the agenda view: C-c a a - M-x rename-buffer

[Orgmode] [PATCH] respect org-link-file-path-type when inserting docview: links

2009-12-04 Thread Jan Böcker
Jan Böcker jan.boec...@jboecker.de + + * org.el (org-insert-link): respect org-link-file-path-type for + docview: links in addition to file: links. + 2009-12-03 Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com * org-exp.el (org-export-format-source-code-or-example): Avoid diff

[Orgmode] Re: Fast way to jump to another specific heading?

2009-08-13 Thread Jan Böcker
On Thu, 13 Aug 2009, Andrew Stribblehill wrote: Have you tried the org-refile interface? This looks like what I need! I didn't think of refiling when looking for a way to navigate my outline. On Thu, 13 Aug 2009, Matt Lundin wrote: Have you tried the following with org-refile and

[Orgmode] [ANN] org-docview.el - Link to PDF files from org-mode

2009-08-12 Thread Jan Böcker
the code under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 3 or later. Jan Böcker;;; org-docview.el --- support for links to doc-view-mode buffers (require 'org) (org-add-link-type docview 'org-docview-open) (add-hook 'org-store-link-functions 'org-docview-store-link) (defun org-docview