Changed list indentation behavior: how to revert?

2020-11-13 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! I'm on Org mode maint git repo, currently v9.3.6. I recently upgraded from an older git commit version. Since the upgrade I do have a different behavior: - Consider this list itemX A 1 2 When I press RET at the "X" above, I end up at position "1". With another RET, cursor ends up at "2".

Re: [bug] Display issue with broken links

2020-06-05 Thread Karl Voit
* Nicolas Goaziou wrote: > Hello, Hi Nicolas, > Karl Voit writes: > >> I've found an issue that leads to broken Org mode syntax without >> noticing. Considering the following example: >> >> : foo [[https://Karl-Voit.at][bar]] baz >> >> When I put

[bug] Display issue with broken links

2020-06-05 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! I've found an issue that leads to broken Org mode syntax without noticing. Considering the following example: : foo [[https://Karl-Voit.at][bar]] baz When I put my cursor right after "foo" and press the DEL key, my Org mode shows this: : foo bar baz ... as if the link was removed

Re: ox-confluence.el: omit radio target links (that end up being dead links)

2020-05-23 Thread Karl Voit
Bastien (b...@gnu.org) wrote: > Hi Karl, Hi Bastien, > I fixed this here: > https://code.orgmode.org/bzg/org-mode/commit/ceb0ef95fb > Thanks for the report, Perfect timing for the fix - thank you! -- Karl Voit

Re: [patch suggestion] Mitigating the poor Emacs performance on huge org files: Do not use overlays for PROPERTY and LOGBOOK drawers

2020-05-07 Thread Karl Voit
Hi, * Karl Voit wrote: > Hi Ihor, > > * Ihor Radchenko wrote: >> >> So far, I came up with the following partial solution searching and >> showing hidden text. >> >> (defun org-find-text-property-region (pos prop) >> (define-advice isearch-search-s

Re: [patch suggestion] Mitigating the poor Emacs performance on huge org files: Do not use overlays for PROPERTY and LOGBOOK drawers

2020-05-04 Thread Karl Voit
Hi Ihor, * Ihor Radchenko wrote: > > So far, I came up with the following partial solution searching and > showing hidden text. > > (defun org-find-text-property-region (pos prop) > (define-advice isearch-search-string (:after ( _) put-overlay) > (defun org-restore-invisibility-specs ( _) >

Re: ox-confluence.el: omit radio target links (that end up being dead links)

2020-03-17 Thread Karl Voit
Hi, * Karl Voit wrote: > > As stated on [1] I do have an issue with export to Confluence markup > via org-mode/contrib/lisp/ox-confluence.el and radio targets[2]. > > When I am using a snippet like: > >| - <> :: this is the explanation to this weird term >| >

ox-confluence.el: omit radio target links (that end up being dead links)

2020-03-17 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! As stated on [1] I do have an issue with export to Confluence markup via org-mode/contrib/lisp/ox-confluence.el and radio targets[2]. When I am using a snippet like: | - <> :: this is the explanation to this weird term | | [...] | | Please respect the foo bar everyhere. ... it gets

Re: ICS agenda export exceeds max-specpdl-size probably because of org-depend (org-edna same?)

2020-02-28 Thread Karl Voit
This week, the error re-appeared. * Karl Voit wrote: > > Thanks for the advice. I ran three test runs in order to find out how output > is > affected: > > > Testrun with disabled org-depend: > emacs-snapshot --batch --load /home/vk/.emacs.d/init.el --eval '(pr

Re: ICS agenda export exceeds max-specpdl-size probably because of org-depend (org-edna same?)

2020-02-24 Thread Karl Voit
Hi Bastien, * Bastien wrote: > > Karl Voit writes: > >> Easy: I could not find any change of the defaults in my >> configuration[1]. So all of them have to be the default values. >> >> [1] https://github.com/novoid/dot-emacs/blob/master/config.org > >

Re: ICS agenda export exceeds max-specpdl-size probably because of org-depend (org-edna same?)

2020-02-23 Thread Karl Voit
* Bastien wrote: > Hi Karl, > > Karl Voit writes: > >> So maybe I have to invest a weekend or so to bisect the issue. My >> gut feeling tells me that I won't like the output somehow. > > In the meantime, can you share the values of your org-id-* options? Eas

Re: Feature request: shared radio targets with archive files

2020-02-21 Thread Karl Voit
Hi Bastien, * Bastien wrote: > > Karl Voit writes: > >> Can somebody estimate on the effort and potential negative >> implications (performance, caching issues, ...) when this feature >> would be extended, so that radio targets of foo.org also work[2] in >&g

Re: ICS agenda export exceeds max-specpdl-size probably because of org-depend (org-edna same?)

2020-02-21 Thread Karl Voit
Bonjour Bastien, * Bastien wrote: > > Karl Voit writes: > >> With disabled org-depend, it is working and finishes in ~5 minutes. With >> enabled org-depend it (sometimes) end up in an error as described. > > Do you need org-depend when exporting? Well: in all cases w

Feature request: shared radio targets with archive files

2020-02-20 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! Only recently, I found radio targets[1] very handy to implement a glossary within an Org file. This way, any instance of "PIM" can be linked to one single definition of "- <<>> :: Personal Information Management" for example. My question (and feature request): Can somebody estimate on the

Re: ICS agenda export exceeds max-specpdl-size probably because of org-depend (org-edna same?)

2020-02-20 Thread Karl Voit
* Bastien wrote: > Hi Karl, Hi, > another suggestion: just send us a minimal extract of your files so > that we see how org-depend is called, together with what you do and > what goes wrong when you do it. Perhaps this will lead to something. Sure.

Re: ICS agenda export exceeds max-specpdl-size probably because of org-depend (org-edna same?)

2020-02-20 Thread Karl Voit
Hi, * Bastien wrote: > > Karl Voit writes: > >> A couple days ago, the issue re-appeared (with org-depend being >> active again). To me, this is a clear indicator, that the issue is >> content-related and not config/binary-related: > > Can you bisect and

Re: ICS agenda export exceeds max-specpdl-size probably because of org-depend (org-edna same?)

2020-02-19 Thread Karl Voit
Hi Bastien, * Bastien wrote: > Hi Karl, > > did you manage to fix this one? > > I read "Property drawers allowed before first headline" in > etc/ORG-NEWS from the master branch: > > Property drawers are now allowed before the first headline. > > Org mode is moving more towards making things

Re: Emacs hangs sometimes for no reason

2020-02-12 Thread Karl Voit
* briangpowell . wrote: > > Emacs periodically saves all files that you are visiting; this is called > auto-saving . Auto-saving prevents you from losing more than a limited > amount of work if the system crashes. By default, auto-saves happen every > 300 keystrokes, or after around 30 seconds of

Re: ICS agenda export exceeds max-specpdl-size probably because of org-depend (org-edna same?)

2020-02-11 Thread Karl Voit
* Bastien wrote: > Hi Karl, > > Karl Voit writes: > >> So the issue seems to be gone (for now) but I don't know why it >> appeared in the first place nor why it disappeared in the meantime. > > /me looks for a good xkcd quote. :) Alternatively: https://en.wikip

Re: ICS agenda export exceeds max-specpdl-size probably because of org-depend (org-edna same?)

2020-02-11 Thread Karl Voit
* Bastien wrote: > Hi Karl, Hi Bastien, > did you manage to fix this one? Well ... > I read "Property drawers allowed before first headline" in > etc/ORG-NEWS from the master branch: > > Property drawers are now allowed before the first headline. > > Org mode is moving more towards making

Re: Emacs hangs sometimes for no reason

2020-02-11 Thread Karl Voit
* Sebastian Christ wrote: > Hi list, > > in the last couple weeks (perhaps months?) Emacs hangs for no specific > reason for me. The single constant is, that when it hangs, it hangs > while I'm in org-mode. This occurs on multiple circumstance as > > - changing the outline structure by demoting

ICS agenda export exceeds max-specpdl-size probably because of org-depend (org-edna same?)

2020-01-19 Thread Karl Voit
Hi all, BACKGROUND: I'm using org-depend since ages[1]. As a matter of fact, it was the initial reason why I started with Org mode in the first place. One of my many workflows[2] exports the agenda for the upcoming 60 days into an ICS file via a cron job during night: : emacs-snapshot --batch

Re: ox-latex: missing :LATEX_HEADER:

2019-12-04 Thread Karl Voit
* Kaushal Modi wrote: > > On Wed, Dec 4, 2019 at 1:32 PM Karl Voit wrote: > >> Hi, >> >> For LaTeX export, I'd love to use ::LATEX_HEADER: instead of >> file-based settings with #+LATEX_HEADER. > > Typically all Org export keywords work in properties too,

ox-latex: missing :LATEX_HEADER:

2019-12-04 Thread Karl Voit
Hi, I tend to have everything within larger Org mode file. Therefore, I mostly rely on export settings I'm able to control via PROPERTY drawer values instead of file-based methods. Most of the time, there is always a property version as well as a file-based version for settings. For LaTeX

orgformat.py: util library for generating Org mode from Python

2019-11-06 Thread Karl Voit
Hi, In the recent days, I've been busy migrating orgformat[1] from Memacs[2] and lazyblorg[3] to a repository on its own. It's a utility library that provides a variety of Python functions that help dealing with generating non-trivial Org mode content such as date- or time-stamps. I've added good

":COOKIE_DATA: todo recursive" as elisp for everything

2019-11-03 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! I plan to use the following property for all of my projects: :COOKIE_DATA: todo recursive You can find details on this about this on [3]. In order to get this behavior for all of my headings that are using progress cookies, I'd prefer the possibility to define this in my init.el

Re: Dates with repeaters, times and range

2019-11-03 Thread Karl Voit
* Nathan Neff wrote: > > I have a question that's probably FAQ material but I was wondering > what the "best" way to do something like this would be: > > I have a meeting that's scheduled from 10:00 - 11:00 for the next three > days. org-clone-subtree-with-time-shift was already mentioned. Here

@name-tags instead of TODO keywords to assign people (was: Org mode for meeting minutes)

2019-11-03 Thread Karl Voit
* Christian Egli wrote: > > The idea is that you use type todos using the people involved at the > meeting. Below is an example how this could look: > > ``` org > #+title: Meeting minutes > > #+TYP_TODO: Fred Sara Lucy Mike | DONE I'd challenge the decisions on using TODO keywords for

lazyblorg (was: blogging wih org-mode)

2019-11-03 Thread Karl Voit
Hi Joseph, * Joseph Vidal-Rosset wrote: > > (I met difficulties with lazyblorg, for example. I did not succeed to > understand how it works.) I wrote lazyblorg because I could not find any existing tool that, for example, let me put blog entries wherever I want:

[O] Shameless plug: blog series on how to use org mode features (PIM)

2019-09-25 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! I created a series of my own blog articles on how I am using features from Org mode. It's not related to the manual, it's related to "how to combine misc features for everyday's work". Maybe you find a few tricks here or there: https://karl-voit.at/2019/09/25/using-orgmode/ I'll add more

[O] 401 error code when pushing to code.orgmode.org (Wiki, git)

2019-09-20 Thread Karl Voit
Hi, When I try to push to the Wiki at "code.orgmode.org", I get a strange error message: : vk@sherri ~/worg (git)-[master] % git push origin master : Counting objects: 3, done. : Delta compression using up to 4 threads. : Compressing objects: 100% (3/3), done. : Writing objects: 100% (3/3), 729

Re: [O] org-sbe: error when passing strings as parameters to/from Python blocks

2019-03-14 Thread Karl Voit
* Karl Voit wrote: > > * Daniel Herzig wrote: >> Karl Voit writes: >> >> After some trying I found that the variables as set in the source-code >> header need standard values set: >> >> #+NAME: classificationfm >> #+BEGIN_SRC python :var prob

Re: [O] [bug] org-sbe: error when passing strings as parameters to/from Python blocks

2019-03-14 Thread Karl Voit
Hi Daniel, * Daniel Herzig wrote: > Karl Voit writes: > > After some trying I found that the variables as set in the source-code > header need standard values set: > > #+NAME: classificationfm > #+BEGIN_SRC python :var prob="high" :var impact="high"

[O] org-sbe: error when passing strings as parameters to/from Python blocks

2019-03-14 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! I want to test/use Python with org-sbe: #+NAME: classificationfm #+BEGIN_SRC python :exports none :var prob :var impact result = "" if prob == 'high' and impact == 'high': return 'A' if prob == 'low' and impact == 'high': return 'B' if prob == 'high' and impact == 'low': return

[O] 36C3 and Emacs Org mode

2018-12-30 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! It's my first time at a CCC Congress[1]. I organized a self-organized session on Org mode[2]. https://chaos.social/@Drops organized a "Church of Emacs" assembly[3]. Next year, we do plan to be prepared even better. If you are joining 36C3 and you have ideas on how to improve Emacs and/or

[O] Org mode at 34C3: my demo + request for help

2018-12-28 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! It's my first time at a CCC Congress[1]. There is an Emacs assembly: [2] by https://chaos.social/@Drops Since there was no Emacs talk at all and almost nothing going on on the Emacs assembly, I decided to do a basic Org mode demo to explain the universe of advantages to non-Emacs users: [3]

[O] Complexity of using spreadsheet functionality (was: Calculate differences of remote table numbers)

2018-10-08 Thread Karl Voit
* Eric S Fraga wrote: > On Monday, 8 Oct 2018 at 17:19, Karl Voit wrote: >> Unfortunately, I have to admit that spreadsheets in Org are not >> something I can recommend to somebody who needs "something that just >> works" (like Excel-switcher). :-( > > Maybe

Re: [O] Calculate differences of remote table numbers

2018-10-08 Thread Karl Voit
* Michael Brand wrote: > Hi Karl Hi Michael, > On Mon, Oct 1, 2018 at 5:02 PM Karl Voit wrote: > >> I'd like to calculate the differences between rows of numbers of a >> different table. > > For this kind of shifting row or column indexes I use Calc vector > subsc

[O] blogging with lazyblorg (was: Visualizing org files)

2018-10-04 Thread Karl Voit
* Marcelo de Moraes Serpa wrote: > > Oh wow Karl, lot's of 'hidden' gems there. Thanks. Glad that you like it. Consider following Atom/RSS feeds of https://karl-voit.at/ to get updates on my PIM/Emacs activity. I hope that I'm going to implement tag-specific feeds so that you are able to follow

Re: [O] Calculate differences of remote table numbers

2018-10-04 Thread Karl Voit
Hi Nick, * Nick Dokos wrote: > Karl Voit writes: > >> I'd like to calculate the differences between rows of numbers of a >> different table. >> >> Here is a minimal example showing the issue: >> >> #+NAME: my-table >> | Numbers | >>

[O] Calculate differences of remote table numbers

2018-10-01 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! I'd like to calculate the differences between rows of numbers of a different table. Here is a minimal example showing the issue: #+NAME: my-table | Numbers | |-| | 1 | | 5 | | 8 | | 12 | | 15 | This is what I expected:

Re: [O] Visualizing org files

2018-10-01 Thread Karl Voit
* Samuel Wales wrote: > https://github.com/novoid https://github.com/novoid/org-du/ Thanks for mentioning. I got the impression, I am the only one who likes those kind of visualizations ;-) Even https://github.com/novoid/org-du/graphs/traffic doesn't look like there is much going on in terms

[O] Org mode + Solid = collaborative, privacy-respecting future

2018-09-30 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! I stubled over Tim Berners-Lee Solid: https://www.fastcompany.com/90243936/exclusive-tim-berners-lee-tells-us-his-radical-new-plan-to-upend-the-world-wide-web https://www.inrupt.com/blog/one-small-step-for-the-web https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solid_(web_decentralization_project) On

Re: [O] Defining the export height of a babel-generated image

2018-03-19 Thread Karl Voit
* Eric S Fraga <esfli...@gmail.com> wrote: > > On Sunday, 18 Mar 2018 at 15:35, Karl Voit wrote: >> Hi! >> >> Some babel blocks generate image files as output. Orgmode does link >> them so that exporting the corresponding heading also includes the >> i

[O] Defining the export height of a babel-generated image

2018-03-18 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! Some babel blocks generate image files as output. Orgmode does link them so that exporting the corresponding heading also includes the image. For example: #+BEGIN_SRC plantuml :file "foobar.svg" (*) --> "step1" --> "step2" --> (*) #+END_SRC #+RESULTS: [[foobar.svg]] Is is possible to

Re: [O] mktemp for orgmode

2018-03-18 Thread Karl Voit
* John Kitchin wrote: > > Can you do something like: > > #+BEGIN_SRC some-lang :results output org drawer :file (make-temp-file > "prefix-") > > #+END_SRC Awesome! I was looking in the wrong direction. #+BEGIN_SRC plantuml :file (make-temp-file

[O] mktemp for orgmode

2018-03-17 Thread Karl Voit
Hi, I sometimes wonder if there is something like mktemp[1] in org-mode as, e.g., a built-in macro. For example, PlantUML in orgmode[2] requires a file header argument to write the image output to: ":file myoutput.svg" In most cases, I really don't care about the output file and its location. I

[O] :EXPORT_FILE_NAME: containing a date-stamp

2018-02-07 Thread Karl Voit
Hi, Is there a possibility to define an export file name of a heading so that the resulting file contains a date-stamp? What I want to achieve: *** My Report :PROPERTIES: :EXPORT_FILE_NAME: (format-time-string "%Y-%m-%d") Project Status.html :END: ... which results in the file: "2018-02-07

Re: [O] Orgmode repeater intervals with end date

2018-02-07 Thread Karl Voit
* Tory S. Anderson wrote: > I was very pleased to find, when browsing the manual for a > different reason, the 'orgmode' solution to the problem, which > provides daily customization ability and also maintains > exportability: `org-clone-subtree-with-timeshift`[1],

Re: [O] Make tag inheritance explicit

2018-01-23 Thread Karl Voit
* Kaushal Modi <kaushal.m...@gmail.com> wrote: > > On Tue, Jan 23, 2018 at 9:45 AM Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> wrote: > >> > 2. Use `org-get-tags-at' with point on "Task 1" heading in your example. >> > `org-get-tags' returns a list of tags

Re: [O] Make tag inheritance explicit

2018-01-23 Thread Karl Voit
Hi Carsten, * Carsten Dominik <domi...@uva.nl> wrote: > > On Tue, Jan 23, 2018 at 11:22 AM, Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> wrote: > >> Background: Org-mode has perfect tag inheritance but unfortunately >> the export methods I am using do export the tags only to

Re: [O] Make tag inheritance explicit

2018-01-23 Thread Karl Voit
Hi, * Kaushal Modi <kaushal.m...@gmail.com> wrote: > > On Tue, Jan 23, 2018, 5:24 AM Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> wrote: > >> Org-mode has perfect tag inheritance but unfortunately >> the export methods I am using do export the tags only to

[O] Make tag inheritance explicit

2018-01-23 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! Is it possible to lookup inherited tags and add them explicitly to the current heading? Example: * Project:ProjectX: ** Sub-Project :@Joe: *** Task 1 *** Task 2 When I go to "Task 1" (or 2), I want to invoke a command which "copies" the tags ProjectX and @Joe to the heading of

Re: [O] org-depend: TRIGGER XYZ(KEYWORD) not working

2017-12-04 Thread Karl Voit
Hi Adrian, * Adrian Bradd wrote: > >> Examples: >> >> * Top-Heading >> >> ** TODO Here I invoke org-todo to DONE >> :PROPERTIES: >> :TRIGGER: 2017-12-03-target(TODO) >> :END: >> >> ** This should be changed to TODO >> :PROPERTIES: >>

Re: [O] org-depend: TRIGGER XYZ(KEYWORD) not working

2017-12-03 Thread Karl Voit
Hi Adrian, Glad that you replied - I was worrying that this thread is going to die before any improvement can be developed ... * Adrian Bradd wrote: > > First observation: >> >> When I set the heading 1 to DONE (without assigning it any other >> keyword), the TRIGGER

Re: [O] org-depend: TRIGGER XYZ(KEYWORD) not working

2017-11-19 Thread Karl Voit
* Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> wrote: > Hi, > > I am playing around with org-depend[1] again[2]. I forgot to mention: I am using maint from the git from today. -- get mail|git|SVN|photos|postings|SMS|phonecalls|RSS|CSV|XML into Org-mode: > get Memacs from https:/

[O] org-depend: TRIGGER XYZ(KEYWORD) not working

2017-11-19 Thread Karl Voit
Hi, I am playing around with org-depend[1] again[2]. I noticed that certain TRIGGER events do not get executed. > # -*- mode: org; coding: utf-8; -*- > * heading 1 > :PROPERTIES: > :ID: foo > :TRIGGER: bar(NEXT) baz(NEXT) > :END: > > * Heading 2 > :PROPERTIES: > :ID: bar > :END: >

[O] Worg compilation error: Unknown component "worg-color-themes"

2017-09-23 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! I just updated my old dot-tutorial[1]. As I pushed my chages to the server, I got: Writing objects: 100% (4/4), 576 bytes | 0 bytes/s, done. Total 4 (delta 3), reused 0 (delta 0) remote: From /home/worg/worg remote: * branchmaster -> FETCH_HEAD remote: Merge made by the

Re: [O] Slow speed of week and month views

2017-08-06 Thread Karl Voit
* Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> wrote: > Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> writes: > >> I just learned about elp-instrument-package. What prefixes are of interest to >> you? > > "org-" prefix. The nice thing about `elp-instrument-pac

Re: [O] Slow speed of week and month views

2017-08-06 Thread Karl Voit
Hi Adam, * Adam Porter <a...@alphapapa.net> wrote: > Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> writes: > >> With a fairly modified configuration (like mine on [0]) and a large >> set of long Org-mode files I can't publish, it is hard to do >> analysis here. So I

Re: [O] Slow speed of week and month views

2017-08-06 Thread Karl Voit
Hi Nicolas, * Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> wrote: > > Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> writes: > >> First: I've occasionally mentioned all kinds of performance issues >> over the last years. btw, working within my Memacs agenda [1] with a bit

Re: [O] Slow speed of week and month views

2017-08-06 Thread Karl Voit
* Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> wrote: > Hello, Hi Nicolas, > Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> writes: > >> My daily agenda takes twenty seconds, my weekly approximately a >> minute and generating a monthly agenda is something I can only do >

Re: [O] [Orgmode] Slow speed of week and month views

2017-08-06 Thread Karl Voit
Hello John, Great to read your thoughts on the topic - I am a huge admirer of your work and we both seem to cope with similar issues with Org-mode. * John Kitchin wrote: > > One is to use the new dynamic module capability to write an org parser in > C, or a dedicated

Re: [O] Determine min/max values in a table

2017-08-05 Thread Karl Voit
* Adam Porter wrote: > Thierry Banel writes: > >> Alternatively you have the orgtbl-aggregate package available on Melpa. >> >> #+BEGIN: aggregate :table "myvalues" :cols "min(Values) max(Values) >> mean(Values)" >> >> | min(Values) | max(Values) |

Re: [O] [Orgmode] Slow speed of week and month views

2017-08-05 Thread Karl Voit
Thanks for the insight! * Adam Porter wrote: > > But doing that would, as Carsten said, require rewriting a lot of code. > Essentially you'd be creating a new agenda system, so you'd have to > reimplement a lot of existing code. You could do it in parallel, rather > than

Re: [O] Just sharing another orgmode use: usability tests

2017-08-02 Thread Karl Voit
* Eduardo Mercovich wrote: > > + automatic task clocking, including automated time stamping of > every observation. You seem to use headings for any events. If list items does the trick as well, you can take a look at timers for doing the clocking thing:

[O] Finding calc/elisp methods (was: Determine min/max values in a table)

2017-08-02 Thread Karl Voit
Hi, * Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> wrote: > > How can I determine minimum and/or maximum value of a table? > > Here is my example: > > #+NAME: myvalues >| Values | >|| >| 4 | >| 2 | >| 3 | >| 7 | >| 5 | >| 6

[O] Determine min/max values in a table

2017-08-02 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! How can I determine minimum and/or maximum value of a table? Here is my example: #+NAME: myvalues | Values | || | 4 | | 2 | | 3 | | 7 | | 5 | | 6 | | Min| Max| Average | First | Last | |++-+---+--| | #ERROR |

Re: [O] "Autoloading failed to define function org-babel-do-load-languages"

2017-05-22 Thread Karl Voit
* Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> wrote: > > Org-mode from maint Git repository overruled via following lines > right at the top of my ~/.emacs.d/init.el: >| (add-to-list 'load-path "~/.emacs.d/contrib/org-mode/lisp") >| (add-to-list 'load-path "~/.emac

[O] "Autoloading failed to define function org-babel-do-load-languages"

2017-05-16 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! I'm in the process of switching from ~/.emacs.d/init.el to ~/.emacs.d/config.org using the method described on [1]. Org-mode from maint Git repository overruled via following lines right at the top of my ~/.emacs.d/init.el: | (add-to-list 'load-path "~/.emacs.d/contrib/org-mode/lisp") |

Re: [O] org-table: Can't assign numbers to range

2017-02-10 Thread Karl Voit
* Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> wrote: > Hello, > > Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> writes: > >> Hi! >> >> | foo | >> |-| >> | | >> | | >> |-| >> | | >> | | >> |-| >&g

[O] org-table: Can't assign numbers to range

2017-02-08 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! | foo | |-| | | | | |-| | | | | |-| #+TBLFM: @I$1..@II$1=1 :: @II$1..@III$1=2 Results in "user-error: Can't assign to hline relative reference" Why? I assumed to get following table as a result: | foo | |-| | 1 | | 1 | |-| | 2 | | 2 | |-|

[O] git and orgmode: teaching git a bit of orgmode syntax

2017-01-24 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! I am using gitwatch[1] to auto-commit any changes to my org-mode files in a git repository. Unfortunately, git does not handle diffs in a meaningful way. For example, when there are sub-hierarchies added or removed, it ends up with many diff-lines like the following: -* NEXT test with

[O] Filter out agenda items using elisp

2017-01-22 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! I want to write my own flexible narrow function for my agenda using RegEx. I found org-agenda-filter-by-regexp() which seems a perfect hit for my task. However, I need to call it with a universal prefix in order to remove lines matching my RegEx: (defun my-narrow-agenda () "Getting rid

Re: [O] Bug: org-clone-subtree-with-time-shift not asking for time-shift

2017-01-16 Thread Karl Voit
* Kyle Meyer wrote: > > Thanks. The additional check looks good, as it replaces an error with a > more appropriate user-error and gives an error message that is a bit > more specific. > > However, the re-positioning of the org-back-to-heading call seems > problematic because the

Re: [O] Bug: org-clone-subtree-with-time-shift not asking for time-shift (FIXED)

2017-01-16 Thread Karl Voit
Hello, * Nicolas Goaziou wrote: > > Kyle Meyer writes: > >> Subject: [PATCH] org-clone-subtree-with-time-shift: Fix timestamp search > > Thank you. I applied your patch with an additional check. I pulled the fix from "maint" and I re-tested my test

Re: [O] How do you store web pages for reference?

2017-01-16 Thread Karl Voit
Hi Alan, * Alan Schmitt <alan.schm...@polytechnique.org> wrote: > On 2017-01-16 15:43, Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> writes: > >> I am using the Firefox plugin Shelve[1] which stores all of my web >> pages visited. Those HTML files are written with an ISO ti

Re: [O] Bug: org-clone-subtree-with-time-shift not asking for time-shift

2017-01-16 Thread Karl Voit
* Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> wrote: > > As Michael Maurer stated in a comment below, > org-clone-subtree-with-time-shift does not ask for time-shift > depending on the location of the cursor. He is using Org-mode version 8.2.10. -- get mail|git|SVN|photos|postings|SMS|

Re: [O] Syncing methods for org files and org-mobile.el

2017-01-16 Thread Karl Voit
* Sean Escriva wrote: > > What do you use to sync org files across different machines? I am using WebDav for syncing with Android. I will switch from WebDav to SyncThing since it turned out to be a very neat and easy to use sync method with enhanced privacy. Apple

Re: [O] How do you store web pages for reference?

2017-01-16 Thread Karl Voit
On Mon, Jan 16 2017 at 09:48:38 am, Alan Schmitt wrote: > I'm looking for a workflow that allows me to save a web page for > reference, ideally from Firefox. I know of org-protocol-capture-html > (https://github.com/alphapapa/org-protocol-capture-html), which is > perfect for pure-text pages,

[O] Bug: org-clone-subtree-with-time-shift not asking for time-shift

2017-01-16 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! I wrote a blog article on how I am using Org with recurring events or tasks: http://karl-voit.at/2017/01/15/org-clone-subtree-with-time-shift/ As Michael Maurer stated in a comment below, org-clone-subtree-with-time-shift does not ask for time-shift depending on the location of the cursor.

[O] Opening a LibreOffice file

2017-01-02 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! I am unsure why but with my configuration, I can't open a LibreOffice odp file. By default, Emacs was showing me the content of the odp file as a ZIP file, which is technically true but not helpful. John Kitchin suggested setting org-file-apps manually. Here are the results: (setq

[O] Fast Opening of Memacs Indexed Files (was: Elisp: help on string operations for fast file visiting)

2017-01-02 Thread Karl Voit
* Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> wrote: > Hi! > > For Memacs[1], I'd like to come up with a very fast Org-mode method to > open files independent of their location on your disk. With the help of John Kitchin, I am now able to present you the solution for the issue: h

Re: [O] Ignore pattern when syncing Org-mode files between hosts

2016-12-30 Thread Karl Voit
* Thierry Banel <tbanelweb...@free.fr> wrote: > Le 28/12/2016 16:42, Karl Voit a écrit : >> Hi! >> >> I wonder how others are handling synchronization ignore patterns >> between different hosts. >> >> ... >> >> Currently, I am evaluating S

Re: [O] Ignore pattern when syncing Org-mode files between hosts

2016-12-28 Thread Karl Voit
Hi Skip, * Skip Collins <skip.coll...@gmail.com> wrote: > On Wed, Dec 28, 2016 at 10:42 AM, Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> wrote: >> I wonder how others are handling synchronization ignore patterns >> between different hosts. > > Perhaps you should consider gi

[O] Ignore pattern when syncing Org-mode files between hosts

2016-12-28 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! I wonder how others are handling synchronization ignore patterns between different hosts. In particular, I do have "issues" with temporary files of Emacs + Org-mode like «.#myfile.org» or «#myfile.org#». The first one is a symlink which does not bother me as long as I keep quitting my

Re: [O] Properties ID vs. CUSTOM_ID

2016-12-22 Thread Karl Voit
* John Kitchin wrote: > > There is not an issue using a human-readable id in :ID: as long as it is > unique. It will store fine, link fine, etc... I also think so because I am only using human-readable :ID: without any issue so far. However, the argument was that no

Re: [O] sending an email to an orgmode file?

2016-12-22 Thread Karl Voit
In case you do have access to your mail server: * Xebar Saram wrote: > > im looking for a simple solution that will allow me to send an email from > my mobile phone and habr that email either be appended to a txt(org) file > or perhaps another solution to get my mobile on the

Re: [O] Properties ID vs. CUSTOM_ID (was: Automatically Generating IDs From Title and Date)

2016-12-22 Thread Karl Voit
* Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> wrote: > * Samuel Wales <samolog...@gmail.com> wrote: >> On 12/18/16, Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> wrote: >>> Usually, my IDs start with the current ISO day to enforce uniqueness >>> and look like this: >

Re: [O] Preventing Org from being installed by elpa

2016-12-21 Thread Karl Voit
* Phillip Lord <phillip.l...@russet.org.uk> wrote: > Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> writes: > >> I got the tipp of creating «~/.emacs.d/elpa/org-3101/org-pkg.el» >> with: >> (define-package "org" "3101" "Dummy org mode pack

Re: [O] Preventing Org from being installed by elpa

2016-12-21 Thread Karl Voit
* Christian Wittern <cwitt...@gmail.com> wrote: > On 12/21/2016 05:07 AM, Karl Voit wrote: >> I got the tipp of creating «~/.emacs.d/elpa/org-3101/org-pkg.el» >> with: >> (define-package "org" "3101" "Dummy org mode package" '

[O] Preventing Org from being installed by elpa (was: Remove Org from Emacs repository?)

2016-12-20 Thread Karl Voit
* Eric Abrahamsen wrote: > > Actually, I have a third: the plain old Org package from the > package repos, because I've installed other packages that require > it. (Another gripe: why isn't the loading of a file containing > (provide 'org) enough to tell the package

Re: [O] a general ID picker

2016-12-20 Thread Karl Voit
* Eric Abrahamsen <e...@ericabrahamsen.net> wrote: > Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> writes: > >> 1 Improvement: ID Picker >> >> >> First of all, I'd like to see some kind of ID picker when defining >> `:TRIGGER:' and `:

[O] Properties ID vs. CUSTOM_ID (was: Automatically Generating IDs From Title and Date)

2016-12-20 Thread Karl Voit
* Samuel Wales <samolog...@gmail.com> wrote: > On 12/18/16, Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> wrote: >> Usually, my IDs start with the current ISO day to enforce uniqueness >> and look like this: > > my understanding, which might be incorrect, is that custom id

[O] Cannot reach support button on orgmode web page

2016-12-18 Thread Karl Voit
Hi! - http://orgmode.org/Changes.html - Firefox 45.6.0 - Debian GNU/Linux Jessie When I try to move my mouse over the "Support Org" button in the lower right corner, the following message gets moved in, making it impossible to me to reach the button: "If Emacs is an operating system, Org-mode

[O] org-depend improvements: TRIGGER in Combination With Set SCHEDULED

2016-12-18 Thread Karl Voit
* Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> wrote: > * Carsten Dominik <domi...@uva.nl> wrote: > >> Since ord-depend was only proof of concept, we could also think a bit more >> broadly about what it should be able to do. Is there specific >> functionality it also

[O] org-depend improvements: Canceled Tasks Do Cancel Their Dependencies as Well

2016-12-18 Thread Karl Voit
* Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> wrote: > * Carsten Dominik <domi...@uva.nl> wrote: > >> Since ord-depend was only proof of concept, we could also think a bit more >> broadly about what it should be able to do. Is there specific >> functionality it also

[O] Automatically Generating IDs From Title and Date

2016-12-18 Thread Karl Voit
* Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> wrote: > * Carsten Dominik <domi...@uva.nl> wrote: > >> Since ord-depend was only proof of concept, we could also think a bit more >> broadly about what it should be able to do. Is there specific >> functionality it also

[O] org-depend improvements: ID picker

2016-12-18 Thread Karl Voit
* Karl Voit <devn...@karl-voit.at> wrote: > * Carsten Dominik <domi...@uva.nl> wrote: > >> Since ord-depend was only proof of concept, we could also think a bit more >> broadly about what it should be able to do. Is there specific >> functionality it also

Re: [O] org-depend: dependencies between TODO entries in different files

2016-12-12 Thread Karl Voit
* Samuel Wales wrote: > On 12/12/16, Carsten Dominik wrote: >> broadly about what it should be able to do. Is there specific >> functionality it also should support, besides the TRIGGER/BLOCKER functions >> it has right now? > > it can make a remote task

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