Re: [PATCH] [BUG] Org 9.5: org-goto UI seems broken

2021-10-14 Thread Marco Wahl
Thanks Eric and Max! > On Wednesday, 13 Oct 2021 at 19:23, Max Nikulin wrote: >> Does someone have settings that pins help buffer to particular >> window/frame of location in a frame (e.g. bottom of "sidebar")? > > This is what I use, which is slightly more complex because I have a wide >

Re: [PATCH] [BUG] Org 9.5: org-goto UI seems broken

2021-10-13 Thread Marco Wahl
Thanks Ihor! > Marco Wahl writes: > >> My feeling is that the "protection" is good intention but brings more >> harm than good. I think it's not a good idea to enforce a certain >> window setting. I guess the knowing user has an easier path to fine >&g

Re: [PATCH] [BUG] Org 9.5: org-goto UI seems broken

2021-10-12 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi Max and all! > On 08/10/2021 17:22, Marco Wahl wrote: >> Max Nikulin writes: >>> On 05/10/2021 23:32, Ihor Radchenko wrote: >>>> Max Nikulin writes: >>>> I tried come up with the reason why org-no-popup was used in the >>>> initial >>

Re: [PATCH] [BUG] Org 9.5: org-goto UI seems broken

2021-10-08 Thread Marco Wahl
Max Nikulin writes: > On 05/10/2021 23:32, Ihor Radchenko wrote: >> Max Nikulin writes: >> I tried come up with the reason why org-no-popup was used in the >> initial >> implementation. I think, the reason is avoiding situation like what you >> may see after running >> (let ((pop-up-frames t))

Re: [PATCH] Fix some typos

2021-09-29 Thread Marco Wahl
c/org-manual.org13907 (Stefan Kangas 2021-09-16 > 14:40:12 -0700 13909) > besides other typos, one in this verse was fixed > - 4271f228db doc/org-manual.org13909 (Marco Wahl 2021-09-20 > 12:09:31 +0200 13909) > reverted one edit by Stefan likely assuming old English spellin

Re: shrink table in columnmode view (poor man's issue system)

2021-09-27 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi all! Bastien > Uwe Brauer writes: >> Thank you for the code! As I said, your code should be included. If you >> have write access please push it. Thanks Uwe. > It's up to the maintainers to decide for pushing changes, and to > regular contributors, for areas they feel confident they can

Re: behavior of (org-insert-heading-respect-content)

2021-09-26 Thread Marco Wahl
Bastien! > Marco Wahl writes: > >> Would be great if you could test the fix. > > If you're confident with the fix, please go ahead and push the commit. This has been committed some days ago. See https://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/emacs/org-m

Re: shrink table in columnmode view (poor man's issue system)

2021-09-26 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi! Uwe Brauer writes: > I use the following org file to organise my issues. > It works quite well, however I would like to have a shrink option > automatically in my columnview. Your suggestion looks quite useful to me. > Any idea how to achieve that? One possibility is to write your own

[PATCH] CONTRIBUTE: Update to follow the new structure of doc/

2021-09-25 Thread Marco Wahl
--- CONTRIBUTE | 2 +- 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-) diff --git a/CONTRIBUTE b/CONTRIBUTE index a68771703..94d471a0f 100644 --- a/CONTRIBUTE +++ b/CONTRIBUTE @@ -42,7 +42,7 @@ Org maintenance is detailed on Worg: see [[https://orgmode.org/worg/org-maintena applies are:

Re: [PATCH] Fix some typos

2021-09-25 Thread Marco Wahl
Please don't top post! Hopefully there is consent about using the bottom posting style on this list. Juan Manuel Macías writes: > I attach a patch with Shakespeare's sonnet completely fixed: the poem is > replaced by the version included in Wikipedia (Shakespeare, William. > Duncan-Jones,

Re: Switching to new Git repositories

2021-09-23 Thread Marco Wahl
William Denton writes: > I'm seeing exactly the same, and the suggested rebase commands didn't change > it. > > I wonder if it's related to a problem I have on one of the two > machines (both Ubuntu, with identical setups) where I run Org from > source. > > On one, when I switched to the new

Re: Switching to new Git repositories

2021-09-23 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi! Colin Baxter writes: >> Nick Dokos writes: > > > FWIW, I get $ git remote -v upstream > > https://git.savannah.gnu.org/git/emacs/org-mode.git (fetch) > > upstream https://git.savannah.gnu.org/git/emacs/org-mode.git > > (push) > > > $ git tag | wc -l 386 > > >

Re: [PATCH] Fix some typos

2021-09-23 Thread Marco Wahl
Max Nikulin writes: > Please, forgive my ignorance of Shakespeare's poetry. Ignorance is bliss! (Sophocles) > On 17/09/2021 17:05, Marco Wahl wrote: >>> On 17/09/2021 04:40, Stefan Kangas wrote: >>>> Please find attached another clean-up patch that fixes a

Re: Switching to new Git repositories

2021-09-20 Thread Marco Wahl
Thanks you both! Thanks to you I use a suitable reference to the repo now! My first tiny commit landed in the new repo AFAICS. Note that I had wrongly filled out the form for the ssh-key on the savannah platform. Clearly this is my fault. BTW the documentation is all there on the savannah

Re: Switching to new Git repositories

2021-09-20 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi Bastien, Thanks for all! > from now on, here are the official Org repositories: > > - org-mode: https://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/emacs/org-mode.git > - worg: https://git.sr.ht/~bzg/worg > - orgweb: https://git.sr.ht/~bzg/orgweb > > org-contrib will continue to be on

Re: behavior of (org-insert-heading-respect-content)

2021-09-18 Thread Marco Wahl
Victor! > Le 13 Sep 2021, Marco Wahl a écrit : > >> As far is I see it, the intended behavior of >> org-insert-heading-respect-content with point before the first heading >> is to >> >> - insert the new heading immediately before the first heading. Respect

Re: [PATCH] Fix some typos

2021-09-17 Thread Marco Wahl
Timothy and Stefan! Praise thy effort! Thou shall not change "memeory" to "memory" tho! Thy nittpicker!

Re: [PATCH] Various minor docfixes found by checkdoc

2021-09-16 Thread Marco Wahl
Stefan Kangas writes: > The attached patch cleans up some style errors in docstrings and > comments that were found by checkdoc. Thanks Stefan! Your patch has been applied.

Re: Bug: doc string for "org-end-of-meta-data"

2021-09-16 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi Tom, > You make sense. What you propose to substitute is easier to understand and > concise: > > When FULL is non-nil but not t, skip planning information, > properties, clocking lines and logbook drawers. Thank you for the report and the confirmation! I just committed

Re: Bug: doc string for "org-end-of-meta-data"

2021-09-15 Thread Marco Wahl
Hello Tom, > I believe the last paragraph of the doc string for the function > "org-end-of-meta-data" contains an error. That one-sentence paragraph > currently reads: > > When FULL is non-nil but not t, skip planning information, > clocking lines and only non-regular drawers, i.e.

Re: behavior of (org-insert-heading-respect-content)

2021-09-13 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi Victor, > Le 09 Sep 2021, Marco Wahl a écrit : > >> My impression is that org-insert-heading-respect-content should be >> called only with point in a subtree. >> >> The fix would be to signal an error when point is not located in a >> subtree. >> &

Re: behavior of (org-insert-heading-respect-content)

2021-09-09 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi! "Victor A. Stoichita" writes: > I see the following behavior which seems erroneous to me : > - When I issue (org-insert-heading-respect-content) in a brand new org > buffer, with point at point-min I get the error "Beginning of buffer" > and no heading is inserted. > - If I write

Re: Bug: Error making documentation 9.4.6

2021-08-31 Thread Marco Wahl
>> [... issue with make doc ...] > Sorry about that, I'm new in contributing to org. I found the solution > in the mailing list[1]. There was an old version of `makeinfo'. > [1] > Good to know.

Re: Bug: Error making documentation 9.4.6

2021-08-31 Thread Marco Wahl
Daniel Fleischer writes: > Hi, > > Pulling master @ 1690fbd88, calling `make doc' leads to error: > > > org-version: 9.4.6 (release_9.4.6-635-g1690fb) > makeinfo --no-split org.texi -o org.info > org.texi:6: warning: unrecognized encoding name `UTF-8'. > org.texi:810: Unknown command `arrow'. >

Re: org-attach-sync uses directory-empty-p (new in Emacs 28)

2021-08-15 Thread Marco Wahl
Maxim Nikulin writes: >>> Compiling single /home/ubuntu/org-mode/lisp/org-compat.el... >>> >>> In end of data: >>> org-compat.el:1255:1:Warning: the function ‘directory-empty-p’ is not >>> known to >>> be defined. > I have never fought with this kind of problem. After looking at the >

Re: org-attach-sync uses directory-empty-p (new in Emacs 28)

2021-08-11 Thread Marco Wahl
Maxim Nikulin writes: > On 11/08/2021 03:52, Marco Wahl wrote: >>> Kyle Meyer writes: >>> >>>> In 61e083732 (org-attach: Possibly delete empty attach directory, >>>> 2021-07-09), you added a call to directory-empty-p. This function was >>>&

Re: org-attach-sync uses directory-empty-p (new in Emacs 28)

2021-08-10 Thread Marco Wahl
Arthur Miller writes: > Kyle Meyer writes: > >> In 61e083732 (org-attach: Possibly delete empty attach directory, >> 2021-07-09), you added a call to directory-empty-p. This function was >> introduced in Emacs's 0806075520 (Add directory-empty-p and new argument >> COUNT for directory-files-*,

Re: Headings and Headlines

2021-07-23 Thread Marco Wahl
André A. Gomes writes: > The project's documentation refers to headings and headlines as > synonyms. Relying on a single definition would be beneficial. Agreed. E.g. no more thinking waste about the question if it is headline or heading? > If I had to choose between the two, I'd go with

Re: [WDYT] org-attach-sync better remove an empty attachment directory?

2021-07-09 Thread Marco Wahl
Colin Baxter writes: >> Tim Cross writes: > We could introduce multiple possibilities to choose from. > >>> > >>> 1. Ask in case of an empty directory if it should be deleted. > >>> 2. Don't ask. Don't touch an empty directory. (The state now.) > >>> 3. Don't ask.

Re: [WDYT] org-attach-sync better remove an empty attachment directory?

2021-07-08 Thread Marco Wahl
Marco Wahl writes: > Marco> Please recall that only empty attachment directories would be > Marco> removed, so removal of a directory--and in particular one > Marco> that existed before its interpretation as Org > Marco> attachment--wouldn't be a big

Re: [WDYT] org-attach-sync better remove an empty attachment directory?

2021-07-08 Thread Marco Wahl
Marco> Please recall that only empty attachment directories would be Marco> removed, so removal of a directory--and in particular one Marco> that existed before its interpretation as Org Marco> attachment--wouldn't be a big deal AFAICS. Tim> Not as confident here. I can

Re: [WDYT] org-attach-sync better remove an empty attachment directory?

2021-07-08 Thread Marco Wahl
>> org-attach-sync can be used to "Synchronize the current outline node >> with its attachments." Which is great AFAICT. >> >> What do you think about letting org-attach-sync remove the attachment >> directory if it's empty? >> >> Rationale: Nobody needs an empty attachment directory. >> > >

[WDYT] org-attach-sync better remove an empty attachment directory?

2021-07-07 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi, org-attach-sync can be used to "Synchronize the current outline node with its attachments." Which is great AFAICT. What do you think about letting org-attach-sync remove the attachment directory if it's empty? Rationale: Nobody needs an empty attachment directory. Ciao, -- Marco

[mini, special, fyi] Speed Key g change

2021-06-29 Thread Marco Wahl
Dear Org people, It's almost nothing, but the default for speed key "g" in org-speed-commands changed slightly in master. Instead of the recent, irritating--at least for me--text "Refile...to" there is now "Goto" displayed in the minibuffer. The latter expresses that the action to be done is a

Re: org-agenda no longer clocks out then in

2021-06-28 Thread Marco Wahl
Tory, Dave D write: >...> issues with org-log-note-clock-out... > this commit > https://code.orgmode.org/bzg/org-mode/commit/8e3e2f667f0b28b85845204b708c3f0aebc9152b > probably fixes the issue. Could you perhaps give it a test? Yes, please! I also guess that the commit by Nicolas is a fix for

Re: org-agenda no longer clocks out then in

2021-06-23 Thread Marco Wahl
torys.ander...@gmail.com (Tory S. Anderson) writes: > For years my workflow has centered in org-agenda and I would go from > one clocked item to the next. For instance, I would be clocked into > my "Emails" task, which never closes, and then eventually move down in > the agenda to "Task B". Then

Re: Calendar vs. org-agenda exit

2021-06-23 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi. > is org mode rebinding keys in the calendar? Yes. "c" calls the Org agenda. "i" in the calendar calls org-agenda-diary-entry when org-agenda-diary-file has been configured. (See function org--setup-calendar-bindings.) > I ask, because I've been using traditional calendar+diary; now, >

Re: Using lexical-binding

2021-03-04 Thread Marco Wahl
> Kyle Meyer writes: >> Stefan Monnier writes: >> >>> Since I'm not using it, I can't really test the result in any meaningful >>> way. Furthermore, just like `calendar.el`, it relies on dynamic scoping >>> and `eval` in all kinds of ways, so it's very difficult to be sure the >>> result is

Re: [WDYT, mini] key h in agenda for quick help

2021-02-05 Thread Marco Wahl
Samuel Wales writes: > are there precedents? calc? h in dired does c-h m. Looks to me like calc shines brightest with its help system which btw one enters with key h. Up to now I see the precedents - dired - help-mode - view-mode - Buffer-menu-mode They all have h be the same as C-h m

Re: [WDYT, mini] key h in agenda for quick help

2021-02-05 Thread Marco Wahl
Robert Pluim writes: >>>>>> On Fri, 05 Feb 2021 11:34:41 +0100, Marco Wahl >>>>>> said: > > Marco> Hi all! > Marco> What do you think about binding key h to function describe-mode in > Org > Marco> agenda? Bas

[WDYT, mini] key h in agenda for quick help

2021-02-05 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi all! What do you think about binding key h to function describe-mode in Org agenda? Basically pressing key h would open a window showing the key bindings in the agenda. There would also be additional information. The implementation could be just the line (org-defkey org-agenda-mode-map

Request to backport from Emacs 28

2021-01-06 Thread Marco Wahl
Hello, The Emacs guys changed the signature of define-obsolete-function-alias. Eli Zaretskii: The use of this (and a couple of other) functions without the WHEN argument has been obsolete since Emacs 23.1. The packages should adapt. AFAICS there is only usage of the obsolete usage

Re: Org Capture Menu cannot be fully viewed - Results of testing C-n, C-p, C-v

2020-12-16 Thread Marco Wahl
> 1. Capture Option Selection > === > > C-n, C-p, C-v work well and one can go through the capture menu easily. > > Below the capture buffer, I am seeing another buffer that is displaying events > from the mouse (triple-mouse-1, down-mouse 5, ...) and keyboard (down up

Re: Org Capture Menu cannot be fully viewed

2020-12-14 Thread Marco Wahl
pie...@caramail.com writes: >> Would be great if you could check out the fix. > > Of coarse. Is the following command the right way to get the fix > for testing? > > git clone https://code.orgmode.org/bzg/org-mode.git This is a step in the right direction. With this line you get a fresh clone

Re: Org Capture Menu cannot be fully viewed

2020-12-14 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi Pietru and all, > When making a relatively long Org Capture Menu for Archaeological Field > Management, > the relevant capture window cannot be scrolled down. This becomes > particularly > problematic with small field laptops. Thanks for reporting. I just committed a fix along the lines

Re: Using org-agenda-time-grid with lists

2020-12-11 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi Steve! > I have made two versions for calling org-agenda-time-grid, but the first does > not > comply with what the last call does. Yet the parameters are identical. > > (setq grid-displ '(today daily require-timed)) > (setq tm '(number-sequence 800 2000 100)) > (message "tm: %s" tm) > (setq

Re: Using org-agenda-time-grid with lists

2020-12-11 Thread Marco Wahl
steve-humphr...@gmx.com writes: > I am trying to insert finer timings in org-agenda with the following code. > Haw can one pass a list in a list? > > (setq tm '(number-sequence 800 2000 30)) > (setq org-agenda-time-grid '((daily today require-timed) >tm ".." "")) > > > But

[FYI] valign.el: Align tables containing variable-pitch font and the like

2020-11-30 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi! Yuan Fu proposed valign.el to be included in ELPA over at the emacs devel newsgroup. If you like aligned tables containing non-monospace items then valign.el might be something like. valign.el does a good job AFAICS. The project repo is https://github.com/casouri/valign. Best regards, --

Re: [HELP} Capture Template

2020-11-19 Thread Marco Wahl
Tim Cross writes: > I'm trying to get a capture template to work, but without luck. Not sure > what I'm doing wrong, but figured someone on this list could help by > pointing out my probably obvious error. > > The template is > > ("e" "expense" entry > (file+headline

[Marco Wahl] Re: [Feature Request] More flexibility in org-speed-commands customization

2020-08-17 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi Gustavo, >>> I don't know if there is a strong reason to hard-code the set of keys >>> in `org-speed-commands-default'. But, if there isn't, could you >>> consider (somehow) exposing the whole set of `org-speed-commands' to >>> user customization? >> >> This sounds like a good idea to me. >>

Re: [Feature Request] More flexibility in org-speed-commands customization

2020-08-17 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi Gustavo, > Org's speed keys are a very interesting feature to which I've long > been attracted to. And indeed, I've flirted with it a number of times > in the past. But every time I do so, I end up stepping back, because > I get weary of fat fingering my documents. The whole set of speed >

Re: [Discuss] separate (recenter window-line) out of org-agenda-redo

2020-07-28 Thread Marco Wahl
"numbch...@gmail.com" writes: > I try to add an idle timer to auto refresh org agenda views. > > Here is what I code: > > #+begin_src emacs-lisp > ;;; auto refresh `*Org Agenda*' buffer > (defun my/org-agenda-auto-refresh () > "Rebuild all agenda views buffers." > (org-agenda-redo-all t)) >

Re: Bug: Org line commands and visual-line mode bindings [9.3.7 (9.3.7-15-gc9abb4-elpaplus @ /home/gustavo/.emacs.d/elpa/org-plus-contrib-20200727/)]

2020-07-28 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi Gustavo, > The Org line commands -- `org-beginning-of-line', `org-end-of-line', and > `org-kill-line' -- all take due care for the presence of > `visual-line-mode' to do the right thing if it is turned on. However, > when `visual-line-mode' is indeed on, the bindings on >

Re: [Discuss] separate (recenter window-line) out of org-agenda-redo

2020-07-27 Thread Marco Wahl
"numbch...@gmail.com" writes: [...] > I dive into source code of ~org-agenda-redo~ function. > Found this error is caused by ~(recenter window-line)~. > > I'm thinking what about to separate this code out? So function > ~org-agenda-redo~ can be used to non-interactive usage? My gut feeling

New function org-hide-entry

2020-07-21 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi, I just comitted function org-hide-entry which is a counterpart to org-show-entry. Critique, praise etc. welcome, as always. Best regards, -- Marco

Re: [PATCH] manual: Fix minor typo

2020-07-07 Thread Marco Wahl
Kyle Meyer writes: >> Up to now I thought only a 'format-patch' can be applied easily. Would >> you please share a way to apply an inline patch? Or at least give a hint? > > Sure. For an inline patch, you feed the entire message, rather than the > attachment, to 'git am'. It looks like Gnus is

Re: [PATCH] manual: Fix minor typo

2020-07-05 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi Kyle and Arun, >> To make the handling of patches easier please use "format-patch". > > It looks like this was sent with git-send-email (which is fed > format-patch output either explicitly or underneath), and it applied > cleanly for me. Okay, good. Thanks for sharing! Apologies for

Re: [rfc] Call agenda finalize hook a little bit later

2020-07-05 Thread Marco Wahl
Hello all, > What do you think about calling the agenda finalize hook a little bit > later so that the cursor position can be changed? > > E.g. this would allow to hook in a function that attempts to move point > to the current clock. Since there was neither opposition nor discussion and since

Re: [PATCH] manual: Fix minor typo

2020-07-05 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi Arun, Thanks for the patch. I applied it. > * doc/org-manual.org (Clocking Work Time): Replace "to that you can" > with "so that you can". To make the handling of patches easier please use "format-patch". More details from the Emacs CONTRIB: --8<---cut

Re: Habit error

2020-07-04 Thread Marco Wahl
Hello Colin, Colin Baxter writes: > With the latest pull of org-mode I now find habits are not displayed > correctly in agenda. The graph bar is missing, with the error > > org-habit-insert-consistency-graphs: Wrong type argument: > number-or-marker-p, nil I guess this was due to my attempt to

[rfc] Call agenda finalize hook a little bit later

2020-06-30 Thread Marco Wahl
, -- Marco >From 37f2e1519915a0476bb4d15328473541236d4890 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Marco Wahl Date: Tue, 30 Jun 2020 13:02:19 +0200 Subject: [PATCH] agenda: Call finalize-hook later * lisp/org-agenda.el (org-agenda-finalize): Call the hooks after the save-excursion. This opens the way for ho

Join lines in region with M-^ in Org

2020-06-17 Thread Marco Wahl
Hello all, With my last tiny commit on master org-delete-indentation (M-^) behaves as good old plain delete-indentation in the case when a region is active. Concretely the lines get joined. Before the region has not been taken into account by org-delete-indentation. I guess and hope this change

Re: New mailing list archive at https://orgmode/list/

2020-06-05 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi! > with Kyle's help, I've set up a new mailing list archive: > > https://orgmode/list/ > > References in https://orgmode.org and https://orgmode.org/list > that pointed to gmane.org are now using this, so many links are > functional again. Thanks! May I take the occasion to ask naively about

Document level property drawer position

2020-05-04 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi, With file #v+ :PROPERTIES: :CATEGORY: Org :END: #+TITLE: Stuff related to Org * TODO a task #v- the category is "Org" as expected. (This can be seen in the agenda.) Moving the property drawer below the title line breaks this behavior. Concretely see this with file #v+ #+TITLE: Stuff

[idea] Dynamic agenda filtering

2020-05-02 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi, These are a few lines of experimental code to bring dynamic filtering to the agenda. I think it's not too bad already. I'd like to invite you to check it out. Just mark the code and do {M-x eval-region RET}. Then you have the "dynamic filtering" on key "&" in the agenda. Just type to see

Re: $LR in Table Formula

2020-05-01 Thread Marco Wahl
Carsten Dominik writes: >> If the Org code shall iterate towards clarity then the question would be >> resurrection or elimination of the Last Row (LR) feature AFAICS. > > Elimination should be fine in this case since it does not work anymore > anyway. Okay, I eliminated the LR parts from the

Re: [RFC] Change default value for `org-startup-folded'?

2020-04-30 Thread Marco Wahl
> Reading a recent message on Emacs devel list, I stumbled upon this: > > I needed to go and look up to figure out how to read the org file > that came with pdf-tools. It isn't that much text, and the annoying > folding that org does for what amounts to a simple README file is >

Re: Failing tests

2020-04-21 Thread Marco Wahl
Kyle Meyer writes: > Marco Wahl writes: > >> When building with "make test" I get >> >> #v+ >> 2 unexpected results: >>FAILED ob-tangle/jump-to-org >>FAILED test-org-attach/dir >> #v- >> >> does this ring a bell

Re: $LR in Table Formula

2020-04-18 Thread Marco Wahl
Carsten Dominik writes: > This was an old way to refer to fields in the last row. It was already > deprecated in 2011. I also does not seem to work anymore. > > I had forgotten all about it and only found it back with > > git log -S \$LR --source --all | less > > which pointed me to commit

Re: Bug: org-table-insert-column edits formulas wrongly [9.3 (release_9.3 @ /usr/local/Cellar/emacs-plus/HEAD-9d38564/share/emacs/28.0.50/lisp/org/)]

2020-04-18 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi, And thanks, Eric! Eric S Fraga writes: > Now, I might be pushing my luck so apologies but: it would be nice if > the kill row/column behaviour were also consistent. Right now, if you > kill a row, it leaves point where it was; if you kill a column, it moves > point to the previous column.

$LR in Table Formula

2020-04-17 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi! By accident at browsing the code I stumbled over "$LR" in column formulas. TBH I don't understand "$LR" and I haven't found a bit about it in the documentation. What is the meaning of $LR? Ciao, -- Marco

Failing tests

2020-04-17 Thread Marco Wahl
Dear all, When building with "make test" I get #v+ 2 unexpected results: FAILED ob-tangle/jump-to-org FAILED test-org-attach/dir #v- does this ring a bell for anybody? Best regards, -- Marco

Re: Bug: org-table-insert-column edits formulas wrongly [9.3 (release_9.3 @ /usr/local/Cellar/emacs-plus/HEAD-9d38564/share/emacs/28.0.50/lisp/org/)]

2020-04-17 Thread Marco Wahl
Nicolas Goaziou writes: >> Where shall the change go? maint (and master) or just to master? > > I think maint is fine. Okay, pushed. Thanks, -- Marco

Re: Bug: org-table-insert-column edits formulas wrongly [9.3 (release_9.3 @ /usr/local/Cellar/emacs-plus/HEAD-9d38564/share/emacs/28.0.50/lisp/org/)]

2020-04-17 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi, Carsten Dominik writes: >> > I just pulled the lates master, and I think the creation of a new >> > column has not been set back to the way it used to be, even though >> > Nicolas agreed to do so. Am I missing something? >> As I understood, we practice some patience now to see if someone

Re: Bug: org-table-insert-column edits formulas wrongly [9.3 (release_9.3 @ /usr/local/Cellar/emacs-plus/HEAD-9d38564/share/emacs/28.0.50/lisp/org/)]

2020-04-01 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi Carsten, > I just pulled the lates master, and I think the creation of a new column > has not been set back to the way it used to be, even though Nicolas agreed > to do so. Am I missing something? As I understood, we practice some patience now to see if someone votes for keeping the current

Re: 'org-structure-template-alist' is only partially working...

2020-04-01 Thread Marco Wahl
Sharon Kimble writes: > I'm having great difficulty in getting 'org-structure-template-alist' to work > properly. > > This is what I'm using - > > #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp > ;(require 'org-tempo) > (setq org-structure-template-alist >'('("s" . "src emacs-lisp") > ;("e" .

Re: Bug: org-table-insert-column edits formulas wrongly [9.3 (release_9.3 @ /usr/local/Cellar/emacs-plus/HEAD-9d38564/share/emacs/28.0.50/lisp/org/)]

2020-04-01 Thread Marco Wahl
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Eric S Fraga writes: > >> And I believe that a reasonable expectation is symmetry with inserting a >> row. The way I think of it is the arrow indicates to make space by >> moving columns/rows in that direction. Most spreadsheets work in this >> way, in my experience

Re: Preventing org-cycle from scrolling the buffer

2020-03-31 Thread Marco Wahl
Dmitrii Korobeinikov writes: > When calling org-cycle on a collapsed section which contains a lot of > text, the headline is adjusted to the top of the page. Collapsing it > doesn't revert the scroll, which makes it hard to quickly peek at > what's in the section without getting disoriented. Is

Re: Bug: org-table-insert-column edits formulas wrongly [9.3 (release_9.3 @ /usr/local/Cellar/emacs-plus/HEAD-9d38564/share/emacs/28.0.50/lisp/org/)]

2020-03-30 Thread Marco Wahl
Yu Han Quek writes: > Calling org-table-insert-column in a table with formulas wrongly increments > the column number left of the newly inserted column. > > Minimal example: > > | 1 | 2 | 3 | > > #+TBLFM: $3=$1+$2 > > With cursor in the `1` cell, call `M-x org-table-insert-column`. > > Expected

Re: Bug: :completion-function no longer takes a lambda [9.3.6 (9.3.6-elpa @ /home/arne/.guix-profile/share/emacs/site-lisp/)]

2020-03-30 Thread Marco Wahl
Arne Babenhauserheide writes: > Hi, > > I set up my publishing workflow with org-project using lambdas in the > :completion-function, but I now receive errors when I try to publish. > > Example Setup: > > (setq org-publish-project-alist > '(("guile-basics" > :base-directory

Re: ob-calc duplicate stack-element issue

2020-03-18 Thread Marco Wahl
Eric S Fraga writes: > On Wednesday, 18 Mar 2020 at 15:47, Marco Wahl wrote: >> AFAICS at the org babel calc evaluation the last value of the calc stack >> gets dropped. >> >> So your workaround is okay, I think. You can just write any dummy >> element at the

Re: ob-calc duplicate stack-element issue

2020-03-18 Thread Marco Wahl
Heiko Schmidt writes: > - problem: When evaluating the calc snippets the top of stack element >   is dropped. Because every "begin/end_src calc" block drops the top >   of stack, one can't reuse the result in following blocks. > Number of cars (PKW) in germany: > > #+begin_src calc :exports

Re: [SOLVED] Re: Can Org Mode tag support dash character "-"?

2020-03-15 Thread Marco Wahl
stardiviner writes: > Carsten Dominik writes: > >> On Fri, Mar 13, 2020 at 3:08 PM stardiviner wrote: >> >> I found Org Mode tags does not support tag like "COVID-9", The dash >> character "-" is not supported. >> >> Can Org Mode support the dash char because it is very often used. >> >>

Re: Binding literal tab to C-Tab

2020-03-06 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi. Josh writes: > I have a need to insert literal tab characters into my org-mode files > frequently. I would like to bind a key to insert literal tabs (ASCII > 9). I thought Control-TAB would be a good option. So I inserted the > following lines into my .emacs file. It works when in normal

Re: "peculiar" error with countdown timer in org-agenda

2020-03-03 Thread Marco Wahl
> I will check. However I am on Windows 7-64 and to the best of my knowledge > Dbus is not available for this platform. There were some efforts to make > it work but I don't think they are current. Okay. > In any case, as the error message said, this version of emacs isn't > compiled with

Re: "peculiar" error with countdown timer in org-agenda

2020-03-03 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi Ian, Thanks for reporting. > In Org-Agenda, I press ';' to start a countdown timer. > I enter 1 minute to test. > When timer reaches zero, I see this error in minibuffer > > dbus-call-method: peculiar error: "Emacs not compiled with dbus support" > > Also, timer display is not removed from

Re: bug: ';' gets error starting countdown timer in agenda

2020-03-01 Thread Marco Wahl
Ian Garmaise writes: > Thanks for that, it is indeed true that picking a heading is a workaround. > I was confused because as far as I can tell there is no relationship > between the countdown timer and any headline. I assume you mean the > docstring for org-timer-set-timer, but maybe it is for

Re: bug: ';' gets error starting countdown timer in agenda

2020-03-01 Thread Marco Wahl
Ian Garmaise writes: > In Agenda, I issue the ';' command to start a countdown timer. > I am asked how many minutes, then I get the following error > > > user-error: Command not allowed in this line > > Timer doesn't start. I have no problem starting a timer with C-c C-x ; Thanks for the

Re: Survey: changing a few default settings for Org 9.4

2020-02-19 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi Bastien and all, >> Subject: [PATCH 1/2] org: Fix corner case for org-kill-line >> >> * lisp/org.el (org-kill-line): Kill _all_ tags when the cursor is on the >> tags part. > > There is a problem with this patch: when on a empty heading with tags, > killing the tags will let the cursor back

Re: Survey: changing a few default settings for Org 9.4

2020-02-19 Thread Marco Wahl
gular meetings with https://www.emacs-doctor.com/ >> >> What are these meetings? > > We gather with fellow Emacsers in Paris once in a while. Ahhh! Paris! Thanks for the information. Paris is out of my reach, though. >From 49b00d2cf7ca4b8484e0a9679b39b62873ee30b6 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00

Re: Survey: changing a few default settings for Org 9.4

2020-02-19 Thread Marco Wahl
Bastien writes: > while Org 9.4 is on its way, I am considering changing a few default > settings (10 options in total). I have created a survey here: > > https://framadate.org/Ufc42EVxS2jO1Ajz > > Can you take a few minutes and express your opinion there? Ok. I'll go there in a minute. >

Re: [rfc] Make column view less rigid for rescale?

2020-02-17 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi Bastien, >> I think this rigidity is unnecessary and I'd like to see org columns >> follow text rescaling. > > Agreed. Fine! >> AFAICS the change is easy. (Just set `font' to nil in >> `org-columns--display-here'.) > > The change is a bit more complex, because you also need to adjust the >

[rfc] Make column view less rigid for rescale?

2020-02-17 Thread Marco Wahl
Dear all, Up to now the text-scale of org columns sticks to one size disrespecting text rescaling. (E.g. via C-x C-+ .) I think this rigidity is unnecessary and I'd like to see org columns follow text rescaling. AFAICS the change is easy. (Just set `font' to nil in

Re: Bug: org-read-date ignores hours?

2020-02-11 Thread Marco Wahl
Bastien writes: > I tried > > (progn >   (setq org-popup-calendar-for-date-prompt t) >   (org-read-date t)) > > (progn >   (setq org-popup-calendar-for-date-prompt nil) >   (org-read-date t)) > > from master and could not reproduce the problem (not having the > inserted time string taken into

Re: A new, "org-bullets"-like minor mode

2020-02-01 Thread Marco Wahl
D writes: > On 01.02.20 21:32, Marco Wahl wrote: >> AFAICS org-bullets is released under GPL3. Doesn't this mean that you >> can use org-bullets as a base for further development if you leave the >> license intact and also keep the original authors next to your name? > &

Re: A new, "org-bullets"-like minor mode

2020-02-01 Thread Marco Wahl
D writes: > However, since the mode still contains code snippets from org-bullets, I > have tried to contact the original author (sabof) of the package in the > hopes of getting an official approval before making the thing public. > The problem with /that/ however is that the author has been

Re: [RFC] C-c C-c in agenda

2020-02-01 Thread Marco Wahl
Samuel Wales writes: > i think it can be confusing to new users to have column mode > accidentally activated. what are the things they will try to get out > of it? maybe worth considering all the panic commands they'd try, and > either deactivate or message what to do to deactivate? Indeed.

Re: [RFC] C-c C-c in agenda

2020-02-01 Thread Marco Wahl
Hi Adam, Adam Porter writes: >> For some days now C-c C-c disables column view in Org files. This helps >> me a bit and never got in my way. And I thought it would be quite >> natural and consistent to use this binding for the agenda too. >> >> What do you think about all that? > > Hi Marco,

Re: [RFC] Document level property drawer

2020-02-01 Thread Marco Wahl
>> Sebastian Miele writes: >>> I would like to be able to make a clear distinction between properties >>> that are visible by default and properties that are not. Maybe it would >>> be possible to allow some #+.. syntax following headings for subtree >>> properties that are visible by default.

Re: [RFC] C-c C-c in agenda

2020-01-28 Thread Marco Wahl
Bastien writes: >> Thanks - I still don't see any real usecase. > > Ok, I constructed one: > > #+COLUMNS: %30ITEM %MYPROP > #+PROPERTY: MYPROP_ALL "[x]" "[ ]" > > * NEXT Rien > :PROPERTIES: > :MYPROP: [ ] > :END: > > In this case, when the cursor is on the MYPROP column in column >

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