Re: Report error in scheme evaluation

2022-04-30 Thread Neil Jerram
On Sat, 30 Apr 2022 at 09:14, Ihor Radchenko wrote: > > Felipe Lema writes: > > > I just realized I was un-CCed out of the thread > > > > Here's the updated patch with the requested changes (actually single one) > > > > Lemme know if I'm missing anything else. > > Can you update the patch making

Re: About babel and header arguments

2022-04-10 Thread Neil Jerram
On Sun, 10 Apr 2022, 16:39 , wrote: > On Sun, Apr 10, 2022 at 04:00:31PM +0100, Neil Jerram wrote: > > Hi Henrik, > > > > On Sun, 10 Apr 2022 at 10:56, Henrik Frisk wrote: > > > > > > Hi, > > > > > > I'm not a skilled (scheme) programm

Re: About babel and header arguments

2022-04-10 Thread Neil Jerram
Hi Henrik, On Sun, 10 Apr 2022 at 10:56, Henrik Frisk wrote: > > Hi, > > I'm not a skilled (scheme) programmer so maybe there is something obvious I'm > missing here. In the first example the header argument y is interpreted as I > would expect it, but in the second it isn't: > > #+begin_src

Organice with local WebDAV server on PinePhone

2022-04-03 Thread Neil Jerram
I've been thinking about how to get nice Org access on my PinePhone. My current favoured option is Organice, with a local WebDAV server on the phone. My Org is mastered in a hosted git repo, and I already have a script for syncing between that and a local clone on various devices. I think I just

Re: Problem with org-babel and geiser

2022-03-23 Thread Neil Jerram
Hi Rudy, On Thu, 17 Mar 2022 at 17:07, Rudolf Adamkovič wrote: > > Bob Heffernan writes: > > > I did as you described and the patched version of ob-scheme.el *does* > > seem to solve the problem. > > Today, I needed to use Scheme with Org (9.5.2-24-g668205), and I found > that the #+RESULTS:

Re: Links to javascript-based websites from orgmode.org: Paypal and Github

2022-02-27 Thread Neil Jerram
On Sun, 27 Feb 2022, 17:19 Bastien Guerry, wrote: > Jean Louis writes: > > > Open up few crypto accounts and let people donate their crypto money > > as well. > > I'm not in favor of this. > +1. I assume this conversation is supposed to be ethically driven, and cryptocurrencies are at least

Re: Read only org view mode

2022-01-24 Thread Neil Jerram
On Mon, 24 Jan 2022, 11:14 Russell Adams, wrote: > Why not just do an ASCII export to a temporary read only buffer for > viewing? > Do you mean that you're agreeing with the concept, but finding the implementation unnecessarily complicated? > I always thought the point of Org was to have

Re: Read only org view mode

2022-01-24 Thread Neil Jerram
Hi Arthur, On Sun, 23 Jan 2022 at 07:53, Arthur Miller wrote: > > Hi mailing list, > > is something like this of interest to add to org-mode? I'm interested in Linux-native smartphones (e.g. the Pine Phone) and in using Org there as fully as possible. I probably wouldn't _alter_ my Org content

Re: Question Regarding Creating Workflow For Automatic Formulas For Finance Based Org Spreadsheet

2022-01-19 Thread Neil Jerram
On Mon, 10 Jan 2022 at 10:31, Neil Jerram wrote: > > On Mon, 10 Jan 2022 at 03:42, Samuel Banya wrote: > > > > Ah, Ledger is way too complicated for what it's worth. I've seen videos on > > YouTube about it, and every person who's praised it is pretty much too >

Re: Question Regarding Creating Workflow For Automatic Formulas For Finance Based Org Spreadsheet

2022-01-10 Thread Neil Jerram
On Mon, 10 Jan 2022 at 03:42, Samuel Banya wrote: > > Ah, Ledger is way too complicated for what it's worth. I've seen videos on > YouTube about it, and every person who's praised it is pretty much too smart > enough to be able to explain it in simple terms. I have similar observations. I

Re: Question Regarding Creating Workflow For Automatic Formulas For Finance Based Org Spreadsheet

2022-01-09 Thread Neil Jerram
On Sun, 9 Jan 2022, 17:18 Samuel Banya, wrote: > Hey there, > > So I've been managing my finances via an org doc that basically has tables > that list all the expenses from my bank account, which has been awesome on > some respects. > I also save and process my bank account transactions with

Re: Emacs as an Org LSP server

2020-12-14 Thread Neil Jerram
the nice stuff like table alignment, checkbox state propagation… > > Does that help? > > All the best, > *Timothy* > > * From*: Neil Jerram <%22neil+jerram%22+%3cneiljer...@gmail.com%3E> > * Subject*: Re: Emacs as an Org LSP server > * To*: TEC <%22tec%22+%3ctecos

Re: Emacs as an Org LSP server

2020-12-14 Thread Neil Jerram
who don’t use Emacs, by hooking into Emacs > itself. > > Does that clear things up for you? You can also see > https://langserver.org/. > > All the best, > *Timothy* > > * From*: Neil Jerram <%22neil+jerram%22+%3cneiljer...@gmail.com%3E> > * Subject*: Re: Emacs as

Re: Emacs as an Org LSP server

2020-12-14 Thread Neil Jerram
provides language features like > auto complete, go to definition, find all references etc. > > That should give you an idea of the intent here. > > All the best, > *Timothy* > > * From*: Neil Jerram <%22neil+jerram%22+%3cneiljer...@gmail.com%3E> > * Subject*: Re: Ema

Re: Emacs as an Org LSP server

2020-12-14 Thread Neil Jerram
Could you describe a use case? Apologies if I missed this in earlier threads. On Sun, 13 Dec 2020 at 10:44, TEC wrote: > > A little progress update. > > https://github.com/tecosaur/org-lsp now exists. > > I have no idea what I'm doing, so if anyone has feedback on the current > idea, that

Re: Org-GCal ?

2020-12-01 Thread Neil Jerram
On Mon, 30 Nov 2020 at 21:19, David Masterson wrote: > Neil Jerram writes: > > > On Mon, 30 Nov 2020 at 00:49, David Masterson < > dsmasterson92...@outlook.com> wrote: > > > > Anyone using org-gcal? I just got it hooked up and am now trying to > > fi

Re: Org-GCal ?

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

Re: consistent behavior across babel languages

2020-11-26 Thread Neil Jerram
On Wed, 25 Nov 2020 at 05:20, ian martins wrote: > Something I've found challenging is the inconsistency between babel > languages. It makes it difficult for a babel user to get a source > block to do what they want, or for a babel developer to even know what > correct behavior is. > > I'm not

Re: consistent behavior across babel languages

2020-11-26 Thread Neil Jerram
On Wed, 25 Nov 2020 at 05:20, ian martins wrote: > Something I've found challenging is the inconsistency between babel > languages. It makes it difficult for a babel user to get a source > block to do what they want, or for a babel developer to even know what > correct behavior is. > > I'm not

Re: [PATCH] Remove redundant 'function's around lambda

2020-11-19 Thread Neil Jerram
On Thu, 19 Nov 2020 at 14:51, Stefan Kangas wrote: > Neil Jerram writes: > > >> I've been working on removing redundant `function' around `lambda' in > >> Emacs core, > > > > I'm slightly curious about the history and reasoning around this. If I > >

Re: [PATCH] Remove redundant 'function's around lambda

2020-11-19 Thread Neil Jerram
On Tue, 17 Nov 2020 at 17:08, Stefan Kangas wrote: > I've been working on removing redundant `function' around `lambda' in > Emacs core, I'm slightly curious about the history and reasoning around this. If I understand correctly, (lambda ...) on its own has always worked, and it's never been

Re: org-tables with monetary amounts

2020-09-26 Thread Neil Jerram
On Fri, 25 Sep 2020 at 12:36, Daniele Nicolodi wrote: > On 25/09/2020 11:25, Neil Jerram wrote: > > Aside: Perhaps I'm misunderstanding them, but none of the open source > > tools, including (h)ledger, seem to be of much help here. > > - They focus on data entry and reconcil

Re: org-tables with monetary amounts

2020-09-25 Thread Neil Jerram
On Tue, 22 Sep 2020 at 17:05, Daniele Nicolodi wrote: > Hello, > Hi Daniele... > > I often use org-tables to work with monetary amounts. Me too. I use Org mode plus Scheme code to try to analyze my bank statements and compare them against a budget. Org is a convenient form for specifying

Re: Shift select

2020-03-06 Thread Neil Jerram
On Fri, 6 Mar 2020 at 08:17, Josh wrote: > One more question, > > I turned on shift-select with the following line in my .emacs. It works, > but of course, on headings, it doesn't work because it changes the TODO > status of the heading (shift left-right) or the priority of the heading > (shift

Re: C-c C-c to close the buffer in *Org Src ...* buffers

2020-01-31 Thread Neil Jerram
On Fri, 31 Jan 2020 at 11:05, Bastien wrote: > Hi all, > > I'd like to make an equivalent to in Org Src buffers > so that hitting will close the buffer, which seems natural. > > WDYT? > SGTM. Best wishes, Neil

Re: emacs build command for org-files

2020-01-27 Thread Neil Jerram
On Sun, 26 Jan 2020 at 18:11, John Kitchin wrote: > Hi everyone, > > This is only semi-on-topic. I am looking for something like M-x compile > for my org-files, but I don't want it to necessarily use Makefiles. I am > looking for suggestions of existing solutions to this, or thoughts on how > to

Re: ob-scheme haunted source code block?

2020-01-21 Thread Neil Jerram
On Fri, 17 Jan 2020 at 12:01, Joost Kremers wrote: > Hi list, > > I've been learning some Scheme recently and decided to use Org > mode and babel so I could document my progress, keep notes, etc. > together with the code I write. I also installed the geiser > package to work with Scheme source

Re: ob-scheme doesn't support :stdin?

2020-01-21 Thread Neil Jerram
I have been thinking for a while that it would be great to have some kind of test system for Babel language implementations. It seems there are lots of possible Babel features, that some languages support and others don't, and it would be good to have more clarity about that situation. Is there

Re: backup of abbrev_defs

2019-12-18 Thread Neil Jerram
On Wed, 18 Dec 2019, 11:10 Fraga, Eric, wrote: > On Wednesday, 18 Dec 2019 at 11:02, Sharon Kimble wrote: > > I've tried using a symlink to the file held in another directory, but > > when I restarted emacs the symlink wasn't followed and it created a new > > abbrev_def file from somewhere, I

Re: [PATCH] ob-scheme: Handle :epilogue params

2019-12-18 Thread Neil Jerram
On Wed, 18 Dec 2019, 09:25 oldk1331, wrote: > Hi all, > > This is a simple change that adds support for :epilogue in ob-scheme. > > Best wishes, > Qian > > == > > * lisp/ob-scheme.el (org-babel-expand-body:scheme): Add :epilogue > param support. > > TINYCHANGE > --- >

Re: mobile org

2019-11-19 Thread Neil Jerram
If org-web and organice are browser-based, why do they need syncing? Could the server be your regular non-mobile Org machine? On Tue, 19 Nov 2019 at 08:57, Diego Zamboni wrote: > Hm... organice is suspiciously similar to https://org-web.org/, which I > had seen before. Even the Sample files

Re: [O] Bug: Problems with ob-scheme in geiser-eval--retort-output [9.2.6 (9.2.6-4-ge30905-elpa @ /home/lockywolf/.emacs.d/elpa/org-20191021/)]

2019-10-21 Thread Neil Jerram
On Mon, 21 Oct 2019 at 15:16, Vladimir Nikishkin wrote: > Yeah. The "output" is not the result of geiser's elisp functions, as far > as I understand, it comes from comint, which reads it from a scheme > interpreter, and is expected to be formatted specifically to be fed into >

Re: [O] Bug: Problems with ob-scheme in geiser-eval--retort-output [9.2.6 (9.2.6-4-ge30905-elpa @ /home/lockywolf/.emacs.d/elpa/org-20191021/)]

2019-10-21 Thread Neil Jerram
Hi Vladimir, On Mon, 21 Oct 2019 at 03:21, Vladimir Nikishkin wrote: > > Can we replace the (set) on line 177 of ob-scheme.el with the following > form: > (setq result (if output > (let ((g-r-o (geiser-eval--retort-output ret))) > (if g-r-o >

Re: [O] Tables: Exclude headings in Row Number?

2019-09-26 Thread Neil Jerram
f > wrote: > >> Hi Neil, >> >> Unfortunately, no - This code will print the number of rows in my table - >> it does >> not add a column to my table, with numbering starting at the first row >> under the >> headline. >> >> I really li

Re: [O] Tables: Exclude headings in Row Number?

2019-09-19 Thread Neil Jerram
Does this answer your question? #+NAME: tt | num | ID | |-+| | 1 | A | | 2 | B | | 3 | C | | 4 || | 5 | E | #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp :var tt=tt (length tt) #+END_SRC #+RESULTS: : 5 Best wishes, Neil On Wed, 18 Sep 2019 at 18:39, Nathan Neff wrote: > Hello all, >

Re: [O] Best practice for providing an Org-based application?

2019-09-10 Thread Neil Jerram
Thanks Jean for your reply... On Tue, 10 Sep 2019 at 14:53, Jean Louis wrote: > [...] It would be nice to write it all in the Org file, yet for me such > data shall better be in the database. And links are then copied from > central place to Org files or any other files finally, or to email, or

Re: [O] Best practice for providing an Org-based application?

2019-09-10 Thread Neil Jerram
nizing special issues in scientific publications and lately to > organize some things for a cub scout troop. They have all been pretty > different, but I am sure I have reinvented pieces of it each time. I am > interested in learning more about what you are doing. > > > > Neil Jerr

[O] Best practice for providing an Org-based application?

2019-09-08 Thread Neil Jerram
Is there a best practice or recommended approach for preparing and providing an Org-based application so that others could make use of it? I've been using Org for a few years to keep track of the membership and 'fixing' for my choir - where 'fixing' means finding out and recording who can sing in

Re: [O] Potential bug with tables

2019-08-03 Thread Neil Jerram
I just tried this with Org mode version 9.1.5 (release_9.1.5-1784-g772949 @ /home/neil/src/org-mode/lisp/) and I don't see the problem with that version. What version do you have? On Sat, 3 Aug 2019 at 19:48, Charles R (Charlie) Martin < chasrmar...@gmail.com> wrote: > This seems like an

Re: [O] exported contacts problem

2019-08-03 Thread Neil Jerram
I've tried to work on contact conversion and synchronization in the past, aiming to merge and unify contacts that I've built up in BBDB, Google Contacts, email systems, pre-Android phones, etc. The problematic aspect was different systems using different field names and structures, e.g. one with

Re: [O] Capture with date prompt defaults to yesterday

2019-06-11 Thread Neil Jerram
On Mon, 10 Jun 2019, 10:22 Nicolas Goaziou, wrote: > Hello, > > Neil Jerram writes: > > > Yes, it does make the default time noon. But AFAICS the time of day > > doesn't actually matter in any of the Org source code where the result of > > org-get-cursor-date

Re: [O] Capture with date prompt defaults to yesterday

2019-06-09 Thread Neil Jerram
On Fri, 7 Jun 2019 at 22:31, Nicolas Goaziou wrote: > Hello, > > Neil Jerram writes: > > > Nicolas, I hope you don't mind me sending a 'ping' for this, as it looks > > like it might have got lost. Please do let me know what you think. > > I'm not sure this is

Re: [O] Capture with date prompt defaults to yesterday

2019-06-07 Thread Neil Jerram
Nicolas, I hope you don't mind me sending a 'ping' for this, as it looks like it might have got lost. Please do let me know what you think. Best wishes, Neil On Tue, 28 May 2019 at 21:20, Neil Jerram wrote: > On Sun, 19 May 2019 at 14:36, Neil Jerram wrote: > >> I have a capt

Re: [O] Show APPTs every day in Agneda

2019-05-28 Thread Neil Jerram
On Mon, 27 May 2019 at 23:25, Michael Heerdegen wrote: > Neil Jerram writes: > > > Hi Michael, > > Hi Neil! > > > I'm not in front of my computer, to check this, but I think that an > > active date range will have this effect, i.e. > > > > ** Vaca

Re: [O] Capture with date prompt defaults to yesterday

2019-05-28 Thread Neil Jerram
On Sun, 19 May 2019 at 14:36, Neil Jerram wrote: > I have a capture template like this: > > '(org-capture-templates >(quote > (("a" "" entry > (file "~/org/capture.org") > "** TODO %? > SCHEDULED: %^t" >

Re: [O] Show APPTs every day in Agneda

2019-05-27 Thread Neil Jerram
On Sun, 26 May 2019, 18:38 Michael Heerdegen, wrote: > Hi, > > I've APPTs like "Vacation" that last 14 days or so. Is there an > option/way to show such an APPT for every concerned day, and not only > for the border days, so that when I for example want to make a doctor's > appointment I see

Re: [O] Advance notice of birthdays in org-mode via org-contacts

2019-05-27 Thread Neil Jerram
On Sun, 26 May 2019, 16:12 Daryl Manning, wrote: > I'm trying to come up with a better way to give myself advanced notice on > some peoples' birthdays coming up. > > Right now, I use the following in a `cal.org` file to give me notice in > agenda that birthdays are coming up: > > ``` > * BDays >

[O] Capture with date prompt defaults to yesterday

2019-05-19 Thread Neil Jerram
I have a capture template like this: '(org-capture-templates (quote (("a" "" entry (file "~/org/capture.org") "** TODO %? SCHEDULED: %^t" When I use that, the date prompt defaults to yesterday, whereas I'd expect it to default to today. I believe this is because I also

Re: [O] Column width cookies stopped working in 9.2.3?

2019-05-13 Thread Neil Jerram
On Sun, 12 May 2019 at 22:39, Nick Dokos wrote: > > Just to clarify: my intention was to advertise etc/ORG-NEWS more > widely and point out that it's probably the best place to learn about > things that are likely to break one's workflows (and if you read it > before you update, you just might

Re: [O] Column width cookies stopped working in 9.2.3?

2019-05-12 Thread Neil Jerram
On Sun, 12 May 2019 at 00:29, Nick Dokos wrote: > > Neil Jerram writes: > > > Hi, > > > > I have tables with width cookies like this: > > > > | <16> | <6> | <64> | > > > > I just a

[O] Column width cookies stopped working in 9.2.3?

2019-05-11 Thread Neil Jerram
Hi, I have tables with width cookies like this: | <16> | <6> | <64> | I just added new information to one of those tables, and the table shrank down to match the size of the content, i.e. as though Org is now ignoring the width cookies. I believe I've

Re: [O] [RFC] Fixing link encoding once and for all

2019-03-05 Thread Neil Jerram
Hi Nicolas, On Tue, 5 Mar 2019 at 00:23, Nicolas Goaziou wrote: [...] > So, the new challenger is: > > > "\\[\\[\\(\\(?:.\\|\n\\)*?[^\\]\\(\\)*\\)\\]\\(?:\\[\\(\\(?:.\\|\n\\)+?\\)\\]\\)?\\]" > > Beautiful. > > The commented rx equivalent would be: > > (seq "[" > ;; URI part:

Re: [O] [RFC] Fixing link encoding once and for all

2019-03-04 Thread Neil Jerram
On Fri, 1 Mar 2019 at 08:14, Nicolas Goaziou wrote: > > Hello, > > Neil Jerram writes: > > > Do you mean Windows file names in existing Org files? I.e. the > > back-compatibility concern? > > > > If so, yes, I confess I didn't think at all about back-comp

Re: [O] [RFC] Fixing link encoding once and for all

2019-02-28 Thread Neil Jerram
On Wed, 27 Feb 2019 at 10:49, Nicolas Goaziou wrote: > > Hello, > > Neil Jerram writes: > > > I'm not sure how much freedom you have here, but I think it would be > > both clearer - by avoiding confusion with URL-escaping - and easier to > > type, to use an en

Re: [O] [RFC] Fixing link encoding once and for all

2019-02-24 Thread Neil Jerram
I'm not sure how much freedom you have here, but I think it would be both clearer - by avoiding confusion with URL-escaping - and easier to type, to use an entirely different form of escaping in the Org syntax; probably just this: \[ and \] to include a square bracket in a link \\ to include a

Re: [O] Org without Emacs?

2019-01-28 Thread Neil Jerram
Scott Randby writes: > Greetings, Hi Scott, > Here is an article that might interest some: > https://opensource.com/article/19/1/productivity-tool-org-mode > > I'm not sure if the article is entirely successful. Maybe the tools mentioned > in it can do some of the things Org does, but are

Re: [O] Standard Format for Org Outlines?

2018-11-24 Thread Neil Jerram
On 23 November 2018 23:23:27 GMT, David Masterson wrote: >Probably a dumb question, but is there a standard format for Org >outlines. I'm particularly wondering about the use of blank lines. I >prefer to have blank lines before my headings for readability, but I >think a lot of other people

Re: [O] [RFC] Org Num library

2018-11-20 Thread Neil Jerram
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Since it is very much Org-specific, and a basic feature you could expect > from Org, I'd like to add it in core. So, if there is no strong > objection to it, it can go in Org 9.3. > > I attach the library for further testing, suggestions, remarks… Let me > know what you

Re: [O] bug#33403: [Geiser-users] Data length limit in Guile/Geiser/Scheme evaluation

2018-11-16 Thread Neil Jerram
Neil Jerram writes: > Mark H Weaver writes: > >> This is a documented limitation in Linux's terminal handling when in >> canonical mode. See the termios(3) man page, which includes this text: >> >>Canonical and noncanonical mode >> >>

Re: [O] [Geiser-users] Data length limit in Guile/Geiser/Scheme evaluation

2018-11-15 Thread Neil Jerram
"Jose A. Ortega Ruiz" writes: > I cannot see what it is, but there's something in that expression that > makes scheme readers hang. I just pasted it in a vanilla guile repl > (started with run-scheme, no geiser involved), and it never gets > evaluated. The same thing happens with a MIT scheme

Re: [O] Data length limit in Guile/Geiser/Scheme evaluation

2018-11-15 Thread Neil Jerram
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Hello, > > Neil Jerram writes: > >> If I add one more (duplicate) row to the table, and hit C-c C-c again, >> the evaluation hangs somewhere and Emacs is blocked until I interrupt >> with C-g. > > Interesting. > >> H

Re: [O] Data length limit in Guile/Geiser/Scheme evaluation

2018-11-15 Thread Neil Jerram
+ Version 3.22.21) of 2017-09-22, modified by Debian Neil Jerram writes: > I seem to have hit a limit in how much data can be successfully passed > from Org to Geiser and Guile. The attached file demonstrates this. > > With the file as attached, and hitting C-c C-c on '(length > clas

[O] Data length limit in Guile/Geiser/Scheme evaluation

2018-11-15 Thread Neil Jerram
I seem to have hit a limit in how much data can be successfully passed from Org to Geiser and Guile. The attached file demonstrates this. With the file as attached, and hitting C-c C-c on '(length classification)', I get 139 (which is correct). If I add one more (duplicate) row to the table,

Re: [O] *markup*, /markup/ and _markup_ true semantics [Was: Re: Ox-html: Replace with and with ]

2018-10-28 Thread Neil Jerram
Tim Cross writes: > On reading your response, we are probably not as far apart as I first > thought. However, we have now wondered into discussion which probably > isn't appropriate for this list. It is now in the realms of something > that would probably be better discussed with a good bottle

Re: [O] org-babel-execute:go crashes on Mac

2018-10-25 Thread Neil Jerram
Mario Martelli writes: > Thank you for your answer. > >> If you haven't already, I suggest checking that there isn't a difference in >> your Go setup, by working out the "go run ..." command that is being run >> below, and running that manually yourself. > > My first assumption was - to be

Re: [O] org-babel-execute:go crashes on Mac

2018-10-25 Thread Neil Jerram
If you haven't already, I suggest checking that there isn't a difference in your Go setup, by working out the "go run ..." command that is being run below, and running that manually yourself. On 25 October 2018 05:28:53 BST, Mario Martelli wrote: >Morning, > >recently I tried to use ob-go

Re: [O] slack syntax exporter/copier

2018-10-22 Thread Neil Jerram
Matt Price writes: > A while ago I asked about a slack syntax exporter. I cpy text from org to > slack often enough that I spent an hour or two today writing a simple one, > which I put up in a gist: > https://gist.github.com/titaniumbones/c0c171e4df8a6ff5f0f564b8a655c079 Nice, thank you! >

Re: [O] Emacs mobile org

2018-09-10 Thread Neil Jerram
On 10 September 2018 08:46:41 BST, Alan Schmitt wrote: >On 2018-09-09 21:43, Kaushal Modi writes: > >> On Sun, Sep 9, 2018 at 7:53 PM M. P. >wrote: >> >>> Hello I am running emacs on a mac I have a galaxy s8 android phone. >I am >>> wanting to sync my phone with emacs on my computer. >>>

Re: [O] Multi-step ledger org-capture template

2018-08-28 Thread Neil Jerram
On 27 August 2018 09:05:32 BST, ST wrote: >Thank you for sharing! > >It would be nice to be able to generate a .pdf invoice based on a >predefined template (in .org/.tex/etc formats; maybe utilizing org-mode >exporter) for certain ledger transaction (by default the current one, >highlighted by

Re: [O] Documentation: Babel scheme support and geiser

2018-07-26 Thread Neil Jerram
Jarmo Hurri writes: > Greetings. > > I started doing some Schemeing in org, Welcome to the club! > and bumped into a couple of > documentation issues I wanted to check / report. > > In short, I wonder whether > 1. geiser should be listed as a scheme requirement in worg > 2. ob-scheme.el should

Re: [O] How to move up/down a headline but not the subtree?

2018-07-05 Thread Neil Jerram
alain.coch...@unistra.fr writes: > Neil Jerram writes on Thu 5 Jul 2018 11:46: > > > > What I would like to do is to be able to move a headline with > > > everything up to (but not including) its first subheading. > > > > > > Does anyone know

Re: [O] How to move up/down a headline but not the subtree?

2018-07-05 Thread Neil Jerram
alain.coch...@unistra.fr writes: > Hello. > > I am aware of org-move-subtree-up/down, which moves the entire > subtree. > > I am also aware of org-shiftmetaup/down which moves the line[fn:1] (also > works for a headline). > > What I would like to do is to be able to move a headline with >

Re: [O] TODO do not display in org-agenda mode

2018-06-25 Thread Neil Jerram
Michaël Chlon writes: > Hi, > > I have spacemacs and write some org files. By the way, does anyone else find "spacemacs" bothering? Unlike previous things like MicroEmacs, which have somehow always been clear to me to be very different things from Emacs, I get the impression that "spacemacs"

Re: [O] TODO do not display in org-agenda mode

2018-06-25 Thread Neil Jerram
Michaël Chlon writes: > Hi, > > I have spacemacs and write some org files. > But when I generate an agenda view for week, > for example, TODO task are not displayed !! What kind of agenda view do you mean? With 'C-c a a' (which is what I mostly use), TODO items are only shown by default if

Re: [O] [PATCH] ob-scheme.el: Fix scheme blocks ignoring :results in formatting

2018-06-21 Thread Neil Jerram
Henry Blevins writes: > Currently, scheme babel blocks ignore :results header arguments like > 'verbatim' and attempt to format all output as tables. This patch corrects > that and performs the user supplied formatting. > > This is my first time contributing a patch, so I apologize if I have

Re: [O] Bug: Args out of range error in HTML export [9.1.13 (9.1.13-elpa @ /home/neil/.emacs.d/elpa/org-20180514/)]

2018-06-01 Thread Neil Jerram
FYI I can avoid this error by adding a space before the open and close braces; i.e. this is OK: #+BEGIN_SRC sh { cat < writes: > With this Org source: > > #+BEGIN_SRC sh > { > cat < failsafeInboundHostPorts: > EOF > } > #+END_SRC > > With `C-c C-e h h', to export that as HTML, I get:

[O] Bug: Args out of range error in HTML export [9.1.13 (9.1.13-elpa @ /home/neil/.emacs.d/elpa/org-20180514/)]

2018-06-01 Thread Neil Jerram
With this Org source: #+BEGIN_SRC sh { cat < 0 1) parse-partial-sexp(1 0) syntax-ppss(0) sh--inside-noncommand-expression(0) sh--inside-noncommand-expression(10) sh-font-lock-open-heredoc(10 "EOF" 16) sh-syntax-propertize-function(1 50) syntax-propertize(50)

Re: [O] [RFC] Dog food, anyone?

2018-05-10 Thread Neil Jerram
In my $dayjob we're now calling that "drinking our own champagne", which IMO is rather nicer than eating our own dog food :-) Best wishes - Neil On 9 May 2018 19:11:21 BST, Jon Snader wrote: >This is excellent. I love that, as Nicolas says, we're eating our >own >dog food.

Re: [O] [POLL] Should Org tempo be enabled by default? (expand templates thru e.g. "<s[TAB]")

2018-05-04 Thread Neil Jerram
William Denton writes: > On 3 May 2018, Carsten Dominik wrote: > >> after initial doubt about this issue, I am now siding with Nicolas on this >> one. I have started to use C-c C-, , and it works very well. In >> particular, as Bernt says, the wrapping makes a very big

Re: [O] Bug: Modifying org-latex-pdf-process doesn't modify the async export behaviour

2018-04-07 Thread Neil Jerram
Leo Vivier writes: > Hello, > > Thank you for pointing me in the right direction. I've created another > init file just for async-export, and not only have I got it to work, but > it's also quite a lot faster than it used to be. > > All that remains now is to find a way

Re: [O] Adding an item to the agenda from the agenda view

2018-03-05 Thread Neil Jerram
Eric, IIUC, that would add an entry to the 'diary' file. I thought perhaps that Shérab meant something different, namely to capture a new TODO item that was scheduled for that date. In any case, I think that latter thing is also an interesting thing to do. Is there an easy way to do that?

Re: [O] Orgmode in Madrid

2018-03-02 Thread Neil Jerram
I won't be in Madrid, but would still be interested to hear (especially) Bastien's remarks about the French government's use of free software. Could you let us know if slides and/or a recording are posted? Thanks - Neil On 1 March 2018 11:49:47 GMT+00:00, David Arroyo Menendez

Re: [O] Scheme code evaluation in fresh Emacs

2017-12-19 Thread Neil Jerram
On 19/12/17 19:30, Nicolas Goaziou wrote: Hello, Neil Jerram <n...@ossau.homelinux.net> writes: When I try to evaluate Scheme code in an Emacs where I haven't yet done any Geiser/Scheme work, I get an error about geiser-default-implementation being undefined.  The attached patch

[O] Scheme code evaluation in fresh Emacs

2017-12-19 Thread Neil Jerram
rom adceb034b886d1c3624b31f83f8826869cd1b92c Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Neil Jerram <n...@tigera.io> Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2017 18:15:00 + Subject: [PATCH] Fix Scheme evaluation in fresh Emacs * lisp/ob-scheme.el: Require geiser-impl so that geiser-default-implementation is defined. Otherwis

Re: [O] use a src block's result as input of another src block report error: the input device is not a TTY

2017-12-19 Thread Neil Jerram
Remove the -it options, which I believe you don't need for executing a simple command like pwd. (-it is what you use to execute a shell or other interactive command in a container, and requires there to be a tty.) Best wishes - Neil On 19 December 2017 12:59:19 GMT+00:00,

Re: [O] Emacs sagmentation fault error on a big org-mode file movement

2017-12-16 Thread Neil Jerram
I would suggest (but without detailed knowledge of current emacs practice): 1. Report your exact emacs version. 2. Install a corresponding debug symbols package, if your distro provides that.  That should add a lot more interesting detail to the backtrace. 3. To go further, repro under GDB,

Re: [O] Status of org-babel lua / ob-lua.el

2017-11-24 Thread Neil Jerram
I'm completely guessing - but does it help to add :results output ? On 24 November 2017 10:06:12 GMT+00:00, Jakob Simeth wrote: >Hi, > >I seem to have problems with lua source blocks (others are working >fine): When evaluating a simple block like > >#+BEGIN_SRC lua

Re: [O] Ediff org files starts folded

2017-10-25 Thread Neil Jerram
org-startup-folded nil On 25/10/17 15:55, Tory S. Anderson wrote: I've wondered the same thing. Normally I just manually and open all bullets before ediffing, but this assumes, of course, that the file is already open. Alex Branham writes: Hello - Whenever I

Re: [O] *Good* client for Android?

2017-10-13 Thread Neil Jerram
Hi John,There is a great discussion about adding git synchronization to Orgzly, in progress here: https://github.com/orgzly/orgzly-android/issues/24I am enjoying the Orgzly UI on my phone, and I have similar org-mode usage to you, in that l also already use a git repo to synchronize changes that l

Re: [O] orgmode for many continuous tasks?

2017-09-25 Thread Neil Jerram
Hi Peter... On 25/09/17 12:58, Peter Neilson wrote: Hmmm. I have similar problems, but on a somewhat more difficult level. A lot of my tasks are farm-related and are thus self-driven rather than org-mode-driven. For instance, two barn roofs need repair, and seeing them listed as TODO in an

Re: [O] Scheme output results

2017-09-07 Thread Neil Jerram
Hi Nicolas, On 05/09/17 22:49, Nicolas Goaziou wrote: Hello, Neil Jerram <n...@ossau.homelinux.net> writes: Hi Bastien & Nicolas, I've been told by "Theodore Teah via RT <copyright-cl...@fsf.org>" that my copyright assignment is in place now. Great! I tried to

Re: [O] Scheme output results

2017-09-05 Thread Neil Jerram
Hi Bastien & Nicolas, I've been told by "Theodore Teah via RT <copyright-cl...@fsf.org>" that my copyright assignment is in place now. Regards - Neil On 31/08/17 13:21, Neil Jerram wrote: Hi Bastien, Thanks for checking this. I've written to ass...@gnu.org to k

Re: [O] Scheme output results

2017-08-31 Thread Neil Jerram
Hi Bastien, Thanks for checking this. I've written to ass...@gnu.org to kick off sorting out the additional assignment. Regards - Neil   Original Message   From: Bastien Guerry Sent: Sunday, 27 August 2017 13:07 To: Nicolas Goaziou Cc: Neil Jerram; emacs-orgmode@gnu.org Subject: Re: [O

Re: [O] Scheme output results

2017-08-20 Thread Neil Jerram
On 23/07/17 09:52, Nicolas Goaziou wrote: Hello, Neil Jerram <n...@ossau.homelinux.net> writes: I don't think that Scheme output results are correctly handled. Please consider: #+BEGIN_SRC scheme :results output (display "a") (newline) (display "b") (newline) (disp

Re: [O] [RFC] Remove Org Struct mode

2017-08-20 Thread Neil Jerram
I have been using org-mode for a few years now, but have never yet noticed org-struct mode. So removing org-struct would be no loss for me (and possibly a gain, if it eased ongoing org-mode maintenance and development). OTOH I certainly do use and appreciate orgtbl minor mode, and it would

[O] [PATCH] typo fix

2017-08-20 Thread Neil Jerram
A simple typo fix in README_contribute... Regards - Neil >From 16380217d8d7d19329a0e5cfbc0956a9c1789342 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Neil Jerram <n...@tigera.io> Date: Sun, 20 Aug 2017 13:26:19 +0100 Subject: [PATCH] Fix typo in README_contribute * README_contribute: Fix typo T

Re: [O] babel, matlab export plot to png fails

2017-08-15 Thread Neil Jerram
On 13/08/17 10:33, Uwe Brauer wrote: Hi I would like to execute some matlab code in org file (using GNU emacs 26 and the git version of org mode) and save the result of the plot command in a png file, so I tried #+begin_src matlab :session :exports both :file testplot.png t=[0:0.1:1];

Re: [O] Escaping links

2017-08-14 Thread Neil Jerram
Except if your original string was "%org-9.0"... For this kind of approach to work, you generally need to prefix everything; specifically included the cases that are _not_ encoded. Regards - Neil On 12/08/17 16:01, John Kitchin wrote: I was thinking of something like how all PDF files

[O] Scheme output results

2017-07-18 Thread Neil Jerram
I don't think that Scheme output results are correctly handled. Please consider: #+BEGIN_SRC scheme :results output (display "a") (newline) (display "b") (newline) (display "c") (newline) '(a b c) #+END_SRC #+RESULTS: : "a\nb\nc\n" As compared with the Elisp equivalent: #+BEGIN_SRC elisp

Re: [O] Upstream synchronization documentation

2017-07-03 Thread Neil Jerram
No problem to stick with 'backport' if that is the conventional term here. Thanks for considering and explaining the point.       Neil    Original Message   From: Rasmus Pank Roulund Sent: Monday, 3 July 2017 18:22 To: k...@kyleam.com Cc: n...@ossau.homelinux.net; emacs-orgmode@gnu.org

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