Re: [O] Structuring and (cross)linking information in org-mode

2015-07-03 Thread Pascal Fleury
I think properties can be used for this. I personally like the org-secretary module, described nicely here by the author: Also, personalized agendas for your entire set of org-files

Re: [O] [PATCH] ob-shell

2015-01-21 Thread Pascal Fleury
Hello, Here is a patch that will figure out the version of bash in a less fork-y way. It keeps the result in a variable after having gotten it the first time by indeed forking to bash. --Pascal On Fri, Aug 22, 2014 at 8:16 PM, Achim Gratz wrote: Pascal Fleury writes

Re: [O] Transforming org-mode project in Gantt graphes

2015-01-05 Thread Pascal Fleury
Happy New Year!!! Just curious: did you see this ? I must say I like your output better, rather than opening another tool. But maybe there is a way to at least use the same properties to make it useful to more users ? --paf On Fri, Jan

Re: [O] Efficiency of Org v. LaTeX v. Word

2014-12-28 Thread Pascal Fleury
On Sat, Dec 27, 2014 at 12:36 PM, Fabrice Popineau wrote: I agree that this study is certainly not large enough to draw strong conclusions, but it raises a couple of questions and some points may require attention. I have spent many years in the TeX world. I see

Re: [O] [PATCH] ob-shell

2014-08-22 Thread Pascal Fleury
, it will work as intended, but return a different value set. Is there a way to have platform-dependent tests ? --Pascal On Wed, Aug 13, 2014 at 3:29 PM, Alan Schmitt wrote: On 2014-08-13 15:20, Pascal Fleury writes: Yes, sorry for late reaction

Re: [O] [PATCH] ob-shell

2014-08-13 Thread Pascal Fleury
Yes, sorry for late reaction (it's holiday season here :-). This is an issue I introduced with the assoc. arrays, which does not verify if the installed version of bash handles them (from bash4 on). It needs a modification in the setup code that checks the version and only issues assoc. array

Re: [O] [PATCH] ob-shell

2014-06-23 Thread Pascal Fleury
Hi Achim, I was wondering how it would behave if the string that is put into a variable contains newlines, backslashes and other things that bash (and other shells) treats specially. The trick with cat and BABEL_TABLE is resistant to this. As in many cases (when I use it at least) the variable

Re: [O] Export arrays for 'sh' code blocks when using bash

2014-04-06 Thread Pascal Fleury
attribution works we should be good to go. Thanks! Pascal Fleury writes: Hi Eric, see comments inline. On Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 6:43 PM, Eric Schulte wrote: Hi Pascal, This looks like a good patch. If I could make three changes/requests

[O] #+CALL cross-file with reference arguments

2014-03-24 Thread Pascal Fleury
Hi! I am trying to do a call across files with arguments that are references: === #+NAME: setup #+HEADER: :var model= #+BEGIN_SRC sh some bash code that works locally #+END_SRC === #+NAME: experiment | experiment_name | svm_classifier | |