This: https://github.com/mbork/org-one-to-many may be a starting point.
It is a small library which splits an org file into many smaller ones.
(Bug reports/feature requests welcome, btw.) The main function returns
the list of generated files, so you could #'mapc some export function
PS What is the meaning of (=F) that appears at the end of the
I believe this means org has chosen the future option of an ambiguous
input. e.g., it is December 10th. I use C-c . to create a timestamp and
simply put in 9. The closest date that matches is December 9th, but
there is a
Not a great title, but I'm not sure how to explain what I want
I'm trying to write a resume, and I'd like to be able to export
different versions of it for different things. For instance, I don't
necessarily want to include my hourly job experience when applying for a
org-export-latex-image-default-option is just what I'm looking for, I
think. I figured making all the images smaller would do it, I just
didn't know if there was a way to do that without putting a #+ATTR_LATEX
on every image or something. Thanks!
Just a quick question for someone new to and quickly becoming enamored
I'm encountering a problem with my floats. Namely, I have a section with
not much text and several floats, it's probably about a page worth of
actual text and 7-10 gnuplot-generated graph images. I have
All I've got now are a function that finds the logbook, and another that
parses the log items and normalizes them: extracts the TODO
states/timestamps/key-values and sets them as properties on the items
themselves. Then you've got a pretty good basis from which to do
As Bastien said, this doesn't really fit the idea of a habit, but I
think there is a reasonable non-elisp way of tweaking it to fit. Maybe
it would help.
What if you had something like this:
* Read book
- Note taken on [2014-10-20 Mon 10:33] \\
- Note taken on
it seems to me that it's more 'depend' in the sense of 'this task has
to be done for this other task to be doable'.
IIRC, the TRIGGER property in org-depend.el allows you to change the
state of another tree when the current one is marked done. I imagine you
could use it to have a clone task in
I've looked at the solution on worg and, though I didn't actually try to
implement, it seems like tangling your init file every time you open
Emacs is a little cumbersome. Please correct me if I'm wrong in this
assumption. I also have a sync script hooked into my tangling that has
to do with
I know there is a way to display parent headlines using the agenda
Is there a simple way to do this conditionally for certain subtrees?
Here's my use case. I have an org file machines.org for keeping track of
what I do to various machines I work on/administer (though I use that
The problem is that all the birthdays and repetitive tasks are cluttering my
view in agenda TODO items (C-c a t).
Is it possible to make these items show up only in the agenda view (C-c a a)
and not in the TODO items list (C-c a t)
You could try define a custom agenda command to show all
I have trees in several agenda files with Effort properties and I'm
trying to make an agenda view that shows all trees with this property
I know I can do 'M-x org-agenda m' to do a property search but this only
seems to work searching for properties with a specific value. I'd like
For instance, New Year's Day is always on January 1st, but something
like the start of Daylight Saving Time is always around the same time
but on the closest Sunday.
Is there a ready-made solution for working this sort of thing into the
agenda? So far I just have holidays in my agenda that have
Per section 8.4.2 of the manual, I'm trying to add a :properties column
to the clocktable. Here are my block settings:
#+BEGIN: clocktable :maxlevel 2 :scope agenda :block thisweek :properties
Now, my goal is to add a work commitment in hours per week to some of
Cecil Westerhof cldwester...@gmail.com writes:
As far as I know, you can do exactly this (the subtracting clock time
from one tree and adding it to another) but it's triggered on idle time,
so if you're working on something else in emacs it won't ask you to
resolve your idle clock time.
Cecil Westerhof cldwester...@gmail.com writes:
I am still working, so it will not work I am afraid.
Hopefully some org-mode guru can come along and explain how to trigger
the functionality arbitrarily or by some other means, since the manual
says what you're looking for is definitely doable.
Susan Cragin susancra...@earthlink.net writes:
Normally outlines are supposed to start up in hidestars view, which shows one
star per level, indented, thusly:
* First Level
But after compiling both emacs and org-mode from git this morning, and
Sam Flint swfl...@flintfam.org writes:
I use org-babel to LP, and when I go to tangle, I get very little
output, a shebang line and that is about it, I have noweb set to tangle,
yet my references do not resolve. Any ideas why?
Without seeing your specific setup, I can't say for sure, but I
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