Re: Bug: no math-mode detection for align-environment [9.3.7 (9.3.7-13-ge62ca4-elpaplus @ /home/stefi/.emacs.d/elpa/org-plus-contrib-20200713/)]

2020-08-05 Thread Rafael
Kyle Meyer  writes:

> Stefi writes:
>
>> I recently updated my emacs packages and noticed that \begin{align*}
>> does not trigger math-mode detection any more, so org-cdlatex does not
>> work. However, begin{equation} still does trigger the math-mode
>> detection. I have read the documentation of
>> "org-inside-LaTeX-fragment-p" and found something about matchers, but
>> nothing about equation or align environment and why it might be treated
>> differently for math-mode detection.
>
> The default value for :matches is ("begin" "$1" "$" "$$" "\\(" "\\[").
> It looks like the value hasn't been touched in a long time, and that
> AFAICT the "begin" should cover "align" just as it covers "equation".
> And I'm not spotting any recent changes on Org's end that should affect
> this.
>
>> My test-file.org:
>> 8<-8<-8<-8<-
>>
>> * blabla
>>  \begin{equation}
>> \label{eq:1} \frac{}{}
>> test_{cds} \frac{}{}
>> \end{equation}
>>
>> \begin{align}
>> \label{eq:2}
>> test$_d$ fr
>> \end{align}
>>
>> $\frac{}{} fds_{fdsf} \frac{}{}$
>>
>> \begin{align*}
>> fr
>> \end{align*}
>>
>>
>> 8<-8<-8<-8<-
>>
>> - detection works for: \begin{equation}, $$, \[\] (not in testfile)
>> - detection does not work for: \begin{align}, begin{align*}; subscript _
>>   does insert extra $_{}$, which it should not in math mode, and fr does
>>   not get expanded to \frac{}{}
>>
>> Emacs  : GNU Emacs 26.3 (build 1, x86_64-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 3.24.20)
>>  of 2020-05-19
>> Package: Org mode version 9.3.7 (9.3.7-13-ge62ca4-elpaplus @
>> /home/stefi/.emacs.d/elpa/org-plus-contrib-20200713/)
>
> On master, maint, and the commit matching your reported version
> (e62ca4), I tried org-inside-LaTeX-fragment-p within each block of your
> test file, and it returns non-nil, including in the align and align*
> blocks.  So I dunno...
>
> Could some org-cdlatex users out there give the test file a try?

I can confirm that with
Org mode version 9.3.7 (9.3.7-16-g521d7f-elpaplus @
/home/rafael/Documents/new-emacs.d/elpa/org-plus-contrib-20200803/)
and
GNU Emacs 26.3 (build 2, x86_64-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 3.18.9) of
2019-12-23
and using org-cdlatex, fr does not expand inside align but it does
inside equation, just as Stefi says.



CUSTOM_id ignored on blocks by ox-beamer

2020-05-23 Thread Rafael


Consider the following example:

#+begin_src org
,#+title: Test

,#+options: H:2

,* Section
  :PROPERTIES:
  :CUSTOM_ID: section
  :END:

,** Frame
   :PROPERTIES:
   :CUSTOM_ID: frame
   :END:

,*** Block
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: block
:END:
#+end_src

If I export this to Beamer, then both section and frame get appropiate
labels, (either with org-latex-prefer-user-labels set to t or nil), but
the custom_id for block is completely ignored. I want to use theorems as
blocks in frames, so it would be very useful to me if the custom_id in
the block is exported as \label{block}. Is there a way to have this by
setting a variable, or something?

It works if I include #+beamer: \label{block} below the properties
drawer, but I would prefer not to duplicate the label, of course.

Best regards,
Rafael



Setting org-export-headline-levels depending on export backend

2020-05-13 Thread Rafael


I would like to have an org document export nicely (including some
subtleties like theorems) to a latex document and to a beamer
presentation. I have been mostly successful using filters, but it would
help me a lot if there was some way to declare to use the #+option H:2
when exporting to beamer, and H:3 when exporting to latex. Thoughts?




[O] Pushing commits to the Work Git repository

2019-02-06 Thread Rafael Laboissière

Hi,

Is there any policy for pushing commits to the Worg Git repository?  I 
fixed the GitHub paths in file org-outside-org.org, as per the patch 
attached to this message and would like to contribute it.


Best,

Rafael
>From 1458b431c347fdf53ce84eecc2e2503385e93984 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Rafael Laboissiere 
Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2019 16:33:36 +0100
Subject: [PATCH] Transfer maintainership of outshine, outorg, and navi-mode

---
 org-tutorials/org-outside-org.org | 16 
 1 file changed, 8 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)

diff --git a/org-tutorials/org-outside-org.org b/org-tutorials/org-outside-org.org
index 8fe2ae92..b8bc5606 100644
--- a/org-tutorials/org-outside-org.org
+++ b/org-tutorials/org-outside-org.org
@@ -134,8 +134,8 @@ To sum it up in one sentence:
 Download =outshine.el= (or clone the github-repo) and copy it to a location
 where Emacs can find it:
 
-| https://github.com/tj64/outshine   |
-| git clone g...@github.com:tj64/outshine.git |
+| https://github.com/alphapapa/outshine   |
+| git clone g...@github.com:alphapapa/outshine.git |
 
 Use this in your '.emacs' to get started:
 
@@ -323,8 +323,8 @@ works too).
 
 You can download the file (or clone the github-repo) here:
 
-| https://github.com/tj64/outorg   |
-| git clone g...@github.com:tj64/outorg.git |
+| https://github.com/alphapapa/outorg   |
+| git clone g...@github.com:alphapapa/outorg.git |
 
 /outorg/ requires Org-mode too, thus should be loaded after Org-mode. Insert
 
@@ -597,10 +597,10 @@ offering a vast amount of possible 'views' at the original-buffer.
 
 Download (or clone the github-repos of) the three required libraries
 
-| `navi-mode.el' | https://github.com/tj64/navi   |
-|| git clone g...@github.com:tj64/navi.git |
-| `outshine.el'  | https://github.com/tj64/outshine   |
-| `outorg.el'| https://github.com/tj64/outorg |
+| `navi-mode.el' | https://github.com/alphapapa/navi   |
+|| git clone g...@github.com:alphapapa/navi.git |
+| `outshine.el'  | https://github.com/alphapapa/outshine   |
+| `outorg.el'| https://github.com/alphapapa/outorg |
 
 and put them in a place where Emacs can find them (on the Emacs 'load-path').
 Follow the installation instructions in =outshine.el= and =outorg.el=.
-- 
2.19.2



Re: [O] [PATCH] test-org/fuzzy-links

2017-04-15 Thread Rafael Laboissière

* Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> [2017-04-15 16:53]:


Rafael Laboissière <raf...@laboissiere.net> writes:

Function org-backward-heading-same-level fails in a specific case. 
Suppose the following org-mode file:


== 
* first 
* second 
* third 
==


where '* first' is right at the beginning of the file.

When the cursor is at line '* third' and 
org-backward-heading-same-level is called, we go to the previous line 
correctly.  However when the cursor is at '* second', 
org-backward-heading-same-level does bring us to the first line but 
emits an error "Beginning of buffer".  It seems that the patch 
attached to this message fixes the problem.


Thank you. I eventually applied a slightly different patch, and added 
some tests.


Thanks.

Best,

Rafael



[O] [PATCH] test-org/fuzzy-links

2017-04-12 Thread Rafael Laboissière
Function org-backward-heading-same-level fails in a specific case. 
Suppose the following org-mode file:


==
* first
* second
* third
==

where '* first' is right at the beginning of the file.

When the cursor is at line '* third' and org-backward-heading-same-level 
is called, we go to the previous line correctly.  However when the cursor 
is at '* second', org-backward-heading-same-level does bring us to the 
first line but emits an error "Beginning of buffer".  It seems that the 
patch attached to this message fixes the problem.


Best,

Rafael
>From ff792a00e28b7b0ca4fde98f72611ef8079daf04 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Rafael Laboissiere <raf...@laboissiere.net>
Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2017 22:18:54 +0200
Subject: [PATCH] Do not fail when heading is at the beginning of the buffer

* org.el (org-forward-heading-same-level): Do not move backward when
at the beginning of the buffer
---
 lisp/org.el | 3 ++-
 1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/lisp/org.el b/lisp/org.el
index 17caa3fa6..b46369ad5 100644
--- a/lisp/org.el
+++ b/lisp/org.el
@@ -24071,7 +24071,8 @@ non-nil it will also look at invisible ones."
   (count (if arg (abs arg) 1))
   (result (point)))
   (while (and (prog1 (> count 0)
-		(forward-char (if (and arg (< arg 0)) -1 1)))
+		(forward-char (if (and arg (< arg 0))
+  (if (= (point) 1) 0 -1) 1)))
   (funcall f org-outline-regexp-bol nil 'move))
 (let ((l (- (match-end 0) (match-beginning 0) 1)))
   (cond ((< l level) (setq count 0))
-- 
2.11.0



[O] allowframebreaks in beamer export

2017-02-10 Thread Rafael

I would like to export to beamer, in such a way that all frames have
the 'allowframebreaks' option. I thought the following would work, but
when I export, the frames in the .tex file have no
allowframebreaks. Maybe I am misunderstanding the way that properties
are inherited, so my question is: is there a way to have all frames
with allowframebreaks option, without having to declare explicitly the
'BEAMER_OPT' property in all frame subheadings?

#+BEGIN_SRC org
,#+title: Presentation
,#+latex_header: \usepackage{lipsum}
,#+options: H:2

,* A part
  :PROPERTIES:
  :BEAMER_OPT: allowframebreaks=0.8
  :END:

,** First
   \lipsum[1-2]
  
,** Second
   \lipsum[3-4]

,* COMMENT Local Variables

# Local Variables:
# org-use-property-inheritance: t
# End:
#+END_SRC

(BTW, I know and understand when the beamer manual says that the
'allowframebreaks' option is evil, but in this case I want to produce
reading notes only for my use, and I find that beamer export is rather
convenient.) 



Re: [O] OT: two interesting articles about (non-)reproducible research

2016-04-11 Thread Rafael Laboissière

* Nick Dokos <ndo...@gmail.com> [2016-04-08 14:54]:

[off-topic: not even a gratuitous org reference. My only excuse is the 
general interest of list members on reproducible research (org-babel! 
OK, that's the requisite gratuitous reference: I feel better now :-) )]


538.com has published a couple of interesting articles on some poli-sci 
research:


 
http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/how-two-grad-students-uncovered-michael-lacour-fraud-and-a-way-to-change-opinions-on-transgender-rights/#ss-1

and

 
http://fivethirtyeight.com/datalab/as-a-major-retraction-shows-were-all-vulnerable-to-faked-data/

N.B. the reference to the "open data" policies of AJPS - that seems to 
be clearly the future direction of research (and, imo, it's about time).


Ironically, the results "found" in the retreated paper by LaCour & Green 
(2014) have been recently replicated by Broockman & Kalla (2016):


http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2016/04/talking-people-about-gay-and-transgender-issues-can-change-their-prejudices

Rafael



Re: [O] [PATCH] call_*() is not working inside #+DATE

2016-03-15 Thread Rafael Laboissiere

* Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> [2016-03-15 19:50]:

The problem is that the documentation patch is (partly) wrong. From 
maint, you can try calling `org-babel-execute-buffer' in the following 
document


 #+DATE: src_emacs-lisp{(+ 1 1)}

It is possible to evaluate code snippets in keywords.


It is strange, the inline source code block above is not evaluated for me 
from maint [commit 3e79c60] when calling `org-babel-execute-buffer'.


Rafael



Re: [O] [PATCH] call_*() is not working inside #+DATE

2016-03-15 Thread Rafael Laboissiere

* Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> [2016-03-14 20:41]:


Rafael Laboissiere <raf...@laboissiere.net> writes:


* Rafael Laboissiere <raf...@laboissiere.net> [2016-03-12 08:57]:


[snip]


I went ahead and committed the patch.


I think this is a bit premature, as we're still discussing how to fix 
this issue, so this documentation patch is likely to be removed soon.


Hopefully, a solution will be found soon and the documentation will be 
adjusted accordingly.  Notice that, in section "Evaluating code blocks", 
it is written "It is also possible to evaluate named code blocks from 
anywhere […]".


Moreover, I don't think the problem doesn't appear on maint branch, 
where you applied your patch. So, at the very least, it should be 
removed from there.


The problem affects both master and maint, currently.

Rafael Laboissière



Re: [O] [PATCH] call_*() is not working inside #+DATE

2016-03-14 Thread Rafael Laboissiere

* Rafael Laboissiere <raf...@laboissiere.net> [2016-03-12 08:57]:


[snip]

I investigated this issue further and discovered that the constructs 
call_(args) and src_{code} are not evaluated at all when 
they appear in a keyword line (starting with "#+:"). 
Org-babel behaves in this way probably on purpose.  At any rate, it 
would be better if the current behavior is documented somewhere.  This 
may be accomplished with the patch attached below.


I went ahead and committed the patch.

Rafael Laboissière



Re: [O] [PATCH] call_*() is not working inside #+DATE

2016-03-13 Thread Rafael Laboissiere

* Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> [2016-03-13 18:24]:


Rafael Laboissiere <raf...@laboissiere.net> writes:


It would be much better if the following construct worked:

#+DATE: src_sh{git show -s --date=short --format="%cd [%h]" HEAD}

Unfortunately, it does not.  This behavior (or misbehavior, I do not 
know) can be traced down to the org-element-context function.


[snip]


Values from keyword are not parsed. Org used to make an exception for an 
arbitrary bunch of them (e.g., DATE, TITLE, etc.). Now it is up to the 
export back-ends to decide what keyword is going to be parsed.


I can think of two ways to solve this:

 1. Only evaluate the Babel code during export. Upon exporting the
document, parsed keywords are known, so
`org-babel-exp-process-buffer' may try to find "hidden" Babel code
and execute it.

This would however introduce a discrepancy between
org-babel-execute-buffer and the behaviour upon exporting.

 2. Sort parsed keywords from regular ones at the syntax level, much
like we did for export blocks recently. I.e., every keyword is
parsed expect those marked as verbatim. I don't have an idea bout
the involved syntax.

This would probably induce some backward incompatibility.

WDYT?


Thanks for your proposal.

I would vote for solution #1.  The discrepancy between 
org-babel-execute-buffer and the behaviour upon exporting that you 
mention would not bother me.


Whatever solution is adopted (or if the current behavior is kept), the 
info documentation must be updated.  Do you agree with the patch that I 
proposed earlier in this thread?


Best,

Rafael



Re: [O] commit 7b9f2fba66

2016-03-12 Thread Rafael Laboissiere

* Achim Gratz <strom...@nexgo.de> [2016-01-26 18:11]:

Getting the copyright assigned would be good since if you've had some 
previous changes (not the two commits you did yourself), then quite 
likely you've already exhausted your TINYCHANGE budget.


The papers have been signed with the Free Software Foundation.  I went 
ahead and changed the org-contribute.org file in Worg to reflect the new 
situation [commit 697ec6c].  Please, tell me whether I should send the 
PDF file with the signed form to someone.


Best,

Rafael Laboissière



Re: [O] [PATCH] call_*() is not working inside #+DATE

2016-03-12 Thread Rafael Laboissiere

* Eric S Fraga <e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk> [2016-03-12 08:51]:


On Saturday, 12 Mar 2016 at 08:57, Rafael Laboissiere wrote:

P.S.: For those who are reading this message and are interested in a
solution for my original problem, here is the way I am getting around it
right now.


Thanks for this alternate solution.


You are welcome.

It would be much better if the following construct worked:

   #+DATE: src_sh{git show -s --date=short --format="%cd [%h]" HEAD}

Unfortunately, it does not.  This behavior (or misbehavior, I do not 
know) can be traced down to the org-element-context function.  Suppose 
that you have the following content in a org-mode buffer:


   #+DATE: src_sh{date}
   src_sh{date}

With the cursor just after the underscore in the #+DATE line, 
org-element-context returns:


   (keyword
(:key "DATE" :value "src_sh{date}" :begin 1 :end 22 :post-blank 0 
:post-affiliated 1 :parent nil))

On the other hand, with the cursor just after the underscore in the next 
line, org-element-context returns (as it should be):


   (inline-src-block
(:language "sh" :value "date" :parameters nil :begin 22 :end  34 
:post-blank 0
  :parent (paragraph (:begin 22 :end 35 :contents-begin 22 :contents-end 35 
:post-blank 0
  :post-affiliated 22 :parent nil

This is the reason why Org-babel does not evaluate the inline source 
block in the #+DATE line.


Best,

Rafael Laboissière



Re: [O] [PATCH] call_*() is not working inside #+DATE

2016-03-11 Thread Rafael Laboissiere

* Rafael Laboissiere <raf...@laboissiere.net> [2016-03-07 02:58]:


The following used to work for me in the past:

  #+NAME: date
  #+BEGIN_SRC sh :results silent :exports results :tangle no
  date
  #+END_SRC
  #+TITLE: Sample
  #+AUTHOR: Me
  #+DATE: call_date()

and I saw the output of the shell command "date" when exporting the 
file to LaTeX.  However does not work for the current HEAD of the Git 
repository.


Using git-bisect, I discovered that the culprit is commit 85ff663, 
i.e. my code above works for commit 85ff663^ but fails for commit 
85ff663.


Commit 85ff663 was a pretty large commit and, besides that, the new 
code introduced by it was posteriorly changed, so it is hard to find 
where the bug comes from.  Could someone more acquainted with the code 
try to look at this bug, please?


I investigated this issue further and discovered that the constructs 
call_(args) and src_{code} are not evaluated at all when they 
appear in a keyword line (starting with "#+:").  Org-babel 
behaves in this way probably on purpose.  At any rate, it would be better 
if the current behavior is documented somewhere.  This may be 
accomplished with the patch attached below.


Best,

Rafael Laboissière

P.S.: For those who are reading this message and are interested in a 
solution for my original problem, here is the way I am getting around it 
right now.  When exporting to LaTeX, I wanted to have, as the contents of 
the \date{} macro, the date and the hash of the last Git commit of the 
current checkout HEAD, to which my Org document belongs.  Here is how I 
am doing it now:


   #+TITLE: Sample
   #+AUTHOR: Me
   #+BEGIN_SRC sh :results silent :exports results :tangle no
   git show -s --date=short --format="%cd [%h]" HEAD > GitDateCommit.tex
   #+END_SRC
   #+DATE: \input{GitDateCommit}
>From fa47439f9897c4bab436ecf4c9f08fa686ff0231 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Rafael Laboissiere <raf...@laboissiere.net>
Date: Fri, 11 Mar 2016 23:04:00 +0100
Subject: [PATCH] Document lack of evaluation of inline code blocks in keyword
 lines

doc/org.texi (Evaluating code blocks): Add footnote explaining that
inline code blocks are not evaluated inside keyword lines.
---
 doc/org.texi | 17 ++---
 1 file changed, 10 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-)

diff --git a/doc/org.texi b/doc/org.texi
index e423df7..ce478f5 100644
--- a/doc/org.texi
+++ b/doc/org.texi
@@ -15030,13 +15030,16 @@ evaluation from the @kbd{C-c C-c} key binding.}.  This will call the
 its results into the Org mode buffer.
 
 @cindex #+CALL
-It is also possible to evaluate named code blocks from anywhere in an Org
-mode buffer or an Org mode table.  These named code blocks can be located in
-the current Org mode buffer or in the ``Library of Babel'' (@pxref{Library of
-Babel}).  Named code blocks can be evaluated with a separate @code{#+CALL:}
-line or inline within a block of text.  In both cases the result is wrapped
-according to the value of @code{org-babel-inline-result-wrap}, which by
-default is @code{"=%s="} for markup that produces verbatim text.
+It is also possible to evaluate named code blocks from
+anywhere@footnote{Actually, the constructs call_() and src_@{@}
+are not evaluated when they appear in a keyword line (i.e. lines starting
+with @code{#+KEYWORD:}, @pxref{In-buffer settings}).}  in an Org mode buffer
+or an Org mode table.  These named code blocks can be located in the current
+Org mode buffer or in the ``Library of Babel'' (@pxref{Library of Babel}).
+Named code blocks can be evaluated with a separate @code{#+CALL:} line or
+inline within a block of text.  In both cases the result is wrapped according
+to the value of @code{org-babel-inline-result-wrap}, which by default is
+@code{"=%s="} for markup that produces verbatim text.
 
 The syntax of the @code{#+CALL:} line is
 
-- 
2.7.0



[O] call_*() is not working inside #+DATE

2016-03-06 Thread Rafael Laboissiere

The following used to work for me in the past:

   #+NAME: date
   #+BEGIN_SRC sh :results silent :exports results :tangle no
   date
   #+END_SRC
   #+TITLE: Sample
   #+AUTHOR: Me
   #+DATE: call_date()

and I saw the output of the shell command "date" when exporting the file 
to LaTeX.  However does not work for the current HEAD of the Git 
repository.


Using git-bisect, I discovered that the culprit is commit 85ff663, i.e. 
my code above works for commit 85ff663^ but fails for commit 85ff663.


Commit 85ff663 was a pretty large commit and, besides that, the new code 
introduced by it was posteriorly changed, so it is hard to find where the 
bug comes from.  Could someone more acquainted with the code try to look 
at this bug, please?


Thanks,

Rafael Laboissière



[O] Orgtbl: edit table like code, in a separate buffer?

2016-03-04 Thread Rafael Ramirez Morales
Hello group.

I was wondering if it was technically possible to invoke a separate buffer
to edit a table in org mode.

My working scenario is a table with several columns with limited width so
as to edit a buffer with org-startup-indented on. I would like to achieve
something like what is done with source blocks: upon invoking a command,
the table would open in a separate buffer, with indent (i.e. visual
line-wrapping) option off and that ignores column width limits.

Is there any way to achieve this?

Is there another way to go about this problem?

Thanks.


Re: [O] commit 7b9f2fba66 (was: commit 860bcfbf93)

2016-01-25 Thread Rafael Laboissiere

* Achim Gratz <strom...@nexgo.de> [2016-01-25 19:34]:


Achim Gratz writes:

This commit is marked as TINYCHANGE, but committed by the author 
himself.  How and why did someone not having assigned copyright to the 
FSF get push access to the Orgmode repository?


The same thing again, with no previous communication on the mailing 
list and again on maint without a clear indication of whether that's 
changing functionality.


Again, who gave this person the commit bit?


I am the author of the commits and I sincerely apologize for breaking the 
usual rules of development of Org-mode.


I contributed in the past to both Worg and Org-mode itself.  I do not 
remember who gave me push access to the Git repositories, it was some 
years ago.  I have forgotten that all my contributions and patches to 
Org-mode where integrated by others into Git.  This time, when I fixed 
the bugs in my commits 860bcfb and 7b9f2fb, I thought that I have pushed 
changes in the past myself.  Sorry for the confusion.


As a matter of fact, none of those two commits introduced changes in 
functionality.


Nicolas Goaziou contacted me privately and suggested to get the copyright 
assignment from FSF.  I am about to sent the form to them and will keep 
you informed when it is finished.  In the meanwhile, I will send my 
patches to the ML, if there will be any.


Best regards,

Rafael Laboissière



[O] @@beamer:some code@@ in math mode

2015-09-03 Thread Rafael

Apparently the shortcut @@beamer:some code@@ does not work in math
mode. This:

--
This is a test @@beamer:some code@@ to check
\(x=@@beamer:y@@\)
--

exports (in beamer export) to:

--
This is a test some code to check
\(x=@@beamer:y@@\)
--

Could it be made to work in math mode too? I want to apply this
solution: http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/60692/250 to one presentation.

Regards,
Rafael




Re: [O] beamer_env tag issue with empty headlines

2015-08-21 Thread Rafael
Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes:

 Rafael rvf0...@gmail.com writes:

 I mean that I would like to have a new variable, say,
 'org-no-headlines-between-colons', that when set to t, would cause org
 to treat any part of a heading between colons as a tag.

 My question was: what for? Do you have a (simple) use-case?

Just like the OP said: When exporting to beamer, there are some headings
that do not merit a named heading. Like columns. Or for example, in my
case, I have theorems without a name. Say:

***   :B_theorem:
:PROPERTIES:
:BEAMER_env: theorem
:END:
Let \(X\) be a \(T_{1}\) space. Then \(X\) is regular if an only
if given a point \(x\in X\) and a neighborhood \(U\) of \(x\)
there is a neighborhood \(V\) of \(x\) such that
\(\overline{V}\subseteq U\).

Or sometimes, in definitions, I could include a named heading, but it
looks redundant to me, as the defined term is already emphasized.

*** Normal space   :B_definition:
:PROPERTIES:
:BEAMER_env: definition
:END:
Let \(X\) be a \(T_{1}\) space. We say that \(X\) is *normal* if for
any \(F\subseteq X\) and \(G\subseteq X\) disjoint closed sets,
there are disjoint open sets \(U,V\) such that 
\(F\subseteq U\) and \(G\subseteq V\).

I do not think I will ever need two colons in a heading. Hence I think
the option to interpret anything between colons in a heading as a tag
would be useful.

Thanks for your answers,

Rafael



Re: [O] beamer_env tag issue with empty headlines

2015-08-20 Thread Rafael
Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes:

 This is an ambiguous headline. Indeed, it's impossible to tell if it is
 an empty headline with tags or a headline without tags whose title is
 :B_block:BMCOL:.

 I think the last option is better as the first one prevents any
 headline's title from being enclosed within colons. This is restrictive.

 In any case, there are workarounds available for what you have to do.

I've been using filters to fix this, is there any other trick that
works for all exporters?

On the other hand, I wish there would be a variable
org-no-headlines-between-colons, to solve these sort of ambiguities.

Regards,
Rafael



Re: [O] beamer_env tag issue with empty headlines

2015-08-20 Thread Rafael
Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes:

 Rafael rvf0...@gmail.com writes:

 On the other hand, I wish there would be a variable
 org-no-headlines-between-colons, to solve these sort of ambiguities.

 What do you mean exactly? What beamer code do you want to generate?

Hi,

I mean that I would like to have a new variable, say,
'org-no-headlines-between-colons', that when set to t, would cause org
to treat any part of a heading between colons as a tag. 

Best regards,

Rafael



[O] [PATCH] Fix typo in org.texi

2014-10-19 Thread Rafael Laboissiere
The patch below fixes (what i think) is a minor typo in the info 
documentation.


Thanks for your great work on org-mode,

Best,

Rafael

From 65d995992fdcb5a04c413f83fe5c68edf4508835 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Rafael Laboissiere raf...@laboissiere.net
Date: Sun, 19 Oct 2014 22:37:39 +0200
Subject: [PATCH] org.texi: Remove extraneous backslash in key sequence

* doc/org.texi (ASCII bar plots): Remove the backslash character in
the key binding sequence for orgtbl-ascii-plot command.

I think that this backslash is not needed, since previously in the
same section, at subheading Graphical plots using Gnuplot, there is
a similar key sequence without backslash @kbd{C-c  g}.

TINYCHANGE
---
 doc/org.texi | 2 +-
 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/doc/org.texi b/doc/org.texi
index 767fa1a..8e18d34 100644
--- a/doc/org.texi
+++ b/doc/org.texi
@@ -3345,7 +3345,7 @@ the data file.
 
 @subheading ASCII bar plots
 
-While the cursor is on a column, typing @kbd{C-c \ a} or
+While the cursor is on a column, typing @kbd{C-c  a} or
 @kbd{M-x orgtbl-ascii-plot @key{RET}} create a new column containing an
 ASCII-art bars plot.  The plot is implemented through a regular column
 formula.  When the source column changes, the bar plot may be updated by
-- 
2.1.1



Re: [O] Please help with a filter

2014-09-03 Thread Rafael
Charles Berry ccbe...@ucsd.edu writes:

 Rafael rvf0068 at gmail.com writes:

 I want that the result of exporting to markdown the following two blocks
 be identical:


 You probably want a derived backend taking 'md as the parent. 

Yes, that's what I feared.. :) I thought I could delay creating a
derived backend for later, but I guess now is the time. Thanks for your
answer, it was helpful indeed.






[O] Please help with a filter

2014-09-02 Thread Rafael

I want that the result of exporting to markdown the following two blocks
be identical:

#+begin_src org
  #+BEGIN_MARKDOWN
  div class=sage
script type=text/x-sage2+3/script
  /div
  #+END_MARKDOWN
  
  #+BEGIN_SRC sage
2+3
  #+END_SRC
#+end_src

I have tried the following, which seems similar to examples in the web,
and I think it should work, but it doesn't:

#+begin_src emacs-lisp
  (defun org-octopress-src-block (contents backend info)
(when (eq backend 'md)
  (let (
  (lang (org-element-property :language info))
  (value (org-element-property :value info)))
(message Language is %s. Value is %s lang value)
(when (eq lang sage )
(format
 div class=\sage\
 script type=\text/x-sage\%s/script
 /div\n
 value
 ))
))
)
  
  (add-to-list 'org-export-filter-src-block-functions
 'org-octopress-src-block)
#+end_src

My debugging message says: 'Language is nil. Value is nil', so I cannot
get the name of the language from the source code. What should I do to
get the filter to work?

Thanks in advance,



[O] Markdown exporter deletes a line before a list

2014-08-14 Thread Rafael

I'm not sure if this is a feature or a bug. Consider this org file:

#+BEGIN_SRC org
  ,* A test
- one
- two

  ,* Another test

Consider this list:

- three
- four
#+END_SRC

Using the markdown exporter, this exports to (after the toc):

#+BEGIN_EXAMPLE
  # A testa id=sec-1/a

  -   one
  -   two

  # Another testa id=sec-2/a

  Consider this list:
  -   three
  -   four
#+END_EXAMPLE

That is, if the list follows a heading, a blank line is added, which is
OK. But if there is text between the heading and the list, the blank
line is deleted, which is definitely not OK to me.

If this is a feature, I would appreciate some guidance to have the
markdown exporter to preserve a blank line before lists. 

I tried the test with org just pulled from git, and emacs -Q -l, as
described in the manual.

Thanks for any advice, 
Rafael




Re: [O] publishing to gihub gh-pages branch

2014-08-05 Thread Rafael
Bastien b...@gnu.org writes:

 regcl re...@channing.harvard.edu writes:

 Thanks, but I guess I didn't find the solutions you have
 mentioned. Could you please point them out?

 I'm thinking of this for example:
 http://orgmode.org/worg/org-tutorials/org-jekyll.html

 This is not a complete solution for the problem at hand,
 but a start for looking further.

I'm just reading this, maybe this Python tool:

https://github.com/davisp/ghp-import

could be useful to the OP.



[O] Schedule for the World Cup in org format

2014-05-03 Thread Rafael

Hi all,

Following https://github.com/djcb/org-euro2012 as a template, I have
produced a schedule for the upcoming world cup in org format, which can
be obtained from https://github.com/rvf0068/org-wc2014

The times are Mexico City time, which is GMT-5. There is a function I
copied from the org-euro file to shift times, but which I haven't used.




[O] Bug in org-beamer-publish-to-pdf?

2014-03-23 Thread Rafael

Hi all,

Using Org-mode version 8.2.5h (release_8.2.5h-829-g9665f8) from git, and
GNU Emacs 24.3.1 (x86_64-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 3.4.2) of 2014-02-22
on king, modified by Debian

I think there is a bug in org-beamer-publish-to-pdf. The code of the
function is:

#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
  (defun org-beamer-publish-to-pdf (plist filename pub-dir)
(org-publish-attachment
 plist
 (org-latex-compile (org-publish-org-to 'beamer filename .tex plist))
 pub-dir))
#+END_SRC

It seems to me that (org-publish-org-to 'beamer filename .tex plist)
only returns filename.tex without the directory. Hence org-latex-compile
wants to compile a .tex file in my home directory, (rather than at the base
directory of the publishing) and fails at not finding it there. 

Certainly not the most elegant solution, but the following works for
me. Although only with (setq org-latex-pdf-process '(texi2dvi -p -b -V %f)),
since with the default setting for org-latex-pdf-process, still pdflatex
complains about not being able to write to the log file.

#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
  (defun org-beamer-publish-to-pdf (plist filename pub-dir)
(org-publish-attachment
 plist
 (org-latex-compile (concat
 (plist-get plist :base-directory)
 (substring (org-publish-org-to 'beamer filename .tex 
plist) 1 nil)
 ))
 pub-dir))
#+END_SRC




[O] Change key binding in math mode only

2014-03-04 Thread Rafael

Hi all,

I have been writing presentations in org-mode lately with a lot of math
content. I am using org-cdlatex, and have already customized it to, say,
type R'B inside math mode to obtain \mathbb{R}. I wonder, however, if it
would be possible to make this procedure shorter, and obtain \mathbb{R}
as soon as pressing R, *but only inside math mode*. 

I guess I could approximate this with abbrevs or yasnippet, but I think
this would require an extra key besides the R, which is closer to what I
already have. 

I would appreciate any tips in this direction!

Rafael



Re: [O] Change key binding in math mode only

2014-03-04 Thread Rafael
Rafael rvf0...@gmail.com writes:

 I have been writing presentations in org-mode lately with a lot of math
 content. I am using org-cdlatex, and have already customized it to, say,
 type R'B inside math mode to obtain \mathbb{R}. I wonder, however, if it
 would be possible to make this procedure shorter, and obtain \mathbb{R}
 as soon as pressing R, *but only inside math mode*. 

 I guess I could approximate this with abbrevs or yasnippet, but I think
 this would require an extra key besides the R, which is closer to what I
 already have. 

I remembered that Org knows already if point is inside a math
expression, so by looking at the source I came up with the following,
that seems to work. Sorry for the noise.

#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
   (defun org-cdlatex-real-numbers ()
 (interactive)
 (if (org-inside-LaTeX-fragment-p)
 (insert \\mathbb{R})
   (insert R)
   ))
   
   (add-hook 'org-mode-hook
 (lambda ()
   (local-set-key (kbd R)
  'org-cdlatex-real-numbers
  )))
#+END_SRC



Re: [O] How to replace \( by $$ and such when exporting to markdown

2014-02-18 Thread Rafael
Rasmus ras...@gmx.us writes:

 Rafael rvf0...@gmail.com writes:

 I'm trying to publish some beamer presentations with mathematical
 content as pages in octopress. I think I'm on my way to get a working
 setup, but I would like some help to achieve the following:

 With an up-to-date org (from git), define some functions that, when
 exporting to markdown with ox-md, automatically replace all instances of
 \(, \), \[ and \] with $$.


 You want to look into filters, probably
 org-export-filter-latex-fragment-functions and
 org-export-filter-latex-environment-functions.  They are listed in
 ox.el.  It should be fairly easy to deal with in your case with
 regexp.

Thanks, I finally came up with:

(defun my-math-replacement (contents backend info)
  (when (eq backend 'md)
(replace-regexp-in-string (\\|)\\|\\[\\|\\] $$ contents)
))

(add-to-list 'org-export-filter-latex-fragment-functions
 'my-math-replacement)

Too bad the backend is not named 'markdown (I suffered a lot with my
filters not working because of this! ;-) )



[O] How to replace \( by $$ and such when exporting to markdown

2014-01-26 Thread Rafael

Hi all,

I'm trying to publish some beamer presentations with mathematical
content as pages in octopress. I think I'm on my way to get a working
setup, but I would like some help to achieve the following:

With an up-to-date org (from git), define some functions that, when
exporting to markdown with ox-md, automatically replace all instances of
\(, \), \[ and \] with $$.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Rafael




Re: [O] Bibliography

2013-05-11 Thread Rafael
Vikas Rawal vikasli...@agrarianresearch.org writes:

 Note for Mac OSX users:. I am using Ubuntu Precise, not OSX, and
 TeXlive 2012, not 2010, and I got the Executing bibtex2html failed
 when testing this also (even without limit:t). The only way I can
 imagine to work around was to first run the recommended 'export
 TMPDIR=.' in a terminal, and then 'emacs' in the same terminal. I wish I
 knew a cleaner way to do that, since I imagine it would not be wise to
 put 'export TMPDIR=.' in .bashrc.

 This may be the cleaner solution:
 http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/2012-11/msg00164.html

Thanks for your followup! In my case, though, Emacs can find the
executable of bibtex2html. However, another message in the thread you
mentioned together with some googling led me to adding 'TEXMFOUTPUT =
/tmp' to /usr/local/texlive/2012/texmf.cnf, and now I can reproduce your
results, namely, without limit:t, the bibliography in the html export
appears twice and with it, I get Executing bibtex2html failed.




Re: [O] Bibliography

2013-05-09 Thread Rafael
Vikas Rawal vikasli...@agrarianresearch.org writes:

 
 I attach a port of org-exp-bibtex.el (renamed ox-bibtex.el) for the new
 export framework. Would you mind testing it?
 


 I am attaching my test files. I have following problems.

 1. When I use limit:t, I get an error: if: Executing bibtex2html failed


For this, maybe you are getting the error mentioned in the page
https://www.lri.fr/~filliatr/bibtex2html/, in the paragraph starting
Note for Mac OSX users:. I am using Ubuntu Precise, not OSX, and
TeXlive 2012, not 2010, and I got the Executing bibtex2html failed
when testing this also (even without limit:t). The only way I can
imagine to work around was to first run the recommended 'export
TMPDIR=.' in a terminal, and then 'emacs' in the same terminal. I wish I
knew a cleaner way to do that, since I imagine it would not be wise to
put 'export TMPDIR=.' in .bashrc.

However, the exported html file does not include any bibliograpy at
all. :(



 2. The bibliography is inserted in the exported html file above
 the main body of org file as well as below the main body of the org
 file. Am I doing something silly?

 Vikas



Re: [O] org-blog 0.9 release

2013-04-30 Thread Rafael
Michael Alan Dorman mdor...@ironicdesign.com writes:

 I've just tagged version 0.90 of my org-blog minor mode on github[1].

 This is intended to be a simple but powerful assistant to using Org for
 writing blog posts---there's only two commands at this point, and I
 don't anticipate that number going beyond three anytime soon (though I
 do have that third one planned! ;)

 At the moment it only supports WordPress blogs, but the design is very
 modular, and adding support for other back-ends (including, I hope,
 static publishing back-ends) should be relatively painless.  If it's
 not, I would be happy to change things to make it so, once I understand
 the issues.

Thanks a lot for your work! I just tried it and it worked for me, to
post a basic org-mode file. Are you aware of
https://github.com/punchagan/org2blog? It also has the purpose to post
to wordpress from org, however its author has been busy lately, and
apparently major work is going to be needed to make all its features to
work with the new exporter. I hope that you could find the time and
motivation to make your package deal with:

- inclusion of image files
- matematical symbols (that is, wordpress can display LaTeX stuff like
  $latex a^2+b^2=c^2$ nicely.
- syntax code highlighting, native to wordpress. 

See for example http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/29178/,
where some of these feature requests were done for org2blog, and for
example my post:
http://graphtheoryinlatex.wordpress.com/2012/06/02/a-cayley-graph/ to
see these features in action.

Rafael







Re: [O] problems with org-protocol + capture templates

2013-04-16 Thread Rafael
Bastien b...@gnu.org writes:

 Hi Sébastien,

 Sebastien Vauban
 wxhgmqzgwmuf-genee64ty+gs+fvcfc7...@public.gmane.org writes:

 Alvar Maciel wrote:
 Hi to all,
 I'm using org-mode as personal day planner with almost all the
 configuration of http://doc.norang.ca/org-mode.html
 I try to use org-protocol to send links to emacs using the config of
 worg. But when  emacs open i can not select the template of the
 capture mode (it's weird months ago was working) and i don't  know
 were is my mistake.
  this is my keybindidng

 var orgProtoString = 'org-protocol://capture://'+
   encodeURIComponent(gBrowser.currentURI.spec) + '/' +
   encodeURIComponent(gBrowser.contentWindow.document.title) + '/' +
   encodeURIComponent(content.window.getSelection());

 gBrowser.loadURI(orgProtoString);

 my capture template

 (setq org-capture-templates
   (quote ((t todo entry (file ~/en uso/2013/org/refile.org)
* TODO %?\n%U\n%a\n :clock-in t :clock-resume t)
   (r respond entry (file ~/en uso/2013/org/refile.org)
* NEXT Respond to %:from on %:subject\nSCHEDULED:
 %t\n%U\n%a\n :clock-in t :clock-resume t :immediate-finish t)
   (n note entry (file ~/en uso/2013/org/refile.org)
* %? :NOTE:\n%U\n%a\n :clock-in t :clock-resume t)
   (j Journal entry (file+datetree ~/Dropbox/en
 uso/2013/org/diary.org)
* %?\n%U\n :clock-in t :clock-resume t)
   (w org-protocol entry (file ~/en 
 uso/2013/org/refile.org)
* TODO Review %c\n%U\n :immediate-finish t)
   (p Phone call entry (file ~/en uso/2013/org/refile.org)
* PHONE %? :PHONE:\n%U :clock-in t :clock-resume t)
   (h Habit entry (file ~/en uso/2013/org/refile.org)
* NEXT %?\n%U\n%a\nSCHEDULED: %(format-time-string
 \%Y-%m-%d %a .+1d/3d\)\n:PROPERTIES:\n:STYLE:
 habit\n:REPEAT_TO_STATE: NEXT\n:END:\n

 AFAIK, no, you can't dynamically select your template. 

 I'm not using org-protocol anymore but I certainly *do* remember that
 you can dynamically select a capture template.  

 So maybe Alvar's issue needs some investigation.

I just had a problem with org-protocol not working. After plenty of
googling, reinstalling and fussing, I think that I solved it and I
believe that the problem was related that I was playing with different
Emacs versions in Ubuntu and momentarily I had no emacsclient. See for
example http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2092293



Re: [O] [Bug] Yasnippet/Org: properties messed up when expanding $1

2013-02-16 Thread Rafael
Karl Voit devn...@karl-voit.at writes:

 * Karl Voit devn...@karl-voit.at wrote:

 I updated Org to latest git and I moved from Debian yasnippet to
 github yasnippet (latest) and I still do have this issue.

 So it's my set-up which is causing this effect. Damn. I guess I
 have to debug this by disabling parts of my config ...

 So a quick test of my set-up with disabling all(!) of my Org-mode
 settings caused the same issue. Therefore, it's not my Org-mode
 set-up which is causing all this hazzle.

 Next test: «emacs -q» and I loaded only yasnippet:

 ,
 | (defun my-load-local-el (part) ... )
 | (my-load-local-el contrib/yasnippet/yasnippet.el) ;; load-path
 | (require 'yasnippet)
 | (setq yas/root-directory ~/.emacs.d/snippets)
 | (yas/load-directory yas/root-directory)
 `

 And yes, I still got the issue. :-(

 I guess I have to do a bug report to yasnippet.

I think I have the newest (github) yasnippet, and doing C-h f on
yas/load-directory, it says that it is an obsolete function,
recommending yas-load-directory instead. Maybe it is worth a try.



[O] Fix broken URL in org-bibtex.el

2012-11-04 Thread Rafael Laboissiere

The patch attached below fixes a very minor problem in org-bibtex.el.

Cheers,

Rafael




From 852681cb0789b4d1a7c0081e634322690b9ae47d Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Rafael Laboissiere raf...@laboissiere.net
Date: Sun, 4 Nov 2012 09:14:44 +0100
Subject: [PATCH] org-bibtex.el: Fix broken URL

* lisp/org-bibtex.el: In the documentation section of the file, fix
  the broken URL to Andrew Roberts' document on BibTeX entries.

TINYCHANGE
---
 lisp/org-bibtex.el |2 +-
 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/lisp/org-bibtex.el b/lisp/org-bibtex.el
index f8e07ad..cafd3bb 100644
--- a/lisp/org-bibtex.el
+++ b/lisp/org-bibtex.el
@@ -88,7 +88,7 @@
 ;;
 ;; - All Bibtex information is taken from the document compiled by
 ;;   Andrew Roberts from the Bibtex manual, available at
-;;   http://www.andy-roberts.net/misc/latex/sessions/bibtex/bibentries.pdf
+;;   http://www.andy-roberts.net/res/writing/latex/bibentries.pdf
 ;;
 ;;; History:
 ;;
-- 
1.7.10.4



Re: [O] Contradiction between code and doc as regards commented lines

2012-10-28 Thread Rafael Laboissiere

* Bastien b...@altern.org [2012-10-28 11:10]:


Rafael Laboissiere raf...@laboissiere.net writes:

You might be interested in applying the patch attached below, which fixes 
the comments in the *Remember* buffer, allowing them to get correctly 
fontified.


Applied, thanks!


Thanks.

I just noticed that my patch have a bad side effect, since the commented 
lines at the beginning of the *Remember* buffer are not filtered out 
before inclusion into the destination org file.  The patch attached below 
fixes this.  Also, the org-remember-handler function attempts to strip 
comment lines at the end of the buffer.  I changed the code such that 
only lines that really respect the definition of comment lines (as per 
the documentation) are actually stripped.


Rafael



From 72ad3f6f97a87da5b5dfd0df03ca2aed147a61af Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Rafael Laboissiere raf...@laboissiere.net
Date: Sun, 28 Oct 2012 17:38:19 +0100
Subject: [PATCH 2/2] org-remember.el: Correctly strip the comment lines in
 remember buffer

* org-remember.el (org-remember-handler): Correctly strip the comment lines
  in the temporary buffer *Remember* when handling a remember note.
---
 lisp/org-remember.el |4 ++--
 1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

diff --git a/lisp/org-remember.el b/lisp/org-remember.el
index bfbca73..5cfe70f 100644
--- a/lisp/org-remember.el
+++ b/lisp/org-remember.el
@@ -840,12 +840,12 @@ See also the variable `org-reverse-note-order'.
   (if (= end beg) (setq beg (1- beg)))
   (put-text-property beg end 'org-position-cursor t)))
   (goto-char (point-min))
-  (while (looking-at ^[ \t]*\n\\|^##.*\n)
+  (while (looking-at ^[ \t]*\n\\|^# .*\n)
 (replace-match ))
   (when org-remember-delete-empty-lines-at-end
 (goto-char (point-max))
 (beginning-of-line 1)
-(while (and (looking-at [ \t]*$\\|##.*) ( (point) 1))
+(while (and (looking-at [ \t]*$\\|[ \t]*# .*) ( (point) 1))
   (delete-region (1- (point)) (point-max))
   (beginning-of-line 1)))
   (catch 'quit
-- 
1.7.10.4



[O] Contradiction between code and doc as regards commented lines

2012-10-27 Thread Rafael Laboissiere
Before Git commit e8046d2, lines like this were treated as comments in 
org-mode:


### This used to be a comment

At present, lines as the above are not highlighted as comments and will 
be exported verbatim.  Only lines like the following are considered to be 
comments, currently:


# Only this is now a comment

This behavior is clearly in contradiction with the documentation, 
according to this relevant part of doc/org.texi:


@node Comment lines,  , Horizontal rules, Structural markup elements
[snip]
Lines starting with zero or more whitespace characters followed by @samp{#}
are treated as comments and will never be exported.

Please, fix the documentation (or restore the previous behavior, if the 
documentation is meant to be correct).


Cheers,

Rafael











Re: [O] Contradiction between code and doc as regards commented lines

2012-10-27 Thread Rafael Laboissiere

* Bastien b...@altern.org [2012-10-27 21:44]:


Rafael Laboissiere raf...@laboissiere.net writes:

Please, fix the documentation (or restore the previous behavior, if the 
documentation is meant to be correct).


Done, thanks.


Thanks.

You might be interested in applying the patch attached below, which fixes 
the comments in the *Remember* buffer, allowing them to get correctly 
fontified.


Rafael

From b1ae1021338a156dc7f65256cc6f085b6b2bf103 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Rafael Laboissiere raf...@laboissiere.net
Date: Sat, 27 Oct 2012 23:40:39 +0200
Subject: [PATCH] org-remember.el: Start the commented lines with the
 appropriate characters

* org-remember.el (org-remember-apply-template): Start the commented
  lines in the Remember temporary buffer with the appropriate
  characters.

TINYCHANGE
---
 lisp/org-remember.el |   12 ++--
 1 file changed, 6 insertions(+), 6 deletions(-)

diff --git a/lisp/org-remember.el b/lisp/org-remember.el
index d555ca6..bfbca73 100644
--- a/lisp/org-remember.el
+++ b/lisp/org-remember.el
@@ -472,12 +472,12 @@ to be run from that hook to function properly.
 	(erase-buffer)
 	(insert (substitute-command-keys
 		 (format
-		  ## %s  \%s\ - \* %s\
-## C-u C-c C-c  like C-c C-c, and immediately visit note at target location
-## C-0 C-c C-c  \%s\ - \* %s\
-## %s  to select file and header location interactively.
-## C-2 C-c C-c  as child (C-3: as sibling) of the currently clocked item
-## To switch templates, use `\\[org-remember]'.  To abort use `C-c C-k'.\n\n
+		  # %s  \%s\ - \* %s\
+# C-u C-c C-c  like C-c C-c, and immediately visit note at target location
+# C-0 C-c C-c  \%s\ - \* %s\
+# %s  to select file and header location interactively.
+# C-2 C-c C-c  as child (C-3: as sibling) of the currently clocked item
+# To switch templates, use `\\[org-remember]'.  To abort use `C-c C-k'.\n\n
 		  (if org-remember-store-without-prompt C-c C-c C-1 C-c C-c)
 		  (abbreviate-file-name (or file org-default-notes-file))
 		  (or headline )
-- 
1.7.10.4



Re: [O] Org-mode as a replacement for delicious (bookmark management)

2012-06-23 Thread Rafael
Karl Voit devn...@karl-voit.at writes:

 * Storing bookmarks from browsers (me: Chrome)

 org-protocol.el[1] seems promising. And also [2] is quite
 interesting. But unfortunately those still lack advanced support for
 tagging: I would have to send the URL to Emacs Org-mode, switch from
 browser to Emacs, jump to the most recently added entry, go into
 tagging mode, add tags (having Org-mode tag completion), exit
 tagging mode. This means a lot of additional steps to my current
 situation. 

 I am not happy about those additional steps.

I think you can save some steps here. You can define the capture
template in such a way that, immediately after switching from the
browser to Emacs, you can add tags with C-c C-q to the filled captured
template before sending it away with C-c C-c. I do not understand what
you mean by tagging mode.

Best regards,



[O] Commented internal links bad in new export

2012-05-05 Thread Rafael

The manual says, in section 4.2 Internal links:

Targets may be located anywhere; sometimes it is convenient to put
them into a comment line.  For example

# My Target

But if I use such commented targets, then the new exporter does not see
them, neither the one to LaTeX nor the HTML one. Thought you might want
to know.

I'm using Org-mode version 7.8.09 (release_7.8.09-519-geb48e4)

Best regards,

Rafael



[O] Theorems in org-mode?

2012-05-04 Thread Rafael

Motivated by the side note by Nicolas in
http://www.mail-archive.com/emacs-orgmode@gnu.org/msg55225.html, I tried
the example at the end of this message, which requires
org-special-blocks.el. It exports nicely to LaTeX-PDF with the new
exporter (not so much with the old), so thanks!

I wonder what I would need to add to make it export nicely to HTML with
either the old or the new exporter. The old exporter inserts the labels
with the text of the theorems, and the new inserts stuff like
\begin{theorem} .. \end{theorem} with the text of the theorems.

Now, the org-special-blocks documentation says:

  When #+begin_foo is encountered by the html exporter, a div
  with class foo is inserted into the HTML file.  It is up to the
  user to add this class to his or her stylesheet if this div is to
  mean anything.

I have used

#+STYLE: style.theorem {}
#+STYLE: .theorem:before {content: Theorem: ; font-weight: bold}/style

but if somebody with actual HTML knowledge could suggest something
prettier I would appreciate it.

Best regards,
Rafael

#+begin_src org
#+title: Theorems in org-mode

#+latex_header: \usepackage{amsthm}
#+latex_header: \newtheorem{theorem}{Theorem}
#+latex_header: \newtheorem{definition}{Definition}

#+options: ^:nil

* Some theory

#+begin_definition
def-1
A /right triangle/ is a triangle with a right angle.
#+end_definition

#+begin_theorem
thm-1
We have that $a^2+b^2=c^2$.
#+end_theorem

This is an equation:

#+begin_equation
eq-1
a^2+b^2=c^2
#+end_equation

* Some references

Theorem [[thm-1]] deals with triangles as in Definition [[def-1]], and
satisfies equation ([[eq-1]]).
#+end_src



Re: [O] Error in org2blog/wp-login: Must provide a callback function to url-retrieve

2012-05-01 Thread Rafael
Steinar Bang s...@dod.no writes:

 When I try to log in, using `M-x org2blog/wp-login RET', I get the
 following error message in the minibuffer:
  Must provide a callback function to url-retrieve

 Are anyone else successfully using org2blog with emacs 23?

I just checked that org2blog works for me with GNU Emacs 23.3.1
(i686-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 2.24.5) of 2011-08-14 on rothera,
modified by Debian in Ubuntu 11.10. But I have the following header in
xml-rpc.el. 

;; Author: Mark A. Hershberger m...@everybody.org
;; Original Author: Daniel Lundin dan...@codefactory.se
;; Version: 1.6.8
;; Created: May 13 2001
;; Keywords: xml rpc network
;; URL: http://launchpad.net/xml-rpc-el
;; Last Modified: 2010-03-05 13:41:20 mah



Re: [O] Bug in org-diary (Bad sexp)?

2012-04-17 Thread Rafael
Rafael Villarroel rvf0...@gmail.com writes:

 I think there might be a bug related to the recent changes in the agenda
 code, since it has just appeared in the last days. The following are
 minimal steps: (Ubuntu 11.10, GNU Emacs 23.3.1 (i686-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+
 Version 2.24.5) of 2011-08-14 on rothera, modified by Debian, Org
 version just pulled: Org-mode version 7.8.09 (release_7.8.09.230.gec7b))

 With the following file, say simpleorg.el

 
 (setq debug-on-error t
   debug-on-signal nil
   debug-on-quit nil)

 (add-to-list 'load-path ~/Downloads/org-mode/lisp)

 (require 'org-install)
 

 and a ~/diary file containing only:

 
 %%(org-diary)

 -

 and starting with 'emacs -Q -l simpleorg.el'

 Then M-x diary gives:

 Bad sexp at line 1 in ~/diary: (org-diary)


FWIW, using the tip from
http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/2012-04/msg00702.html to
go back to a previous state, I can confirm that commit
3bd1c2e9bff539c94f92f1ec919f8f0f1640f8c0 is good and that commit
973efcd9c9f5a29ffc9db2c317fab44112a97b07 introduced the error described
above. 



[O] Bug in org-diary (Bad sexp)?

2012-04-16 Thread Rafael Villarroel

I think there might be a bug related to the recent changes in the agenda
code, since it has just appeared in the last days. The following are
minimal steps: (Ubuntu 11.10, GNU Emacs 23.3.1 (i686-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+
Version 2.24.5) of 2011-08-14 on rothera, modified by Debian, Org
version just pulled: Org-mode version 7.8.09 (release_7.8.09.230.gec7b))

With the following file, say simpleorg.el


(setq debug-on-error t
  debug-on-signal nil
  debug-on-quit nil)

(add-to-list 'load-path ~/Downloads/org-mode/lisp)

(require 'org-install)


and a ~/diary file containing only:


%%(org-diary)

-

and starting with 'emacs -Q -l simpleorg.el'

Then M-x diary gives:

Bad sexp at line 1 in ~/diary: (org-diary)

For some reason I do not get a backtrace.

Hopefully somebody will be able at least to reproduce!

Best regards,

Rafael



Re: [O] Extending attr_latex

2012-01-18 Thread Rafael
Christopher Witte ch...@witte.net.au writes:

 I putting together a presentation using org and exporting to beamer.  I was
 wondering if there is easy way to get each item in a list to display
 incrementally.  Beamer supports this with the \begin{itemize}[+-]
 environment option.  Perhaps this could be achieved by extending the
 #+ATTR_LaTeX: syntax.  

I do it like this. 

** Overlays
   :PROPERTIES:
   :BEAMER_envargs: [+-]
   :END:

- one
- two
- three
- four
- five




Re: [O] Hang on incomplete input

2011-11-30 Thread Rafael
Ken Williams ken.willi...@windlogics.com writes:

 Apparently, org-mode Babel (or maybe Emacs, or ESS) will hang when
 given incomplete input, like the following:

 #+begin_src R
 ddply(x,
 #+end_src

 I was just tearing my hair out trying to figure out why my code was
 hanging, because of course it's much longer and I didn't notice the
 missing paren.

 Is this replicable on other people's platforms too?  I'm using GNU
 Emacs on Windows, with org-mode 7.7 and ESS 5.14.

 There are other situations where I really wish org-mode (or Emacs, or
 ESS) didn't freeze up while evaluating R code - for example if I
 accidentally did 'debug()' on a function that's now being called, or
 even just on long-running calculations.  Any chance evaluation could
 be done in a separate thread or something?

In Ubuntu 10.10, emacs 23.2 and recent org, I get an *Org-Babel Error
Output* buffer, saying:

Error: unexpected '}' in:
ddply(x,
}
Execution halted



[O] Some commands are not exported to LaTeX

2011-11-26 Thread Rafael

With Emacs 23.3.1 in Ubuntu 11.10, and recent org (Org-mode version 7.7
(release_7.7.601.g55e4d), loaded after emacs -Q), consider the following
file. When exporting to LaTeX, the rows starting with #+attr_html,
#attr_latex, #+caption, do not appear. Both html and odt export are
fine.

#+TITLE: Hello, World

* An org mode code example

#+begin_src org
  ,#+title: Hello
  
  ,* This is an example
  
  ,#+attr_html: width=50%
  ,#+attr_latex: height=0.5\textheight
  ,#+attr_odt: (:scale 0.5)
  ,#+caption: A caption
  ,[[file:figure.jpg]]
#+end_src



Re: [O] org-protocol is bitrotting away

2011-11-01 Thread Rafael
Florian Hars flor...@hars.de writes:

 Of cousre my first error was to try to do something productive on a
 current ubuntu, but since they have again broken the canonical way to
 configure protocol handlers, 90% of all howtos describing how to
 configure org-protocol plain don't work on ubuntu 11.10. gconftool
 does no longer work, setting things in about:config in firefox has no
 effect, the current season's incantantion is to put

 [Desktop Entry]
 Name=org-protocol
 Exec=emacsclient %U
 Type=Application
 Terminal=false
 Categories=System;
 MimeType=x-scheme-handler/org-protocol;

 into ~/.local/share/applications/org-protocol.desktop and then run
 update-desktop-database .local/share/applications/ , as mentioned before:
 http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/41733

Hmm. With Ubuntu 11.10 and Firefox that came with it, these steps were
not enough. I had Firefox asking for the application to open
org-protocol links, and choosing 'org-protocol' did not work, as it had
in Natty. However, choosing '/usr/bin/emacsclient' for the application,
worked for me.

 More serious is the problen that firefox 7.0.1 steadfastly refuses
 to set location.href to the URIs required by org-protocol, it throws
 rather scary looking exceptions if the result of
 encodeURIComponent(location.href) in the URI does not appear after a
 question mark. I sort of got it working  by changing the URI to 
 org-protocol://capture://?x=+encodeURIComponent(l)+/+...
 and then added the same three characters in
 org-protocol-check-filename-for-protocol:
  (regexp-quote (plist-get (cdr prolist) :protocol)) :/+\\(\\?x=\\)?)))

 - Florian.



[O] [PATCH] Improve documentation + fix typos

2011-10-11 Thread Rafael Laboissiere
Dear Org-mode developpers,

You will find here attached three patches for org-mode.  Two of them
improve the External links node of the info documentation.  The other
one just fixes minor typos.

Best regards,

Rafael Laboissière
From b6aac367829af8b6507d04c3f820e3cdbd33853a Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Rafael Laboissiere raf...@laboissiere.net
Date: Tue, 11 Oct 2011 00:22:09 +0200
Subject: [PATCH 1/3] Fix typos in variable description

* lisp/org.el (org-link-search-must-match-exact-headline): fix typos
---
 lisp/org.el |4 ++--
 1 files changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

diff --git a/lisp/org.el b/lisp/org.el
index b26e1a3..3446ce2 100644
--- a/lisp/org.el
+++ b/lisp/org.el
@@ -1493,9 +1493,9 @@ When nil, the link search tries to match a phrase with all words
 in the search text.
   :group 'org-link-follow
   :type '(choice
-	  (const :tag Use fuzy text search nil)
+	  (const :tag Use fuzzy text search nil)
 	  (const :tag Match only exact headline t)
-	  (const :tag Match extact headline or query to create it
+	  (const :tag Match exact headline or query to create it
 		 query-to-create)))
 
 (defcustom org-link-frame-setup
-- 
1.7.6.3

From f9b109a147cc5dac6016e46773da11f7dee4dbe3 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Rafael Laboissiere raf...@laboissiere.net
Date: Tue, 11 Oct 2011 00:58:36 +0200
Subject: [PATCH 2/3] Add footnote on how the hyperlink text is searched in
 Org files

* org.texi (External links): Add footnote on how the behavior of the
text search in Org files are controled by the variable
org-link-search-must-match-exact-headline.

This change is necessary in order to avoid misleading the user as
regards of the behavior of the search, in particular because the
default value of org-link-search-must-match-exact-headline is
'query-to-create.
---
 doc/org.texi |8 +++-
 1 files changed, 7 insertions(+), 1 deletions(-)

diff --git a/doc/org.texi b/doc/org.texi
index 957b393..eb6941f 100644
--- a/doc/org.texi
+++ b/doc/org.texi
@@ -3172,7 +3172,13 @@ file:/myself@@some.where:papers/last.pdf   @r{file, path on remote machine}
 /myself@@some.where:papers/last.pdf@r{same as above}
 file:sometextfile::NNN@r{file with line number to jump to}
 file:projects.org @r{another Org file}
-file:projects.org::some words @r{text search in Org file}
+file:projects.org::some words @r{text search in Org file}@footnote{
+The actual behavior of the search will depend on the value of
+the variable @code{org-link-search-must-match-exact-headline}.  If its value
+is nil, then a fuzzy text search will be done.  If it is t, then only the
+exact headline will be matched.  If the value is @code{'query-to-create},
+then an exact headline will be searched; if it is not found, then the user
+will be queried to create it.}
 file:projects.org::*task title@r{heading search in Org file}
 docview:papers/last.pdf::NNN  @r{open file in doc-view mode at page NNN}
 id:B7423F4D-2E8A-471B-8810-C40F074717E9   @r{Link to heading by ID}
-- 
1.7.6.3

From 2cac1d22741efe90cdafa43f9f918647ee19a979 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Rafael Laboissiere raf...@laboissiere.net
Date: Tue, 11 Oct 2011 01:15:37 +0200
Subject: [PATCH 3/3] Accurate description of info hyperlink format

Hyperlinks in the form info:file#node work with plain spaces in the
node part and do not need to have spaces encoded as %20.  This is
the case for me, who is using the Debian emacs-snapshot package,
version 20110926-1.
---
 doc/org.texi |2 +-
 1 files changed, 1 insertions(+), 1 deletions(-)

diff --git a/doc/org.texi b/doc/org.texi
index eb6941f..573cbc9 100644
--- a/doc/org.texi
+++ b/doc/org.texi
@@ -3197,7 +3197,7 @@ gnus:group@r{Gnus group link}
 gnus:group#id @r{Gnus article link}
 bbdb:R.*Stallman  @r{BBDB link (with regexp)}
 irc:/irc.com/#emacs/bob   @r{IRC link}
-info:org#External%20links @r{Info node link (with encoded space)}
+info:org#External links   @r{Info node link}
 shell:ls *.org@r{A shell command}
 elisp:org-agenda  @r{Interactive Elisp command}
 elisp:(find-file-other-frame Elisp.org) @r{Elisp form to evaluate}
-- 
1.7.6.3



[O] Odd behavior with first org file opened

2011-07-26 Thread Rafael

Hi!

My Emacs version is 

GNU Emacs 23.2.1 (i686-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 2.21.6) of 2010-09-01
on rhenium, modified by Debian

(from Ubuntu 11.04)

and my org-version is recent:

Org-mode version 7.6 (release_7.6.146.g6b389.dirty)

If I run:

emacs -Q -L ~/Dropbox/emacs/site-lisp/org-mode/lisp/ 

(that's where I put org-mode),
and then open any org file (I have tried with a very simple one, with
only one heading), such file is not syntactically colored. However, if I
open any second org file, then it is colored without problem. Or if I
say M-x revert-file with the first.

If I test the same with emacs -Q, using the org-mode coming with Emacs,
then everything works fine.

Hopefully you can help me solve this! 

Best regards,
Rafael



Re: [O] Again problems with latex inside footnotes.

2011-07-13 Thread Rafael Calsaverini
Hi Bastien,


I have enough interest in using org-mode to produce latex texts to get
involved. I can't do it right now cause I'm in a critical time to produce
results for my thesis, but I've been delaying learning e-lisp and taking a
good look on org-mode for some time.

Nick Dokos above said that org-mode uses a huge regexp to parse the latex.
When this pressing phase pass I'll certainly take a look on that. I played a
bit (only a bit) with funcional parsers in Haskell (monadic parsers and
parsers based on arrows) and, in my experience, they are much, much more
easy to write and more powerful than regexp's (they can parse html! :D).
Well, lisp is functional... Maybe I'll take a look at this in the near
future.

---
Rafael Calsaverini
Dep. de Física Geral, Sala 336
Instituto de Física - Universidade de São Paulo

rafael.calsaver...@gmail.com
http://stoa.usp.br/calsaverini/weblog
CEL: (11) 7525-6222
USP: (11) 3091-6803



On Wed, Jul 13, 2011 at 05:40, Bastien b...@altern.org wrote:

 Hi Rafael,

 Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com writes:

  Although patches have been applied to deal with a host of
  such problems, it is a long-standing problem that is unlikely to be
  completely solved - ever[fn:1].

 Yes, we need to rework the way the exporters handle espace chars,
 especially the LaTeX one --- it's not only ugly and buggy.

 Don't hold your breath though, I won't be on this before 7.7.

 Thanks for your understanding,

 --
  Bastien



[O] Again problems with latex inside footnotes.

2011-07-11 Thread Rafael Calsaverini
Hi,
sorry for bothering you again with it, but I'm having a problem with latex
inside footnotes and I couldn't find the answer in the manual.

When I try something like:

8---
blablabla [fn:bla]
[fn:bla] this is what \cite{she} said.
8---

this gets exported as:

---8---
blablabla \footnote{ this is what \cite\{she\} said.
---8---

I believe I'm missing something very basic.
I believe that if I put a #+Latex:xxx the xxx part would be exported
verbatim to the latex file. But this would break the footnote. Is there a
way to insert inline latex snippets?

---
Rafael Calsaverini
Dep. de Física Geral, Sala 336
Instituto de Física - Universidade de São Paulo

rafael.calsaver...@gmail.com
http://stoa.usp.br/calsaverini/weblog
CEL: (11) 7525-6222
USP: (11) 3091-6803


Re: [O] Again problems with latex inside footnotes.

2011-07-11 Thread Rafael Calsaverini
Also, I have problems with equations even when I use \(...\) instead of
$...$.

This, for example:
--8--
* example
Example[fn:note].
[fn:note]An equation: \(\bar{a}\).
---8--

becomes this:

---8---
Example\footnote{An equation: \(\bar\{a\}\). }.
---8---

I'm not really sure, but I suspect this worked before I instaled the latest
version of org-mode.

Sorry for any inconvenience.
--
Rafael Calsaverini
Dep. de Física Geral, Sala 336
Instituto de Física - Universidade de São Paulo

rafael.calsaver...@gmail.com
http://stoa.usp.br/calsaverini/weblog
CEL: (11) 7525-6222
USP: (11) 3091-6803


[O] Problem with latex and footnotes

2011-07-08 Thread Rafael Calsaverini
Hi. I'm noticed a problem with latex equations and footnotes. I'm not
sure, but I believe it started after I downloaded the newest version
of org-mode.

When I try to export a $...$ block that is inside a footnote, the
latex file end up with \$...\$ instead of $...$. As an example, this:

#+LaTeX_CLASS: article

* test
  This is just a test [fn:test].

[fn:test] This is an equation: $x = y$.


Gets exported into this (just the relevant section):

\section{test}
\label{sec-1}

  This is just a test \footnote{This is an equation: \$x = y\$. }.

Is there a way around it?

Thanks in advance.
---
Rafael Calsaverini
Dep. de Física Geral, Sala 336
Instituto de Física - Universidade de São Paulo

rafael.calsaver...@gmail.com
http://stoa.usp.br/calsaverini/weblog
CEL: (11) 7525-6222
USP: (11) 3091-6803



Re: [O] Problem with latex and footnotes

2011-07-08 Thread Rafael Calsaverini
Hummm... thanks for the tip! It works now. :D


---
Rafael Calsaverini
Dep. de Física Geral, Sala 336
Instituto de Física - Universidade de São Paulo

rafael.calsaver...@gmail.com
http://stoa.usp.br/calsaverini/weblog
CEL: (11) 7525-6222
USP: (11) 3091-6803




On Fri, Jul 8, 2011 at 15:26, Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com wrote:
 Rafael Calsaverini rafael.calsaver...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi. I'm noticed a problem with latex equations and footnotes. I'm not
 sure, but I believe it started after I downloaded the newest version
 of org-mode.

 When I try to export a $...$ block that is inside a footnote, the
 latex file end up with \$...\$ instead of $...$. As an example, this:

 #+LaTeX_CLASS: article

 * test
   This is just a test [fn:test].

 [fn:test] This is an equation: $x = y$.



 This works:

 --8---cut here---start-8---
 #+LaTeX_CLASS: article

 * test
  This is just a test [fn:test].

 [fn:test] This is an equation: \(x = y\).
 --8---cut here---end---8---

 It is generally a good idea (and not just in org-mode) to avoid $...$
 and $$...$$ for math. The recommended way is \(...\) for inline equations
 and \[...\] for diplayed math.

 Nick




Re: [O] Fwd: Exporting latex without preamble

2011-06-29 Thread Rafael Calsaverini
Hi Bastien,

I was planning to use this to create an automated platform for writing
my PhD thesis.The plan was to use org to edit separate files
corresponding to the chapters of the thesis. Those chapters would then
be exported to latex and included (preferably by an automated tool) in
a master file that takes care of administrative boilerplate
(preambles, cover sheets, boring style configurations, etc, etc...).

The idea was to separate latex boilerplate from the text itself. I
must use all kinds of custom styles in latex to conform to my
university norms, and I wanted to start to write the text in a way
that was independent of this boilerplate and only care about it when I
must compile a distribution version.

I guess I'll have to try to do this differently. What I really was
interested in doing is a org-thesis or org-text-production
package, in the spirit of org-babel or org2blog. But I don't know
much of lisp to be honest (the only functional language I'm familiar
with is haskell). My original idea involved a huge makefile and some
python scripts, which seems to be a sub-optimal solution. I also
played a bit with using an org master file to include each chapters,
but I had some problems.

Anyway, if you have any kind of tip or suggestion about this, I'm
really interested! :D

Thanks,
---
Rafael Calsaverini
Dep. de Física Geral, Sala 336
Instituto de Física - Universidade de São Paulo

rafael.calsaver...@gmail.com
http://stoa.usp.br/calsaverini/weblog
CEL: (11) 7525-6222
USP: (11) 3091-6803




On Tue, Jun 28, 2011 at 20:05, Bastien b...@altern.org wrote:
 Hi Rafael,

 Rafael Calsaverini rafael.calsaver...@gmail.com writes:

 is it possible to export an org file to latex with no preamble and no
 \begin{document}??

 Not at the moment.  Is it something you need regularily?

 --
  Bastien




Re: [O] Fwd: Exporting latex without preamble

2011-06-29 Thread Rafael Calsaverini
Thanks for the tip!

If I succeed I'll post something in my blog and tell here.

---
Rafael Calsaverini
Dep. de Física Geral, Sala 336
Instituto de Física - Universidade de São Paulo

rafael.calsaver...@gmail.com
http://stoa.usp.br/calsaverini/weblog
CEL: (11) 7525-6222
USP: (11) 3091-6803




On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 13:28, Bastien b...@altern.org wrote:
 Hi Rafael,

 thanks for the clear explanations!

 Rafael Calsaverini rafael.calsaver...@gmail.com writes:

 Anyway, if you have any kind of tip or suggestion about this, I'm
 really interested! :D

 Maybe you should have a look at section 11.4 Include files of the
 manuals: it's precisely design to tackle the problem you describe.

 HTH,

 --
  Bastien




[O] Exporting latex without preamble

2011-06-28 Thread Rafael Calsaverini
Hi,
is it possible to export an org file to latex with no preamble and no
\begin{document}?? I just needed to translate org-mode syntax to latex
syntax, with no other headers and preambles around the text. Is this
possible?

I tried to add a clean class to my .emacs like this:

;
(add-to-list 'org-export-latex-classes
  '(clean
 
 [NO-DEFAULT-PACKAGES]
 [NO-PACKAGES]
 [NO-EXTRA]
 (\\section{%s} . \\section*{%s})
 (\\subsection{%s} . \\subsection*{%s})
 (\\subsubsection{%s} . \\subsubsection*{%s})
 (\\paragraph{%s} . \\paragraph*{%s})
 (\\subparagraph{%s} . \\subparagraph*{%s})))
;


But when I try to export this file:

* Test
** Test 1
   blablabla
** Test 2
   lorem ipsum blabla

I get this:

% Created 2011-06-28 Tue 16:13


\providecommand{\alert}[1]{\textbf{#1}}

\title{bla}
\author{Rafael S. Calsaverini}
\date{\today}

\begin{document}

\maketitle

\setcounter{tocdepth}{3}
\tableofcontents
\vspace*{1cm}
\section{Test}
\label{sec-1}
\subsection{Test 1}
\label{sec-1-1}

   blablabla
\subsection{Test 2}
\label{sec-1-2}

   lorem ipsum blabla

\end{document}


Is there any option to turn the preamble off?


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[O] Fwd: Exporting latex without preamble

2011-06-28 Thread Rafael Calsaverini
Hi,
is it possible to export an org file to latex with no preamble and no
\begin{document}?? I just needed to translate org-mode syntax to latex
syntax, with no other headers and preambles around the text. Is this
possible?

I tried to add a clean class to my .emacs like this:

;
(add-to-list 'org-export-latex-classes
     '(clean
        
        [NO-DEFAULT-PACKAGES]
        [NO-PACKAGES]
        [NO-EXTRA]
        (\\section{%s} . \\section*{%s})
        (\\subsection{%s} . \\subsection*{%s})
        (\\subsubsection{%s} . \\subsubsection*{%s})
        (\\paragraph{%s} . \\paragraph*{%s})
        (\\subparagraph{%s} . \\subparagraph*{%s})))
;


But when I try to export this file:

* Test
** Test 1
  blablabla
** Test 2
  lorem ipsum blabla

I get this:

% Created 2011-06-28 Tue 16:13


\providecommand{\alert}[1]{\textbf{#1}}

\title{bla}
\author{Rafael S. Calsaverini}
\date{\today}

\begin{document}

\maketitle

\setcounter{tocdepth}{3}
\tableofcontents
\vspace*{1cm}
\section{Test}
\label{sec-1}
\subsection{Test 1}
\label{sec-1-1}

  blablabla
\subsection{Test 2}
\label{sec-1-2}

  lorem ipsum blabla

\end{document}


Is there any option to turn the preamble off?


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[O] Firefox 4 in Ubuntu 11.04 and org-protocol

2011-05-06 Thread Rafael

Hi!

Has anybody been succesful in using the tutorial 
http://orgmode.org/worg/org-contrib/org-protocol.html
in the setting described in the subject (Firefox 4, Ubuntu 11.04)?

Those instructions worked perfectly for me in previous versions of
Ubuntu and Firefox, but now I always get the dreaded message

Firefox doesn't know how to open this address, because the protocol
(org-protocol) isn't associated with any program.

I have run the two commands starting with 'gconftool-2', I have checked
with gconf-editor that the settings intended have been set, I have tried
the method in http://kb.mozillazine.org/Register_protocol and also that
in
http://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/The%20protocol%20is%20not%20associated%20with%20any%20program?s=protocolas=s.
 

No luck so far...





[O] Re: Release 7.5

2011-03-07 Thread Rafael Villarroel
Bastien b...@altern.org writes:

 * Imagemagick post-processing of LaTeX code block results 
   
   It is now possible to use imagemagick to process the output of
   LaTeX code blocks through to a wide variety of output formats.
   This patch is thanks to Andreas Leha, the following description
   is from his email to the mailing list.

But wasn't this recently removed?

http://orgmode.org/w/?p=org-mode.git;a=commit;h=c6f6b3421ee9050a980f8fa0b5615e3f7136e7a8

(is there any chance of getting it back?)

Best regards,
Rafael



[Orgmode] Full manual for beamer export?

2011-01-28 Thread Rafael Villarroel

Hello all,

The org-beamer tutorial at Worg
http://orgmode.org/worg/org-tutorials/org-beamer/tutorial.html refers to
a detailed manual for org-beamer in the first paragraph of section
3. However, the link is dead, and googling I cannot find another
document that could possibly be refering to, except the Beamer section
in the Org manual (12.6.6). So my question is: Is there really a full
org-beamer manual, and where is it?

Best regards,
Rafael

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[Orgmode] Re: Question on org-beamer markup

2011-01-12 Thread Rafael Villarroel
Sébastien Vauban wxhgmqzgw...@spammotel.com writes:

 Erik Iverson wrote:
 According to http://orgmode.org/worg/org-tutorials/org-beamer/tutorial.html

 the following markup should work when exporting to PDF from an org-beamer
 document.

 - the first, very @important@, point!
 - the previous point shows the use of the special markup which
   translates to the Beamer specific /alert/ command for highlighting
   text.

 However, upon export the resulting .tex file does not actually contain this
 translation from @important@ to the alert command, but rather sill has
 @important@ in the output.

 Am I missing some part of the setup process?

 You must update *manually* the var =org-export-latex-emphasis-alist=:

 #+begin_src emacs-lisp
   ;; alist of LaTeX expressions to convert emphasis fontifiers
   (setq org-export-latex-emphasis-alist
 '((* \\textbf{%s} nil)
   (/ \\emph{%s} nil)
   (_ \\underline{%s} nil)
   (+ \\st{%s} nil)
   (= \\url{%s} nil)
   ;; `url' breaks lines in long strings (was `verb')
   (~ \\verb~%s~ t)
   (@ \\alert{%s} nil)))
 #+end_src


This should be enough right?

  (add-to-list 'org-emphasis-alist '(@ org-warning i /i))
  (add-to-list 'org-export-latex-emphasis-alist '(@ \\alert{%s} nil))

However, it does not work for me with 
Org-mode version 7.4 (release_7.4.166.gf7a7.dirty)
(that is, neither the text between @'s is fontified, nor is exported to
an alert, as Erik mentioned.


This, however, does work for me:

  (add-to-list 'org-emphasis-alist '(+ org-warning i /i))
  (add-to-list 'org-export-latex-emphasis-alist '(+ \\alert{%s} nil))

so I'm thinking, maybe there is something else to be done to declare @
as a valid delimiter?

Regards,
Rafael

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[Orgmode] Re: My Gnus does not work with newest org

2010-12-17 Thread Rafael
Richard Riley rile...@googlemail.com writes:

 Rafael Villarroel rvf0...@gmail.com writes:

 Hello all,

 I have defined the following:

   (setq gnus-home-directory ~/Dropbox/gnus)
   (setq gnus-directory ~/Dropbox/gnus/News)
   (setq message-directory ~/Dropbox/gnus/Mail)

 and so my init Gnus file is at ~/Dropbox/gnus/.gnus. When loading
 org-mode just pulled from git, after M-x gnus I get the message that the
 nntp server cannot be loaded, then after C-h v org-init-file, I get
 that

 You mean gnus-init-file? Try customising it appropriately. Gnus kind of does
 its own thing 

Thanks for your answer, Richard. Yes, I meant gnus-init-file :). I also
tried (setq gnus-init-fine ~/Dropbox/gnus/.gnus). But then Gnus starts
downloading the list of newsgroups in the server, presumably because it
cannot find the other files where the suscribed groups are indicated.

I guess I could set some other variables and make it work somehow, but I
would always live in fear that there is still some other variable that
has to be tweaked and my setup would end up in a mess.. Besides, as I
mentioned, org 7.3 works just fine, but I would like to try the latest
and greatest features mentioned in this list.

 this variable points to ~/.gnus, which does not exist in my setup. This
 is Gnus 5.13. However, I do not have any problems with org 7.3.

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[Orgmode] Re: My Gnus does not work with newest org

2010-12-17 Thread Rafael
Rafael Villarroel rvf0...@gmail.com writes:

 I have defined the following:

   (setq gnus-home-directory ~/Dropbox/gnus)
   (setq gnus-directory ~/Dropbox/gnus/News)
   (setq message-directory ~/Dropbox/gnus/Mail)

 and so my init Gnus file is at ~/Dropbox/gnus/.gnus. When loading
 org-mode just pulled from git, after M-x gnus I get the message that the
 nntp server cannot be loaded, then after C-h v org-init-file, I get that
 this variable points to ~/.gnus, which does not exist in my setup. This
 is Gnus 5.13. However, I do not have any problems with org 7.3.

I see now that org-mode 7.4 is OK too. Something odd about recent
versions (pulled from git) is that gnus-init-file is defined just after
Emacs starts (and points, incorrectly for me, to ~/.gnus). However, with
org 7.4., I have to run M-x gnus to have gnus-init-file defined, and
with value ~/Dropbox/gnus/.gnus, as desired. 

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[Orgmode] My Gnus does not work with newest org

2010-12-16 Thread Rafael Villarroel

Hello all,

I have defined the following:

  (setq gnus-home-directory ~/Dropbox/gnus)
  (setq gnus-directory ~/Dropbox/gnus/News)
  (setq message-directory ~/Dropbox/gnus/Mail)

and so my init Gnus file is at ~/Dropbox/gnus/.gnus. When loading
org-mode just pulled from git, after M-x gnus I get the message that the
nntp server cannot be loaded, then after C-h v org-init-file, I get that
this variable points to ~/.gnus, which does not exist in my setup. This
is Gnus 5.13. However, I do not have any problems with org 7.3.

I would appreciate any advice on how to make this work! Thanks.

Rafael

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[Orgmode] The \only overlay in beamer

2010-09-18 Thread Rafael Calsaverini
Hi there.

I'm trying to use the \only command to produce a beamer presentation but
it seems that org-beamer filters out this. I've tried it in many different
ways, and didn't get the desired effect.

Particularly, I've tried the obviously wrong thing:
#+STARTUP:  beamer
#+LaTeX_CLASS: beamer
#+LaTeX_CLASS_OPTIONS: [smaller, presentation]

* Foo
** Slide 1
\only1 {
***  Block1 :B_block:
 :PROPERTIES:
 :BEAMER_env: block
 :END:
 - bla11
 - bla12
 - bla13
}
\only2{
***  Block2 :B_block:
 :PROPERTIES:
 :BEAMER_env: block
 :END:
 - bla21
 - bla22
 - bla23
}

Which obviously break-up. And I also tried what I believe would be a nice
syntax for this:

* Foo
** Slide 1
***  Block1:B_block:
 :PROPERTIES:
 :BEAMER_envargs: \only1
 :BEAMER_env: block
 :END:
 - bla11
 - bla12
 - bla13

***  Block2 :B_block:
 :PROPERTIES:
 :BEAMER_envargs: \only2
 :BEAMER_env: block
 :END:
 - bla21
 - bla22
 - bla23

Apparently the parser just removes the \only and interprets this as 1
and 2. The resulting latex is exactly the same as if the \only wasn't
there.

Is there a way to use the \only overlay in a clean way?

Thank you very much.

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[Orgmode] Bibtex and latex export

2010-09-16 Thread Rafael Calsaverini
Hi there,

I'm trying to use org-mode to compose latex documents and I'm having a
problem with bibtex. When I export to pdf with C-c C-e p, pdflatex runs and
everything works gracefully with respect to the latex code (the output is
even prettier than I used to have patience to do only with latex), but
bibtex isn't called.

I tried to fiddle with org-exp-bibtex, which is nice, but apparently it
don't call bibtex either.

I tried to edit the function that calls pdflatex to include a call to
bibtex, but to be honest I know zero about lisp, so I couldn't even edit a
simple list of commands. :P (I must be the only emacs user in the world that
can't write or read lisp... it would be swell if I could use haskell to
extend emacs instead of lisp :P).

How should I go about automatically including a call to bibtex whenever I
want to export my org document as a pdf?

Thanks for your time, and sorry to bore you with simple questions...
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[Orgmode] Bibtex and latex export

2010-09-15 Thread Rafael Calsaverini
Hi there,

I'm trying to use org-mode to compose latex documents and I'm having a
problem with bibtex. When I export to pdf with C-c C-e p, pdflatex runs and
everything works gracefully with respect to the latex code (the output is
even prettier than I used to have patience to do only with latex), but
bibtex isn't called.

I've  tried to fiddle with org-exp-bibtex, which is nice, but apparently it
don't call bibtex either.

I've tried to edit the function that calls pdflatex to include a call to
bibtex, but to be honest I know zero about lisp, so I couldn't even edit a
simple list of commands. :P (I must be the only emacs user in the world that
can't write or read lisp... it would be swell if I could use haskell to
extend emacs instead of lisp :P).

How should I go about automatically including a call to bibtex whenever I
want to export my org document as a pdf?

Thanks for your time, and sorry to bore you with simple questions...
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[Orgmode] Re: Agenda and weather forecast | language and units

2010-09-09 Thread Rafael
Juan Pechiar pech...@computer.org writes:

 E.g. %%(org-google-weather Montevideo,Uruguay es)

Unfortunately, none of Pachuca, Pachuca,Mexico,
Pachuca,Hidalgo,Mexico work for me (I get a Bad sexp error) :(
(New York is fine, however..).

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[Orgmode] Re: gnash crunch... latex whitespace defaults! + numbering in only some subheadings

2010-09-02 Thread Rafael
Matt Price mopto...@gmail.com writes:

 1) what is te recommended or canonical way to reduce whitespace, not only in
 the margins, but especially between paragraphs?  In particular, I use a lot of
 lists and subheadings; latex puts enormous emounts of whatespace between 
 items,
 and very quickly the syllabus becomes difficult to navigate.  It would be 
 great
 for me if I could make these settings default, too -- I would much rather have
 my paper copies look more word-processor-ish, to ocnform iwth expectations in
 my discipline (history).

Not exactly the canonical way, but I have the following in documents I'm
planning to export to LaTeX to make whitespace bearable:

#+LATEX_HEADER: 
#+LATEX_HEADER: \let\olditemize=\itemize
#+LATEX_HEADER: \def\itemize{
#+LATEX_HEADER: \olditemize
#+LATEX_HEADER: \setlength{\itemsep}{-0.8ex}
#+LATEX_HEADER: }
#+LATEX_HEADER: \let\oldenumerate=\enumerate
#+LATEX_HEADER: \def\enumerate{
#+LATEX_HEADER: \oldenumerate
#+LATEX_HEADER: \setlength{\itemsep}{-0.8ex}
#+LATEX_HEADER: }

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[Orgmode] Re: How to customize the org-mode's BEGIN_SRC HTML output

2010-08-25 Thread Rafael
Puneeth puncha...@gmail.com writes:

 The line breaks being stripped off is due to code in org2blog. It has
 nothing to do with org-mode's export. Wordpress does not ignore
 linebreaks in the content, which looks very ugly for normal posts.
 Code in org2blog strips off the line breaks from the html generated by
 org-export-as-html. It checks for pre and blockquote tags and
 leaves out the newlines within those tags. This is (most) probably
 what is causing trouble.

 I'll only be able to look into it in the weekend. Anybody is free to
 beat me to that. :)

This is a workaround, all based on work by Puneeth and Benjamin, that
seems to work for me. I did not know what to do with Benjamin's advice
stuff (Just evaluating it changed nothing in the output). 

;; Benjamin's stuff, one line changed
(defun bnb/org2blog-src-blocks-to-wp-syntaxhighlighter ()
  Export #+BEGIN_SRC blocks as Wordpress Syntaxhighlighter
tags. There is a special header option, :syntaxhl that contains
the options to pass to syntaxhighlighter.
This is intended to be added to `org-export-preprocess-hooks'
  (interactive)
  (save-window-excursion
(let ((case-fold-search t)
  (colon-re ^[ \t]*:\\([ \t]\\|$\\))
  lang body headers syntaxhl
  beg)
  (goto-char (point-min))
  (while (re-search-forward colon-re nil t)
(replace-match (match-string 1))
(beginning-of-line 1)
(insert [text light=\true\]\n)
(setq beg (point))
(while (looking-at colon-re)
  (replace-match (match-string 1))
  (end-of-line 1)
  (or (eobp) (forward-char 1)))
(end-of-line 1)
(add-text-properties beg
 (if (bolp)
 (1- (point))
   (point))
 '(org-protected t))
(insert \n[/text]))
  (unless (boundp 'org-babel-src-block-regexp)
(require 'ob))
  (while (re-search-forward
  (concat \\( org-babel-src-block-regexp
  \\| org-babel-inline-src-block-regexp
  \\))
  nil t)
(setq lang (match-string-no-properties 3))
(if (string-match - lang)
(error SyntaxHighlighter does not support languages with '-' in 
the names))
(setq headers (match-string-no-properties 5))
(setq body (match-string-no-properties 6))
(save-match-data
  (setq syntaxhl
(if (string-match :syntaxhl[ ]+\\([^ ]+\\) headers)
(concat   (replace-regexp-in-string \;   
(match-string 1 headers))
(replace-match
 ;(concat \n\n[ lang syntaxhl ]\n body [/ lang ]\n)
 (concat \n\n[sourcecode language=\ lang syntaxhl \]\n body 
[/sourcecode]\n)
 nil t)

(add-hook 'org-export-preprocess-hook 
'bnb/org2blog-src-blocks-to-wp-syntaxhighlighter)

;; searching for [sourcecode ... ] ... [/sourcecode] so that newlines
;; are not removed
;; Puneeth's stuff, two lines changed
(defun org2blog-strip-new-lines (html)
  Strip the new lines from the html, except in pre and blockquote tags.
  (save-excursion
(with-temp-buffer
  (let* (start-pos end-pos)
(insert html)
(setq start-pos (point-min))
(goto-char start-pos)
(while (re-search-forward \\[sourcecode.* nil t 1)
  (setq end-pos (match-beginning 0))
  (replace-regexp \\\n   nil start-pos end-pos)
  (re-search-forward \\[/sourcecode.* nil t 1)
  (setq start-pos (match-end 0))
  (goto-char start-pos))
(setq end-pos (point-max))
(replace-regexp \\\n   nil start-pos end-pos)
(buffer-substring-no-properties (point-min) (point-max))


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