Re: [PATCH] Fix org-comment-line-break-function

2021-12-06 Thread Richard Lawrence
Kaushal Modi writes: > On Sat, Dec 4, 2021, 5:25 PM Tim Cross wrote: > >> Given that Nicholas cannot remember the reason for the original function >> and suspects it was meant to be an internal only function, I think this >> patch is probably the best way forward and should be applied. > >

Re: [PATCH] Fix org-comment-line-break-function

2021-12-01 Thread Richard Lawrence
Tim Cross writes: > Well, that is the big question - why was > org-comment-line-break-function added instead of just using the > default comment-indent-new-line? Looking back at commit d58d40f0c864ae3a6d7c66df34769619ad2486c1, I see this comment was added by Nicolas (still in org.el): ;;

[PATCH] Fix org-comment-line-break-function (was: Is M-j broken for you in Org on Emacs 27 and 28?)

2021-11-30 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Tim and all, Thanks for sticking with me here... Tim Cross writes: > I just checked this when running emacs -Q and get the following > > comment-line-break-function is a variable defined in ‘simple.el’. > > Its value is ‘org-comment-line-break-function’ > > and fill-prefix is > >

Re: Is M-j broken for you in Org on Emacs 27 and 28?

2021-11-29 Thread Richard Lawrence
Tim Cross writes: > I think something is very wrong if your Emacs 28 has org 9.3. I'm pretty > sure the earliest version which was bundled with Emacs 28 was 9.4 - it > is certainly 9.5 now and that is the version that will be bundled with > it when it is released. Fair enough -- I did think

Re: Is M-j broken for you in Org on Emacs 27 and 28?

2021-11-29 Thread Richard Lawrence
Sorry, forgot to reply to this: Tim Cross writes: > Note that C-j in org mode is different from 'normal' C-j in that it is > bound to org-return-and-maybe-indent. If you want M-j to act like C-j in > org mode, you would need to rebind M-j to org-return-and-maybe-indent in > an appropriate org

Re: Is M-j broken for you in Org on Emacs 27 and 28?

2021-11-29 Thread Richard Lawrence
Tim Cross writes: > I'm running Emacs 28 and cannot reproduce the issue you observe. Hmm, the plot thickens! > Running emacs -Q I find M-j is bound to > > M-j runs the command default-indent-new-line (found in global-map), > which is an interactive compiled Lisp function in ‘simple.el’. I

Re: Is M-j broken for you in Org on Emacs 27 and 28?

2021-11-28 Thread Richard Lawrence
Colin Baxter  writes: > I confirm that it also appears broken to me in emacs-27.2, with the same > error as you found. I have never noticed it before, possibly because I > use C-j rather than M-j. Thanks for confirming. Do you know what the difference between C-j and M-j is "supposed" to be?

Is M-j broken for you in Org on Emacs 27 and 28?

2021-11-28 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Org community, Some questions for those of you on Emacs 27 and 28: Does M-j in an org-mode buffer do what you expect? Does it throw an error? What function is M-j bound to in Org? Backstory: I have long been on Emacs 26.3 (in Debian stable) but recently decided to try a newer Emacs from GNU

Re: Citations merged!

2021-07-20 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi everyone, Nicolas Goaziou writes: > It took years, but citations are now full part of Org syntax. Sorry to be late to the party, but congratulations and thanks to all of those who worked on this, especially Nicolas, Bruce, Denis and András! It's really wonderful to see this work come to

Re: allow HTML block to escape from outline-text div? WAS: BUG? unable to surround subtrees with html tag

2021-06-22 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Matt, Matt Price writes: >> I would like to be able to surround some portion of a subtree with a tag, >> e.g.: >> >> * parent >> some text >> #+HTML: >> ** child 2 >> some boxed content >> ** child 2 >>more boxed content >> #+HTML: >> ** child 3 >> unboxed content > I don't know

Re: Cannot schedule something for 2039?

2021-06-07 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Alan, alan.schm...@polytechnique.org writes: > I need to schedule something for 2039, but when I do it the date is set > for 2037. I tried with a plain emacs config and I see the same issue. Is > this a bug? whoa, that's a weird behavior, but it seems not to be a bug. I learned something

Re: org-cite: make 'suppress-author' a citation 'style'

2021-04-27 Thread Richard Lawrence
Denis Maier writes: > I think Bruce's point was that author suppresion list items other than > the first lies in the jurisdiction of the citeproc, and has to be > handled depending on citation style. (I.e., user input does /not/ matter > here.) Ahhh OK, that makes it clearer. Thanks! Sorry

Re: org-cite: make 'suppress-author' a citation 'style'

2021-04-27 Thread Richard Lawrence
"Bruce D'Arcus" writes: >> e.g. you can write >> >> Smith claims foo [(cite): -@Smith2019; -@Smith2020; see also @Jones2018]. >> >> to render >> >> Smith claims foo (2019; 2020; see also Jones 2018). > You identified the same case Andras and I discussed just above. > > I think the solution is

Re: org-cite: make 'suppress-author' a citation 'style'

2021-04-26 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi all, "Bruce D'Arcus" writes: >> We introduced :suppress-author because someone requested it at some >> point. I don't remember who, but it may be worth asking that person. >> > > I did some quick searching. > > Wow; this goes back a long time! > >

Re: Problems while trying to load feature

2021-03-14 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Ypo, Ypo writes: > Problems while trying to load feature ‘ol-org-w3m’ [etc.] > > It says "ol-..." because I tried to solve it after reading the mail > list. It is said that it happens because in version 27.1 files changed > their name from "org-bbdb" to "ol-org-bbdb", but as you can

Re: [PATCH] capture: Fix handling of time range for :time-prompt

2021-02-02 Thread Richard Lawrence
Kyle Meyer writes: > Pushed (3e64d3475). Thank you! >> As far as I can tell, that is not fully possible today, even with this >> patch. The reason is that time *range* information entered at the prompt >> generated by :time-prompt gets thrown away. The reason for *that* is >> that

Re: [PATCH] capture: Fix handling of time range for :time-prompt

2021-01-31 Thread Richard Lawrence
e of processing the time range > in a way that matches org-capture-set-target-location's intent: when > org-end-time-was-given is bound, org-read-date-analyze splits off the > end value of the range and stores it in org-end-time-was-given. Drop > the custom logic and let org-read-date-

Re: clock-table and hooking that into org-capture file+olp+datetree

2021-01-30 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Christopher and all, "Christopher Causer" writes: >> Note that org-datetree-find-date has a slightly annoying interface, in >> that you need to provide a list of three integers representing a >> calendar date. > > Yes, that is a little awkward. What I did think of using was substrings to >

Re: clock-table and hooking that into org-capture file+olp+datetree

2021-01-30 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Christopher, "Christopher Causer" writes: > Hello everyone! Here's a reasonably easy (I think) question because I'm quite > new to Emacs and org-mode. > > I have an org-capture template using file+olp+datetree[1], which works great > at filing my thoughts for the day. Separately I know I

[PATCH] incorrect timestamps with :time-prompt and datetrees

2021-01-12 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi everyone, Bumping this, since I forgot to put "PATCH" in the subject line before. Richard Lawrence writes: > Here is a patch for this issue. It uses a narrower regex to match a time > range. This regex requires time ranges to have ":MM" or an AM/PM >

Re: Bug: incorrect timestamps with :time-prompt and datetrees

2021-01-06 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi everyone, Richard Lawrence writes: > I can now confirm that this is the problem. It looks like what is happening > here > is that the regex is meant to match a time range, but ends up matching > the date: thus a string like "12-31 13:00" gets mangled to "12 13:0

Re: Bug: incorrect timestamps with :time-prompt and datetrees

2020-12-24 Thread Richard Lawrence
Richard Lawrence writes: > This is org 9.4 running from maint (commit ab00524fc). I spent a while > stepping through org-capture and org-read-date but haven't found the > problem yet. I suspect this snippet from a cond form in the middle of > org-capture-set-target-location: >

Bug: incorrect timestamps with :time-prompt and datetrees

2020-12-24 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi all, I ran into a subtle bug yesterday. Basically, when using org-capture to capture - an entry into a datetree, - on a date other than today (using :time-prompt in org-capture-templates) - with a capture template that inserts a timestamp (%T) then I get incorrect results for either

Re: typos in doc.org

2020-11-12 Thread Richard Lawrence
hj-orgmod...@hj.proberto.com writes: > https://www.orgmode.org/worg/sources/doc.org : > > availables -> available ,  uesr -> user : Fixed - thanks for the report! -- Best, Richard

Re: Bug: unexpected new page started after bullet line [9.1.9 (release_9.1.9-65-g5e4542 @ /usr/share/emacs/26.3/lisp/org/)]

2020-10-10 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Rob, Rob Sargent writes: > This construct causes a new page to be started > * head > ** subhead > - bullet ... in which export backend? You say you are using LibreOffice, but you provided an example Org file with many LaTeX-related options. Do you see the page break in a LibreOffice

Re: Customize resheduling behaviour

2020-09-30 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Stefan, Stefan Huchler writes: > I have a task sheduled like that: > > * TODO Order from a delivery service > SCHEDULED: <2020-10-06 Di .+2w> > > ... > Is there a way to reshedule it, if it fails 1 week later and if I > complete it, reshedule 2 weeks later? I don't think there's any way

Re: Bug: Math mode doesn't work if followed by a dash [9.4 (nil @ /home/gutin/.emacs.d/.local/straight/build/org-mode/)]

2020-09-29 Thread Richard Lawrence
"Berry, Charles" writes: > The case Gutin describes conforms to the documentation, viz. `$x\beta$-` > should produce math mode LaTeX as I read the next paragraph. > > From (info "(org) LaTeX fragments"): > >• Text within the usual LaTeX math delimiters. To avoid conflicts > with

Re: Bug: Math mode doesn't work if followed by a dash [9.4 (nil @ /home/gutin/.emacs.d/.local/straight/build/org-mode/)]

2020-09-28 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Gutin, gutin writes: > What I meant is that if you type > > $*$-algebra > > and hit C-c C-x C-l, then the "$*$" doesn't get replaced with a > mathematical image. A similar problem happens when you export to Latex: > The dollar signs get escaped. I believe this is intentional. There are

Re: Bug: Math mode doesn't work if followed by a dash [9.4 (nil @ /home/gutin/.emacs.d/.local/straight/build/org-mode/)]

2020-09-28 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Gutin, gutin writes: > If a pair of dollar signs is followed by a dash, then math mode doesn't > work. Can you say a bit more about what you are trying to do, what you are expecting to happen, and what you are seeing instead? Since you refer to math mode, I assume you are exporting to

Re: newline or no newline at end of capture: expected behavior

2020-09-27 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Samuel, > On 9/23/20, Samuel Wales wrote: >> i have the same question for headline-only capture >> buffers. i.e. what is the expected result with and without trailing >> newline. Just to clarify: are you aware of the :empty-lines, :empty-lines-before and :empty-lines-after keys that you can

Re: Get Grades Done: the joys of Org's simple power

2020-06-19 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Devin, Devin Prater writes: > Ah, I’m using Safari on MacOS 10.15. I can try with Chrome as well, though. Did it work in Chrome, and/or when you moved the script to the end of the file? For what it's worth, here is a new version that should work better regardless of where it's placed in

Re: Get Grades Done: the joys of Org's simple power

2020-06-14 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Devin and all, Devin Prater writes: > Yeah, I was hoping to just have an HTML page or something that could > be put on Github or just sent in an email attachment, where checking > checkboxes would update the fraction cookie. I hacked together a quick solution for this. You should be able to

Re: Get Grades Done: the joys of Org's simple power

2020-06-14 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Devin, Devin Prater writes: > I tried that on my file, but the checkboxes didn’t update. I’ll give you the > kind of file I’m working with: OK, sorry about that! Two things: 1) I see now that my code assumes the script block runs immediately, so it doesn't work if the script runs before

Re: wip-cite status question and feedback

2020-05-02 Thread Richard Lawrence
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > I think there are really two paths here: either we only support the > common denominator between all processors, like, e.g., Pandoc, or we > handle every possible command, knowing that most of them will not be > portable anyways. Yes, I think that is the core issue:

Re: wip-cite status question and feedback

2020-05-01 Thread Richard Lawrence
> locally. It could also be, e.g., "cite/footnote", then both "cite/text" >> and "cite/paren" could be of some use. That was suggested by Richard >> Lawrence in this thread, if my memory serves me right. >> >> Does that make sense? > > I think so. I'll d

Re: wip-cite status question and feedback

2020-04-19 Thread Richard Lawrence
"Bruce D'Arcus" writes: > I can't see that it's necessary to have a fourth, because I think the > result of that would be this, which doesn't make any sense. > > 4. "Doe blah blah {2017}"/"Doe blah blah {[3]}" -> > author-in-text+suppress-author command > > Let us know what you think? I think

Re: wip-cite status question and feedback

2020-04-18 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Bruce and all, "Bruce D'Arcus" writes: > Just to align what you're saying and what I'm saying: > > I see three commands in the pandoc syntax: standard/parenthetical, > author-in-text, and suppress-author; that look like so: > > [@doe17] > @doe17 > -@doe17 > > Implicit in what you wrote is

Re: wip-cite status question and feedback

2020-04-18 Thread Richard Lawrence
Joost Kremers writes: > Good points. I guess what this boils down to is whether Org wants > to be like LaTeX, where simple things are doable and complicated > things possible, or Pandoc, where simple things are simple indeed > and complicated things essentially impossible. > > To clarify: in

Re: wip-cite status question and feedback

2020-04-18 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi all, Nice to see this issue being discussed again! I don't have a lot to add and at the moment I don't have a lot of time to contribute, but I wanted to make one point about this issue: Joost Kremers writes: > On Mon, Apr 13 2020, Nicolas Goaziou wrote: >> denis.maier.li...@mailbox.org

Re: Release 9.3

2019-12-03 Thread Richard Lawrence
Dear Bastien and all, Bastien writes: > I've released Org 9.3. > ... > As usual, this is the work of Nicolas acting as a maintainer > and of many other contributors! Thank you, Bastien, Nicolas, and everyone else! I haven't been very active on the list of late, but I am using and loving Org as

Re: mobile org

2019-11-19 Thread Richard Lawrence
Neil Jerram writes: > If org-web and organice are browser-based, why do they need syncing? Could > the server be your regular non-mobile Org machine? Presumably yes, if you're willing to keep it online and run a WebDAV server on it. > On Tue, 19 Nov 2019 at 08:57, Diego Zamboni wrote: >>

Re: mobile org

2019-11-18 Thread Richard Lawrence
Jude DaShiell writes: > Will mobile org work in Android PI? If not, any good alternatives beyond > orgsly available? I don't like to have to use dropbox and would like to > plug a usb cord into my computer and synchtronize my orgmode files that > way if possible. I saw this recently, and

Re: included text

2019-11-04 Thread Richard Lawrence
"Fraga, Eric" writes: > Mind you, an alternative could be #+CALL-ing a src block > that generates the text as output? On these lines: I've been thinking recently that it would be great to be able to tangle/export other kinds of blocks (quotes, examples, etc.) via the same kind of mechanism that

Re: [O] CUSTOM_ID vs ID

2019-08-01 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Nate, Nathan Neff writes: > However, I usually *do* manually assign IDs (not CUSTOM_IDs) myself. > The reason is so I can reasonably search for the ID within my org > files and that the link ID makes some sense to me. > > For example, if I see a link to "id:keyboard_shortcuts" I can tell

Re: [O] Show weekday in daily agenda view

2019-05-15 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Johanna, "Prof. Dr. Johanna May" writes: > thanks for pointing me at the variable org-agenda-format-date. There > was a line in my dotemacs that included a formatting without the > weekday (something like %y-%w-%d). Ah, ok, great! > I could not figure out how the name-of-the-weekday

Re: [O] Show weekday in daily agenda view

2019-05-14 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Johanna, johanna@th-koeln.de writes: > maybe I did not search the right way in google alias startpage. But I > could not figure out how to write next to the date e.g. 2000-04-01 the > weekday, i.e. the specific day of the week. It would come very handy to > have the date displayed as

Re: [O] Order of items after a headline in an Org outline?

2019-02-09 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi David, David Masterson writes: > Is there a documented requirement of the order of things in a Org > outline? My understanding is that a lot of work in recent years has gone into making Org's syntax more consistent, and this is an ongoing effort. So, sometimes things still work if

Re: [O] Org-Publish of a PDF ??

2018-12-12 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi David, David Masterson writes: > When I publish my project, I find that my org files are first generated > into tex and pdf files in directory1 and then the tex/pdf files are > copied to directory2. What I would like is for the tex/pdf files to be > directly generated in directory2 with no

Re: [O] “Fuzzy” times (“evening”, “morning”, “night”…)

2018-12-09 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Leo, Leo Gaspard writes: > In the process of migrating all my self-organization to org-mode, I > noticed there is something that cannot currently be encoded in > timestamps: fuzzy times, where an appointment is made for “Dec 4, Tue, > evening” but with the hours not yet fixed. > ... > To be

Re: [O] In LaTeX export, can I control what heading type a headline goes to?

2018-11-29 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Bill, William Denton writes: > Is there a way, exporting as a book, to make Org skip "part" and make a > top-level Org headline turn into a chapter? Is there a built-in way, or do I > need to make my own class in org-latex-classes that has the structure I want? Another simple solution

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

2018-04-30 Thread Richard Lawrence
Jon Snader writes: I use the

Re: [O] Should wip-cite branch be merged to master?

2018-04-25 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi everyone, I don't have too much to add to this, though I do want to thank everyone for their continued interest in citations, and the work that has been done! Since the question of syntax has come up again, I guess I want to address one point that András made: András Simonyi

Re: [O] aligning images, html attributes ignored when exporting to html (longish, sorry)

2018-04-23 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Andreas, Andreas Reuleaux writes: Leaving out the double quotes may be comfortable, but I am not sure if this was a good idea: makes it difficult to see which parts belong to the style, and where the alt attribute starts: #+attr_html: :style float: right; border: 1px

Re: [O] Org citations, CSL and citeproc-el

2018-01-10 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi András and all: Sorry for the delay. András Simonyi writes: Another question is the syntax for specifying the bibliography to be used and, maybe, the location where the bibliography should be placed. Org-ref (ab)uses links for these purposes as well. Was

Re: [O] Org citations, CSL and citeproc-el

2018-01-05 Thread Richard Lawrence
Dear Simonyi, Simonyi András writes: a few days ago I've released the first public version of citeproc-el (https://github.com/andras-simonyi/citeproc-el), a CSL 1.01 citation processor library for Emacs. Wow! I don't know if you are aware, but we had discussed

Re: [O] Properties lost when closing, scheduling, etc.

2017-10-10 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi John, John Goerzen writes: Unfortunately, org-mode only recognizes the PROPERTIES when they occur immediately after the headline. So whenever I take an action on an item like this, the properties become invisible to org-mode. What version of Org are you

[O] Agenda filtering (take 2)

2017-10-02 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi everyone, About a year ago, I wrote: Is there a simple way for me to say to the agenda, "Show me all (and only) the NEXT tasks that are part of a project whose deadline is before (say) 2016-11-01"? It seems like this should be possible with the built-in agenda but I can't quite figure

Re: [O] Auto-filling in org-mode without affecting the headlines

2017-09-10 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Narendra, Narendra Joshi writes: I would like to have auto-fill enabled in org-mode but would like to prevent headings from being auto-filled. Is something available in org-mode that would allow me to do this? I have used auto-fill-mode in Org buffers for quite a

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

2017-08-21 Thread Richard Lawrence
Nicolas Goaziou writes: I would like to remove Org Struct minor mode from Org code base. Like others, I only use Org Struct mode to get some Org-like list handling and such when I'm writing email, and as Nicolas observes, it barely works. So I'm OK with this,

Re: [O] LaTeX Export

2017-08-10 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Scott, Scott Randby writes: I tried this in the properties associated with a subtree: :export_latex_header: \hypersetup{pdfauthor={foo},pdftitle={foo},pdfsubject={foo},pdfkeywords={foo},pdfproducer={foo},pdfcreator={foo}} Unfortunately, all the other LaTeX headers

Re: [O] How to paginate Babel Lisp output?

2017-07-09 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Jean, Jean Louis writes: I have a very simple lisp output within Org Mode file, and it delivers list of lists with 4-5 elements, and it displays nicely as a text. (Do you mean: as a table?) #+BEGIN_SRC lisp :exports results (load

Re: [O] Price/ list comparison

2017-02-01 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Eduardo, "Eduardo V." writes: > I constantly buy diodes, resistors, etc. for projects and i mostly save the > receipts. > > I want to know if there is an org-mode way (or any other software) that > let's me input all the data form the receipts and tell me which components

Re: [O] Getting "Chapter" before a heading number

2016-12-29 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Peter, Peter Davis writes: > I'm preparing a proposed table of contents for a book, and I'd like the HTML > output to appear like: > > Chapter 1 Blah > 1.1 blah > 1.2 blah blah > 1.3 blah blah blah > > Chapter 2 Blah Blah > 2.1 blah > 2.2 blah blah > > etc. > >

Re: [O] sending an email to an orgmode file?

2016-12-21 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Xebar, Xebar Saram writes: > im looking for a simple solution that will allow me to send an email from > my mobile phone and habr that email either be appended to a txt(org) file > or perhaps another solution to get my mobile on the go notes onto my laptop > orgmode file.

Re: [O] Citation syntax: now supported in Pandoc

2016-12-01 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Nicolas, Nicolas Goaziou writes: > I rebased wip-cite onto master. I didn't test the branch but "make test" > reports no problem. Great, thanks! I guess this does not include the preliminary work on the org-cite library (from Aaron Ecay's wip-cite-awe branch), or

Re: [O] Citation syntax: now supported in Pandoc

2016-12-01 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Matt, Matt Price writes: > Richard, is wip-cite up to date with recent git versions of org-mode? Nope. At least, I have not done any work on this, and I don't know of anyone else who has either. I suppose I should rebase it onto master again, but it's hard to justify

Re: [O] latex export: can I add an optional argument to an item?

2016-12-01 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Alan, Alan Schmitt writes: > I would like to generate the following latex export: > > \begin{itemize} > \item[\Checkmark] foo > \end{itemize} It's not exactly pretty, but you can use a description list while resetting it to the itemize environment, like:

[O] Citation syntax: now supported in Pandoc

2016-11-20 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi everyone, With Org 9.0 out, I thought it might be a good time to revisit the issue of citation syntax. Not much has happened with this recently, but I do have one bit of progress to report: About six months ago, Albert Krewinkel, who maintains the support for Org syntax in Pandoc [1], wrote

[O] Agenda filtering

2016-10-24 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi everyone, I have an Org file with a lot of projects that look like this: * TODO Project A DEADLINE: <2016-10-28 Fri> ** NEXT Subtask 1 ** TODO Subtask 2 * TODO Project B DEADLINE: <2016-10-31 Mon> ** DONE Subtask 1 ** NEXT Subtask 2 Some of these projects have deadlines far in the

Re: [O] How to change agenda sorting order temporarily?

2016-05-30 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Martin, Martin Beck writes: > I'm working with a lot of pre-defined agendas, but I sometimes would > like to change the sorting order of one of those to different criteria > (by time, alphanumerically, etc.). > I did not find a way to do that in org-mode directly - did I

Re: [O] Annotating org exporters

2016-05-11 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Sebastian and all, Sebastian Fischmeister writes: > I'm still undecided between a regex replace and org-entities. Is there > a straightforward way to define own directives for orgmode to then > support something like the following? > > #+LaTeX_EXPORT:

Re: [O] Annotating org exporters

2016-05-10 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Sebasitan, Sebastian Fischmeister writes: > Is there a simple way to build regex-based extensions to the exporters? > For example, I would like to convert this string "=>" to $\rightarrow$ > when converting the document to latex. There's an example of how to do

Re: [O] pandoc-style citations

2016-04-28 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Alex, Alex Fenton writes: >> Export is where efforts stalled last year. > > That's understandable, given that, as you say, it's a complex problem > given the range of citation styles and output formats. It's still a > shame given the work that you (pl.) have put

Re: [O] pandoc-style citations

2016-04-27 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Alex, Alex Fenton writes: > I see that there were several extensive and fruitful discussions on this > list last year on citation syntax. There seemed to be a reasonable > degree of consensus that pandoc-style citation syntax was at the least a > good model. > >

Re: [O] [OT] A new web browser‽

2016-04-10 Thread Richard Lawrence
Eric Abrahamsen writes: > I installed the eww-lnum package right away, as that provides the main > functionality I liked from Conkeror: hit a key, and pick a link to do > something with. Rather strangely, the KeySnail plugin for Firefox seems > to do everything *but*

Re: [O] Export Subtree to LaTeX: no EXPORT_LATEX_CLASS_OPTIONS ?

2016-02-21 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Axel, Axel Kielhorn writes: > I want to export a subtree with a columnview dynamic block in > landscape orientation. I don’t want just a rotated table, the whole > page should be in landscape mode. I may have to tweak the page layout > using geometry as well, thus

Re: [O] Attach a Word doc in org mode file

2016-01-29 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Eliya, (I'm sending my reply to the list; please use reply-all or similar so your responses go to the list, too.) Eliya Voldman writes: > I'm using Windows OS. > I'm using Emacs package from Cygwin hence I open any file types e.g. .doc > using %cygstart.exe file.docx I

Re: [O] Attach a Word doc in org mode file

2016-01-28 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Eliya, Eliya Voldman writes: > How could I attach a Word document in my .org file? I could do it for plain > text file like C-c C-a but not .doc type. > > In other words: attach Word doc is not a problem but the problem is to open > it. What OS are you on? Windows? OS

[O] Bug: [PATCH] Tiny timezone bug in ox-icalendar [8.3.3 (release_8.3.3-2-g6bc48c @ /home/rwl/src/org-mode/lisp/)]

2016-01-21 Thread Richard Lawrence
into the description field rather than the timezone field. Here's a patch that fixes that. Note that it should be applied to maint. I did not generate a commit against master, but I can if need be. Best, Richard >From 410ba46791e2f4cf470f8727298c3faa5b717e56 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Richard Lawre

Re: [O] Can weekly agenda show children nodes?

2016-01-04 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Tomasz, Tomasz Piotrowski writes: > I usually plan my activities for a single day without specifying time of > day it should be accomplished, e.g., > > * <2016-01-04 Mon> > ** Item 1 > ** Item 2 > > In agenda, children nodes of > > * <2016-01-04 Mon> > > are

Re: [O] Org list source block

2016-01-03 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Jarmo, Jarmo Hurri writes: > I am trying to define a checklist and then use the same list in my > exported document in multiple locations. ... > What is the correct solution to this? Would an #+INCLUDE file work here? See

Re: [O] LaTeX export with section number, name and page in internal links

2015-12-09 Thread Richard Lawrence
John Kitchin writes: >> I do something like this with custom link types. > Aha! I am not the only one ;) > >> >> First of all, have a look at the variable >> >> org-latex-prefer-user-labels > > Is this a new 8.3 variable? It doesn't seem to be in my 8.2.10 MELPA >

Re: [O] LaTeX export with section number, name and page in internal links

2015-12-08 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Ilya, Ilya writes: > I export my Org-Mode notes with internal links to LaTeX and I want it to > look like this ''Section 1.1 [Section name], page 99'' (Like in the Org > Manual). I use this construction: > > #+BEGIN_EXAMPLE > * Chapter 1 > ** Section 1.1 >

Re: [O] More questions about CSL and org-mode

2015-12-07 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi John, John Kitchin writes: > Thanks. > > Its an interesting jam. You want to have multiple outputs as a > possibility, but there isn't a robust markup that readily works across > all backends. Yes, indeed. > On export the in-text citations are transformed to

Re: [O] More questions about CSL and org-mode

2015-12-06 Thread Richard Lawrence
Richard Lawrence <richard.lawre...@berkeley.edu> writes: >> IIUC, the current aim is to get a citeproc that will do the following on >> export: >> 1. replace in-text citation syntax with org-formatted replacements >> 2. Insert an org-formatted bibliography somewhere

Re: [O] More questions about CSL and org-mode

2015-12-06 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi John, John Kitchin writes: > Hi all, > > This is mostly for the people working on citations in org-mode. > > I have been reading about CSL more this weekend. IIRC, one of the > reasons to develop the new citation syntax was to get the ability to > have pre/post text

Re: [O] Citation processing via Zotero + zotxt

2015-12-03 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Matt and all, Matt Lundin writes: > But for bibtex users, wouldn't there presumably have to be another > zotero plugin that would allow for live, automated importing of bibtex > into zotero? (If anyone knows whether such a plugin exists, please do > let me know.) Well, my

Re: [O] Fwd: Citation processing via Zotero + zotxt

2015-12-02 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Matt and all, Matt Lundin writes: > One question (based on complete ignorance of either zotero or zotxt) is > whether those of us who maintain bibtex databases solely in emacs would > have to interact with the zotero GUI. My goal would be that you wouldn't need to

Re: [O] Citation processing via Zotero + zotxt

2015-12-02 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Rasmus and all, Rasmus writes: > Also, last I checked Zotero also existed as a standalone manager. If this > also works re your points below, using Zotero is a non-issue. There > exists a plugin to keep a bibtex file up to date. I don’t know if it’s > two way, though. I

Re: [O] Citation processing via Zotero + zotxt

2015-12-02 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Matt and all, Matt Lundin writes: > Given these complexities, it seems that if we went the zotero route we > could end up with a fairly large installation chain (firefox, zotero, > zotxt, plugin for zotero). And this would require installing items from > multiple,

Re: [O] Fwd: Citation processing via Zotero + zotxt

2015-12-01 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Eric and all, Eric S Fraga writes: > On Tuesday, 1 Dec 2015 at 07:12, Matt Price wrote: >> I love Zotxt. my only concern is for those people who run a remote Emacs. >> If, say, you run emacs on a server that you access by ssh, it will not be >> possible to process your

Re: [O] Citation processing via Zotero + zotxt

2015-11-30 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi John and all, Thanks for your input! John Kitchin writes: > This really means you are using bibtex as the reference database > backend, and probably helm-bibtex to insert citations as org-mode links. > Bibliography generation is probably managed by LaTeX/Bibtex.

[O] Citation processing via Zotero + zotxt

2015-11-28 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi everyone, For the past few days, I've been looking more closely at using the combination of Zotero [1] with Erik Hetzner's zotxt plugin [2] as a means of processing citations when exporting to non-LaTeX backends. I am now thinking that this is probably our best option, but I'd like to know

Re: [O] contributing to work on citations

2015-11-22 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Matt and all, Matt Price writes: >> OK, I tried rebasing on current master, is online here & pull request has >> been sent ot richard: > > https://github.com/titaniumbones/org-mode Sorry it took me so long to get around to this. Because there have been commits to master

Re: [O] Some projects

2015-10-27 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Rasmus and all, Rasmus writes: > I would feel more comfortable relying on a JS library. Perhaps it’s also > easier to find people who are willing to work on/knows JS over the long > haul... Yes, I agree with both you and Aaron here. JS is easier to distribute and probably

Re: [O] Some projects

2015-10-26 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Nicolas and all, Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> writes: > Richard Lawrence <richard.lawre...@berkeley.edu> writes: > >> Yes, this is my understanding, too. In particular, there does not seem >> to be an Elisp CSL library, and it would be a lot of

Re: [O] Some projects

2015-10-26 Thread Richard Lawrence
per and a platform for building/installing/running the wrapper and library as a complete external tool. > (I should say, all the work on the external tool was done by Richard > Lawrence; I worked on the exporter for the citation syntax including > the interface with an external

Re: [O] Showing Property in headline; generating table from properties; exporting table to CSV

2015-08-06 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Matt and all, Matt Price mopto...@gmail.com writes: On Thu, Aug 6, 2015 at 9:13 AM, John Kitchin jkitc...@andrew.cmu.edu wrote: How do you enter your grade? I use a function, bound to a convenient key like s-s g, which sets the grade property. You could have that function change the

Re: [O] How to get list item depth within the exporter framework?

2015-07-27 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Marcin, Marcin Borkowski mb...@mbork.pl writes: as I mentioned, I'm writing a simple exporter. However, I stumbled on something apparently simple. How to get the current list level within org-whatever-item transcoder? I ran into this problem once; the solution I found was to just walk

Re: [O] How to make a non-GPL Org-mode exporter?

2015-07-27 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Marcin and all, Marcin Borkowski mb...@mbork.pl writes: after a short discussion in a recent thread, I have a serious technical question. Assume that (for some reason) I want to write an Org-mode exporter which won't be GPL'd. (Use-case: having written a few custom exporters, I'm

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