[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

Re: [O] Shifting only past timestamps

2015-07-25 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Edward, Edward Guyatt edwardguy...@gmx.co.uk writes: I like to be reminded to check my post on Mondays and Thursdays, every week. When I've done it on Monday, I mark it 'DONE' so that I can stop org-mode reminding me until Thursday. Here's how I used to achieve this: *** URGENT [#A]

Re: [O] org-cite and org-citeproc

2015-06-18 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Matt, Matt Price mopto...@gmail.com writes: I'm wondering what kind of work is required to make use of org-cite and org-citeproc at present. In particular, I'm wondering what kinds of changes I'll need to make to my current setup, and whether it's worthwhile to use my ultra-slow coding

Re: [O] Conditional .gitignore for org-mode files

2015-04-27 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi David, David Dynerman da...@block-party.net writes: Sorry in advance, this might be more of a git question than an org-mode question, but I thought someone on this list might know the answer. Is it possible to conditionally gitignore certain files based on files that are being tracked?

Re: [O] org-cite and org-citeproc

2015-04-06 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Aaron and all, Richard Lawrence richard.lawre...@berkeley.edu writes: Alright, I'll try to move to json.el, and possibly change to having org-citeproc generate Org markup in the meantime. Just a heads up: I've pushed some changes to my branch of Org to make org-cite use json.el, and to add

Re: [O] org-exported pdf files?

2015-04-04 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Jude, Jude DaShiell jdash...@panix.com writes: Do those files by default conform to screen reader accessibility standards or can such files be made to conform to screen reader accessibility standards? I don't actually know anything about this, but the quick answer is: Org uses LaTeX to

Re: [O] org-cite and org-citeproc

2015-04-02 Thread Richard Lawrence
Rasmus ras...@gmx.us writes: Richard: do your FSF papers in order. Or do you plan to get them in order? I haven't done them yet (never had a reason to!) but I have no problems with it and I'll get started on it. Best, Richard

Re: [O] org-cite and org-citeproc

2015-04-02 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Tom and all, t...@tsdye.com (Thomas S. Dye) writes: OK, I see, that makes things clearer. Would it make sense to have two keywords, say LATEX_CITE_STYLE and CSL_FILE or similar, so that the style can vary independently when exporting to LaTeX vs. non-LaTeX? I'm thinking it will be

Re: [O] org-cite and org-citeproc

2015-04-02 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Rasmus, Thanks, this is helpful. I will try to fix these things soon. Rasmus ras...@gmx.us writes: Hmm. But the citations are all just represented as text:p nodes...surely that doesn't have to be defined elsewhere? You are right. Also, oolatex inserts citations as plain text as well.

Re: [O] org-cite and org-citeproc

2015-04-02 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Eric and all, Eric S Fraga e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk writes: On Wednesday, 1 Apr 2015 at 08:49, Andreas Leha wrote: [...] I am a happy biblatex user for all my 'own' documents. But (as was mentioned previously) scientific journals that accept latex submissions will require bibtex and won't

Re: [O] org-cite and org-citeproc

2015-04-02 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Aaron, Thanks for your comments, and for looking over my code! Aaron Ecay aarone...@gmail.com writes: I’ve been (barely) following this discussion, but have been too busy to do any actual coding. I sat down today to try to integrate Richard’s branch with my work, but didn’t get very far.

Re: [O] org-cite and org-citeproc

2015-04-01 Thread Richard Lawrence
Rasmus ras...@gmx.us writes: Richard Lawrence richard.lawre...@berkeley.edu writes: I don't really know anything about the ODT format, though. My code more-or-less blindly pastes Pandoc-generated XML into the document during Org ODT export. Can someone who knows more about the format take

Re: [O] org-cite and org-citeproc

2015-04-01 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Tom and all, Thanks for answering my questions! t...@tsdye.com (Thomas S. Dye) writes: With natbib, it is possible to give a pre-note and a post-note to the citation as a whole, but not to individual citations within it. In order to support your syntax fully, I think BibLaTeX is needed.

Re: [O] org-cite and org-citeproc

2015-03-31 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Eric and all, Eric S Fraga e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk writes: On Saturday, 28 Mar 2015 at 10:53, Richard Lawrence wrote: I thought I should send an update to let you know that org-citeproc [1], the command-line citation processing tool I've been working on, now supports multi-cites. I believe

Re: [O] org-cite and org-citeproc

2015-03-31 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Tom and all, t...@tsdye.com (Thomas S. Dye) writes: I know next to nothing about citations in general, so please bear with me: if multi-cite support means being able to condense citations (e.g. [1-3, 5, 9]), then bibtex can do at least some of that (e.g.

[O] org-cite and org-citeproc

2015-03-28 Thread Richard Lawrence
} } ORG-CITEPROC TESTS Richard Lawrence Table of Contents ─ 1 Org markup .. 1.1 Simple citations . 1.1.1 Parenthetical . 1.1.2 In-text . 1.1.3 With prefix and suffix

Re: [O] hiding the PROPERTIES drawer

2015-03-25 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Randomcoder, Randomcoder randomcod...@gmail.com writes: Is there an easier solution to hiding the :PROPERTIES: drawer by default ? I'm not sure that a solution is needed. In my setup (Org master branch, Emacs 23), the PROPERTIES drawer is always folded by default. I've never done anything

Re: [O] [OT] A short (less than a minute), informal survey about LaTeX

2015-03-24 Thread Richard Lawrence
Marcin Borkowski mb...@wmi.amu.edu.pl writes: 1. Did you know about the savetrees package by Scott Pakin (http://www.ctan.org/pkg/savetrees)? From the description: Only vaguely. 2. Would you find it useful when producing PDF files other that scientific articles (using Org-mode or not)?

Re: [O] Possible bug: Can not search for text in links - only description

2015-03-20 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Rainer, Rainer M Krug rai...@krugs.de writes: I figured out that I can not search for text in the link. Thins is quite annoying, especially as I even thought of opening the file in another texteditor, search for the string, and save it again. As an example: if this link is in an

Re: [O] Citation syntax: a revised proposal

2015-03-18 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi Matt, Matt Price mopto...@gmail.com writes: Just a note about Zotero: I think for most of us, the reason to export into ODT and/or DOC is to circulate a paper either for review or collaboration. Either case will likely involve some revision to citations, which would ideally be handled

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