Re: Cannot schedule something for 2039?

2021-06-07 Thread Samuel Loury
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? Sounds like the bug of 2038¹. I assume that 32 bit integers are used somewhere to

Re: stability of toc links

2021-04-30 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi. I understood differently. Tim Cross writes: [...] > A question to help me understand this issue. > > If I understand correctly, exporting to HTML does not guarantee > stability of TOC links. If you export as HTML, send someone a link from > the toc and then re-export the document, the

Re: stability of toc links

2021-04-21 Thread Samuel Loury
Nicolas Goaziou writes: [...] > Samuel Wales writes: > >> i was referring to: >> >> Message ID <87v9dbelky@gmail.com> >> >> in this thread. >> >> [and other posts in this thread related to it.] > > Unfortunately, I won't have time to look at the whole thread anytime > soon. However, feel

Make org-mode multi line shell session work sensibly

2021-01-08 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, I've been trying to work more and more with org-babel recently, and found out that the session in the shell block does not appear to work well. The symptom is the following: When I try to run a code block with noop lines, like comment, the output gets broken --8<---cut

Re: Annoyance when resolving clock idle time with emacsclient

2020-10-09 Thread Samuel Loury
Ihor Radchenko writes: >> Thanks for the tip, I'll try pressing 10 times the next time it happens >> (which is probably today). > > That sounds really odd. Could it be that there are multiple open > (without ending time) clocks existing in your org files? In my case, I am pretty sure to have

Re: Annoyance when resolving clock idle time with emacsclient

2020-10-09 Thread Samuel Loury
Budiman Snowman writes: > On Thu, Oct 8, 2020 at 10:30 PM Eric S Fraga wrote: > >> On Thursday, 8 Oct 2020 at 16:54, Samuel Loury wrote: >> > Also, another boring behavior of org-resolve-clocks is that I generally >> > have to press several times (about ten t

Re: Annoyance when resolving clock idle time with emacsclient

2020-10-08 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Budiman Snowman writes: > several emacsclient instances open in different tabs. When I start a clock > and then get away long enough, Emacs will prompt me to resolve the idle > time in different buffer that has the clock, usually in the first buffer > that I get back to. [...] > Anyone

Re: [O] Writing exams

2017-03-07 Thread Samuel Loury
Samuel Loury <konubi...@gmail.com> writes: > "Doyley, Marvin M." <m.doy...@rochester.edu> writes: > >> Does anybody have a good system for writing exam in Org-mode ? > - http://kitchingroup.cheme.cmu.edu/blog/2013/10/23/Writing-exams-in-org-mode/ > - http

Re: [O] Writing exams

2017-03-07 Thread Samuel Loury
"Doyley, Marvin M." writes: > Does anybody have a good system for writing exam in Org-mode ? Not tested personally, but with a quick look at my mailing archive (notmuch search to:org-mode exams) , I could find: -

Re: [O] Emacs hangs sometimes for no reason

2017-01-19 Thread Samuel Loury
Sebastian Christ writes: [...] > So, aren't you restarting Emacs after pkill -SIGUSR2 emacs? pkill -SIGUSR2 emacs does not stop emacs. Emacs will start a debugging session that you can stop to go back to a "normal" emacs. I found out that it generally makes emacs

[O] [PATCH] Make `org-tags-view' stop setting globally `org--matcher-tags-todo-only'

2017-01-18 Thread Samuel Loury
--->8--- I did not have time to investigate why the behavior of the clock table is impacted by `org--matcher-tags-todo-only'. I quickly feel lost in this code. From c5c763a9aca8cfd8a707b0d7e814bc37f5eeafa1 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Samuel Loury <konubinix...@gmail.com> Date: Thu

Re: [O] Emacs hangs sometimes for no reason

2017-01-18 Thread Samuel Loury
For what it's worth, when this happens, I generally pkill -SIGUSR2 emacs. emacs reacts to the USR2 signal by stopping everything and start a lisp debugging session. From there, I reset all the org caches with this command: --8<---cut here---start->8--- (defun

Re: [O] org-depend: dependencies between TODO entries in different files

2016-12-08 Thread Samuel Loury
Jorge Morais Neto writes: > On 8 December 2016 at 04:44, Carsten Dominik wrote: >> One additional point is, of course, that org-depend is not part of the core, >> but was written as a proof of concept. Is anyone besides Karl using it >> regularly? I don't

Re: [O] How are people handling their calendars?

2016-10-24 Thread Samuel Loury
Tristan Strange writes: > The world of calendars is a murky one isn't it? After a couple of weeks of > fiddling around I finally decided I'd keep my TODO's, deadlines, etc in a > TODO.org and have org-gcal fetch (note not synchronise) my calendar from > Google. > >

[O] [PATCH] Call `org-expiry-expired-p' correctly

2016-10-04 Thread Samuel Loury
`org-expiry-expired-p' was called with one argument while the definition of the function accepts none. From 4279659e16e65a8a1a1c772a1144a6564c9990f1 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Konubinix Date: Tue, 4 Oct 2016 10:38:47 +0200 Subject: [PATCH] Call `org-expiry-expired-p'

[O] [PATCH] Fix the call to `org-expiry-handler-function'

2016-09-19 Thread Samuel Loury
`org-expiry-handler-function' is meant to be a variable containing the symbol of a function to be called. Therefore, calling (funcall 'org-expiry-handler-function) results in a void function error while (funcall org-expiry-handler-function) correctly calls the contained function. From

[O] [PATCH] Indicate what happens to CLOCK entries in cloned subtrees

2016-09-19 Thread Samuel Loury
Hello, This is a very small documentation patch to explain to the user what will happen to the CLOCK entries of a cloned subtree. From ea902d50e85c406376f5d54cf0e1652b7afaef26 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Konubinix Date: Fri, 23 Jan 2015 08:53:47 +0100 Subject: [PATCH]

Re: [O] "atomic knowledge" modeling tool

2016-03-10 Thread Samuel Loury
Eric S Fraga <e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk> writes: > On Sunday, 6 Mar 2016 at 20:26, Samuel Loury wrote: >> Samuel Loury <konubi...@gmail.com> writes: >> >> [...] >> >>> I will clean the *elc files and send another report. I will also >>> deactiva

Re: [O] "atomic knowledge" modeling tool

2016-02-29 Thread Samuel Loury
Eric S Fraga <e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk> writes: > On Monday, 22 Feb 2016 at 10:04, Samuel Loury wrote: > > [...] > >> Reproducing a slow behavior is not easy. Today, the agenda is produced >> in about 10s with almost the same contents. I included the profiler >> repo

Re: [O] "atomic knowledge" modeling tool

2016-02-22 Thread Samuel Loury
Hello, Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> writes: > Samuel Loury <konubi...@gmail.com> writes: > >> I have made a custom agenda command¹ to implement a "kind of" GTD >> workflow. >> >> On a quite old computer with no SSD disk, the com

Re: [O] "atomic knowledge" modeling tool

2016-02-20 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> writes: > Samuel Loury <konubi...@gmail.com> writes: > >> Nevertheless, org-mode is rather slow when my todo.org file becomes >> quite large (~20K lines). > > Could you share some profiler information under typic

Re: [O] "atomic knowledge" modeling tool

2016-02-16 Thread Samuel Loury
luke call writes: > On 02/02/16 00:23, Robert Klein wrote: [...] >> As your 'product' is >> not relevant to org-mode [] > > I mentioned OM here only because I thought it of interest to > org-mode users, which it evidently was to at least two who thanked me, > and I

Re: [O] syncing my life (orgmode :)) to a mobile (android) device..cant find a holistic reliable way..how do you guys manage to do it?

2015-12-07 Thread Samuel Loury
Matt Lundin writes: > Xebar Saram writes: >> >> So my question is (sorry for the long intro :)) what do orgmode users >> (who also are heavy mobile users) do? do they give up on contacts and >> calendaring on the mobile? maintain 2 separate databases? what

Re: [O] Help with export filter?

2015-08-12 Thread Samuel Loury
Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes: Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: I find the solution with the code of Thomas S. Dye very elegant: * My heading Some content with images. * My other heading, totally cleared :clearpage: some other content I hope I

Re: [O] Help with export filter?

2015-08-12 Thread Samuel Loury
Dear Nicolas, Thank you for the prompt reply. Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes: Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: This I just the feature I need today. Thank you for sharing. Do you know what is missing to add the feature to org-mode instead of adding in each user's

Re: [O] Help with export filter?

2015-08-12 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi all, Rasmus ras...@gmx.us writes: Hi Tom, t...@tsdye.com (Thomas S. Dye) writes: Aloha all, Inspired by discussions and code on the mailing list, I managed to cobble together the headline filter below. It works in that the pdf output from LaTeX export is exactly what I want. I'm

Re: [O] [PATCH] Fix `org-refresh-category-properties'

2015-04-28 Thread Samuel Loury
Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes: Hello, Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: Dear Nicolas, [...] --8---cut here---start-8--- #+CATEGORY: c * foo :PROPERTIES: :CATEGORY: a :END

[O] [PATCH] Fix `org-refresh-category-properties' (was: `org-get-category' and `org-entry-get' do not return the same value)

2015-04-28 Thread Samuel Loury
Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: Dear Nicolas, [...] --8---cut here---start-8--- #+CATEGORY: c * foo :PROPERTIES: :CATEGORY: a :END: ** bar :PROPERTIES: :CATEGORY: b :END: --8---cut here---end

Re: [O] `org-get-category' and `org-entry-get' do not return the same value

2015-04-28 Thread Samuel Loury
Dear Nicolas, Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes: Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: I use the version cd6fa4c15e8e35afa6beb9e89ad3723fb82df091 (git sha) of org-mode. Let's say I have a file looking like this: #+CATEGORY: c * foo :PROPERTIES: :CATEGORY: a :END

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

2015-04-27 Thread Samuel Loury
Dear David, David Dynerman da...@block-party.net writes: What I'd like is something like the following gitignore logic: if filename.org is tracked by git: ignore filename.tex, filename.html If this isn't possible, does anyone have any nice setups for ignoring exported versions of

Re: [O] Hiding blocked TODO items

2015-04-07 Thread Samuel Loury
Dear Nikolaus, Nikolaus Rath nikol...@rath.org writes: Is there a way to have TODO items blocking each other? For example, if I have this document: * TODO Pay water :PROPERTIES: :blocked-on: checks :END: * TODO Pay electricity :PROPERTIES: :blocked-on: checks :END: *

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

2015-03-23 Thread Samuel Loury
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: No. 2. Would you find it useful when producing PDF files other that scientific articles (using Org-mode or not)? Yes --

Re: [O] Publishing orgmode files

2015-02-23 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Xavier Maillard xav...@maillard.im writes: Hello, I am trying to publish my org project but I am lost in the way I can tweak my projects. Is there some good tutorial I can follow step by step in order to publish several files at once ? My site tree is like this: web/ ├── Makefile

Re: [O] org-expiry not compatible with the new drawer syntax

2015-02-02 Thread Samuel Loury
Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes: Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: Please find attached the merged patch, as asked for. Applied, thank you. Therefore, the hooks associated to the insertion of a heading will be triggered. Since those hooks may cause the creation

Re: [O] org-expiry not compatible with the new drawer syntax

2015-02-01 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes: Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: I suggest to provide a helper that would move point after the meta-data part to avoid code duplication. Something like (no surprise :-)): (defun org-goto-after-metadata-part () (when (org-looking

Re: [O] org-expiry not compatible with the new drawer syntax

2015-01-30 Thread Samuel Loury
Thank you for taking into account this problem. Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes: Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: I just realized that when creating a new entry in my org-diary (`org-agenda-add-entry-to-org-agenda-diary-file'), the entry looks like: ** test 2015-01

Re: [O] org-expiry not compatible with the new drawer syntax

2015-01-30 Thread Samuel Loury
Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes: Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: I just realized that when creating a new entry in my org-diary (`org-agenda-add-entry-to-org-agenda-diary-file'), the entry looks like: ** test 2015-01-30

[O] org-expiry not compatible with the new drawer syntax

2015-01-29 Thread Samuel Loury
Dear All, I am running the version cd6fa4c15e8e35afa6beb9e89ad3723fb82df091 (git sha) of org-mode. I just realized that when creating a new entry in my org-diary (`org-agenda-add-entry-to-org-agenda-diary-file'), the entry looks like: --8---cut

[O] `org-get-category' and `org-entry-get' do not return the same value

2015-01-29 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, I use the version cd6fa4c15e8e35afa6beb9e89ad3723fb82df091 (git sha) of org-mode. Let's say I have a file looking like this: --8---cut here---start-8--- #+CATEGORY: c * foo :PROPERTIES: :CATEGORY: a :END: ** bar :PROPERTIES: :CREATED:

Re: [O] [PATCH] Find a link after point in `org-open-at-point'

2015-01-27 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes: Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: I would like to propose a patch for `org-open-at-point' to find a link after point when called inside a paragraph. It had this behavior at some time and I think lost it during the org-element re

Re: [O] Requesting some help with scheduled repeated tasks

2015-01-27 Thread Samuel Loury
Sagar Shankar sa...@scubed.in writes: Thanks Christopher, the latter option seems to accomplish what I require though not very elegant This discussion is also about this issue. I think you'll find it interested. http://mid.gmane.org/871tp74ic2@konixwork.incubateur.ens-lyon.fr --

Re: [O] [PATCH] Find a link after point in `org-open-at-point'

2015-01-26 Thread Samuel Loury
Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: I would like to propose a patch for `org-open-at-point' to find a link after point when called inside a paragraph. It had this behavior at some time and I think lost it during the org-element re-factoring. This patch restores this ancient behavior

[O] [PATCH] Find a link after point in `org-open-at-point'

2015-01-26 Thread Samuel Loury
Dear all, I would like to propose a patch for `org-open-at-point' to find a link after point when called inside a paragraph. It had this behavior at some time and I think lost it during the org-element re-factoring. This patch restores this ancient behavior with the new way the function is coded.

Re: [O] can I refile or archive from the agenda without rebuilding?

2014-12-17 Thread Samuel Loury
Kyle Meyer k...@kyleam.com writes: Alan Schmitt alan.schm...@polytechnique.org wrote: On 2014-12-15 09:31, Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: [...] This is how I did it: #+begin_src emacs-lisp (defun as/org-agenda-refile-noupdate (optional goto rfloc) Call `org-agenda-refile

Re: [O] can I refile or archive from the agenda without rebuilding?

2014-12-15 Thread Samuel Loury
Alan Schmitt alan.schm...@polytechnique.org writes: On 2014-12-12 12:01, Kyle Meyer k...@kyleam.com writes: Alan Schmitt alan.schm...@polytechnique.org wrote: My agenda is fairly big, and it takes a few minutes to generate it. Wow. I meant seconds (about 20 seconds). But is feels like

Re: [O] constellations Re: relative deadlines

2014-12-15 Thread Samuel Loury
J. David Boyd dbo...@mmm.com writes: Tom Baker tombake...@gmail.com writes: Date: Tue, 09 Dec 2014 12:05:39 -0500 From: dbo...@mmm.com (J. David Boyd) To: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org Subject: Re: [O] relative deadlines J. David Boyd dbo...@mmm.com wrote on Dec 9: Jeffrey Brent McBeth

Re: [O] Export Org-mode content to Reveal.js presentations

2014-12-08 Thread Samuel Loury
Yujie Wen yjwen...@gmail.com writes: I'd like to introduce a new Org-Mode exporter, Org-reveal, that exports Org-mode contents to Reveaj.js presentations. I have to write a presentation and though about giving org-reveal a try. I managed to get something nice looking in about 10 minutes.

Re: [O] Org-edu-HTML

2014-11-19 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Marcin Borkowski mb...@wmi.amu.edu.pl writes: as I mentioned some time ago, I started working on a custom exporter from Org to HTML for educational materials. My vision is that there will be (some kind) of syntax in Org (most probably, I'm going to (ab)use the existing syntax) for

Re: [O] Coursera class on reproducible research

2014-11-16 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, John Hendy jw.he...@gmail.com writes: Thought this might interest the list: - https://www.coursera.org/course/repdata [...] just wanted to pass it along as I know there are others who implement these principles in their work on the ML. That very kind. Thank you for sharing. --

Re: [O] Repeated teaching classes and stopping date

2014-11-14 Thread Samuel Loury
Eric S Fraga e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk writes: On Thursday, 13 Nov 2014 at 11:44, Samuel Loury wrote: [...] and I use sticky agenda views to help avoid unnecessary regeneration. Wow, sticky agenda views are cool! I don't understand how the SD card speed is to be taken into account since org mode

Re: [O] Repeated teaching classes and stopping date

2014-11-13 Thread Samuel Loury
Dear all, James Harkins jamshar...@qq.com writes: Rasmus rasmus at gmx.us writes: Also check `org-clone-subtree-with-time-shift'. FWIW, I always create a separate subtree, with a single timestamp, for every class session. Advantages: - Individual status for each session: DONE, POSTPONED

Re: [O] Repeated teaching classes and stopping date

2014-11-13 Thread Samuel Loury
Eric S Fraga e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk writes: On Thursday, 13 Nov 2014 at 09:26, Samuel Loury wrote: [...] In my org files that sum up to 51425 lines (not taking into account the archives), the creation of the agendas takes minutes to generate. There Minutes! What version of org and what kind

Re: [O] Org-mode Habit with Varying Description

2014-10-21 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Eric Abrahamsen e...@ericabrahamsen.net writes: I've been (very gradually) working on something I'm calling org-log, for just this sort of situation -- a library that would possibly go underneath org-habit and maybe even org-clock. It would look like: * Read book :LOGBOOK: - Note

Re: [O] Formal description of Org files

2014-10-06 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Gustav Wikström gustav.e...@gmail.com writes: Just curious: what is it you wish to do in a mobile environment. I have everything I need with MobileOrg and running full emacs + org on an OpenPandora. Obviously, your needs may be different than mine. (email composed on train offline on

Re: [O] Formal description of Org files

2014-10-02 Thread Samuel Loury
Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes: Gustav Wikström gustav.e...@gmail.com writes: So my question is; have there been more discussions of constructing such a formal grammar? Maybe in EBNF form. I suspect getting every aspect of Org mode into such a description would be difficult.

Re: [O] [help] need help with a skip function

2014-09-26 Thread Samuel Loury
Subhan Michael Tindall subh...@familycareinc.org writes: Hi, I'm looking for an example org-agenda-skip-function that I can use to include all items for an agenda (IE alltodo) that have a certain property set (value doesn't particularly matter) IE: * TODO H1 :PROPERTIES: :P1: date

Re: [O] Some thoughts on MobileOrg and its development ....

2014-09-10 Thread Samuel Loury
Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: I have been using the XML-RPC trac plugin³ for a while now and I made we wonder if we could reproduce this in the scope of mobile org. With an RPC interface, one would be free to create their own interface easily (at least python xml-rpc library

Re: [O] Managing articles in orgmode and collaboration

2014-09-09 Thread Samuel Loury
Vikas Rawal vikasli...@agrarianresearch.org writes: There is bibretrieve (https://github.com/pzorin/bibretrieve) and bibfetch (https://github.com/dschoepe/bibfetch/blob/master/bibfetch.el). Is it only a result of a google search or did you personally use one of those? -- Konubinix GPG Key

[O] [PATCH] Add a support for linking against an attachment of current entry (was: easy way to link to file in attachment directory?)

2014-09-05 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Darlan Cavalcante Moreira darc...@gmail.com writes: I have this #+LINK: attach elisp:(org-open-file (org-attach-expand %s)) in all of my org-mode files. In fact, I have this line, among others, in an org-mode setup file which is included in all of my org-mode files using #+SETUPFILE:

Re: [O] [PATCH] Make use of the constant `org-clock-string' whenever possible

2014-08-27 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Finally, I don't have time to dig into org-element.el for the time being. Nonetheless, please find attached a revised version of the patch with your comments taken into account. In order to avoid creating the regexp each time `org-at-clock-log-p' is called, I added the constant

[O] [PATCH] Make use of the constant `org-clock-string' whenever possible

2014-08-26 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, I would like to submit a tiny patch to make use of `org-clock-string' instead of the hard coded value CLOCK: whenever possible. I also found out that :CLOCK: was hard coded in `org-insert-property-drawer' (git sha 67ae102b4be87976240555d1c0d80ee55906f53c, file lisp/org.el:15897) instead of

Re: [O] [PATCH] Make use of the constant `org-clock-string' whenever possible

2014-08-26 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Thank you for the comments, I will try to improve the commit as soon as possible. About org-element.el, I would be happy to try. I guess the best documentation is the file itself (it appears to be quite well commented). Is it a good way to start? -- Konubinix GPG Key: 7439106A

[O] [PATCH] Make the regexp matching the beginning of a table more explicit

2014-08-20 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, I would like to provide a very tiny change in the regexp matching a beginning of table in org-table.el. Its current value is ^\\(\\*+ \\)\\|[ \t]*|. The second part of the regexp ([ \t]*|) indicates that it matches any | character, following spaces or not. This means that the [ \t] is

Re: [O] Some thoughts on MobileOrg and its development ....

2014-08-18 Thread Samuel Loury
Xebar Saram zelt...@gmail.com writes: would LOVE to try it as well So would I ! Henning Weiss hdwe...@gmail.com writes: I have been working over the last couple of months on a private prototype. I'm currently using it in my daily life and it works for me. It uses Git (and only Git) for

Re: [O] Repeated tasks repeats even if the time stamp is commented

2014-07-29 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Bastien b...@gnu.org writes: Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes: Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: Thank you for the answer, do you know where I should look at to start investigating to fix the issue? I think `org-add-planning-info' may be a good candidate, though I

[O] [BUG] org-open-at-point does not work anymore in comment blocks

2014-07-18 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, On version baa2c5943a4afce71a6336cbd957139e840bd952. Links are not followed anymore in comment blocks. You may test it by launching (org-open-at-point) with the cursor into the link in the following example. --8---cut here---start-8--- * Test

[O] Repeated tasks repeats even if the time stamp is commented

2014-07-18 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, In baa2c5943a4afce71a6336cbd957139e840bd952, If the user toggles the TODO to DONE, the tasks repeats even though the scheduled item is commented. --8---cut here---start-8--- * TODO Test # SCHEDULED: 2014-07-18 Fri ++1d --8---cut

Re: [O] [BUG] org-open-at-point does not work anymore in comment blocks

2014-07-18 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes: Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: On version baa2c5943a4afce71a6336cbd957139e840bd952. Links are not followed anymore in comment blocks. You may test it by launching (org-open-at-point) with the cursor into the link

Re: [O] Repeated tasks repeats even if the time stamp is commented

2014-07-18 Thread Samuel Loury
Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes: Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: In baa2c5943a4afce71a6336cbd957139e840bd952, If the user toggles the TODO to DONE, the tasks repeats even though the scheduled item is commented. * TODO Test # SCHEDULED: 2014-07-18 Fri ++1d My first

[O] [PATCH] org-git-link.el: Add support for line in org-git-link

2014-07-11 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, I would like to submit a small enhancement of the org-git-link package to add the storing and use of a line third argument. Please find the patch attached to this mail. I hope you'll find it useful. Thanks for your attention. From 7144b05b9d024222cb7e46a370ba3d974ae235af Mon Sep 17 00:00:00

Re: [O] [ANN] Org-gamify

2014-07-09 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Paul Sexton psexton...@gmail.com writes: I have written a plugin for org agenda, which allows gamification of task management. Define currencies, earn them by completing tasks, and spend them on rewards. Inspired by HabitRPG, Epic Win and similar systems.

Re: [O] Advice needed: Cant find a decent way to autosync my work TODO org file between laptop and work pc

2014-05-26 Thread Samuel Loury
Melleus mell...@openmailbox.org writes: Richard Lawrence richard.lawre...@berkeley.edu writes: Also, Unison (http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~bcpierce/unison/) promises to do two-way file sync between *nix and Windows. I've never tried it; has anyone else? I can recommend rsync (you can get it

Re: [O] Agenda view in Fortnight mode

2014-05-14 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Esben Stien b...@esben-stien.name writes: Charles Millar mill...@verizon.net writes: (setq org-agenda-span 14) This specifies this week plus the next week, but is there any way to specify this week plus the next week plus the previous week?;) Try this: --8---cut

Re: [O] Is OrgMode really GTD compliant?

2014-04-29 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Alan Schmitt alan.schm...@polytechnique.org writes: On 2014-04-28 19:18, Rene jl...@yahoo.com writes: I have not defined an Energy property, but I recently played with date properties (and a user defined sorting function). If it's helpful to you, the code is there:

Re: [O] Is OrgMode really GTD compliant?

2014-04-29 Thread Samuel Loury
Alan Schmitt alan.schm...@polytechnique.org writes: On 2014-04-29 12:30, Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: Alan Schmitt alan.schm...@polytechnique.org writes: On 2014-04-28 19:18, Rene jl...@yahoo.com writes: I have not defined an Energy property, but I recently played with date

Re: [O] Org Bash Utils

2014-03-11 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, OSiUX xu...@osiux.com.ar writes: Try: org-clock | org-timeline https://github.com/osiris/org-bash-utils Awesome :-)! -- Konubinix GPG Key: 7439106A Fingerprint: 5993 BE7A DA65 E2D9 06CE 5C36 75D2 3CED 7439 106A signature.asc Description: PGP signature

Re: [O] Dynsite: easier configuration of projects, with config.or instead of emacs lisp and dynamic relative paths

2013-12-03 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Iannis Zannos zan...@gmail.com writes: I'd like to present my project Dynsite for orgmode here I just tested it. It is really cool. Thanks! -- Konubinix GPG Key: 7439106A Fingerprint: 5993 BE7A DA65 E2D9 06CE 5C36 75D2 3CED 7439 106A signature.asc Description: PGP signature

Re: [O] Drag images from Firefox to org-mode

2013-10-17 Thread Samuel Loury
Marcin Borkowski mb...@wmi.amu.edu.pl writes: Dnia 2013-10-16, o godz. 17:52:51 Oleh ohwoeo...@gmail.com napisał(a): The address and date are auto-added as a comment now. The updated source can be found at https://github.com/abo-abo/org-download Images can be stored in a custom dir

Re: [O] Time remaining report, anyone done it?

2013-10-08 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Myles English mylesengl...@gmail.com writes: Before I get too stuck in I thought I would ask: Has anyone already done this or thought about a good way to do it (I really hope so)? I did not but I am hoping you will manage to do it. I have already taken a quick look into org code to

Re: [O] Collaborating with TODO lists and clocks.

2013-09-05 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Richard Lawrence richard.lawre...@berkeley.edu writes: Hi Gareth, Gareth Smith g...@doc.ic.ac.uk writes: I hadn't thought of using :tags on a clock table. I still worry if we'll find ourselves in a situation where more than one of us has clocked in some time on the same task. Yes, I

Re: [O] Collaborating with TODO lists and clocks.

2013-09-05 Thread Samuel Loury
Sebastien Vauban sva-n...@mygooglest.com writes: Having thought about that in the past, I had thought of adding tags after clock lines, such as: --8---cut here---start-8--- CLOCK: [2013-09-05 Thu 07:55]--[2013-09-05 Thu 08:46] = 0:51 :userA:

Re: [O] Collaborating with TODO lists and clocks.

2013-09-05 Thread Samuel Loury
Sebastien Vauban sva-n...@mygooglest.com writes: Samuel Loury wrote: Sebastien Vauban sva-n...@mygooglest.com writes: For example, IIUC, different users will share one file with tasks, where they will clock in/out. Then, what about the SCHEDULED and DEADLINE properties? Will the tasks

Re: [O] Collaborating with TODO lists and clocks.

2013-09-05 Thread Samuel Loury
Thorsten Jolitz tjol...@gmail.com writes: A kind of team agende would indeed be useful, accessible form Org-mode _and_ other calendar/planning tools (I can't imagine a pure Emacs/Org-mode team). Why not? I remember an attempt to make Org-mode a collaborative software (ColOrg or so) - whats

Re: [O] [SYNC] How do you sync your org-mode files between n devices (n 2)

2013-09-04 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, nore...@maillard.im writes: How do you sync your files easily and share them between 3, 4 or even more places ? You might find the answer to that question in a previous thread: http://www.mail-archive.com/emacs-orgmode@gnu.org/msg73502.html Hope that helps. Best, -- Konubinix GPG Key

[O] Bug report: Heading in example considered as true heading

2013-08-06 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, I realized recently the following behavior, running on org version 8.0.3 got from commit d7e884d86c8560477ca1e69fb8423db6770981ac (git sha). Use the following org sample: ---Beginning * test1 #+BEGIN_EXAMPLE * stuff #+END_EXAMPLE * test2 ---End Then in test, do M-down to

Re: [O] Bug report: Heading in example considered as true heading

2013-08-06 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Nicolas Goaziou n.goaz...@gmail.com writes: Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: Use the following org sample: ---Beginning * test1 #+BEGIN_EXAMPLE * stuff #+END_EXAMPLE * test2 ---End Headlines have precedence over blocks. Therefore * stuff is really

[O] bug#14910: bug#14910: org-mode `org-open-at-point' doesn't follow id links

2013-07-23 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Oleh Krehel o.kre...@tue.nl writes: As for requiring org-id for `org-open-at-point', I'm not sure this is the right thing to do since it will require it for all users, even those who don't use org-id at all. The issue is that the current solution isn't portable.[...] In my opinion it

Re: [O] Simplifying the weekly agenda a tiny bit, howto?

2013-07-20 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, François Pinard pin...@iro.umontreal.ca writes: There are a pile of commands for shifting timestamps/scheduled/deadline Which I often use. The annoyance of doing explicit shifting is that I have to look at the repeater to decide the shifting amount. I much prefer if it could be

Re: [O] scrum with emacs org-mode

2013-07-03 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, thk...@koch.ro writes: has anybody some success stories to share how to use org-mode in scrum projects? Unfortunately, I won't be able to help with that. I am quite interested by ideas as well. If you have some free software tools besides org-mode please tell us for comparison! I use

Re: [O] advice needed: how do you guys sync org files between devices?

2013-07-03 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Xebar Saram zelt...@gmail.com writes: I was wondering what you guys do for syncing org files between PC's, Os's, devices (android etc).. There have been lot's of awesome solutions provided in this thread. Mine is quite similar but I think it is worth describing it anyway. I use git (a

Re: [O] Org-mode as a replacement for Google Reader

2013-03-27 Thread Samuel Loury
Karl Voit devn...@karl-voit.at writes: OK, so as I assumed, there is no method out there to read RSS feeds with Emacs and sync to mobile Android devices (content and read/unread information). Let me propose another way to fulfill the same need: To my mind, there is not much difference

Re: [O] Timestamp practices?

2013-03-21 Thread Samuel Loury
Thorsten Jolitz tjol...@gmail.com writes: Lawrence Bottorff galaxybeinglam...@gmail.com writes: I'm trying to give each header entry a timestamp. This is from Bernt Hansen and automagically inserts a timestamp each time you insert a new header - if you want so. If not, you can toggle the

Re: [O] [PATCH] Fix uncaught error when trying to open a link at point

2013-03-16 Thread Samuel Loury
links and plain links. From 5bd8eb52cb047b5290300fe850fca894babf05ff Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Samuel Loury konubinix...@gmail.com Date: Sat, 16 Mar 2013 20:12:42 +0100 Subject: [PATCH] Test the org-open-at-point function. * testing/examples/open-at-point.org: new file. * testing/lisp/test

Re: [O] need: custom agenda for last 7 days

2013-02-21 Thread Samuel Loury
Subhan Tindall subhan.tind...@rentrakmail.com writes: I have a question regarding a custom agenda report. I've found the variable org-agenda-span to set the number of days shown. But, I can't seem to some up with a way to make it start in the past. IE I want to see all agenda items for

Re: [O] need: custom agenda for last 7 days

2013-02-21 Thread Samuel Loury
Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com writes: Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com wrote: ╭ │ (defun my/org-last-week () │ (- (org-today) 7) │ ) │ │ │ (add-to-list 'org-agenda-custom-commands │ '(w Weekly Logs

Re: [O] Still Wishing for Snooze

2013-02-13 Thread Samuel Loury
Bastien b...@altern.org writes: Point well taken -- this is now what adding --2d does: use a temporary delay that will not be taken into account for dates later than the next repeater, and that will be deleted when a repeating task is marked as done. Thanks for suggesting this. Thanks for

Re: [O] Still Wishing for Snooze

2013-02-09 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, Michael Brand michael.ch.br...@gmail.com writes: The usefulness of a SCHEDULED delay I see together with a TODO and repeater to implement an _exception_ (to simplify: exception just for the first date, before the repetitions). For example SCHEDULED: 2013-02-01 Fri +1w -3d would mean:

Re: [O] Still Wishing for Snooze

2013-01-23 Thread Samuel Loury
Andrew M. Nuxoll nux...@up.edu writes: 1. Add a date tag to an entry that indicates that it is inactive until a certain date. I'm picturing something like this: * TODO [#B] Verify login to the virtual machines SCHEDULED: 2013-01-11 Tue +1w DELAY: 2013-01-24 Thu In your model,

Re: [O] colorg: Protocol [was: Re: Rudel - Real-Time collaborative editing of Org-Mode files]

2013-01-14 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, This sounds really promising. But instead of creating your own protocol, have you thought about extending an already existing one? I see that you have read negative comments about tools using the obby protocol, but have you read about the protocol itself? For instance, even if the gobby

Re: [O] [PATCH] Fix uncaught error when trying to open a link at point

2013-01-14 Thread Samuel Loury
Hi, I sent the request to ass...@gnu.org 10 days ago and wait for the documents. By the way, I messed up with parens when I remove dangling ones so don't bother about the last [PATCH] mail. Bastien b...@altern.org writes: Hi Samuel, Samuel Loury konubi...@gmail.com writes: In attachment

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