Customize resheduling behaviour

2020-09-30 Thread Stefan Huchler
I have a task sheduled like that: * TODO Order from a delivery service SCHEDULED: <2020-10-06 Di .+2w> So if I understand the resheduling correctly if I miss the task, it get's resheduled 2 weeks later (probably deadline would be better here)? But the delivery service delievers weekly I just

Re: Timestamps: overnight repeater possible?

2020-09-30 Thread Stefan Huchler
I think that is what I also had inn mind, but I care more about the resheduling part, wouldn't that work with sheduling it on day x and then have a deadline day x+1? thu...@arcor.de (Thomas Plass) writes: > Hi subscribers, > > can multiday timestamp ranges be made repeatable? Case in point: I'd

Re: [O] org-capture template to type in bills from shops in ledger format

2019-06-22 Thread Stefan Huchler
If somebody is interested I uploaded a reworked version of this there: https://github.com/spiderbit/org-capture-ledger-shopping Stefan Huchler writes: > I wrote this template to capture my bills from mostly one shop, but it > has support for multiple shops and the important f

Re: [O] org-capture template to type in bills from shops in ledger format

2019-06-04 Thread Stefan Huchler
Michael Welle writes: > nice. I do something similar with a simple Perl script and an SQL > database as a backend and sometimes I mull over about what's wrong > with me ;). On the other hand, I've Org tables telling me when I got > hair cuts in the last 10 years or so. Did find a Bug in my

[O] org-capture template to type in bills from shops in ledger format

2019-06-01 Thread Stefan Huchler
I wrote this template to capture my bills from mostly one shop, but it has support for multiple shops and the important feature is that it suggests previous item names and remembers last prices, that gives you lot's of autocompletion if you repetetivly buy often the same stuff over and over again.

Re: [O] Multi-step ledger org-capture template

2018-08-26 Thread Stefan Huchler
In case somebody wants something similar, I post my solution I came up with here: %(progn (defun get-table-content ( start end) (let* ((start (or start (buffer-end -1))) (end (or end (buffer-end 1))) (lines (s-split "\n" (buffer-substring-no-properties

Re: [O] Multi-step ledger org-capture template

2018-08-23 Thread Stefan Huchler
Hmm I seem to be unable to access the data from the org-table. org-element-map seems to be pretty poorly documented, I get the data but in a strange format, (length row) returns 8 despite the table having only 6 rows. Also somehow I can't get to the data with cdr or nth or similar sequence

Re: [O] Multi-step ledger org-capture template

2018-08-22 Thread Stefan Huchler
Just in case somebody tries to come up with a solution, I made some progress, so I can import the ascii table as org-table: %(progn (with-current-buffer (org-capture-get :original-buffer) (call-interactively 'copy-region-as-kill)) (with-temp-buffer "*import-temp*"

[O] Multi-step ledger org-capture template

2018-08-21 Thread Stefan Huchler
I want to insert a table from a email (gnus) into org-mode but before it gets saved it should first be converted. I can do it manually, copy the ascii table to a org-file: mark it then use that command: #+begin_src emacs-lisp (defun my-make-table () "docstring" (interactive)

Re: [O] Orgmode for managing OS configuration

2016-11-03 Thread Stefan Huchler
Giacomo M writes: > Dear all, > I would like to clean up my Linux setup to be easily replicable. I am > considering keeping everything in one org file, and then tangling > files (e.g. exec scripts, systemd service unit files) and executing > bash snippets (e.g. for

Re: [O] Call for an Emacs Library Developer

2016-10-26 Thread Stefan Huchler
Greg Troxel writes: > https://github.com/matburt/mobileorg-android > > And there is a fork/rewrite which I didn't know about, but looks interesting: > > https://github.com/wizmer/syncorg Would be neat if there would be a f-droid build, else you have to access somehow

Re: [O] [ANN] [OT] New Android app (Orgzly)

2016-10-21 Thread Stefan Huchler
Thomas Koch writes: > I would be happy to help you work out any blockers that hinders you from > releasing the source code. Several people told you that they would be happy > to > sponsor your ongoing work on Orgzly and I would so too. If you think your > code > is not ready

[O] problem with load-after-eval

2016-05-16 Thread Stefan Huchler
I did try to change following code in in the org.el file, inside the org-cycle-internal-local function. So that instead of having 3 tab expansions it only shows the next level of expansion. I am not 100% shure thats the perfect solution but it seemed to work: ;; THAT IS THE ORIGINAL CODE OF THE

[O] want a custom project-aware agenda-todo-view

2016-02-07 Thread Stefan Huchler
when I open agenda-view (list all todo entries) "t" I see all todo items and in the first column the filename. I would rather see the project the task belongs to, sorry if I am ask thats maybe very simpel and I just dont find the right varible/method to do so. Like: * Project ** Task 1 ** Task

Re: [O] status of mobile (Android)

2016-02-03 Thread Stefan Huchler
I use now org-todotxt which converts TODO tasks to a todotxt file, you can automaticly export that on a owncloud directory and then on the android side you can use simpletask cloudless. Its dumbed down and gives you not all options of org-mode, but ist looks pretty and is good enough for reading

Re: [O] set modes for org-edit-special (elisp block)

2016-01-24 Thread Stefan Huchler
Kyle Meyer writes: > > Looks like you've got the right variable, but the key should be the > language name and the value should be major mode you want. > > ("elisp" . xah-emacs-lisp) I changed it a few times and I think I had it this way first, do I have to reload org after

[O] set modes for org-edit-special (elisp block)

2016-01-23 Thread Stefan Huchler
Hi, org-edit-special opens elisp code with emacs-lisp mode, which is not bad, but I wanted to try out xah-elisp-mode for am while. tried to overwrite or shadow the settings with something like (add-to-list 'org-src-lang-modes '("xah-elisp" . emacs-lisp)) am I here at the right place to change

Re: [O] Tables: remote reference fails with umlaut (and in other cases)

2016-01-19 Thread Stefan Huchler
Nick Dokos writes: > Eric S Fraga writes: > > You are missing a quote: > > #+TBLFM: $1='(identity remote(2016-01-19-srctbl,@@#$1)) > > works for me. > > Org-mode version 8.3.3 (release_8.3.3-456-g164555) > > -- > Nick Wow, that was an eye opener for me,

Re: [O] Tables: remote reference fails with umlaut (and in other cases)

2016-01-19 Thread Stefan Huchler
Karl Voit writes: > #+NAME: 2016-01-19-srctbl > | Testdata | > |--| > | foobar | > | fooübar | > | fooßbar | > | 1er | > | 23,42| > | 23.42| > > | Result | Expected Result | Comparison | > |--+-+| > |

Re: [O] backend for todo.txt format (todotxt.com)

2016-01-18 Thread Stefan Huchler
Hi Rasmus, Rasmus writes: > When you sync tasks, do they show up in the task program or only the > calendar? I only see them in the sync complete dialog and in the owncloud browser calendar interface, if ist does not sync normal tasks without timestamps its not what I am

Re: [O] backend for todo.txt format (todotxt.com)

2016-01-18 Thread Stefan Huchler
Danie Roux <li...@danieroux.com> writes: > On Sat, Jan 16, 2016 at 9:59 PM, Stefan Huchler > <stefan.huch...@mail.de> wrote: >> I just tried to write am backend for this todolist format: >> https://github.com/ginatrapani/todo.txt-cli/wiki/The-Todo.txt-Format > &g

Re: [O] backend for todo.txt format (todotxt.com)

2016-01-18 Thread Stefan Huchler
Kyle Meyer writes: > if-let has been define in Emacs's subr-x.el since c08f8be (New if-let, > when-let, thread-first and thread-last macros., 2014-06-30). is it then that your code will not run if you dont use this autohook thing? or do I have to be in a orgfile that it works?

Re: [O] backend for todo.txt format (todotxt.com)

2016-01-17 Thread Stefan Huchler
Hi, first thanks it at least does something now. Rasmus writes: > It doesn't need a solution, but I think you need one of the "forked" > version since some tag is missing. Maybe this one > > https://github.com/blaa/org-caldav for what exactly do you think do I need

Re: [O] backend for todo.txt format (todotxt.com)

2016-01-16 Thread Stefan Huchler
Rasmus <ras...@gmx.us> writes: > Stefan Huchler <stefan.huch...@mail.de> writes: > >> Maybe export/import backend is the wrong way to go, a sync or exchange >> feature would be better so maybe org-agenda todo export/import ability >> would be bett

[O] backend for todo.txt format (todotxt.com)

2016-01-16 Thread Stefan Huchler
I just tried to write am backend for this todolist format: https://github.com/ginatrapani/todo.txt-cli/wiki/The-Todo.txt-Format and after a few hours with no real success I gave up. I want to first have a very simple convertion of some tasks like that: TODO foo DONE bar to: foo x bar bonus

Re: [O] backend for todo.txt format (todotxt.com)

2016-01-16 Thread Stefan Huchler
> Rasmus writes: > Maybe CalDav? There's a tool on F-droid called Tasks (or maybe Task) that > can sync via DAVDroid to REPO.. Maybe org-caldav.el could be extended to > support the sync. tasks between Org and REPO. > Rasmus hmm then each task have to get assigned to a date I

Re: [O] Emacs server and org-protocol

2014-09-17 Thread Stefan Huchler
I dont really get what the problem is here, email servers checkup is fast enough, and rss u can use that: nnrss-use-local to ‘t’ and use ‘nnrss-generate-download-script

Re: [O] Emacs server and org-protocol

2014-09-17 Thread Stefan Huchler
Rainer M Krug rai...@krugs.de writes: Stefan Huchler stefan.huch...@mail.de writes: I dont really get what the problem is here, email servers checkup is Not necessarily - depends which mail server (e.g. gmail or local), if you have one or many folders / tags, your network connection, ... I

Re: [O] cant get org-protocol right

2014-08-04 Thread Stefan Huchler
wow found a solution. I dont understand why I have to do that, but it seems firefox fucks up some path or other variables and because of that it doesnt find the standard server socket file so when I explizitly specifiy that in the org-protocol.desktop file, it works: [Desktop Entry]

[O] cant get org-protocol right

2014-08-03 Thread Stefan Huchler
I tried to setup here org-protocol with firefox, first the docu is very old does refer to gnome 2: http://orgmode.org/worg/org-contrib/org-protocol.html#sec-3-1 So after searching around I found a howto to make the protocol known by apps with a desktop file and the command

Re: [O] how to force org-mode to interpret number as string

2014-03-07 Thread Stefan Huchler
Eric Schulte schulte.e...@gmail.com writes: I suggested that you remove . from your numbers. You could also wrap your numbers in s. #+name: example | 100. | #+begin_src emacs-lisp :var example=example (caar example) #+end_src #+RESULTS: : 100. thank you and sorry

Re: [O] how to force org-mode to interpret number as string

2014-03-06 Thread Stefan Huchler
Eric Schulte schulte.e...@gmail.com writes: Stefan Huchler stefan.huch...@mail.de writes: Bastien b...@gnu.org writes: Hi Stefan, Stefan Huchler stefan.huch...@mail.de writes: The Problem is that that org-mode seems to auto-format the salary column as a number. That a problem here

Re: [O] how to force org-mode to interpret number as string

2014-03-05 Thread Stefan Huchler
Bastien b...@gnu.org writes: Hi Stefan, Stefan Huchler stefan.huch...@mail.de writes: The Problem is that that org-mode seems to auto-format the salary column as a number. That a problem here, but I guess this is handy in many circumstances. Why don't use just turn the number

[O] how to force org-mode to interpret number as string

2014-03-04 Thread Stefan Huchler
I try to generate mail drafts from a table as template-tokens. The Problem is that that org-mode seems to auto-format the salary column as a number. I don´t need to calc this numbers so saving/getting it as string would be what I want. It not only butchers the string because he interprets the

Re: [O] how to group together fields

2014-02-22 Thread Stefan Huchler
hi (Alexander and everybody else who is interested in this topic), sorry the thread is old and I did not update it, sadly Bastian did not react to my last post. I just thought I try it myself, but its tricky and org-colview.el has 1000 lines of code. And I wrote only small functions in (e)lisp

Re: [O] how to group together fields

2014-02-22 Thread Stefan Huchler
thank you Michael, that works great, sadly I have to type in the name of the shop redundantly but I can live with that, with a good org-capture template I could tab-complete them so it would not be that problem. I dont want to bother you endlessly but just if you happen to know that randomly:

Re: [O] how to group together fields

2014-02-03 Thread Stefan Huchler
for the tea, and I can look than which tea blends I liked most and which shop gave me best quality. hope its clear now ;) Bastien b...@gnu.org writes: Hi Stefan, (Hint: use `S W' from Gnus to reply to this email.) Stefan Huchler stefan.huch...@mail.de writes: If Bastien could look over

Re: [O] how to group together fields

2014-02-01 Thread Stefan Huchler
Hi Alex, sorry in gnus its (f) for follow up thought reply in the mailing-list would be the same ;) I use emacs since a few months and gnus since a week so I am not that familier with it as you see ;) If Bastien could look over it, it would be nice. Its not my only emacs problem to solve and

[O] how to group together fields

2014-01-30 Thread Stefan Huchler
I want to use org-mode as a (tea) database. What have I done: 1. I have wrote down a tree of shops/orders/brands 2. I defined COLUMNS for Column View that give me a score per shop list What do I want as result: 1. give me a list of scores for the shops [DONE] 2. give me a list of scores for