Re: Exporting tables from python code block: Wrong type argument: markerp, nil

2022-08-02 Thread Tim Cross
Mark Barton writes: > On Aug 2, 2022, at 6:58 AM, Darren Syzling wrote: > > If I execute the code in the editor the org-mode table appears in the > results. If I export to html or pdf I get the error: > org-babel-insert-result: Wrong type argument: markerp, nil. > > I also am experiencing

Re: Org links and Flatpak firefox

2022-07-29 Thread Tim Cross
Ken Mankoff writes: > >> Out of curiosity, what is the reason why you are avoiding firefox as a >> snap package? > > I'm not 100 % sure why but I don't like snap. Maybe because it pollutes the > home folder. I > read up on snap vs flatpak vs AppImage and flatpak seemed to get the best >

Re: Serving .org files for worg (was: Re: Library of babel help)

2022-07-29 Thread Tim Cross
Max Nikulin writes: > On 01/07/2022 04:48, Tim Cross wrote: >> 1. Just using the .org as the suffix of the url instead of the .html did >> not work for me using two different browser. However, it did work for >> ihor, so either I did something wrong or there is something

Re: Something has happened such that I can't export to latex

2022-07-29 Thread Tim Cross
Sharon Kimble writes: > [[PGP Signed Part:Undecided]] > Ihor Radchenko writes: > >> Sharon Kimble writes: >> >>> But, I'm unable to 'make autoloads' in the git version because its >>> trying to connect to /usr/share/emacs and looking for something >>> there which isn't there and just

Re: [PATCH] Add new entity \-- serving as markup separator/escape symbol

2022-07-28 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: > Ihor Radchenko writes: > >> I am attaching a tentative patch that will make Org export remove >> zero-width spaces when those spaces actually separate the object >> boundaries. >> >> Any objections? > > Given the raised objections, zero-width space does not appear to

Re: Something has happened such that I can't export to latex

2022-07-27 Thread Tim Cross
Note that identifying when org is loaded is not always straight-forward. There are lots of packages which include org support which can result in org being loaded as a side effect when you load them. This is especially true of non-core packages which will use explicit require statements rather

Re: Volunteering to maintain ob-asymptote.el within Org

2022-07-26 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: > Tim Cross writes: > >> As this module has never been part of org core, there is considerable >> work which would need to be done as a prerequisite e.g. updating the >> manual and adding documentation and examples, adding unit tests >>

Re: Volunteering to maintain ob-asymptote.el within Org

2022-07-26 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: > Another question is long-term maintainability. We have a limited > manpower and cannot cater too many support requests or take care about > parts of code not used by most people. After removing org-contrib over a > year ago, your email is the first issue raised

Re: no syntax highlighting for code blocks with org-publish

2022-07-19 Thread Tim Cross
"M. Pger" writes: > I tried to publish using `M-x org-publish RET RET` as you > suggested, and > syntax highlighting was actually implemented, thanks. > > Actually the problem is coming from the fact that I use `emacs -Q --script > build.el` (as a > bash script) to publish the project.

Re: no syntax highlighting for code blocks with org-publish

2022-07-19 Thread Tim Cross
"M. Pger" writes: > Thanks for your suggestion. I added the following: > > #+begin_src elisp :eval no :exports code > (setq my-var "org mailing list") > (message "Hello, %s" my-var) > #+end_src > > When exported with ~C-c C-e h o~, syntax highlighting is implemented (with > colors). When

Re: no syntax highlighting for code blocks with org-publish

2022-07-18 Thread Tim Cross
"M. Pger" writes: > Thank you for your answer. Here it is: > > 1. Create the following directory structure (3 directories): > ~/test/ > ├── content > ├── html > └── .packages > > 2. Create the .el script to build the website (=~/test/build.el=): > > #+begin_src elisp > ;; * Set the package

Re: non requested string translation in timestamps

2022-07-16 Thread Tim Cross
Cédric Martínez Campos writes: > Hi there! > > When I add a timestamp through, for instance, scheduling (C-c s), the > day abbreviation is translated to my local language, that is, Spanish. > However all calendar variables, calendar-*, and, more specifically, >

Re: Alternatives or org-capture?

2022-07-11 Thread Tim Cross
ypuntot writes: > I'm going to start using org-contacts. And, with that, I would like to use > org-capture or yankpad. Which one would you recommend using? > I have been trying to use org-capture but it doesn't seem too intuitive for > me :$ > > I saved time ago a tutorial for yankpad, and

Re: M-x org-create-worg-article command? (was: LaTeX export: when is it more useful to use LuaTeX instead of pdfTeX?)

2022-07-10 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: > Tim Cross writes: > >>> The template can be automatically updated by the command, possibly after >>> asking user. >>> >> >> Not sure I understand. Maybe we are imagining different things? >> >> If org

Re: M-x org-create-worg-article command? (was: LaTeX export: when is it more useful to use LuaTeX instead of pdfTeX?)

2022-07-10 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: > Tim Cross writes: > >> Only drawback I can see is that should we want to change the template, >> we would have to wait until a new version is released and then you will >> still have a mix of templates as lots of people will wait until n

Re: [possible patch] Basic fontspec code for LuaLaTeX and XelaTeX (was "LaTeX export: when is it more useful...")

2022-07-10 Thread Tim Cross
Juan Manuel Macías writes: > Considering some discussions in the parent thread, I think maybe it > wouldn't hurt to ensure a minimal preamble when the output is compiled > with LuaLaTeX or XelaTeX, so that some very basic fontspec configuration > is loaded to be able to read PDFs in non-Latin

Re: M-x org-create-worg-article command? (was: LaTeX export: when is it more useful to use LuaTeX instead of pdfTeX?)

2022-07-10 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: > Tim Cross writes: > >> Juan Manuel Macías writes: >> >> Thanks Juan. It will be fairly trivial to compile the information you >> have provided into a basic org document which I can then add to org. If >> on the other hand you wou

Re: LaTeX export: when is it more useful to use LuaTeX instead of pdfTeX?

2022-07-09 Thread Tim Cross
Juan Manuel Macías writes: > Hi, Tim, thank you for your comments, > > Tim Cross writes: > >> Juan, I think it would be great to add your post to worg. I'm happy to >> do this, but I think it wold also be good if we could include a basic >> 'setup' i.e.

Re: LaTeX export: when is it more useful to use LuaTeX instead of pdfTeX?

2022-07-08 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: > Tim Cross writes: > >> Juan, I think it would be great to add your post to worg. I'm happy to >> do this, but I think it wold also be good if we could include a basic >> 'setup' i.e. what changes people might need to (or should do to maxim

Re: LaTeX export: when is it more useful to use LuaTeX instead of pdfTeX?

2022-07-08 Thread Tim Cross
Max Nikulin writes: > On 09/07/2022 01:49, Thomas S. Dye wrote: >> Juan Manuel Macías writes: >> >>> TL;DR: A list of use cases where using LuaTeX is more advantageous than >>> using pdfTeX >> I forgot to ask earlier.  Is Lua support in Babel potentially useful? The >> current >>

Re: Links to javascript-based websites from orgmode.org: Paypal and Github

2022-07-07 Thread Tim Cross
Richard Stallman writes: > [[[ To any NSA and FBI agents reading my email: please consider]]] > [[[ whether defending the US Constitution against all enemies, ]]] > [[[ foreign or domestic, requires you to follow Snowden's example. ]]] > > > "Note: To be PCI compliant, you must load

Re: [BUG] The documentation webserver gives 404s [9.5.4 (release_9.5.4-3-g6dc785 @ )]

2022-07-04 Thread Tim Cross
Max Nikulin writes: > On 05/07/2022 09:54, Tim Cross wrote: >> Max Nikulin writes: >>> Bastien. Re: Possible bug report: URL capitalization in online manual. Mon, >>> 10 Feb 2020 >>> 07:48:21 +0100 https://list.orgmode.org/874kvzdjka@gnu.org/ >&

Re: Links to javascript-based websites from orgmode.org: Paypal and Github

2022-07-04 Thread Tim Cross
Richard Stallman writes: > [[[ To any NSA and FBI agents reading my email: please consider]]] > [[[ whether defending the US Constitution against all enemies, ]]] > [[[ foreign or domestic, requires you to follow Snowden's example. ]]] > > > However, if the web pages for a GNU package

Re: [BUG] The documentation webserver gives 404s [9.5.4 (release_9.5.4-3-g6dc785 @ )]

2022-07-04 Thread Tim Cross
Max Nikulin writes: > On 05/07/2022 05:37, Tim Cross wrote: >> Max Nikulin writes: >>> >>> However it seems, Bastien earlier configured a set of rewrite rules mapping >>> old file names >>> with more lower case letters to new ones. In my opinion

Re: [BUG] The documentation webserver gives 404s [9.5.4 (release_9.5.4-3-g6dc785 @ )]

2022-07-04 Thread Tim Cross
Max Nikulin writes: > > However it seems, Bastien earlier configured a set of rewrite rules mapping > old file names > with more lower case letters to new ones. In my opinion it is the best option > and it > should be restored. List of files may be committed to git (either Org or > site) to

Re: [BUG] The documentation webserver gives 404s [9.5.4 (release_9.5.4-3-g6dc785 @ )]

2022-07-04 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: > Tim Cross writes: > >> I do have an alternative suggestion which may help. Given that the >> 'broken' URLs are actually from external links to old documentation >> which has been removed, what we could do is create a more informative

Re: Org and Hyperbole

2022-07-04 Thread Tim Cross
"Fraga, Eric" writes: > Robert, > > just one quick comment and question (maybe the documentation covers > this; if so, apologies): when I tried hyperbole years ago, the annoying > thing was that it took over C-h. My muscle memory after decades of > Emacs use was disturbed significantly as I

Re: [BUG] The documentation webserver gives 404s [9.5.4 (release_9.5.4-3-g6dc785 @ )]

2022-07-03 Thread Tim Cross
Max Nikulin writes: >> > I noticed that the Org documentation server gives 404 Not Found for a > large number of links published all over the internet because (1) it > parses URLs case-sensitively and (2) the case has changed at some point. > I stumble upon such 404s errors

Re: [BUG] The documentation webserver gives 404s [9.5.4 (release_9.5.4-3-g6dc785 @ )]

2022-07-03 Thread Tim Cross
le >> getting familiar with it, this issue might cause a lot of headaches for >> no good reason. > > Thanks for the heads up! > I am CCing Tim Cross. He is currently doing some work on our server. He > is more likely to know how to fix this. > Well I'm not sure what is the

Re: Org links and Flatpak firefox

2022-07-02 Thread Tim Cross
Ken Mankoff writes: > Hello, > > I've just upgraded to Kubuntu 22.04. Firefox is no longer instsallable via > apt so I chose flatpak over snap. Now when I C-c C-o > (org-open-at-point) on a URL, Firefox comes to the foreground, but nothing > else happens. The page does not load. If I

Re: [PATCH] Delete some Emacs 24 compat code

2022-06-30 Thread Tim Cross
Samuel Wales writes: > i use git version, not elpa, so for me, mailing list could tip me off > as early as possible, but not too early, if it said in email subject > header line that in a known upcoming release, it has been decided that > a specified emacs version will no longer be supported

Re: Links to javascript-based websites from orgmode.org: Paypal and Github

2022-06-30 Thread Tim Cross
Richard Stallman writes: > [[[ To any NSA and FBI agents reading my email: please consider]]] > [[[ whether defending the US Constitution against all enemies, ]]] > [[[ foreign or domestic, requires you to follow Snowden's example. ]]] > > > I do make a serious point: by linking to

Re: Serving .org files for worg (was: Re: Library of babel help)

2022-06-30 Thread Tim Cross
Max Nikulin writes: > On 30/06/2022 16:06, Tim Cross wrote: >> >>> Aren't they currently available? I can and I was always able to get the >>> org sources by changing the link from .html to .org. >> No, that doesn't work for me using either chrome or firefo

Re: Library of babel help

2022-06-30 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: > Tim Cross writes: > >> in my attempt to fix up some issues on the Worg site, I'm finding there >> is considerably more things broken than I initially realised. One of >> these things is 'the library of babel". >> >> There i

Re: Alternatives to clocking in/out for reporting time

2022-06-29 Thread Tim Cross
Russell Adams writes: > I make extensive use of timestamps for billing (timesheet) > purposes. I'm looking to automate this more, and I find the existing > clocking system inadequate. I'm hoping someone can point me in the > right direction. > > Today I have log mode enabled so that each time

Re: Links to javascript-based websites from orgmode.org: Paypal and Github

2022-06-28 Thread Tim Cross
"Dr. Arne Babenhauserheide" writes: > [[PGP Signed Part:Undecided]] > > Richard Stallman writes: > >> [[[ To any NSA and FBI agents reading my email: please consider]]] >> [[[ whether defending the US Constitution against all enemies, ]]] >> [[[ foreign or domestic, requires you to

Re: We have asynchronous sessions, why have anything else?

2022-06-27 Thread Tim Cross
Tom Gillespie writes: >> I am not even sure if all the babel backends support try-except. >> Think about ob-gnuplot or, say, ob-latex. > > Indeed many do not. Defining some standard "features" > for org babel language implementations is something that > is definitely of interest so that we can

Re: Links to javascript-based websites from orgmode.org: Paypal and Github

2022-06-27 Thread Tim Cross
Tom Gillespie writes: >> GNU packages should not steer people towards running nonfree software. >> As a consequence, they should not suggest people donate using payment >> services >> that _require_ the donor to run a nonfree program. > > A slight variant of Ihor's question. > > While GNU

Re: C-SPC works; C-u C-SPC doesn't. How could be?

2022-06-26 Thread Tim Cross
Ypo writes: > Thanks, Bruno > > I've debugged it manually because (keymap-lookup) doesn't seem to exist in my > emacs, if that's possible. > > The problem comes from: > > (define-key org-mode-map (kbd "C-u C-n") #'org-next-item) > > If I eval that line, "C-u C-SPC" stops working on org-mode.

Re: Org mode export accessibility (was: About 'inline special blocks')

2022-06-26 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: > Tim Cross writes: > >> Sadly, org isn't great from an accessibility perspective. This is >> something I would like to see improved, but it is a huge and complex >> task. There are some 'easy' winds we could try. For example, org st

Re: Org and Hyperbole

2022-06-24 Thread Tim Cross
Hi Robert, welcome to the list. I find hyperbole very interesting and am trying it out now. I can see a few areas where I think it may augment my current org based workflows and development tasks. One thing I will be looking at is how well hyperbole works with an evil-mode based

Re: Using exec functions to simplify session code

2022-06-23 Thread Tim Cross
Ivar Fredholm writes: > I have been browsing the orgmode code and it feels like we have to do a lot > to implement sessions. At least for Python > or Julia, I am wondering if we could instantiate an interpreter, and send the > code as a single 'exec' or 'include' > command. Other languages

Re: [PATCH] Re: [BUG] Adding note to heading without newline at the end

2022-06-21 Thread Tim Cross
Tor Kringeland writes: > Ihor Radchenko writes: > >> Aha. Not saving is an important piece of information. >> (said the person with compulsive saving syndrome) > > Thanks! This fixes the bug (which was present in both Org 9.5 and 9.6) > for me. However, my original bug, which is only

Re: Org and Hyperbole

2022-06-20 Thread Tim Cross
Russell Adams writes: > On Mon, Jun 20, 2022 at 02:03:15PM +, Juan Manuel Macías wrote: >> I've been intrigued with GNU Hyperbole for a while. I'm reading the >> documentation and trying it out a bit. It seems that its button system >> is very powerful. But Org links are also powerful (and

Re: About 'inline special blocks'

2022-06-20 Thread Tim Cross
Max Nikulin writes: > On 19/06/2022 19:47, Juan Manuel Macías wrote: > Concerning vs. , is it the same for assistive > technologies like screen readers to add text (or text) > and text with "font-weight: bolder;" in CSS? First, never use or , only use semantic tags for accessibility. The

Re: Orgmode plain list bullet : change automatically with list depth

2022-06-19 Thread Tim Cross
Edouard Debry writes: > Are you sure bullet lists are irrelevant to org ? > > I tried without success to make a list without "-" or "+" in my > *scratch*. > Sorry, I wasn't clear enough. The 'marker' which is at the start of a list item is important to org. What isn't important is the type of

Re: About 'inline special blocks'

2022-06-19 Thread Tim Cross
Juan Manuel Macías writes: > To add some ideas that have been occurring to me these days... > > I am more and more convinced that inline special blocks, by their > nature, should not support fine tune options or anything like > attr_latex, attr_html, etc. like its older brothers, as it would

Re: [PATCH worg 0/2] Cleanup of LoB file

2022-06-18 Thread Tim Cross
Bastien Guerry writes: > ~theophilusx writes: > >> These patches just perform some basic cleanup of the library-of- >> babel.org file. It also moves a duplicate library-of-babel.org file into >> the archive directory. Note that I am working on a complete overhaul of >> worg, which I will

Re: Simplified Org mode for newcomer Emacs veterans (was: Org mode and Emacs (was: Convert README.org to plain text README while installing package))

2022-06-18 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: > Tom Gillespie writes: > >> With regard to the key-bindings straw man. I guess I'm a bit of an >> outsider on this one, because I started writing org documents by just >> typing them in and only over time learning some of the bindings. Maybe >> having an

Re: Proposal: 'executable' org-capture-templaes

2022-06-17 Thread Tim Cross
other selections being echoed literally upon selection, > restriction echo must depend on the global state. If you press "<" in > the menu, the menu prompt should change between "Press key for agenda > command (unrestricted):", Press key for agenda command (restricted to > b

Re: Orgmode plain list bullet : change automatically with list depth

2022-06-17 Thread Tim Cross
Samuel Wales writes: > sure. > > iiuc i think op wants 2 things: > > 1] graphical bullets. i.e. not the - + etc. that are in the org > plain text as saved to disk. > 2] each level of a list to have the same bullet style > > > examples of 2]: > > a conforming list: > > - this is level 1.

Re: LoB elsipgantt sample input table

2022-06-17 Thread Tim Cross
"Fraga, Eric" writes: > Dear Tim, > > On Friday, 17 Jun 2022 at 18:27, Tim Cross wrote: >> "Fraga, Eric" writes: >>> On Friday, 17 Jun 2022 at 13:34, Tim Cross wrote: >>>> One of the more interesting code blocks is elispgantt,

Re: LoB elsipgantt sample input table

2022-06-17 Thread Tim Cross
"Fraga, Eric" writes: > On Friday, 17 Jun 2022 at 13:34, Tim Cross wrote: >> One of the more interesting code blocks is elispgantt, which can >> generate a Gantt chart from data supplied in a table. It is based on >> code originally submitted by Eric Fraga and mo

LoB elsipgantt sample input table

2022-06-16 Thread Tim Cross
of the input table should be either provide a sample table or a description of the format so that I can add it to the file? This would be much easier than me having to try and reverse engineer things. (I did look in the list archives, but was not able to find anything which helped). thanks, Tim

Re: [BUG] Unescaped #+ lines in WORG example blocks (was: [PATCH] #+begin_example lang used in manual and worg (was: [DISCUSSION] Refactoring fontification system))

2022-06-16 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: > Max Nikulin writes: > >>> --- a/org-tutorials/org-jekyll.org >>> +++ b/org-tutorials/org-jekyll.org >>> @@ -172,7 +172,7 @@ * Creating an org File to be Published with Jekyll >>> >>> Below is a short extract from one of my org files showing my setup: >>> >>>

Re: Library of babel help

2022-06-16 Thread Tim Cross
Tim Cross writes: > Hi All, > > in my attempt to fix up some issues on the Worg site, I'm finding there > is considerably more things broken than I initially realised. One of > these things is 'the library of babel". > > There is a link to the library-of-babel.or

Library of babel help

2022-06-16 Thread Tim Cross
Hi All, in my attempt to fix up some issues on the Worg site, I'm finding there is considerably more things broken than I initially realised. One of these things is 'the library of babel". There is a link to the library-of-babel.org file on worg from within the Emacs manual. This link is

Re: [accessibility] worg obscures text

2022-06-15 Thread Tim Cross
Samuel Wales writes: > on this page, i cannot read the rhs of paragraphs near the top because > the menu and up home elements obscure the text. > https://orgmode.org/worg/org-faq.html#keeping-local-changes-current-with-Org-mode-development > . > > i use very large fonts. i have latest esr

Re: Publish to HTML and LaTeX/PDF with cross-file links?

2022-06-15 Thread Tim Cross
Jens Lechtenboerger writes: > Hi all, > > I publish OER (https://oer.gitlab.io/) from Org sources and wonder > about links to local files as documented at [1]. That page only > talks about HTML export. How can I achieve similar behavior for > LaTeX/PDF export? > > More precisely: For HTML

More Worg build workflow

2022-06-14 Thread Tim Cross
apologies if these questions about worg are becoming a little tiresome - still just trying to work out how things all work and more importantly, what level of comfort the community has with change. i As I'm digging more and more into understanding worg, I'm finding things which I think need to

Re: [BUG] worg-setup.org is outdated

2022-06-13 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: > Tim Cross writes: > >>> Also, you may find https://github.com/oyvindstegard/ox-tagfilter-js >>> useful. >>> >> >> Thanks, I will check it out. > > At an occation, FYI another two interesting ideas I noted a

Re: [BUG] worg-setup.org is outdated

2022-06-13 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: >> >> The thing about a static web site is that it needs good navigation to >> make it useable and easy to explore (which I think is critical with >> something like worg). To achieve that, there needs to be some >> 'knowledge' about the pages and their relationship to

Re: [BUG] worg-setup.org is outdated

2022-06-13 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: > Tim Cross writes: > >> Just a couple of questions regarding all of this (really just >> background and to anyone who may have the knowledge, not just Bastien) >> >> Is there any reason we don't use a CSS framework, like bulma or >>

Re: [BUG] worg-setup.org is outdated

2022-06-13 Thread Tim Cross
Bastien Guerry writes: > Hi Ihor, > > Ihor Radchenko writes: > >> Sorry. worg-setup.org is outdated. Bastien, could you update it? > > Done, thanks for the heads up. Thanks Bastien, that will help! Just a couple of questions regarding all of this (really just background and to anyone who

Re: [BUG] worg-setup.org is outdated (was: [accessibility] worg obscures text)

2022-06-12 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: > Tim Cross writes: > >>> Patches are welcome! We just need someone with knowledge of html/css to >>> jump in and create a patch for https://git.sr.ht/~bzg/worg (BTW, also >>> see shiny new https://sr.ht/~bzg/org/). >>> >&g

Re: Bug: html-postamble string does not allow space [9.4.4 (release_9.4.4 @ /usr/local/share/emacs/27.2/lisp/org/)]

2022-06-12 Thread Tim Cross
Confirm. I am able to reproduce this issue with GNU Emacs 28.1.50 (build 1, x86_64-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 3.24.33, cairo version 1.16.0) of 2022-05-29 Org mode version 9.5.4 (9.5.4-gc02c0d @ /home/tim/.emacs.husky/straight/build/org/) I also feel the manual page could be improved

Re: [accessibility] worg obscures text

2022-06-12 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: > Tim Cross writes: > >> I agree, that is pretty poor formatting and does not work well and will >> never work well from an accessibility perspective. > > Patches are welcome! We just need someone with knowledge of html/css to > jump in a

Re: [accessibility] worg obscures text

2022-06-12 Thread Tim Cross
Samuel Wales writes: > on this page, i cannot read the rhs of paragraphs near the top because > the menu and up home elements obscure the text. > https://orgmode.org/worg/org-faq.html#keeping-local-changes-current-with-Org-mode-development > . > > i use very large fonts. i have latest esr

Re: org-crypt ?

2022-06-11 Thread Tim Cross
David Masterson writes: > Tim Cross writes: > >> David Masterson writes: >> >>> Tim Cross writes: >>> >>>> Warning: I have not used org-crypt for many years. These days, I just >>>> use a .org.gpg extensions and symmetrically

Re: org-crypt ?

2022-06-11 Thread Tim Cross
David Masterson writes: > Tim Cross writes: > >> David Masterson writes: >> >>> I think I've gotten org-crypt working, but I think some things are not >>> making sense (it might be just me): >>> >>> 1. I've set org-crypt-key to ni

Re: org-crypt ?

2022-06-10 Thread Tim Cross
David Masterson writes: > I think I've gotten org-crypt working, but I think some things are not > making sense (it might be just me): > > 1. I've set org-crypt-key to nil (symmetric encryption). > 2. Can I use a different encryption key for each encrypted paragraph? > 3. Does org-encrypt only

Re: Proposal: 'executable' org-capture-templaes

2022-06-08 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: > Tim Cross writes: > >> I'm not sure I really understand the exact goal you have here. To me, it >> feels like yet another input selection/menu/completion scheme and I'm >> not clear on how it will be an improvement or why do something >&g

Re: git branch rename and git config q

2022-06-08 Thread Tim Cross
Max Nikulin writes: > I never used branch.*.rebase configuration. By the way, git-pull and > git-config > man pages a full of warnings related to this feature. I assume that source of > configuration is >

Re: [DISCUSSION] Refactoring fontification system

2022-06-08 Thread Tim Cross
Tom Gillespie writes: >> As for lang parameter support in example blocks, would you mind creating >> a separate feature request thread? Extending export blocks export will >> require changing in parser syntax and thus should be discussed carefully >> in a separate thread. > > I would strongly

Re: Proposal: 'executable' org-capture-templaes

2022-06-05 Thread Tim Cross
Arthur Miller writes: > Ihor Radchenko writes: > >> Arthur Miller writes: >> >>> However before I continue, I am thinking of ditching the 'read-key' >>> completely >>> and switching to "standard" Emacs way of implementing interactivity via >>> mode and >>> mode-map. I am currently playing

Re: [DISCUSSION] Refactoring fontification system

2022-06-03 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: > Ihor Radchenko writes: > >> Instead of fontifying elements individually via regexps, we can leverage >> org-element-map, org-element-parse-buffer, org-element-cache, and >> jit-lock-mode. Each type of Org element/object can be assigned with a >> fontification function

Re: # Comments export

2022-05-30 Thread Tim Cross
Juan Manuel Macías writes: > Eric S Fraga writes: > >> I use drawers for this and then have specific processing of different >> types of drawers, depending on target. >> >> For instance, I might have :note: drawers (similar to inline tasks) with >> the following processing (for odt export;

Re: a simple(r) html export format (like org-mime)

2022-05-30 Thread Tim Cross
Uwe Brauer writes: > Hi > > Although the vanilla html export backend produces nice html, I sometimes need > a > simpler solution[1], like the one produced by org-mime (which is for email). > Does anybody know about such an exporter? > You seem to be aware of htmlise and I have no other

Re: export a org table to ascii format (tabs) are not conserved, culprit orgtbl-to-tsv?

2022-05-30 Thread Tim Cross
Uwe Brauer writes: > Hi > > I wanted to export a 4x4 table to ascii to insert it into a web fill in > interface. However the column get distorted. I tried to tabify or > untabify the buffer but it did not help. > > > The problem also occurs when I export the table using the > orgtbl-to-tsv >

Re: Opening org-cite links with different application

2022-05-26 Thread Tim Cross
"Bruce D'Arcus" writes: > On Wed, May 25, 2022 at 12:47 PM Max Nikulin wrote: > >> I have had a quick glance into the code I have an additional question >> why `browse-url' is not used for `citar-file-open-external'. > > The "external" here means opening files external to emacs. > > The

Re: org-clock idle time in pgtk Emacs

2022-05-24 Thread Tim Cross
Julien Cubizolles writes: > org-clock checks for the 'x window-system in order to use the program > set up by org-clock-x11idle-program-name. Recent Emacs versions use the > 'pgtk instead of 'x and as such will default to using > org-emacs-idle-seconds in org-user-idle-seconds. > I"m not sure

Re: About 'inline special blocks'

2022-05-23 Thread Tim Cross
I've not got a lot to add here. I'm not against the idea, but Juan makes some points below which I think are particularly important and wanted to add weight to them! Juan Manuel Macías writes: > Hi, Kaushal, thanks for all your interesting comments, > > Kaushal Modi writes: > >> The

Re: Question Regarding Easier Issues To Help With

2022-05-23 Thread Tim Cross
"Samuel Banya" writes: > Hey there, > So I took a look at the following link recently as I finally have had time > again over the past couple of months since I've been > dealing with a lot of personal family stuff, and got some time back again. > > Can anyone lead me in the right direction

Re: I can't set dabbrev to respect the writen case

2022-05-16 Thread Tim Cross
Ypo writes: > Thanks, Samuel > > I've uninstalled fancy-dabbrev, and it seems to work when I complete using > M-/. But, now I don't have candidates to choose the > completion. Any advice with this? > > Best regards, > Ypo > You might want to have a look at the corfu and cape packages.

Re: [PATCH] update ob-scheme to latest changes in geiser package

2022-05-07 Thread Tim Van den Langenbergh
ting that out, seems I botched my reading comprehension skill check. I have updated the patch and enclosed it, feel free to drop a line if you notice anything else obviously missing. Vale, - Tim From 3b4120d5b3fb41d4b0a5bbdee4cc7a3f4cd02642 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Tim Van den Langen

Re: [BUG] The latest org-fold feature breaks link :activate-func property

2022-04-28 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: > "Christopher M. Miles" writes: > >> I use extension >> [[https://repo.or.cz/org-link-beautify.git][org-link-beautify]] to display >> text-property beautify content on link. With >> latest org-mode source code on commit "1ed9e4223", I got this error which >>

Re: Bug in orgalist mode's advice on indent-according-to-mode

2022-04-28 Thread Tim Cross
Eric Abrahamsen writes: > In Emacs commit f596f0db82c0b1ff3fe8e8f1d8b07d2fe7504ab6, from Nov 2021, > the function `indent-according-to-mode' was given an optional > inhibit-widen argument. That argument being passed causes orgalist's > advice to fail, as the lambda doesn't accept any

Re: [BUG] The latest org-fold feature breaks link :activate-func property

2022-04-27 Thread Tim Cross
"Christopher M. Miles" writes: > [[PGP Signed Part:Undecided]] > > I use extension > [[https://repo.or.cz/org-link-beautify.git][org-link-beautify]] to display > text-property beautify content on link. With > latest org-mode source code on commit "1ed9e4223", I got this error which >

Re: [tip] Org speed commands improved

2022-04-26 Thread Tim Cross
Ihor Radchenko writes: > Juan Manuel Macías writes: > >> Org speed commands are a major productivity boost and I love them. >> Lately it has occurred to me to make some modifications with the >> following configuration, which I share here in case someone wants to try >> it. The idea is that

Re: Some feature requests/questions

2022-04-26 Thread Tim Cross
Philip Kaludercic writes: > Hi, > > I was wondering if someone could help me out to solve these annoyances I > have been having with Org: > > 1. Most things I would like to clock are related to Emacs, but I often >forget to check my agenda first, clock in, then clock out. Is there >

Re: Automatically use Heading Content as EXPORT_FILE_NAME?

2022-04-26 Thread Tim Visher
On Tue, Apr 26, 2022 at 11:54 AM Tim Visher wrote: > I'm currently going to hack around it I think by simply making a function > that updates the EXPORT_FILE_NAME property with the current heading text. > That's something like ``` (defun timvisher-org-set-export_file_name-property-t

Automatically use Heading Content as EXPORT_FILE_NAME?

2022-04-26 Thread Tim Visher
Hello Everyone, Is there a way to automatically use the text content of the current Heading as the EXPORT_FILE_NAME? AFAICT there isn't. I tend to do most of my Org writing in a few 'mono files' (like todo.org or wiki.org). I then set my export options to default to subtree and visible contents

Re: [PATCH] update ob-scheme to latest changes in geiser package

2022-04-23 Thread Tim Van den Langenbergh
, such as when the `geiser-eval-region/wait' function was introduced. Please feel free to contact me in regards to any comments or questions you may have. Vale, - Tim Van den Langenbergh From d06f6d5b7342693b4065c0c361e430c4bdb065e5 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Tim Van den Langenbergh Date

Re: bug#54764: encode-time: make DST and TIMEZONE fields of the list argument optional ones

2022-04-14 Thread Tim Cross
Paul Eggert writes: > On 4/14/22 06:19, Max Nikulin wrote: > >> date-time + "America/Los_Angeles" input should not be reduced to timezone >> offset >> in the output. > > It depends on the application. For some applications (e.g., generating > "Date:" lines > in email), it is entirely

Re: #+latex_header blocks, or, managing lots of LaTeX headers

2022-04-12 Thread Tim Cross
William Denton writes: > I have another question related to managing a book I'm doing building for > export to LaTeX: > what do people do for managing all of the headers? > I only use the #+latex_headers or #+latext-headers-extra lines for 'one off' type documents. If I'm going to be writing

Re: [BUG] error when saving a new capture [9.5.2 (9.5.2-g971eb6 @ /home/torysa/emacs/.emacs.d/straight/build/org/)]

2022-04-06 Thread Tim Cross
web...@toryanderson.com (Tory S. Anderson) writes: > Remember to cover the basics, that is, what you expected to happen and > what in fact did happen. You don't know how to make a good report? See > > https://orgmode.org/manual/Feedback.html#Feedback > > Your bug report will be posted to

Re: Multiline list entries / Is auto-fill-mode in org(roam) usual?

2022-04-04 Thread Tim Cross
c.bu...@posteo.jp writes: > Dear Tim > > Am 04.04.2022 17:49 schrieb Tim Cross: >> What is line-fill-mode? It isn't a 'standard' emacs mode, so must be >> some add-on? > > Sorry this was a "typo". > >> At any rate, I don't see this problem when us

Re: Multiline list entries / Is auto-fill-mode in org(roam) usual?

2022-04-04 Thread Tim Cross
c.bu...@posteo.jp writes: > Thanks to the discussion I now can see and describe my problem clearer. > > When using line-fill-mode it does not take the current org list indention into > account. Because of this org lines like this will appear. > > - one entry with a very long text ending in the

Re: Multiline list entries / Is auto-fill-mode in org(roam) usual?

2022-04-04 Thread Tim Cross
c.bu...@posteo.jp writes: > Am 04.04.2022 09:16 schrieb c.bu...@posteo.jp: >> Am 04.04.2022 06:06 schrieb Ihor Radchenko: >>> A list item continues until >>> there are _2_ blank lines or until the subsequent line is not indented >= >>> current list item indentation: >> Intereseting. What 2

Re: [BUG] org-agenda thinks timestamps after 23:00 correspond to the next day [9.5.2 (release_9.5.2-25-gaf6f12 @ /home/ignacio/repos/emacs/lisp/org/)]

2022-03-31 Thread Tim Cross
Max Nikulin writes: > New calling convention for `encode-time' exists since emacs-27.1, so it is > incompatible with yet supported emacs-26. It is unfortunate that sources in > Org > and in Emacs repository diverged, but I am unsure if it reasonable to > introduce > a new compatibility

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