Re: [O] info URL « open at point » patch

2018-07-01 Thread Vincent Belaïche
with something else than Texinfo ?   V. De : Eli Zaretskii Envoyé : mardi 26 juin 2018 16:34 À : Vincent Belaïche Cc : emacs-orgmode@gnu.org; brandel...@gmail.com; emacs-de...@gnu.org Objet : Re: info URL « open at point » patch   > From: Vincent Belaïche > CC: "emacs-de...@gnu.org&

Re: [O] info URL « open at point » patch

2018-06-26 Thread Vincent Belaïche
One more point : do org-mode experts have an idea about whether there are any better way to match a URL that can be browsed with the browse-url function. My point is that for a modular design, the same package that provides the browse-url function, should also provide some match-url-at-point-p

Re: [O] info URL « open at point » patch

2018-06-26 Thread Vincent Belaïche
25 juin 2018 04:30 À : Vincent Belaïche Cc : emacs-de...@gnu.org; emacs-orgmode@gnu.org Objet : Re: info URL « open at point » patch   > From: Vincent Belaïche > CC: "emacs-de...@gnu.org" , "emacs-orgmode@gnu.org" >    > Date: Sun, 24 Jun 2018 20:34:26 +

Re: [O] info URL « open at point » patch

2018-06-26 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Belaïche Cc : emacs-de...@gnu.org; emacs-orgmode@gnu.org Objet : Re: info URL « open at point » patch   > From: Vincent Belaïche > CC: "emacs-de...@gnu.org" , "emacs-orgmode@gnu.org" >    > Date: Sun, 24 Jun 2018 18:21:20 + > > What I want to do is

Re: [O] info URL « open at point » patch

2018-06-26 Thread Vincent Belaïche
I generated the regexp with (regexp-opt '("ftp" "http" "https" "file")). I admit that the list of protocols is not clear from the regexp, but it was already done this way before my change, and I tried to minimize the change. More concerning in my opinion is how the Info-get-token is written. As

Re: [O] info URL « open at point » patch

2018-06-26 Thread Vincent Belaïche
See (info "(texinfo) Reference Syntax")… De : Vincent Belaïche Envoyé : dimanche 24 juin 2018 18:48 À : Eli Zaretskii Cc : emacs-de...@gnu.org; emacs-orgmode@gnu.org Objet : RE: info URL « open at point » patch   Hello Eli, To my understanding @xref works only for info links (

Re: [O] info URL « open at point » patch

2018-06-26 Thread Vincent Belaïche
---8<8<8<-- end -->8>8>8>8>8 Vincent. De : Eli Zaretskii Envoyé : dimanche 24 juin 2018 19:03 À : Vincent Belaïche Cc : emacs-de...@gnu.org; emacs-orgmode@gnu.org Objet : Re: info URL « open at point » patch   > From: Vincent Belaïche &g

[O] info URL « open at point » patch

2018-06-26 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Bonjour tout l'monde ! I am writing to both Emacs-devel and org-mode list because this concerns browsing URL, and Org-mode already has quite some stuff on this. Recently I came across this that in an Info file a « file: » protocol URL is not opened at point. Please find attached a patch to make it

Re: [O] info URL « open at point » patch

2018-06-26 Thread Vincent Belaïche
. De : Eli Zaretskii Envoyé : dimanche 24 juin 2018 16:31 À : Vincent Belaïche Cc : emacs-de...@gnu.org; emacs-orgmode@gnu.org Objet : Re: info URL « open at point » patch > From: Vincent Belaïche > Date: Sun, 24 Jun 2018 06:57:53 + > > I am writing to both Emacs-devel and org-mode

Re: [O] Patch on org-read-property-name

2011-06-27 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Applied, thanks a lot. -- Bastien You're welcome, Vincent.

[O] Patch on org-read-property-name

2011-06-22 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Hello, Please find a patch for setting properties. A name is proposed when the pointer is on a property line, the name in that line is set as default. Changelog: --- 2011-06-22 Vincent Belaïche vincen

[O] RE: Alinea filling (hanlding of explicit line-breaks)

2011-03-13 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Date: Sat, 12 Mar 2011 22:41:02 + From: k...@freefriends.org To: vincent@hotmail.fr CC: monn...@iro.umontreal.ca; emacs-de...@gnu.org Subject: RE: Alinea filling (hanlding of explicit line-breaks) [...] 1. Sure, @* forces a line break in Texinfo. How that technically compares to

[O] RE: Alinea filling (hanlding of explicit line-breaks)‏

2011-03-13 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Salut Stéfan, Actually, no, because paragraph-separate would cause the whole line that ends with \\ to be treated as not being part of a paragraph, and paragraph-start wouldn't be appropriate either. Hence the good above :-( [...] I have implemented the thing locally on my machine. It

[O] RE: Alinea filling (hanlding of explicit line-breaks)

2011-03-12 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Karl: I put you in the loop for info, because in Texinfo mode I think that @* is used as an alinea separator similar to \\ in Org mode. From: monn...@iro.umontreal.ca To: vincent@hotmail.fr Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2011 10:02:37 -0500 CC: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org; emacs-de...@gnu.org Subject: Re:

[Orgmode] Re: Alinea filling (hanlding of explicit line-breaks)

2011-02-15 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Maybe an example is better to explain what I need, imagine that I have the following two paragraphs: [...] Where I assumed that alineas are separated by either an empty line or a tailing `\\' while paragraphs are separated by just an empty line. An important question here is: is it important

[Orgmode] Re: Alinea filling (hanlding of explicit line-breaks)

2011-02-14 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Hi, Good to see that I am not the only one needing that sort of things. Maybe an example is better to explain what I need, imagine that I have the following two paragraphs: --- aaa a aaa a aaa a a a

[Orgmode] Alinea filling (hanlding of explicit line-breaks)

2011-02-13 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Dear all, I would like to suggest an evolution of fill.el. I can make the update and provide the diff file. The proposal is to add, in addition to paragraph separator, an alinea separator. Accordingly there would be a forward-alinea function similar to forward-paragraph. An alinea is, in French

RE: [Orgmode] Export issue of URL when the text begins with a date

2011-01-16 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Date: Sat, 15 Jan 2011 07:40:35 +0100 From: dm...@ictsoc.de To: vincent@hotmail.fr Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Export issue of URL when the text begins with a date‏ CC: dm...@ictsoc.de; emacs-orgmode@gnu.org At Fri, 14 Jan 2011 22:12:07 +0100, Vincent Belaïche wrote: Thank-you David again

RE: [Orgmode] Doors links

2011-01-16 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2011 23:18:21 +0100 From: m...@christianmoe.com To: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Doors links Hi, Try these: [[info:org:Link abbreviations]] [[info:org:Adding%20hyperlink%20types][info:org:Adding hyperlink types]] Yours, Christian [...] Thanks, I

[Orgmode] Doors links

2011-01-14 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Hello, I use Org also at my job to write some short reports. These reports may contains URLs to Doors objects. Doors is a paying S/W to manage a requirement data base --- this is used in the industry for writing complex specification documents where each clause has to be tracked like a separate

RE: [Orgmode] Export issue of URL when the text begins with a date‏

2011-01-14 Thread Vincent Belaïche
[...] My understanding is that the bug resides in this very expression. Thanks for the investigation. As it turned out the problem was not with the regular expression but with the order in which different pieces of Org mode markup were processed by `org-export-as-html'. First the exporter

[Orgmode] [Emacs-orgmode] cannot store link to an info ode?

2011-01-14 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Hello, I am restarting this very old thread: http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/2006-05/msg00121.html see also http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/2010-12/msg01229.html I realized that `M-x org-store-link' does now work with info nodes, and that the info nodes links

[Orgmode] Export issue of URL when the text begins with a date‏

2011-01-13 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Hello, I have made some invesitgation, and I found that the problem happens in the call of function org-export-as-html. On line 522 of this function, this is the following line: (while (string-match org-bracket-link-analytic-regexp++ line start) When the line containing the link is processed,

[Orgmode] Export issue of URL when the text begins with a date

2011-01-12 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Hello, Here is an example org file: --- * some example [[file://localhost/c%3A/msys/1.0/temp/example.html][2011-01-01 example]] --- When I export this with

[Orgmode] Export issue of URL when the text begins with a date

2011-01-05 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Hello, Here is an example org file: --- * some example [[file://localhost/c%3A/msys/1.0/temp/example.html][2011-01-01 example]] --- When I export this with

Re: [Orgmode] %20 in file://... URL

2010-12-29 Thread Vincent Belaïche
[...] hoping that the above helps. Definitely. Last not least: On this mailing list you should normally Cc: answers to the original poster -- some are not subscribed to the list at all, some (like me) read the list in a different account than their main mail account and miss answers etc.

[Orgmode] Export of quoted region to HTML

2010-12-07 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Hello, In the following: --- * grmag, #+begin_quote flkan mvrj: + vfdeovndeq vdQ GV DRGB RGH RF HR H RH TR HTR HTZNTS FEZ GFE GEGERBGER EGAGEG FEZ AGG ERG R GHRA + fe zf el eaglv erg rbg ergnr brpa bgrek bgrekbg rekbg er

RE: [Orgmode] %20 in file://... URL

2010-11-22 Thread Vincent Belaïche
path + (substitute-in-file-name (expand-file-name %xx-decoded-path (file-apps (append org-file-apps (org-default-apps))) (apps (org-remove-if 'org-file-apps-entry-match-against-dlink-p file-apps)) 2010-11-13 Vincent Belaïche vincen...@users.sourceforge.net * org.el (org

RE: [Orgmode] %20 in file://... URL

2010-11-22 Thread Vincent Belaïche
path + (substitute-in-file-name (expand-file-name %xx-decoded-path (file-apps (append org-file-apps (org-default-apps))) (apps (org-remove-if 'org-file-apps-entry-match-against-dlink-p file-apps)) 2010-11-13 Vincent Belaïche vincen...@users.sourceforge.net * org.el (org

Re: [Orgmode] %20 in file://... URL

2010-11-22 Thread Vincent Belaïche
+0100, Vincent Belaïche wrote: I see, so I understand that you will someday modify a function creating links in order to implement character escaping. I can give a hand if tell me the function name. To be exact: Org already escapes some characters (C-h v org-link-escape-chars RET) and the colon

Re: [Orgmode] %20 in file://... URL

2010-11-12 Thread Vincent Belaïche
-file-apps-entry-match-against-dlink-p file-apps)) 2010-11-13 Vincent Belaïche vincen...@users.sourceforge.net * org.el (org-open-file): Decode %XX escapes in URL with file type, so that applications other than browsers are not confused with the filename

RE: [Orgmode] %20 in file://... URL

2010-11-12 Thread Vincent Belaïche
From: vincent@hotmail.fr To: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org; giovanni.rido...@yahoo.it Subject: Re: [Orgmode] %20 in file://... URL Date: Sat, 13 Nov 2010 07:18:42 +0100 CC: vincent@hotmail.fr [...] Please, do! :-) Giovanni Herein attached follows my patch. Please feel free for

RE: [Orgmode] %20 in file://... URL

2010-11-05 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Hello, Sorry to dwell on it: I am just wondering, is there any reason why %20 and suchlikes are not supported with the file: protocole ? I not, I can submit a patch to correct this and have the % constructs decoded. BR, Vincent. ___

RE: [Orgmode] %20 in file://... URL

2010-10-27 Thread Vincent Belaïche
From: giovanni.rido...@yahoo.it To: vincent@hotmail.fr Subject: Re: [Orgmode] %20 in file://... URL Date: Tue, 26 Oct 2010 17:39:55 +0200 CC: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org [...] *But*, Vincent, why do you use %3A when the colon : works? ?-/ The reason is quite simple, I wrote a package

Re: [Orgmode] %20 in file://... URL

2010-10-25 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Which Org mode version are you using? M-x org-version RET And can you give an example of a link that does not work as expected? Best, -- David Hello, Thanks for the feedback. Here is an example of failing link: [[file://localhost/c%3A/msys/1.0/temp/foo.html][link]] the file exists on

[Orgmode] %20 in file://... URL

2010-10-24 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Hello, My Org mode version is not able to interprete any `%20' or suchlike escape codes in file://... URL, is that normal ? Vincent. ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Please use `Reply All' to send replies to the list. Emacs-orgmode@gnu.org

[Orgmode] Re: does #+PROPERTY still exist ?

2010-09-22 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Hello all, Thanks for all the feedback. I am using Org-mode version 6.33x which is the latest on emacs CVS repository --- that may be outdated as emacs is using bazaar now. What is not working is 1. Auto-completion of `#+PROP' does not work 2. `C-c C-x p' does not work. Look at the following

RE: [Orgmode] Re: does #+PROPERTY still exist ?

2010-09-22 Thread Vincent Belaïche
, 23 Sep 2010 00:34:19 -0400 CC: vincent@hotmail.fr; emacs-orgmode@gnu.org; Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com wrote: Vincent Belaïche vincent@hotmail.fr wrote: ... 2.2 The completion at `Value:' prompt does not propose 1 2 or 3 Yes. I don't know how difficult

[Orgmode] does #+PROPERTY still exist ?

2010-09-21 Thread Vincent Belaïche
In the org manual node `(org) Property syntax' one can read the following: --8-coupez ici--début--8--- If you want to set properties that can be inherited by any entry in a file, use a line like #+PROPERTY: NDisks_ALL 1 2 3 4 --8-coupez

RE: [Orgmode] Re: Verbatim export

2010-07-09 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Thanks for the feedback. BR, Vincent. To: vincent@hotmail.fr Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Re: Verbatim export From: be...@norang.ca Date: Fri, 9 Jul 2010 09:13:09 -0400 CC: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org Vincent Belaïche vincent@hotmail.fr writes: [...] #+begin_example

[Orgmode] Verbatim export

2010-07-08 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Hello, I would like to know how to make some sequence of characters to be verbatim, ie that special characters lose their special meaning. For instance in the following quote the first `-' will be interpreted as a bullet point when exporting to HTML #+begin_quote - this - #+end_quote So I

RE: [Orgmode] Re: Verbatim export

2010-07-08 Thread Vincent Belaïche
[...] #+begin_example - this - #+end_example : - this one too : - and that one - Thank you for your quick reply, this is not exactly what I was looking for. What you propose will encapsulate all the text into a pre class=example /pre block. This means that the font and background

RE: [Orgmode] Poll: Who is using these commands

2010-05-08 Thread Vincent Belaïche
I use some of the navigation commands and C-c C-v (very often), but it would be quite fine to have other bindings provided that this is well advertised in the release note. I also often use C-c / way, for more refined queries. So go ahead! Vincent. Date: Sun, 9 May 2010 00:28:00 -0300

RE: [Bulk] [Orgmode] Column width in export

2010-04-17 Thread Vincent Belaïche
big attachement (tarzipped complete manual old and new version in addition to patch). Change log: ### 2010-04-16 Vincent Belaïche vincent@hotmail.fr * org.texi (Column width and alignment): add information how

[Orgmode] Re: [PATCH] docstring bug‏

2010-04-17 Thread Vincent Belaïche
I think that @samp{.} should rather be replaced by `.' or `' than by (without simple quotes) The `...@samp' marco is used for Texinfo source code, while simple quotes (`') are to be used in docstring. With my version of org, both `' and `.' work, but maybe the prefix (`.' or `')

RE: [Orgmode] Filtering entries of a journal file with its datestamp

2010-04-16 Thread Vincent Belaïche
M-x occur with regexp ^\(\*\|Subject\s-+1\) gives 5 matches for ^\(\*\|Subject\s-+1\) in buffer: temp.org 1:* 2010-04-16 fri 2:Subject 1 4:Subject 1 7:* 2010-04-17 sat 10:Subject 1 Vincent. Date: Fri, 16 Apr 2010 05:28:26 + From: rbeni...@yahoo.es

[Orgmode] Templates for drawer export

2010-04-14 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Hello all, Are there any way to make a template for drawer export, ie to define how the layout how a drawer would be exported to some format. Vincent. ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Please use `Reply All' to send replies to the list.

[Orgmode] Column width in export

2010-04-14 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Hello all, Here is an example Org document: ### * Example | salut | dsdd | | 30 | | | gvrag f gfegegergrgh rghrghr ghrh erh ghrhr hr htrhtr htrh trh trh trh trh | gerg

[Orgmode] Horizontal rule after list

2010-04-12 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Hello Dominik and al, I am new on this list, and also I am a new Org mode user. Here is an example of Org document: ### * Example 1. item 1 2. item 2

[Orgmode] HTML export of properties

2010-04-12 Thread Vincent Belaïche
Dear all, Just a question from an ignorant: I found that there is some way to export drawers with the `d:t' option, however, I could not find any such thing for properties export. Did I miss it ? Vincent. PS: It seems that I am not yet on the list, please include me in answer until my