[PATCH] org-imenu-get-tree: Allow parent headings to be selected themselves

2022-05-30 Thread Adam Porter
Hi, Please see the attached patch that remedies a longstanding, simple shortcoming in Org's Imenu support. Thanks, AdamFrom 00104b2b9246b19cdb02bbce993d120581dc9f0e Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Adam Porter Date: Mon, 30 May 2022 02:59:06 -0500 Subject: [PATCH] org-imenu-get-tree: Allow

Re: [Worg] New subdirectory not fully built?

2021-10-05 Thread Adam Porter
Max Nikulin writes: > It seems, you have managed to solve the problem, I guess, by fixing > link targets: > > https://git.sr.ht/~bzg/worg/commit/31f4212874e1bc54f335e329f6bcee83801dcf9c I did that, but see also the following commit where I gave in and set "broken-links:t". There were too many

Re: [PATCH] [BUG] Org 9.5: org-goto UI seems broken

2021-10-05 Thread Adam Porter
Hi Ihor, > See the attached fix. The fix looks reasonable, though I fail to > understand why org-no-popup was even used in org-goto-location. We kind > of want a popup there. git blame did not reveal anything useful either. > > Adam, can you test the fix in different scenar

Re: [BUG] Org 9.5: org-goto UI seems broken

2021-10-05 Thread Adam Porter
Max Nikulin writes: >> Running Org 9.5 on Emacs 28.0.60, I noticed that org-goto seems to be >> broken: >> >> 1. When I press "C-c C-j", instead of displaying the indirect buffer in >> one window and the org-goto menu in another, only the org-goto window >> (the "*Org Help*" buffer) is

[BUG] Org 9.5: org-goto UI seems broken

2021-10-05 Thread Adam Porter
e I called org-goto. AFAIK, org-goto worked on Org 9.4.6 that I was using before Org 9.5 was merged into the Emacs 28.0.x branch. -- Thanks, Adam

Re: org-element.el change in emacs.git

2021-10-04 Thread Adam Porter
Hi Amin, Amin Bandali writes: >> By the way, I'm curious, not having always followed the internal details >> of Org's development over the years: why are changes like that made to >> emacs.git and merged back into Org, instead of being made in Org and >> then merged back into Emacs with the

Re: [Worg] Proposing a few CSS changes

2021-10-02 Thread Adam Porter
Hi Timothy, Timothy writes: > Great! I’ve just taken a peek and it’s a clear improvement in my eyes > . :) >> Note that, after I made the other changes, the links scattered around >> the page clashed very badly with the nice “Org green” and black theme, >> so I adjusted them as well (as

[Worg] New subdirectory not fully built?

2021-10-02 Thread Adam Porter
something wrong, or if there's something else going on. Thanks, Adam

Re: [orgweb] Making the git repo URL more visible

2021-10-02 Thread Adam Porter
Timothy writes: > I think a “Source Code” header could make sense, with a link to the cgit page, > git clone line, and maybe a sentence or on Savannah for the unfamiliar. > Perhaps > we could like to the org-contrib and website repos as well there? Sounds good to me.

Re: [orgweb] Making the git repo URL more visible

2021-10-02 Thread Adam Porter
Hi Timothy, On Fri, Oct 1, 2021 at 10:10 AM Timothy wrote: > > Hi Adam, > > > Just now I found myself needing to look up the URL of the Org git repo, > > and it seemed a bit harder than it ought to be. It’d be nice if there > > were a prominent “source code” li

Re: [orgweb] Making the git repo URL more visible

2021-10-02 Thread Adam Porter
Hi Bastien, On Sat, Oct 2, 2021 at 12:03 AM Bastien wrote: > > Hi Adam, > > Adam Porter writes: > > > Other FOSS projects's sites seem to make their source code repo links > > very prominent; could Org's web site do that too? :) > > Done, let me know if it

Re: searching agenda from TRAMP

2021-09-30 Thread Adam Porter
bug-hunter package to bisect your config. If none of that helps, you'll probably have to dig in to the problem, use the profiler, etc, to try to find what exactly is taking so long. This kind of problem usually isn't easy to troubleshoot. :( Good luck! Adam

Re: org-element.el change in emacs.git

2021-09-30 Thread Adam Porter
Hi Kyle, Kyle Meyer writes: > Thanks for the heads up. > > I monitor Org-related changes to the Emacs repo and port them to Org's. > Entering into Emacs release periods, I tend to look at least once a day > so that porting doesn't hold up cutting a bugfix release and syncing. > Other times,

org-element.el change in emacs.git

2021-09-30 Thread Adam Porter
to make sure it doesn't go unnoticed. -- Thanks, Adam

Re: [Worg] Proposing a few CSS changes

2021-09-25 Thread Adam Porter
Hi Timothy, Timothy writes: >> I find it frustrating when I’ve configured my browser to […] > > I think this is the source of our differences of opinion. I personally haven’t > touched my browser’s default CSS, and am not a fan of the default styling, but > clearly you have changed your

Re: [BUG] 81c7a2dee8 misaligns time lines in agenda

2021-09-25 Thread Adam Porter
Hi Bastien, On Sat, Sep 25, 2021 at 2:46 PM Bastien wrote: > > Since Bastien made this change, and it's very simple, I'm guessing he'll > > know what the proper fix is. :) > > The change I made was superceded by Nicolas series of patches: > >

Re: [Worg] Proposing a few CSS changes

2021-09-25 Thread Adam Porter
There's already way too much whitespace on the Web. ;) If you like, I'll prepare a new "patch" and post screenshots so we can try to reach consensus. -- Thanks, Adam

Re: [Worg] Proposing a few CSS changes

2021-09-25 Thread Adam Porter
Bastien writes: > Hi Adam, > > Adam Porter writes: > >> If these are agreeable, I can apply them to the Worg repo. > > Sure, please go ahead! Thanks, Hi Bastien, Thanks. Since Timothy has some thoughts on these changes, I'll wait until we come to a consensus on them. :)

Re: [ANN] org-ql 0.6 released

2021-09-22 Thread Adam Porter
Juan Manuel Macías writes: > Hi Adam, > > Thank you very much for this great package. I could no longer live without > org-ql/helm-org-ql :-) Hi Juan, Thanks for the kind words. I'm glad it's useful to you. :)

[ANN] org-ql 0.6 released

2021-09-22 Thread Adam Porter
Hi friends, FYI, I just released version 0.6 of org-ql. Please see the changelog here: https://github.com/alphapapa/org-ql#06 -- Thanks, Adam

Re: Heading toward Org 9.5

2021-09-21 Thread Adam Porter
it makes it difficult to keep my org-super-agenda tests working cleanly on Org versions both before and after 9.4.6. -- Thanks, Adam

[BUG] 81c7a2dee8 misaligns time lines in agenda

2021-07-25 Thread Adam Porter
hours, but the new lines are one character too far to the left. Since Bastien made this change, and it's very simple, I'm guessing he'll know what the proper fix is. :) Thanks, Adam 0: https://github.com/alphapapa/org-super-agenda/pull/167 1: https://code.orgmode.org/bzg/org-mode/commit

Re: [PATCH] org-agenda.el: Add a M-, binding for org-priority-show

2021-05-01 Thread Adam Spiers
On Sat, 1 May 2021 at 11:45, Bastien wrote: > Kyle Meyer writes: > > With a C-u, org-agenda-priority calls org-priority-show. So perhaps > > instead of adding a new binding, the documentation should be improved. > > I pushed a small enhancement for org-agenda-priority's docstring > with commit

Re: Can no longer org-set-link-parameters with "fuzzy" link types

2021-04-06 Thread Adam Sneller
Thank you both for the replies! Nicholas - can you recommend how to best implement this with font-lock-add-keywords? Best regards, -Adam > On 6 Apr 2021, at 13:06, Nicolas Goaziou wrote: > > Hello, > > Kyle Meyer writes: > >> [ Sorry for the slow response. ] &

Re: overloading of internal priority calculations in agenda

2021-03-09 Thread Adam Spiers
Thanks Jack for the helpful response and support of my assessment. I do intend to fix this as part of my ongoing (but currently delayed) work on improving agenda sorting and adding an option to manually sort. On Tue, 9 Mar 2021 at 07:07, Jack Kamm wrote: > > Hi Adam, > > > I

Can no longer org-set-link-parameters with "fuzzy" link types

2021-02-24 Thread Adam Sneller
earch path (point) t))) (error nil)) 'org-link 'org-warning In 9.4.4 this patch breaks this: https://code.orgmode.org/bzg/org-mode/commit/8c4e270df280a08b7e61295712c86246088146ba Is there some other recommended way to get this done as of 9.4.4? Thanks, Adam Sneller – CCO MS2 Digital 20 Old

Re: Citations with page numbers using helm-bibtex and org-ref

2021-02-21 Thread Adam Sneller
Thanks John! I think you have just given me my next homework assignment for "Adam's list of things to noodle around with in eLisp" :) Adam > On 21 Feb 2021, at 17:40, John Kitchin wrote: > > It seems like some ideas are getting mixed up in your description. A cite

Re: Citations with page numbers using helm-bibtex and org-ref

2021-02-21 Thread Adam Sneller
). And if you copy the link over by hand, it maps back to the document bradley197es.org <http://bradley197es.org/> (not the actual note). Am I missing anything? Adam > On 21 Feb 2021, at 12:21, Bruce D'Arcus wrote: > > On Sat, Feb 20, 2021 at 10:31 PM Adam Sneller > wrote: > >&

Citations with page numbers using helm-bibtex and org-ref

2021-02-20 Thread Adam Sneller
still using @inbook? Thanks! Adam Sneller – CCO MS2 Digital 20 Old Bailey, St Paul's, ​London EC4M 7AN ​adam.sneller@ms2.digital office: 020 3988 6800 direct: 020 3988 6809 The information in this e-mail and any documents and files transmitted with it are confidential and for the use of the intended

Re: Auto-activate new <<>>

2021-02-08 Thread Adam Sneller
t; Carnegie Mellon University > Pittsburgh, PA 15213 > 412-268-7803 > @johnkitchin > http://kitchingroup.cheme.cmu.edu <http://kitchingroup.cheme.cmu.edu/> > > > > On Sun, Feb 7, 2021 at 8:48 PM Kyle Meyer <mailto:k...@kyleam.com>> wrote: > Adam Sneller writes

Auto-activate new <<>>

2021-02-07 Thread Adam Sneller
I want to call org-update-radio-target-regexp as soon as org-mode recognises a new <<>> has been created (which seems to happen as soon as the third ">" is typed). What hook can I use to get this done? Adam Sneller – CCO MS2 Digital 20 Old Bailey, St Paul's, ​London E

Re: overloading of internal priority calculations in agenda

2020-12-22 Thread Adam Spiers
se any priority sorting except in user-customizable but it > makes sense to decouple them for those who do. and i frequently want > to differently sort an existing agenda view. > > > On 12/22/20, Adam Spiers wrote: > > Hi again, > > > > On Wed, Dec 02, 2020 at

Re: overloading of internal priority calculations in agenda

2020-12-22 Thread Adam Spiers
Hi again, On Wed, Dec 02, 2020 at 02:20:53PM +, Adam Spiers wrote: Hi all, I'm currently working on adding a feature to org-agenda which allows manual ordering of entries in combination with the existing automatic ordering (as dictated by `org-agenda-sorting-strategy'). During my

overloading of internal priority calculations in agenda

2020-12-02 Thread Adam Spiers
by the priority cookie and nothing else? Thanks! Adam

[PATCH] org-agenda.el: Add a M-, binding for org-priority-show

2020-12-01 Thread Adam Spiers
This offers an easy way to check the internal numeric priority used for sorting within the agenda. --- doc/org-manual.org | 8 lisp/org-agenda.el | 1 + 2 files changed, 9 insertions(+) diff --git a/doc/org-manual.org b/doc/org-manual.org index 5a84a6de6..e914af42d 100644 ---

Re: [ANN] org-ql 0.5 released

2020-11-23 Thread Adam Porter
(require 'org-super-agenda) as when I wish to install it, it does not. If you install org-ql from MELPA or with Quelpa, org-super-agenda will be installed automatically. The `require' function does not install packages. Thanks, Adam

[ANN] Org QL Custom Predicates Tutorial

2020-11-22 Thread Adam Porter
#+BEGIN_SRC elisp (org-ql-search (org-agenda-files) "person:Bob") #+END_SRC Please see the tutorial for a walkthrough of the process of building a custom predicate incrementally: https://github.com/alphapapa/org-ql/blob/master/examples/defpred.org Thanks, Adam

[ANN] org-ql 0.5 released

2020-11-22 Thread Adam Porter
://github.com/alphapapa/org-ql#05 Please let me know if you have any feedback. Thanks, Adam

[ANN] org-super-agenda 1.2 released

2020-11-21 Thread Adam Porter
Hi friends, FYI, I've released version 1.2 of org-super-agenda, which includes several improvements since the last stable release. https://github.com/alphapapa/org-super-agenda#changelog Please let me know if you have any feedback. Thanks, Adam

[ANN] org-ql: Bookmarks, dynamic blocks, and links

2020-11-11 Thread Adam Porter
sed. Please let me know if you have any feedback. Thanks, Adam 0: https://github.com/alphapapa/org-ql 1: https://github.com/alphapapa/org-ql#dynamic-block 2: https://github.com/alphapapa/org-ql#links 3: https://github.com/alphapapa/burly.el

Re: [PATCH] org-refile.el: Add org-refile-reverse which toggles org-reverse-note-order

2020-11-09 Thread Adam Spiers
On Sun, Sep 06, 2020 at 02:10:09AM -0400, Amin Bandali wrote: Bastien writes: Hi Adam, Adam Spiers writes: This is useful for prepending to the start of the target headline instead of appending to the end, or vice-versa depending on org-reverse-note-order. I think this would be useful

[PATCH] x11idle: Make installation a little smoother

2020-10-25 Thread Adam Spiers
Fix a -Wimplicit-int compiler warning, and make it more obvious how to obtain scrnsaver.h on three of the most popular Linux distros. Signed-off-by: Adam Spiers --- contrib/scripts/x11idle.c | 7 ++- 1 file changed, 6 insertions(+), 1 deletion(-) diff --git a/contrib/scripts/x11idle.c b

Re: [PATCH] [WIP] org-agenda.el: Make org-entries-lessp more efficient

2020-10-24 Thread Adam Spiers
On Sat, Oct 24, 2020 at 01:36:05PM +0200, Bastien wrote: Hi Adam, this looks good to me, thanks a lot. Thanks for the review :-) Does "WIP" means that you want to wait for other patches to complete this one or shall I apply this one already? The intention is for it to be a

[PATCH] [WIP] org-agenda.el: Make org-entries-lessp more efficient

2020-10-18 Thread Adam Spiers
comparison is decisive in ordering any two elements. Signed-off-by: Adam Spiers --- lisp/org-agenda.el | 103 - 1 file changed, 46 insertions(+), 57 deletions(-) diff --git a/lisp/org-agenda.el b/lisp/org-agenda.el index 88bb3f90d..eadc7fedd 100644

[PATCH] org-agenda.el: Fix 'Maker' typo

2020-10-18 Thread Adam Spiers
TINYCHANGE Signed-off-by: Adam Spiers --- lisp/org-agenda.el | 2 +- 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-) diff --git a/lisp/org-agenda.el b/lisp/org-agenda.el index a1b20649d..88bb3f90d 100644 --- a/lisp/org-agenda.el +++ b/lisp/org-agenda.el @@ -4127,7 +4127,7 @@ (defvar org-agenda

Re: variable-pitch-mode misaligns org-mode heading tags

2020-09-16 Thread Adam Spiers
On Wed, Sep 16, 2020 at 11:55:53PM +0100, Adam Spiers wrote: I've actually managed it get it working now! See the attached patch. However unfortunately it is not ready to be merged yet. Firstly, it breaks `test-org/tag-align'. Secondly, since this changes the method of alignment from simply

Re: Help administer code.orgmode.org: moderate user access and manage the gogs instance

2020-09-16 Thread Adam Spiers
g also subject to a peer review process these days? Cheers, Adam

Re: variable-pitch-mode misaligns org-mode heading tags

2020-09-16 Thread Adam Spiers
ntributors >From 7655c32847d7abd9da7603b1a1a314b7d1b87ba5 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Adam Spiers Date: Wed, 16 Sep 2020 23:12:04 +0100 Subject: [PATCH] [WIP] org.el: Align tags using specified space display property To: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org Previously tags on heading lines were aligned using

Re: variable-pitch-mode misaligns org-mode heading tags

2020-09-16 Thread Adam Spiers
ist, and the best I could find was `pos-visible-in-window-p' which has some issues which I mentioned there. If you have thoughts on whether I'm right about those, and if so how to solve them, I'd love to hear! Cheers, Adam

Re: [feature request] org-at-timestamp-p should accept multiple parameters

2020-09-09 Thread Adam Faryna
Thanks. I understand now. I think to generate a patch in this case it's too much hustle, for a minor benefit. -- Adam On Wed, 9 Sep 2020 at 09:13, Bastien wrote: > Hi Adam, > > Adam Faryna writes: > > > Ok, maybe I misunderstood the purpose of this function. I wanted to &

Re: [feature request] org-at-timestamp-p should accept multiple parameters

2020-09-08 Thread Adam Faryna
-04 Fri> I always get nil. So either it's a bug, or I miss something. Thanks, Adam On Tue, 8 Sep 2020 at 15:26, Bastien wrote: > Hi Adam, > > thanks, but I still need to understand the exact change you suggest > and what general fix/improvement it will provide. Probably a patc

Re: [feature request] org-at-timestamp-p should accept multiple parameters

2020-09-08 Thread Adam Faryna
g-at-timestamp-p" suggest that there is time information in it anyway) by default, or keep it as it is but extend parameter list with support of named parameters where agenda-like can be activated with :agenda t, inactive timestamp with :inactive t, with default values nil. Thanks, Ada

Re: make org-refile auto-recache when needed?

2020-09-05 Thread Adam Spiers
Hi Bastien, On Fri, Sep 04, 2020 at 04:12:08PM +0200, Bastien wrote: Adam Spiers writes: I note that when org-refile-use-cache is enabled and the cache becomes stale, attempting to refile results in this error message (originating from `org-refile-check-position'): Invalid refile

Re: [PATCH] doc: Document C-. for jumping to today when choosing a timestamp

2020-09-05 Thread Adam Spiers
On Fri, Sep 04, 2020 at 03:47:08PM +0200, Bastien wrote: Hi Adam, Adam Spiers writes: This useful key binding was previously missing from the manual. Thanks for spotting this. I added it (as 2df7a8fa) together with the `.' keybinding, which achieves the same. Thanks Bastien. There's

Re: time-warping - retroactively marking DONE?

2020-08-29 Thread Adam Spiers
On Wed, 8 Jul 2020 at 23:09, No Wayman wrote: > I emailed Adam directly with an experimental package I wrote to > solve the problem of changing the todo-state of an entry at an > arbitrary time. > He suggested I posted here as well: > > https://github.com/progfolio/epoch/ >

[PATCH] org-refile.el: Add org-refile-reverse which toggles org-reverse-note-order

2020-08-29 Thread Adam Spiers
This is useful for prepending to the start of the target headline instead of appending to the end, or vice-versa depending on org-reverse-note-order. --- doc/org-manual.org | 10 ++ etc/ORG-NEWS | 9 + lisp/org-keys.el | 1 + lisp/org-refile.el | 11 +++ 4 files

[PATCH] doc: Document C-. for jumping to today when choosing a timestamp

2020-08-29 Thread Adam Spiers
This useful key binding was previously missing from the manual. Signed-off-by: Adam Spiers --- doc/org-manual.org | 2 ++ 1 file changed, 2 insertions(+) diff --git a/doc/org-manual.org b/doc/org-manual.org index 3eb745b5d..7c291c3a7 100644 --- a/doc/org-manual.org +++ b/doc/org-manual.org

Bug: org-agenda-sorting-strategy priority has no effect [9.3.7 (9.3.7-16-g521d7f-elpaplus @ /Users/devil/.emacs.d/elpa/org-plus-contrib-20200803/)]

2020-08-05 Thread Adam Faryna
) ("@home" . 111) ("@office" . 105) ("@delegate" . 100) (:endgroup) (:startgroup) ("@phone" . 112) ("@computer" . 109) (:endgroup)) org-modules '(ol-w3m ol-bbdb ol-bibtex ol-docview ol-gnus ol-info ol-irc ol-mh

[feature request] org-at-timestamp-p should accept multiple parameters

2020-08-02 Thread Adam Faryna
of parameters or named parameters instead of just one parameter? Thanks, Adam

make org-refile auto-recache when needed?

2020-07-15 Thread Adam Spiers
faster. Cheers, Adam

Re: :STYLE: habit causes position in agenda view to change

2020-07-15 Thread Adam Spiers
On Tue, Jul 14, 2020 at 11:33:03PM -0400, Kyle Meyer wrote: Adam Spiers writes: I've noticed that adding the :STYLE: habit property to a TODO causes its position in the agenda view to change; it jumps to the bottom of the day. Is there any way to prevent that? Try customizing org-agenda

Re: Org mode for meeting minutes

2020-07-07 Thread Adam Spiers
On Thu, 31 Oct 2019 at 14:04, Christian Egli wrote: > Hi all > > I'd like to revisit a very old thread[1] where Adam Spiers asks if there > is support in Org mode for > > 1. Allow *fast* production of meeting agendas and minutes, exportable in >a good-looking legible

:STYLE: habit causes position in agenda view to change

2020-07-07 Thread Adam Spiers
Hi all, I've noticed that adding the :STYLE: habit property to a TODO causes its position in the agenda view to change; it jumps to the bottom of the day. Is there any way to prevent that? Thanks! Adam

time-warping - retroactively marking DONE?

2020-07-07 Thread Adam Spiers
particularly convenient. I can even imagine users occasionally wanting to mark stuff done in the future, e.g. if they have an activity planned for tomorrow while they're offline. So maybe using the word 'retroactive' in the wrapper function name is a bit too limiting. Cheers, Adam

Re: Policy proposal: Do not move existing functions/macros except in major version increments

2020-06-01 Thread Adam Porter
Hi Bastien, On 6/1/20, Bastien wrote: > Hi Adam, > > Adam Porter writes: > >> The relatively recent moving of org-get-outline-path to org-refile.el >> has caused breakage in Org itself in several places, e.g. >> >> https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-or

Re: org-clip-link should be included in core

2020-05-24 Thread Adam Porter
ted as non-link text. > > Let me know if this seems okay for you. > > I'm copying Adam as he may comment on that too. That seems like an elegant solution. Thanks, Bastien.

Re: Policy proposal: Do not move existing functions/macros except in major version increments

2020-04-22 Thread Adam Porter
Hi Nicolas, Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Hello, > > Adam Porter writes: > >> The relatively recent moving of org-get-outline-path to org-refile.el >> has caused breakage in Org itself in several places, e.g. > > [...] > >> Thankfully, Kyle has proposed

Re: [ANN] org-ql 0.4 released

2020-04-22 Thread Adam Porter
David R writes: > On Saturday, January 25, 2020, Adam Porter wrote: > >> I care about stability, not MELPA Stable. It's your choice to use MELPA >> Stable, and you're free to upgrade or downgrade individual packages to >> work around such occasional, temporary breakage

Policy proposal: Do not move existing functions/macros except in major version increments

2020-04-16 Thread Adam Porter
in the NEWS file. Thanks, Adam

Re: I'm slowly coming back

2020-04-13 Thread Adam Porter
Hi Bastien, I've been keeping an eye out for you! :) Glad to hear you're well, and I'm looking forward to your return. Adam

Re: Assistant to remove unused IDs of org-id

2020-04-13 Thread Adam Porter
ook. Finally I would be grateful for > any comment whatsoever (e.g. regarding the name of org-id-cleanup.el). Hi Marc, Thanks, this looks useful. I posted some feedback as an issue on the repository. Adam

Re: Org-babel-lilypond always renders full pages

2020-04-01 Thread adam
On Wed, 2020-04-01 at 11:02 +0200, Oliver Heck wrote: > > Off-topic: Oliver is exporting/engraving to a fixed-resolution png. An > > alternative > > is to export scalable vector graphics of the score to PDF. > > PDF does scale better, but it does not help because I need the original > size

Re: Org-babel-lilypond always renders full pages

2020-03-31 Thread adam
On Tue, 2020-03-31 at 10:48 -0300, Jonathan Gregory wrote: > Hi > > On 30 Mar 2020, stardiviner wrote: > > > -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- > > Hash: SHA256 > > > > > > stardiviner writes: > > > > > -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- > > > Hash: SHA256 > > > > > > > > > You might want

Re: virtual org-mode meetup tomorrow 11am EST

2020-03-29 Thread Adam Porter
Ihor Radchenko writes: > FYI: > I have recently stumbled upon a FOSS service for video conferencing: > https://meet.jit.si/ (recommended in Tor blog > https://blog.torproject.org/remote-work-personal-safety) > > Might be another option for future meetings. Yes, that's what was used for

Re: Automatic formatting of the table as you type

2020-03-29 Thread Adam Porter
ndame writes: > As for org-at-table-p being slow storing the start and end position of > the table could be a solution, so if point is between them then there > is no need to check org-at-table-p again. > > org-table-align seemed fast enough for me when I tried the posted > code, but if it's

Re: org-pop-mode

2020-03-18 Thread Adam Porter
"Mark E. Shoulson" writes: > Heh; fair enough.  The filename originally was "org-level-end.el", I > think; I started using the catchier "org-pop" because... well, it was > catchier.  It made sense in my mind, in the "push"/"pop" sense used > with stacks in programming, that you "push" to a

Re: org-pop-mode

2020-03-18 Thread Adam Porter
"Mark E. Shoulson" writes: > This is something I've wanted for years in org-mode, but which in some > ways could actually be _offensive_ to its ideals. If you're an > outline purist, look away. > > ... > > So, I present a pre-alpha version, >

Re: ox.html causes w3c xhtml validation

2020-03-15 Thread Adam Porter
Colin Baxter writes: > In my opinion, if it can't be fixed then the changes should be > removed. Surely, we cannot have an org-mode that knowingly > exports/publishes something that causes a validation error! Looking at the error message, the fix might be very simple: The most common cause

Re: virtual org-mode meetup tomorrow 11am EST

2020-03-15 Thread Adam Porter
Thanks to John for hosting, and to all who "attended" virtually. It was great fun. Looking forward to doing it again.

Re: [PATCH] Add NO-STATS switch to org-get-heading

2020-03-13 Thread Adam Porter
Please don't add more arguments to org-get-heading. It used to have 2, then it had 4, and now you want to add a 5th. Every time the function's signature changes, it breaks code in third-party packages and user code in random places, which requires the addition of messy compatibility code and

Re: Debugging at least 2 regressions in org-mode master breaking ox-hugo

2020-02-27 Thread Adam Porter
Kaushal Modi writes: > Failure 1: org-get-outline-path has moved, and not mentioned in ORG-NEWS > > Compiling ox-hugo.el now gives: > > ox-hugo.el:4284:1: Warning: the function ‘org-get-outline-path’ is not known > to be defined. > > I see that defun has now moved to org-refile.el. I see that >

Re: Regarding collapsing blank lines between headlines

2020-02-19 Thread Adam Porter
Hi Russell, This is not exactly what you asked for, but here's some code that ensures blank lines exist between headings and entry content. You could modify it to remove excess lines without too much trouble.

Re: Survey: changing a few default settings for Org 9.4

2020-02-19 Thread Adam Porter
Marco Wahl writes: - org-loop-over-headlines-in-active-region => t >>> >>> I vote for => 'start-level. Loop over headlines with same level as the >>> first. >> >> Yes, good suggestion. > > Let's see what others say. I can see how that could be useful, but I feel like it would be less

Re: Survey: changing a few default settings for Org 9.4

2020-02-19 Thread Adam Porter
I generally approve of all of these changes. However, hiding emphasis and macro markers can make editing text at the boundaries of emphasized text non-intuitive, which I can imagine might frustrate some new users, so that should probably be carefully considered. The other changes seem like

Re: Possible to exclude/include tags for agenda custom commands?

2020-02-19 Thread Adam Porter
Hi Bastien, Bastien writes: > Hi Adam, > > Adam Porter writes: > >> https://alphapapa.github.io/org-almanac/ > > this is a very nice list of resources! > > Do you think we can advertize it somewhere on Worg? > > If yes but are unsure *where*, just go ahead

Re: Possible to exclude/include tags for agenda custom commands?

2020-02-14 Thread Adam Porter
Stig Brautaset writes: > Hi Bastien, > > Bastien writes: >>> I can easily do this in the list of TODOs, with a tag search. However, I >>> haven't figured out how to do this for the agenda. Is it possible? If >>> so, how? >> >> From what I understand, check `org-agenda-tag-filter' to see how to

Re: [PATCH] ox.el: Fix extra character deleted in org-export--update-included-link

2020-02-13 Thread Adam Porter
for all your contributions, Adam

Re: Provide org-insert-subitem

2020-02-13 Thread Adam Porter
Bastien writes: > First of all, don't be afraid, I don't have a grand plan for "cleaning > up" things. Don't worry, I trust you. :) Org wouldn't be what it is today without your work, and I'm grateful for how much time you've been putting into improving Org lately. >> I'm not sure what you

Re: Provide org-insert-subitem

2020-02-12 Thread Adam Porter
Hi Bastien, Bastien writes: > I still find it strange to keep functions that are used nowhere in the > Org's core--except of course for functions that explicitely mention as > usable by the user (e.g. `org-clock-persistence-insinuate'.) > > I'd rather have these functions stored in a

[ANN/RFC] org-ql-view-dispatch command

2020-02-10 Thread Adam Porter
or use the Customization system. Here's a screencast of it: https://github.com/alphapapa/org-ql/raw/master/images/org-ql-view-dispatch.gif It seems to work well, but I'd appreciate any feedback. Thanks, Adam

Re: How to intersperse commands with their output in RESULTS block?

2020-02-07 Thread Adam Porter
Diego Zamboni writes: > I came up with the following block, which cleans up all the cruft from > the output of the =script= command and produces a nicely formatted > session transcript: > > #+NAME: cleanup > #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp :var data="" :results value :exports none >

Re: org-adapt-indentation default should be nil [legibility 3/6]

2020-02-05 Thread Adam Porter
Texas Cyberthal writes: >> the default settings do not put blank lines between headings and >> their entry text, > > I don't know what this means. Plain Emacs behaves the same way > Spacemacs does in this regard. Insertion of a blank line after a > heading is voluntary but standrd. I don't know

Re: org-startup-truncated default should be nil [legibility 2/6]

2020-02-05 Thread Adam Porter
Texas Cyberthal writes: >> visual-line-mode and toggle-truncate-lines are basic Emacs commands >> that all users should learn early. > > Visual lines, logical lines etc is a complicated mess that Spacemacs > avoids entirely. I recall fiddling with it and never being satisfied, > until adopting

Re: Defaults for noobs, dotfiles for vets [legibility 1/6]

2020-02-05 Thread Adam Porter
Texas Cyberthal writes: > Making a vet change a default if he decides he doesn't like a change > upon upgrading won't drive him away, but Emacs' unfriendly defaults > are always driving away noobs. Therefore Org's defaults should be > noob-friendly, not vet-friendly. There is certainly room to

Re: org-mode functional programming library

2020-02-03 Thread Adam Porter
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Note that, at some point, Org will support "seq.el", i.e., when we > drop support for Emacs 24. Just a small FYI about seq.el, for those who may not be aware: while it's a very useful library, it can be quite slow since it uses generics. For example, here are some

Re: Prose with markup needs more line spacing [legibility 5/6]

2020-02-03 Thread Adam Porter
Texas Cyberthal writes: > Code requires less line spacing. It has more whitespace, fewer capital > letters, and no markup such as underlining. Code is read differently > than prose; it requires less sequential scanning. Code certainly can have markup like underlining. For example,

Re: Fixed vs variable pitch font [legibility 4/6]

2020-02-03 Thread Adam Porter
Texas Cyberthal writes: > Readable prose requires variable-pitch font. Readable code requires > fixed-pitch font. Org should make it easy to configure the two > separately. > > mixed-pitch-mode mostly solves this problem, but only advanced users > know about it. >

Re: org-adapt-indentation default should be nil [legibility 3/6]

2020-02-03 Thread Adam Porter
Texas Cyberthal writes: > #+begin_src elisp > (org-adapt-indentation nil) > #+end_src > > Adaptive indentation makes sense when using Org as a plain-text > database. It does not make sense when using Org for longform prose. > > In the former case, outline depth is important to reflect properties

Re: org-startup-truncated default should be nil [legibility 2/6]

2020-02-03 Thread Adam Porter
Texas Cyberthal writes: > #+begin_src elisp > (org-startup-truncated nil) > #+end_src > > Line truncation is necessary for code but anathema for prose. Prose > lines need visual wrap as windows resize, so that texts can be > compared easily. > > Advanced Org uses such as large tables require

Re: Defaults for noobs, dotfiles for vets [legibility 1/6]

2020-02-03 Thread Adam Porter
Texas Cyberthal writes: > Beginners spend a while learning to use Emacs as a simple text editor > before they're able to do anything more advanced. Their ability to > intelligently customize is minimal. Meanwhile experts have automated > dotfile deployment, so defaults are almost irrelevant to

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