Re: [O] markup text with leading, trailing spaces

2015-02-23 Thread Rasmus
hymie! hy...@lactose.homelinux.net writes: Sorry to resurrect an old thread, but this isn't actually working. hymie! hymie at lactose.homelinux.net writes: hymie! hymie at lactose.homelinux.net writes: So while I strongly prefer the exported version of - ~command1~ - ~command2~ -

Re: [O] markup text with leading, trailing spaces

2015-02-23 Thread hymie!
Sorry to resurrect an old thread, but this isn't actually working. hymie! hymie at lactose.homelinux.net writes: hymie! hymie at lactose.homelinux.net writes: So while I strongly prefer the exported version of - ~command1~ - ~command2~ - ~command3~ it's hard to copy-n-paste with

Re: [O] markup text with leading, trailing spaces

2015-02-14 Thread Jorge A. Alfaro-Murillo
hymie! writes: I think you are making the incorrect assumption that the machine on which I maintain my Org files is the same machine that I wish to execute commands on. Yes, or that you can ssh to it. If my commnds were all 8 characters long or less, it would be fine. Some of my commands

Re: [O] markup text with leading, trailing spaces

2015-02-14 Thread hymie
darc...@gmail.com writes: However, if if I can ssh to a server called myserver I can change the code block to #+begin_src sh :dir /myserver:~/ hostname #+end_src Now if I run the code block the code is executed in myserver and I get #+RESULTS: : myserver_host_name That is a very neat

Re: [O] markup text with leading, trailing spaces

2015-02-14 Thread darc...@gmail.com
Even if you want to run commands in a different computer you can do that with C-c C-c thanks to the :dir folder header argument and tramp. As an example, suppose I have the code block below #+begin_src sh hostname #+end_src If I run it I get something like #+RESULTS: : my_computer_name

Re: [O] markup text with leading, trailing spaces

2015-02-14 Thread hymie!
Jorge A. Alfaro-Murillo jorge.alfaro-murillo at yale.edu writes: hymie! writes: I think you are making the incorrect assumption that the machine on which I maintain my Org files is the same machine that I wish to execute commands on. Yes, or that you can ssh to it. Unfortunately,

Re: [O] markup text with leading, trailing spaces

2015-02-14 Thread hymie!
hymie! hymie at lactose.homelinux.net writes: So while I strongly prefer the exported version of - ~command1~ - ~command2~ - ~command3~ it's hard to copy-n-paste with the tildes in the way. org-hide-emphasis-markers is the answer. Setting this to true, the tildes disappear. --hymie!

Re: [O] markup text with leading, trailing spaces

2015-02-13 Thread Jorge A. Alfaro-Murillo
hymie! writes: I'd like to be able to have a series of commands in my raw org file that I can copy-n-paste into my shell window. But I also like to export my org files to HTML so that I can make ePubs and keep them in my iPad. And this #+BEGIN_SRC command1 command2 command3

[O] markup text with leading, trailing spaces

2015-02-13 Thread hymie!
Greetings. My next SNAFU involves mark-up text. I'd like to be able to have a series of commands in my raw org file that I can copy-n-paste into my shell window. But I also like to export my org files to HTML so that I can make ePubs and keep them in my iPad. So while I strongly prefer the

Re: [O] markup text with leading, trailing spaces

2015-02-13 Thread hymie!
In our last episode, the evil Dr. Lacto had captured our hero, jorge.alfaro-muri...@yale.edu (Jorge A. Alfaro-Murillo), who said: hymie! writes: I'd like to be able to have a series of commands in my raw org file that I can copy-n-paste into my shell window. But I also like to export my