Re: [O] More clocktable breakage

2017-05-15 Thread Achim Gratz
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Is your issue solved? I can confirm the issue is solved. Thanks again. Regards, Achim. -- +<[Q+ Matrix-12 WAVE#46+305 Neuron microQkb Andromeda XTk Blofeld]>+ SD adaptation for Waldorf Blofeld V1.15B11: http://Synth.Stromeko.net/Downloads.html#WaldorfSDada

Re: [O] More clocktable breakage

2017-05-14 Thread Achim Gratz
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > I fixed the issue by extending `org-at-timestamp-p' optional argument > while preserving backward-compatibility. Thanks. That seems like a much better soultion than what we've had before and some of what we've discussed before getting there. > Is your issue solved?

Re: [O] More clocktable breakage

2017-05-14 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, Achim Gratz writes: > Yes, put the cursor on the date or time of one of the timestamps and > press S-Up or S-Down. It should increase or decrease the corresponding > element of the timestamp, but instead you'll get an error message: > > org-clocktable-shift: Line

Re: [O] More clocktable breakage

2017-05-07 Thread Achim Gratz
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > OK. I inserted it in a fresh Org buffer. Is there any command to call on > it now? Yes, put the cursor on the date or time of one of the timestamps and press S-Up or S-Down. It should increase or decrease the corresponding element of the timestamp, but instead you'll

Re: [O] More clocktable breakage

2017-05-07 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, Achim Gratz writes: > I've told you from the beginning that it was a file at work and that it > would take some time to dig down to the problem since it did work at > home when I tried to create said ECM. I know, but I was hoping a few weeks would be enough, since the

Re: [O] More clocktable breakage

2017-05-06 Thread Achim Gratz
> As I asked 5 weeks ago (!), could you provide an ECM demonstrating the > issue so that I can fix it, in the light of our discussion? I've told you from the beginning that it was a file at work and that it would take some time to dig down to the problem since it did work at home when I tried to

Re: [O] More clocktable breakage

2017-05-06 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, Achim Gratz writes: > No, I meant context of application, rather than context in the > syntactical sense. Org-element-* deals with syntax, nothing else. > Whether you need strict syntactical interpretation or something else > gets decided someplace else. OK. Then we

Re: [O] More clocktable breakage

2017-05-02 Thread Achim Gratz
Nicolas Goaziou writes: >> I'd say anything org-element-* should exclusively return syntactical >> things. Context dependence needs to be dealt with elsewhere. > > I'm not sure to understand this. Syntactical things are all about > context dependence in Org. Do you mean /context independance/

Re: [O] More clocktable breakage

2017-05-02 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, Achim Gratz writes: > Well, taking a further setp back, before Org started to have a formal > syntax anything that looked like a timestamp was treated as one. The > different categories of timestamps really arise from the fact that we > now have syntactical timestamps

Re: [O] More clocktable breakage

2017-05-01 Thread Achim Gratz
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Sadly, what a "timestamp" is depends on what function is asking. AFAICT, > there are three categories of "timestamps". Well, taking a further setp back, before Org started to have a formal syntax anything that looked like a timestamp was treated as one. The different

Re: [O] More clocktable breakage

2017-04-30 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, Achim Gratz writes: > That's what I've been asking the whole time: when you changed that > predicate, you've basically cut off some of its consumers. It looks > like bad factoring to me to then splitting the same predicate based on > some argument. I'd rather pull

Re: [O] More clocktable breakage

2017-04-28 Thread Achim Gratz
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Another idea is to add an optional argument to `org-at-timestamp-p' to > allow "sloppy" matching (or strict matching, it doesn't really matter) > and skip checks when it is required. So all functions requiring this > predicate can make use of it, as long as they call it

Re: [O] More clocktable breakage

2017-04-27 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Achim Gratz writes: > and org-at-block-p only matches in the first line of a dynamic block, [...] > N.B.: The regex used in org-at-block-p is overbroad since it matches the > whole block, I think it should use org-at-dblock-start-re instead. This old and buggy function has

Re: [O] More clocktable breakage

2017-04-27 Thread Achim Gratz
Nicolas Goaziou writes: #+BEGIN: clocktable :tstart "<2006-08-10 Thu 10:00>" :tend "<2006-08-10 Thu 12:00>" #+END: clocktable > > These are not timestamps. Even though they look like timestamps, you > wouldn't want them to appear in the agenda. So

Re: [O] More clocktable breakage

2017-04-27 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Achim Gratz writes: > Achim Gratz writes: >> Nicolas Goaziou writes: >>> At the moment, I cannot reproduce it. I tried M-up in the following >>> document: >>> >>> #+BEGIN: clocktable :tstart "<2006-08-10 Thu 10:00>" :tend >>> "<2006-08-10 Thu 12:00>" >>> #+END:

Re: [O] More clocktable breakage

2017-04-27 Thread Achim Gratz
Achim Gratz writes: > Nicolas Goaziou writes: >> At the moment, I cannot reproduce it. I tried M-up in the following >> document: >> >> #+BEGIN: clocktable :tstart "<2006-08-10 Thu 10:00>" :tend "<2006-08-10 >> Thu 12:00>" >> #+END: clocktable > > The breakage happens in this clause in

Re: [O] More clocktable breakage

2017-04-26 Thread Achim Gratz
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > At the moment, I cannot reproduce it. I tried M-up in the following > document: > > #+BEGIN: clocktable :tstart "<2006-08-10 Thu 10:00>" :tend "<2006-08-10 > Thu 12:00>" > #+END: clocktable The breakage happens in this clause in org-at-timestamp-p:

Re: [O] More clocktable breakage

2017-03-29 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, Achim Gratz writes: > I've just noticed that in my the clocktables at work I can't adjust the > start and end ranges anymore with up/down. Apparently the timestamps > are not recognized anymore and the it falls through to some code that > tries to adjust the :block

[O] More clocktable breakage

2017-03-28 Thread Achim Gratz
I've just noticed that in my the clocktables at work I can't adjust the start and end ranges anymore with up/down. Apparently the timestamps are not recognized anymore and the it falls through to some code that tries to adjust the :block argument (which is not present in that table since it's

Re: [O] more global keys in ox-bibtex

2017-02-03 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, Sébastien Le Maguer writes: > I did a mini-patch to capture completely the key in bibtex export. For > example for the following key, in the bibtex2html produced file: > > Balestri etal., 1999 > > only Balestri will be captured instead of Balestri etal.,

[O] more global keys in ox-bibtex

2017-01-22 Thread Sébastien Le Maguer
Dear All, I did a mini-patch to capture completely the key in bibtex export. For example for the following key, in the bibtex2html produced file: Balestri etal., 1999 only Balestri will be captured instead of Balestri etal., 1999 As it is 3 characters, I just submit the patch here and hope it

Re: [O] more than 2 indexes in org-mode -> latex

2016-07-02 Thread Sharon Kimble
Sharon Kimble writes: > How many indexes can you have in an org-mode document exported to latex? > My experience shows 2! So how can I have 3, or more please? > > This is the relevant part, I think, of my preamble of my file - > > #+latex_header: \usepackage{imakeidx}

[O] more than 2 indexes in org-mode -> latex

2016-07-01 Thread Sharon Kimble
How many indexes can you have in an org-mode document exported to latex? My experience shows 2! So how can I have 3, or more please? This is the relevant part, I think, of my preamble of my file - --8<---cut here---start->8--- #+latex_header:

Re: [O] More questions about CSL and org-mode

2015-12-08 Thread John Kitchin
>> On export the in-text citations are transformed to unique text blobs, >> e.g. uuids, and the document exported. The only important features of >> these blobs is that they do not get changed on export, and they are >> unique because we replace them later. >> >> The strings in the bibliography

Re: [O] More questions about CSL and org-mode

2015-12-07 Thread John Kitchin
Richard Lawrence writes: > Hi John, > > John Kitchin writes: > >> Hi all, >> >> This is mostly for the people working on citations in org-mode. >> >> I have been reading about CSL more this weekend. IIRC, one of the >> reasons to develop the new citation syntax was to

Re: [O] More questions about CSL and org-mode

2015-12-07 Thread John Kitchin
Thanks. Its an interesting jam. You want to have multiple outputs as a possibility, but there isn't a robust markup that readily works across all backends. What about this. For now consider a bibliography database with org-formatting in the entries, e.g. subscripts, superscripts, etc... (but not

Re: [O] More questions about CSL and org-mode

2015-12-07 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi John, John Kitchin writes: > Thanks. > > Its an interesting jam. You want to have multiple outputs as a > possibility, but there isn't a robust markup that readily works across > all backends. Yes, indeed. > On export the in-text citations are transformed to

Re: [O] More questions about CSL and org-mode

2015-12-06 Thread Richard Lawrence
Richard Lawrence writes: >> IIUC, the current aim is to get a citeproc that will do the following on >> export: >> 1. replace in-text citation syntax with org-formatted replacements >> 2. Insert an org-formatted bibliography somewhere in the document >> 3. proceed

Re: [O] More questions about CSL and org-mode

2015-12-06 Thread Richard Lawrence
Hi John, John Kitchin writes: > Hi all, > > This is mostly for the people working on citations in org-mode. > > I have been reading about CSL more this weekend. IIRC, one of the > reasons to develop the new citation syntax was to get the ability to > have pre/post text

[O] More questions about CSL and org-mode

2015-12-06 Thread John Kitchin
Hi all, This is mostly for the people working on citations in org-mode. I have been reading about CSL more this weekend. IIRC, one of the reasons to develop the new citation syntax was to get the ability to have pre/post text in citations more conveniently than what is currently possible. I

Re: [O] more helm-bibtex/org-ref questions

2015-06-27 Thread Ramon Diaz-Uriarte
Dear John, On Fri, 26-06-2015, at 22:58, John Kitchin jkitc...@andrew.cmu.edu wrote: You could have multiple file fields I suppose, and adapt [1] to give you a choice of which one to open. That is an intriguing suggestion. I'll try to play with it. Personally, I have one pdf per bibtex

Re: [O] more helm-bibtex/org-ref questions

2015-06-26 Thread John Kitchin
You could have multiple file fields I suppose, and adapt [1] to give you a choice of which one to open. Personally, I have one pdf per bibtex entry, named by the key of the entry, in a directory called bibtex-pdfs somewhere defined by org-ref-pdf-directory. There are ~1300 pdfs in there now. I

[O] more helm-bibtex/org-ref questions

2015-06-26 Thread Ramon Diaz-Uriarte
Dear All, (I am not sure this is the appropriate place, but this is neither a bug report nor an feature request about helm-bibtex or org-ref, but a question from ignorance and I am learning quite a bit from the other helm-bibtex questions). How do people deal with multiple files that are

[O] More export filter examples out there?

2015-03-17 Thread Allen S. Rout
I'm trying to accomplish a custom export task which I'd hoped to be pretty simple: something like: In each status section, only export the first child headline. After several dumb ideas, I decided that doing it with a filter was probably the Right Place. I built a filter intended to be used

Re: [O] More export filter examples out there?

2015-03-17 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, Allen S. Rout a...@ufl.edu writes: I'm trying to accomplish a custom export task which I'd hoped to be pretty simple: something like: In each status section, only export the first child headline. After several dumb ideas, I decided that doing it with a filter was probably the

Re: [O] More helm awesomeness

2015-01-19 Thread John Kitchin
You can do something like this to get just the TODO headlines in the current buffer. If you make the helm-todo-candidates map over all the files in (org-agenda-files) you can make it give all the TODO headings. You can change the match criteria in org-map-entries to be more selective. #+BEGIN_SRC

Re: [O] More helm awesomeness

2015-01-19 Thread Simon Thum
Hi John, thank you for the fast response! That's more than I had hoped for, I'm sure I'll get through now. I'll report back when something tangible is there. Cheers, Simon On 01/19/2015 04:57 PM, John Kitchin wrote: You can do something like this to get just the TODO headlines in the

Re: [O] More helm awesomeness

2015-01-19 Thread John Kitchin
Here is a more advanced function that works on your agenda files: You run the second one: M-x helm-query-agenda and enter your search query in org syntax, e.g. TODO=PREPARATION will give you a helm menu of headlines with that TODO state. I am not that sophisticated a user of org queries like

[O] More helm awesomeness

2015-01-18 Thread Simon Thum
Hi all, I recently updated my helm install so it includes helm-org-agenda-headings which is just AWESOME (to me at least). A bit like org-goto but across all agenda files at once, with goto, refile, linking built in. If you haven't tried it, I definitely recommend to do so. Yet I'm missing

[O] More detail in the agenda logbook?

2014-08-06 Thread hymie!
Hi again. So I've got a few repetitive tasks, for example * TODO machine backups ** TODO machine 1 *** TODO create backup *** TODO copy backup to DVD ** TODO machine 2 *** TODO create backup *** TODO copy backup to DVD ** TODO machine 3 *** TODO create backup *** TODO copy backup to DVD ** TODO

[O] more from org-babel newbie

2014-04-28 Thread Steven Arntson
I'm trying to get going with org-babel and lilypond music markup. I have the system basically functioning, but there's an elementary issue I can't seem to wrap my brain around. The reason I'm excited to use org with lilypond files is the foldable headers *, **, *** etc, as well as drawers and

Re: [O] more from org-babel newbie

2014-04-28 Thread Thomas S. Dye
Aloha Steven, Steven Arntson ste...@stevenarntson.com writes: The reason I'm excited to use org with lilypond files is the foldable headers *, **, *** etc, as well as drawers and tables. However, that's available only in an org-mode buffer, and I'm also wanting to use lilypond-mode, which

Re: [O] more from org-babel newbie

2014-04-28 Thread Steven Arntson
t...@tsdye.com (Thomas S. Dye) writes: Aloha Steven, Steven Arntson ste...@stevenarntson.com writes: The reason I'm excited to use org with lilypond files is the foldable headers *, **, *** etc, as well as drawers and tables. However, that's available only in an org-mode buffer, and I'm

Re: [O] more from org-babel newbie

2014-04-28 Thread Thomas S. Dye
Steven Arntson ste...@stevenarntson.com writes: I'm still a little mystified about using org markup in the context of the lilypond file, but maybe now I can do a little more experimenting. Have you seen this? http://orgmode.org/worg/org-contrib/babel/languages/ob-doc-lilypond.html There are

[O] --more--?

2013-12-24 Thread Sharon Kimble
I'm publishing a rather long org-mode document and want it to break after the first paragraph so that you have to explicitly click the document title to get it all to show. In WordPress its done with '--more--' but what is it done with in org-mode please? I've been looking at the org-mode 'org

Re: [O] --more--?

2013-12-24 Thread Puneeth Chaganti
On Tue, Dec 24, 2013 at 6:24 PM, Sharon Kimble boudic...@talktalk.net wrote: I'm publishing a rather long org-mode document and want it to break after the first paragraph so that you have to explicitly click the document title to get it all to show. In WordPress its done with '--more--' but

Re: [O] --more--?

2013-12-24 Thread Sharon Kimble
On Tue, 24 Dec 2013 18:28:49 +0530 Puneeth Chaganti puncha...@gmail.com wrote: On Tue, Dec 24, 2013 at 6:24 PM, Sharon Kimble boudic...@talktalk.net wrote: I'm publishing a rather long org-mode document and want it to break after the first paragraph so that you have to explicitly click the

[O] More koma confusion: subject option

2013-11-24 Thread James Harkins
According to [1], #+OPTIONS: subject:nil should suppress printing the #+TITLE at the top of the letter. It seems that the previous bug prevents the expected line \KOMAoption{subject}{untitled} from being generated. Okay... so, what if I set #+OPTIONS: subject:untitled? Then I get something

Re: [O] More koma confusion: subject option

2013-11-24 Thread Rasmus
James Harkins jamshar...@gmail.com writes: According to [1], #+OPTIONS: subject:nil should suppress printing the #+TITLE at the top of the letter. It seems that the previous bug prevents the expected line \KOMAoption{subject}{untitled} from being generated. I cannot reproduce. Okay... so,

Re: [O] More generic taskjuggler export proposal

2013-04-14 Thread Suvayu Ali
Hi Christian, On Fri, Apr 12, 2013 at 03:08:17PM +0200, Christian Egli wrote: Buddy Butterfly buddy.butter...@web.de writes: Here I would suggest that one can place this data inbetween #+BEGIN_TASKJUGGLER #+END_TASKJUGGLER This is something I'd like to add support for. I just never

Re: [O] More generic taskjuggler export proposal

2013-04-12 Thread Christian Egli
Hi Buddy Buddy Butterfly buddy.butter...@web.de writes: I would like propose the following for taskjuggler export as base for a discussion to change export functionality. Thanks for your detailed proposal. It's been a few years since I wrote the taskjuggler exporter and I don't remember all

[O] More generic taskjuggler export proposal

2013-04-03 Thread Buddy Butterfly
Hi, I would like propose the following for taskjuggler export as base for a discussion to change export functionality. Here I will refer to the example project of taskjuggler 3. Pre-requesites: - Functionality of tj should be kept in tj as much as possible - org export should be as generic as

Re: [O] More decoration for babel output

2013-03-06 Thread Bastien
Hi Ken, Ken Williams ken.willi...@windlogics.com writes: Would this be helpful to include by default? Patch attached. I committed something deeply inspired by your patch, but slightly different. Please have a look (from master) and let me know if you think this is okay. Thanks for this

Re: [O] More decoration for babel output

2013-01-24 Thread Bastien
Hi Ken, Ken Williams ken.willi...@windlogics.com writes: Hi all, When exporting to HTML I always add some extra CSS to my org-mode config, for the purpose of identifying which chunks are input vs. output, and for identifying the language of the code in code chunks. Language is identified

Re: [O] More decoration for babel output

2013-01-24 Thread Gunnar Wolf
Gunnar Wolf dijo [Wed, Jan 23, 2013 at 11:25:43AM -0600]: When exporting to HTML I always add some extra CSS to my org-mode config, for the purpose of identifying which chunks are input vs. output, and for identifying the language of the code in code chunks. Language is identified by a

[O] More decoration for babel output

2013-01-23 Thread Ken Williams
Hi all, When exporting to HTML I always add some extra CSS to my org-mode config, for the purpose of identifying which chunks are input vs. output, and for identifying the language of the code in code chunks. Language is identified by a little label on the box, and input/output is identified

Re: [O] More decoration for babel output

2013-01-23 Thread Gunnar Wolf
Ken Williams dijo [Wed, Jan 23, 2013 at 04:26:54PM +]: Hi all, When exporting to HTML I always add some extra CSS to my org-mode config, for the purpose of identifying which chunks are input vs. output, and for identifying the language of the code in code chunks. Language is identified

Re: [O] More flyspell-overlays removed

2012-08-07 Thread Jeffrey Spencer
Re-dl'ed and works fine. Sorry about that. On Tue, Aug 7, 2012 at 7:18 PM, Bastien b...@gnu.org wrote: Hi Jeffrey, Jeffrey Spencer jeffspenc...@gmail.com writes: Just gave this a go and seems to work well but still forgot to add I believe: TYP_TODO and ATTR_LATEX The two words

Re: [O] More flyspell-overlays removed

2012-08-07 Thread Bastien
Hi Jeffrey, Jeffrey Spencer jeffspenc...@gmail.com writes: Just gave this a go and seems to work well but still forgot to add I believe: TYP_TODO and ATTR_LATEX The two words above are already skipped for me. -- Bastien

Re: [O] More flyspell-overlays removed

2012-08-06 Thread Jeffrey Spencer
Just gave this a go and seems to work well but still forgot to add I believe: TYP_TODO and ATTR_LATEX Cheers, Jeff On Wed, Aug 1, 2012 at 1:32 AM, Bastien b...@gnu.org wrote: Sebastien Vauban wxhgmqzgwmuf-genee64ty+gs+fvcfc7...@public.gmane.org writes: I would allow fly-prog-mode in the

Re: [O] More flyspell-overlays removed

2012-07-31 Thread Jeffrey Spencer
I don't have any problem with natbib cite commands including \ref, \cite, \citet, \citep, etc Maybe your version of flyspell?? But it should act exactly as it does in auctex or your latex mode of emacs. I would check in there if it works properly because should parse the same way if not maybe

Re: [O] More flyspell-overlays removed

2012-07-29 Thread Jeffrey Spencer
I was also thinking about this recently but hadn't gotten as far as writing a patch. I was thinking some tags you know you want to remove the fly-spell overlays but for example caption you might or might not want the flyspell overlays removed. If there was a variable that could be set to choose

Re: [O] More flyspell-overlays removed

2012-07-28 Thread Bastien
Hi Bjarte, Bjarte Johansen bjo...@student.uib.no writes: I made a patch to remove some more flyspell-overlays in #-blocks. The reason for no : in the latex_header is that for some reason the : does not get captured in dc1. flyspell is also removed for the full verbatim, lstlisting and src

Re: [O] More problems with orgstruct++-mode, message-mode and auto fill

2012-05-10 Thread Bastien
Hi Eric, Eric S Fraga e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk writes: Thorsten Jolitz tjol...@googlemail.com writes: [...] What I mainly did was updating from the git repo and changing the order of hooks (orgstruct++-mode last). And I had to get rid of emacs-goodies-el too, but that was probably my specific

Re: [O] More problems with orgstruct++-mode, message-mode and auto fill

2012-05-10 Thread Sebastien Vauban
Hi, Bastien wrote: Eric S Fraga e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk writes: I have emacs-goodies.el installed. What is it about this package that causes problems? This package contains filladapt.el and filladapt.el _overwrites_ some fundamental variables about filling. Even if you are not using

Re: [O] More problems with orgstruct++-mode, message-mode and auto fill

2012-05-10 Thread Bastien
Hi Sébastien, perhaps the problem with filladapt was specific to Thorsten's installation, it's hard to guess. IMHO the real question is: what do you need filladapt for? You wouldn't install a new software called Emacs-For-The-Real-Men just because it advertizes itself as Make a better job

[O] More problems with orgstruct++-mode, message-mode and auto fill

2012-05-09 Thread Bernt Hansen
Hi Bastien, Auto-fill wrapping has stopped working correctly lately. I have orgstruct++-mode added to my message mode hook as --8---cut here---start-8--- (add-hook 'message-mode-hook 'orgstruct++-mode 'append) (add-hook 'message-mode-hook 'turn-on-auto-fill

Re: [O] More problems with orgstruct++-mode, message-mode and auto fill

2012-05-09 Thread Christopher Schmidt
Bernt Hansen be...@norang.ca writes: For now I've dropped orgstruct++-mode from my message-mode hook but I'm going to miss this for lists in my emails. orgstruct-mode/orgtbl-mode work fine and do not break anything. Christopher

Re: [O] More problems with orgstruct++-mode, message-mode and auto fill

2012-05-09 Thread Thorsten Jolitz
Bernt Hansen be...@norang.ca writes: Hi Bernt, Auto-fill wrapping has stopped working correctly lately. I had exactly the same problem you describe (no wonder because I just copied your configuration) and solved it with Bastiens help. You can search for subject Strange indentation in

Re: [O] More problems with orgstruct++-mode, message-mode and auto fill

2012-05-09 Thread Bastien
Hi Bernt, Bernt Hansen be...@norang.ca writes: Auto-fill wrapping has stopped working correctly lately. It seems you're behind latest git HEAD by ~55 commits and there has been bug fixes in this area. Please pull again (even temporarily) and let me know if this happens again with your

Re: [O] More problems with orgstruct++-mode, message-mode and auto fill

2012-05-09 Thread Bernt Hansen
Bastien b...@gnu.org writes: Hi Bernt, Bernt Hansen be...@norang.ca writes: Auto-fill wrapping has stopped working correctly lately. It seems you're behind latest git HEAD by ~55 commits and there has been bug fixes in this area. Please pull again (even temporarily) and let me know if

Re: [O] More problems with orgstruct++-mode, message-mode and auto fill

2012-05-09 Thread Bastien
Hi Bernt, Bernt Hansen be...@norang.ca writes: Bastien b...@gnu.org writes: Hi Bernt, Bernt Hansen be...@norang.ca writes: Auto-fill wrapping has stopped working correctly lately. It seems you're behind latest git HEAD by ~55 commits and there has been bug fixes in this area. Please

Re: [O] More problems with orgstruct++-mode, message-mode and auto fill

2012-05-09 Thread Bernt Hansen
Bernt Hansen be...@norang.ca writes: Bastien b...@gnu.org writes: Hi Bernt, Bernt Hansen be...@norang.ca writes: Auto-fill wrapping has stopped working correctly lately. It seems you're behind latest git HEAD by ~55 commits and there has been bug fixes in this area. Please pull again

Re: [O] More problems with orgstruct++-mode, message-mode and auto fill

2012-05-09 Thread Eric S Fraga
Thorsten Jolitz tjol...@googlemail.com writes: [...] What I mainly did was updating from the git repo and changing the order of hooks (orgstruct++-mode last). And I had to get rid of emacs-goodies-el too, but that was probably my specific configuration. Ahh, interesting data point. I have

Re: [O] More than one column view in a file

2012-05-01 Thread Ippei FURUHASHI
Hi Sebastien, Sebastien Vauban wxhgmqzgwmuf-genee64ty+gs+fvcfc7...@public.gmane.org writes: I'd like to have a couple of different (column) views in my Org file How about trying this patch which let you have another format in column view? After applying this patch, try this. M-:

Re: [O] More than one column view in a file

2012-05-01 Thread Ippei FURUHASHI
Hi Sebastien, Sebastien Vauban wxhgmqzgwmuf-genee64ty+gs+fvcfc7...@public.gmane.org writes: Hello, I'd like to have a couple of different (column) views in my Org file How about trying this patch which lets you have another format in column view? After applying this patch, try this at the

Re: [O] More than one column view in a file

2012-05-01 Thread Ippei FURUHASHI
Hi Sebastien Sebastien Vauban wxhgmqzgwmuf-genee64ty+gs+fvcfc7...@public.gmane.org writes: Hello, I'd like to have a couple of different (column) views in my Org file, for example: - one (public) view with the estimated time only - another one (private, I mean not exported) with the real

Re: [O] More than one column view in a file

2012-04-20 Thread Bastien
Hi Sébastien, Sebastien Vauban wxhgmqzgw...@spammotel.com writes: I'd like to have a couple of different (column) views in my Org file This is currently not possible and would require a lot of work. Best, -- Bastien

Re: [O] More than one column view in a file

2012-04-20 Thread Sebastien Vauban
Hi Bastien, Bastien wrote: Sebastien Vauban wxhgmqzgw...@spammotel.com writes: I'd like to have a couple of different (column) views in my Org file This is currently not possible and would require a lot of work. A pity, but I completely conceive it was not clear that it could have be more

Re: [O] More than one column view in a file

2012-04-20 Thread Johnny
Sebastien Vauban wxhgmqzgw...@spammotel.com writes: Bastien wrote: Sebastien Vauban wxhgmqzgw...@spammotel.com writes: I'd like to have a couple of different (column) views in my Org file This is currently not possible and would require a lot of work. This is something I have been looking

Re: [O] More than one column view in a file

2012-04-20 Thread Bastien
Hi Johnny, Johnny yggdra...@gmx.co.uk writes: Sebastien Vauban wxhgmqzgw...@spammotel.com writes: Bastien wrote: Sebastien Vauban wxhgmqzgw...@spammotel.com writes: I'd like to have a couple of different (column) views in my Org file This is currently not possible and would require a lot

[O] More than one column view in a file

2012-04-17 Thread Sebastien Vauban
Hello, I'd like to have a couple of different (column) views in my Org file, for example: - one (public) view with the estimated time only - another one (private, I mean not exported) with the real clocked time I thought about setting the columns I wish to display in the corresponding

[O] More specific LaTeX output classes

2011-12-02 Thread Ken Williams
If I export the following code to LaTeX: -- #+begin_src R CV.t.hat - rowMeans(loss)[m] CV.t.hat #+end_src #+results: : [1] 1.135857 -- , then it looks like this in the *.tex file: -- \begin{verbatim} CV.t.hat -

Re: [O] More specific LaTeX output classes

2011-12-02 Thread Niels Giesen
Ken Williams ken.willi...@windlogics.com writes: [...] Would it be possible for the export process to define various classes that default to being exactly like 'verbatim', but could be customized? After that, a next step might be to provide nice defaults that do things like

Re: [O] More specific LaTeX output classes

2011-12-02 Thread Nick Dokos
Niels Giesen niels.gie...@gmail.com wrote: Ken Williams ken.willi...@windlogics.com writes: [...] Would it be possible for the export process to define various classes that default to being exactly like 'verbatim', but could be customized? After that, a next step might be to provide

Re: [O] More on macros: Defined edebug-spec

2011-08-16 Thread Bastien
Hi David, David Maus dm...@ictsoc.de writes: I just pushed a commit to master that adds edebug specifications to all macros defined by Org mode. This answers questions I've been asking myself for very long! With these specifications in place it is now possible to step through macros with

[O] More on macros: Defined edebug-spec

2011-08-12 Thread David Maus
I just pushed a commit to master that adds edebug specifications to all macros defined by Org mode. With these specifications in place it is now possible to step through macros with edebug like a normal function call. Information about instrumenting macro calls can be found here:

Re: [O] More on macros: Defined edebug-spec

2011-08-12 Thread Nick Dokos
David Maus dm...@ictsoc.de wrote: I just pushed a commit to master that adds edebug specifications to all macros defined by Org mode. With these specifications in place it is now possible to step through macros with edebug like a normal function call. Information about instrumenting macro