Re: Displaying remote images

2020-02-01 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, Jack Kamm writes: > Thank you for reviewing my patch. I'm attaching an updated patch in > response to your review. Applied. Thank you. I also simplified the allowed symbols for the new variable a bit, and added a docstring for the internal function. Regards, -- Nicolas Goaziou

Re: Displaying remote images

2020-01-24 Thread Jack Kamm
Hi Nicolas -- Thank you for reviewing my patch. I'm attaching an updated patch in response to your review. > I think displaying a message in this case can be annoying. It means the > default value is not satisfying for anyone. > ... > I suggest to drop the `skip-warn' value altogether, and use >

Re: Displaying remote images

2020-01-22 Thread stardiviner
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Hello, > > Jack Kamm writes: > >> Apologies for the delay on this. I've now got a more complete patch for >> displaying remote images inline. Since downloading many remote images >> could potentially hang Emacs on a slow connection, I've

Re: Displaying remote images

2020-01-21 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, Jack Kamm writes: > Apologies for the delay on this. I've now got a more complete patch for > displaying remote images inline. Since downloading many remote images > could potentially hang Emacs on a slow connection, I've added an option > to control whether remote images a

Re: Displaying remote images

2020-01-19 Thread Jack Kamm
Hi there, Apologies for the delay on this. I've now got a more complete patch for displaying remote images inline. Since downloading many remote images could potentially hang Emacs on a slow connection, I've added an option to control whether remote images are displayed. I've also added an option

Re: Displaying remote images

2019-12-07 Thread Jack Kamm
After test-driving this patch for a bit, the main issue I foresee is that this can potentially hang Emacs if loading a lot of images over a slow SSH connection. This was also discussed in the previous thread from 2014. I plan to mitigate this with an option to enable/disable/cache the remote

Re: Displaying remote images

2019-12-02 Thread briangpowell .
h-R-output.png <-[The .png file showed up right here--no brackets necessary--but name of the file is] *** RSync may be replaced by SCP for sure On Mon, Dec 2, 2019 at 3:29 PM Nick Dokos wrote: > Jack Kamm writes: > > > I've attached a patch which implem

Re: Displaying remote images

2019-12-02 Thread Nick Dokos
Jack Kamm writes: > I've attached a patch which implements displaying remote images. > >> This is a longstanding problem, and there was an attempt to patch it in >> 2014, but the patch was never accepted: >> https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/2014-11/ms

Re: Displaying remote images

2019-11-28 Thread briangpowell .
to, your use of image-mode.el On Thu, Nov 28, 2019 at 9:20 PM Jack Kamm wrote: > I've attached a patch which implements displaying remote images. > > > This is a longstanding problem, and there was an attempt to patch it in > > 2014, but the patch was never accepted: > &g

Re: Displaying remote images

2019-11-28 Thread Jack Kamm
I've attached a patch which implements displaying remote images. > This is a longstanding problem, and there was an attempt to patch it in > 2014, but the patch was never accepted: > https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/2014-11/msg00583.html Compared to the previous attempt

Re: Displaying remote images

2019-11-28 Thread Jack Kamm
Hi Brian, > Emacs and OrgMode do many great things; but, the focus has always been, at > it's core, the most powerful editor and stateless organizing software--it's > not a browser of dynamically generated Internet pics--Emacs W3 was created > to do that, and it hasn't been updated in

Re: Displaying remote images

2019-11-28 Thread briangpowell .
* Idea 1 Create a "cron job" or "at job" that does updates up to the minute and make those images current...and local--and the cron job can auto-delete the temp file later or back it up * Idea 2 Make an elisp .el program that gets loaded and run whenever you open the .org file with the remote

Displaying remote images

2019-11-28 Thread Jack Kamm
When trying to display a remote image file in an org-mode buffer, I only see a blank square instead of the image. This is a longstanding problem, and there was an attempt to patch it in 2014, but the patch was never accepted: https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/2014-11/msg00583.html