Re: [O] source block breaks when code looks like heading

2017-08-08 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, bruce robertson writes: > How would the source for the math then work? I'm not sure to understand. Have you tried the suggested solution? Regards, -- Nicolas Goaziou0x80A93738

Re: [O] Add-Easy-Template-for-COMMENT-C to org.el

2017-08-08 Thread Grant Rettke
Hi, On Mon, Aug 7, 2017 at 4:47 AM, Nicolas Goaziou wrote: > Grant Rettke writes: > >> Attached is a patch to an Easy Template binding `C' for `COMMENT'. > Thank you. Would you mind also adding an entry in ORG-NEWS about it? Done. >> The tests

Re: [O] ox-taskjuggler on MELPA useful despite org-plus-contrib

2017-08-08 Thread Tim Cross
While there are some minor issues with org-plus-contrib, I find them to be minor and mostly due to limitations in package.el (for example, dependency on org results in both org-plus-contrib and org packages being installed). In fact, I find org-plus-contrib easier to manage than just the straight

Re: [O] ox-taskjuggler on MELPA useful despite org-plus-contrib

2017-08-08 Thread Simon Guest
Hi Nicolas, My problem with org-plus-contrib exhibited itself when using a .emacs.d based on Steve Purcell's, https://github.com/purcell/emacs.d. Specfically, when loading ob-R, I got this error: Invalid function: org-babel-header-args-safe-fn In response to your email, just now I stripped that

Re: [O] ox-taskjuggler on MELPA useful despite org-plus-contrib

2017-08-08 Thread Adam Porter
Tim Cross writes: > While there are some minor issues with org-plus-contrib, I find them to > be minor and mostly due to limitations in package.el (for example, > dependency on org results in both org-plus-contrib and org packages > being installed). In fact, I find

Re: [O] source block breaks when code looks like heading

2017-08-08 Thread bruce robertson
I see what you mean now. I haven't tried evaluating the code in the block yet. I assume it removes the commas automatically. On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 4:03 PM Nicolas Goaziou wrote: > Hello, > > bruce robertson writes: > > > How would the source for the

Re: [O] ox-taskjuggler on MELPA useful despite org-plus-contrib

2017-08-08 Thread Thomas S. Dye
Aloha Simon, Spacemacs has this problem, too. The solution there is to byte-recompile org-plus-contrib after an update. hth, Tom Simon Guest writes: > Hi Nicolas, > > My problem with org-plus-contrib exhibited itself when using a .emacs.d > based on Steve Purcell's,

[O] [PATCH] Fix two false failures in org's test suite

2017-08-08 Thread Galen Menzel
Hi all, A clean clone of org-mode turns up two test failures for me (test-org/deadline-close-p and test-org/refile-get-targets), which I believe are false failures. The attached (tiny) patch addresses them both. test-org/deadline-close-p fails due to a time zone difference. The test

Re: [O] ox-taskjuggler on MELPA useful despite org-plus-contrib

2017-08-08 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, Simon Guest writes: > Well, almost as soon as I started on that, I see some issues around mixing > old/new org-mode functionality, so this seems like a not-so-good idea after > all. > > In particular, ox-taskjuggler is using the very new org-duration > library. You

Re: [O] source block breaks when code looks like heading

2017-08-08 Thread bruce robertson
How would the source for the math then work? On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 12:45 AM Nicolas Goaziou wrote: > Hello, > > bruce robertson writes: > > > multi-line comments or expressions appearing to be headings break block. > > > > * top > > > > #+begin_src

Re: [O] clock start time is gone

2017-08-08 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, Samuel Wales writes: > On 8/7/17, Nicolas Goaziou wrote: >> I'm not sure about the steps required to reproduce your issue. What do >> you do on the same mwe? Clock in >> >> "* clock in here, then sort below, then try to clock out here" >>

Re: [O] source block breaks when code looks like heading

2017-08-08 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, bruce robertson writes: > multi-line comments or expressions appearing to be headings break block. > > * top > > #+begin_src php > /* > *do not prepend a space to 'do' > */ > b = 2 > *3; // do not prepend a space to '3' > #+end_src You need to prepend a comma before

Re: [O] clock start time is gone

2017-08-08 Thread Samuel Wales
On 8/8/17, Nicolas Goaziou wrote: > Then I cannot reproduce it. Either from maint or master branch. i am using vanilla org 9 maint which is recent as of your fixes, emacs -Q from debian which is 24.4.1, my test case, and this command line: clocking in produces this bt:

Re: [O] [PATCH] Add option to automatically align tags in agenda view

2017-08-08 Thread Kyle Meyer
Adam Porter writes: > Kyle Meyer writes: [...] >> Since you're changing the default value, shouldn't you add appropriate >> values for the :version and :package-version keywords? > > Thanks, I didn't know about these. I set :package-version to 9.1, since

[O] Table columns not aligning when width set

2017-08-08 Thread William Denton
I noticed this last week, but I'm on vacation. I'm compiling and running Org and Emacs from source, and have been keeping up to date, but the problem's been there for a while. For Org, I'm on the master branch, not tables, and running "make update" to update. In the example below, the <40>

Re: [O] [PATCH] Add option to automatically align tags in agenda view

2017-08-08 Thread Kyle Meyer
Kyle Meyer writes: > As you can see in the diffs above, master-only changes are using 26.1 > for :version. Assuming Org 9.0.* ships with Emacs 26.1, these will be > wrong, but they can be updated all together once 26.2 is released.

Re: [O] [PATCH] Add option to automatically align tags in agenda view

2017-08-08 Thread Adam Porter
Kyle Meyer writes: >From ea3007a8b35d727f71860bd7697808f90d5e1e66 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Adam Porter Date: Mon, 7 Aug 2017 08:50:26 -0500 Subject: [PATCH] org-agenda.el: Add option to automatically align tags in agenda * lisp/org-agenda.el:

[O] emacs-orgmode "Archives Search String" search box is broken.

2017-08-08 Thread Wolfram Volpi
>From http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/, the emacs-orgmode >"Archives Search String". The search box gets results that have nothing to do with the search terms I entered. hesiii said the same thing on

[O] verbatim =[[link]]= and code ~[[link]]~ render as links

2017-08-08 Thread Wolfram Volpi
org-mode renders links in verbatim and code as links: verbatim: =[[link]]= code: ~[[link]]~ They should be rendered as plain text. I am running org-version 9.0.9. System Info :computer: - OS: gnu/linux - Emacs: 25.2.1 - Spacemacs: 0.200.9 - Spacemacs branch: master (rev.

Re: [O] [PATCH] Add option to automatically align tags in agenda view

2017-08-08 Thread Adam Porter
Kyle Meyer writes: >> (org-agenda-align-tags): Handle automatic alignment >> (org-agenda-tags-column): Add 'auto setting > > You're missing the file name in the entries above. Also, the entries > should end in a period. Oops, fixed. > Since you're changing the default value,

Re: [O] verbatim =[[link]]= and code ~[[link]]~ render as links

2017-08-08 Thread Adam Porter
Kaushal Modi writes: > Are you referring to: > > [[https://www.example.com][=verbatim link descr=]] > > ? Well, here's what I've noticed: + [[https://www.example.com][=verbatim link descr=]] - Renders in the Emacs buffer as a link, colored as a link rather than a

[O] Small code fragment to make zone-mode play well with org

2017-08-08 Thread Marc Ihm
Hi, with the fragment below in my startup-file, zone-mode handles hidden text correctly (does not reveal it) and thus plays well with orgmode. (Of course the correct way to handle this would be to create a proper patch for zone.el instead of fixing this locally; but I am sending it here

Re: [O] verbatim =[[link]]= and code ~[[link]]~ render as links

2017-08-08 Thread Kaushal Modi
On Tue, Aug 8, 2017, 1:02 PM Adam Porter wrote: > > > Well, here's what I've noticed: > My observations have been the same. I strongly believe that GitHub needs to fix their parsing of Org verbatim/code text. Here's another similar problem with GitHub rendering Org

[O] how do you get an OPTIONS value during export?

2017-08-08 Thread John Kitchin
Hi, In my ipynb exporter, I generate md strings for cells using something like (org-export-string-as s 'md t '(:with-toc nil :with-tags nil)) This works unless there is a broken link: https://github.com/jkitchin/ox-ipynb/issues/2#issuecomment-321061051 I figured out I can make it work with

Re: [O] [PATCH] Add option to automatically align tags in agenda view

2017-08-08 Thread Kyle Meyer
> Kyle Meyer writes: >>> I don't know if this still technically qualifies as a tinychange. I've >>> sent the email to request the CA form just in case. >> >> I don't know either. How about I apply your *.el changes, and we can >> update ORG-NEWS once your assignment comes

Re: [O] verbatim =[[link]]= and code ~[[link]]~ render as links

2017-08-08 Thread Kaushal Modi
On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 11:07 AM Adam Porter wrote: > Wolfram Volpi writes: > > > org-mode renders links in verbatim and code as links: > > > > verbatim: =[[link]]= > > > > code: ~[[link]]~ > > > > They should be rendered as plain text. > > Hi

Re: [O] verbatim =[[link]]= and code ~[[link]]~ render as links

2017-08-08 Thread Adam Porter
Wolfram Volpi writes: > org-mode renders links in verbatim and code as links: > > verbatim: =[[link]]= > > code: ~[[link]]~ > > They should be rendered as plain text. Hi Wolfram, Why do you think they should be rendered as plain text instead of as links? I use

Re: [O] emacs-orgmode "Archives Search String" search box is broken.

2017-08-08 Thread Adam Porter
Wolfram Volpi writes: > From http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/, the emacs-orgmode > "Archives Search String". > The search box gets results that have nothing to do with the search terms I > entered. > > hesiii said the same thing on >

Re: [O] source block breaks when code looks like heading

2017-08-08 Thread Adam Porter
bruce robertson writes: > How would the source for the math then work? If you edit the code-block with C-c ', the escape characters will be handled automatically.

Re: [O] ox-taskjuggler on MELPA useful despite org-plus-contrib

2017-08-08 Thread Adam Porter
Nicolas Goaziou writes: >> At least until the underlying problem with org-plus-contrib is >> resolved. > > What exactly is the underlying problem? FWIW I have been using org-plus-contrib for a while now, and I haven't had any problems with my customizations.