Sorry, i make a typo in the previous mail, i use the "org-icalendar-export-to-
ics" method and not the org-caldav method...
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Le dimanche 01 septembre 2019 à 09:29 +, Fraga, Eric a écrit :
> On Saturday, 31 Aug
On Monday, 2 Sep 2019 at 09:01, garj...@garjola.net wrote:
> I am using typo-mode (https://github.com/jorgenschaefer/typoel) in my
> org buffers (actually with a hook for text-mode), but I would like to
> disable it in source code blocks.
> I have been unable to find a hook to do so (I
I am using typo-mode (https://github.com/jorgenschaefer/typoel) in my
org buffers (actually with a hook for text-mode), but I would like to
disable it in source code blocks.
I have been unable to find a hook to do so (I understand that
org-src-mode-hook is used when editing with ‘C-c '’ but
I think Eric is correct. There is also another reason. If you edit the
source blocks with C-', then any escaping needed (such as putting a ','
before '*') will also be automatically handled, plus of course you get
all the programing mode goodness.
Fraga, Eric writes:
> On Monday, 2 Sep 2019
On Monday, 2 Sep 2019 at 10:34, rey-coyrehourcq wrote:
> Sorry, i make a typo in the previous mail, i use the "org-icalendar-export-to-
> ics" method and not the org-caldav method...
I should say that I only export appointments (i.e. active time stamps)
to ics so it could be
On Mon 02-Sep-2019 at 10:35:02 +02, Tim Cross
> I think Eric is correct. There is also another reason. If you edit the
> source blocks with C-', then any escaping needed (such as putting a ','
> before '*') will also be automatically handled, plus of course you get
> all the programing
Creating an empty tag renders TAB-completion useless.
* Title :a::b:
Pressing TAB in org-set-tags-command will now insert a colon `:`, which is
quite puzzling to see.
I thought something was wrong w/ my bindings till I noticed this was
happening only in one of my files.
You can use cursor-sensor mode for this if you have emacs 26ish. The idea
is you set cursor-sensor functions on a region that do something depending
on whether you enter or leave the region. Below, I tie into the org font
lock mechanisms to add these properties so that when you enter, typo mode
You want me to do that and send a new patch or are you going
to do it after you apply the patch?
On Mon, Sep 2, 2019 at 9:41 PM Nicolas Goaziou wrote:
> immanuel writes:
> > When org-edit-src-code is called with org-window-setup equal to
> > 'split-window-below
For full transparency: An issue was found in org-brain  due to a
change in functionality of org-attach-dir in commit ae9cd4370.
I've given it some thought and figured that particular change in
functionality wasn't really needed and not obviously correct either.
So org-attach-dir will now check
Gustav Wikström writes:
> See commit 4b7eda1a2 for the fix.
This commit, as well as several other recent commits by you, do not
follow the project's convention regarding changelog-like entries in the
commit message. Regardless of your opinion on this convention (I
> When org-edit-src-code is called with org-window-setup equal to
> 'split-window-below or 'split-window-right it will keep splitting the
> window if the mouse is clicked on the src block in the org buffer.
> This patch tries to address that
The following tests fail as of ae9cd4370 (org-attach*, org, org-manual,
org-news, ox-html, testing/*, 2018-11-25):
this is a greet bit of info.
My first thought when the question was asked was "Hmm, what you need is
some sort of facility that could run a function when the cursor moves in
and out of a region". I then discounted the idea because of the amount
of supporting functionality which would
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