Re: Publish to PDF on Linux: An impossible task?

2019-11-10 Thread John Hendy
On Sun, Nov 10, 2019 at 6:01 PM Nathan Neff wrote: > > After using org-mode for 10 years, I run for the doorway when > I even think about trying to convert an org-mode file to PDF. > > *** I quiver when I see errors such as: > > warning: kpathsea: configuration file texmf.cnf not found in these

Re: Publish to PDF on Linux: An impossible task?

2019-11-10 Thread John Hendy
On Sun, Nov 10, 2019 at 6:41 PM Marcin Borkowski wrote: > > > On 2019-11-11, at 01:25, John Hendy wrote: > > > On Sun, Nov 10, 2019 at 6:01 PM Nathan Neff wrote: > >> > >> After using org-mode for 10 years, I run for the doorway when > >> I even think about trying to convert an org-mode file to

Re: Publish to PDF on Linux: An impossible task?

2019-11-10 Thread Samuel Wales
there is also pandoc, if you know something that you can export to that pandoc can reasonably convert. like, who knows, html or something. this might be useful if you are in a hurry or you don't want to install a non-distribution package or whatever. On 11/10/19, Tim Cross wrote: > This looks

Publish to PDF on Linux: An impossible task?

2019-11-10 Thread Nathan Neff
After using org-mode for 10 years, I run for the doorway when I even think about trying to convert an org-mode file to PDF. *** I quiver when I see errors such as: warning: kpathsea: configuration file texmf.cnf not found in these directories:

Re: Publish to PDF on Linux: An impossible task?

2019-11-10 Thread Marcin Borkowski
On 2019-11-11, at 01:25, John Hendy wrote: > On Sun, Nov 10, 2019 at 6:01 PM Nathan Neff wrote: >> >> After using org-mode for 10 years, I run for the doorway when >> I even think about trying to convert an org-mode file to PDF. >> >> *** I quiver when I see errors such as: >> >> warning:

Re: Publish to PDF on Linux: An impossible task?

2019-11-10 Thread Tim Cross
This looks like an incomplete textLive install to me. On many distributions, texlive is broken up into a number of smaller packages. You need to ensure you have installed the texlive latex packages. I would follow the advice of others and just use the package from the texlive site. On Mon, 11

Re: Publish to PDF on Linux: An impossible task?

2019-11-10 Thread Marcin Borkowski
On 2019-11-11, at 01:00, Nathan Neff wrote: > After using org-mode for 10 years, I run for the doorway when > I even think about trying to convert an org-mode file to PDF. > > *** I quiver when I see errors such as: > > warning: kpathsea: configuration file texmf.cnf not found in these >

Re: customized link pointing at a src block

2019-11-10 Thread Fraga, Eric
You want the equivalent of the LaTeX exporter's ,[ C-h v org-latex-prefer-user-labels RET ] | org-latex-prefer-user-labels is a variable defined in ‘ox-latex.el’. | Its value is t | Original value was nil | | You can customize this variable. | | | This variable was introduced, or its

Re: Bug: Cursor Disapears in Org-Src Blocks in Indent Mode [9.2.6 (release_9.2.6-559-ga01a8f @ /Users/djm/.emacs.d/straight/build/org/)]

2019-11-10 Thread Fraga, Eric
On Friday, 8 Nov 2019 at 10:41, Dylan McDowell wrote: > Expected Behavior: My cursor is always visible throughout my entire > org-document > > Actual Behavior: When moving through org-src blocks, my cursor is > visible until I move it to the end of the line. Then my cursor disapears > and only

[O bug] table debugging does not preserve window configuration

2019-11-10 Thread Fraga, Eric
Hello all, If I turn debugging on for table updates (C-c {), when the debugging is finished, the original window configuration is not remembered. Should be simple to fix, but possibly beyond my emacs-lisp-fu. Thanks, eric -- Eric S Fraga via Emacs 27.0.50, Org release_9.2.6-552-g8c5a78

Truncate lines option on file startup

2019-11-10 Thread Dmitrii Korobeinikov
Hi, Thought it would be handy to be able to do this: #+STARTUP: truncate and #+STARTUP: notruncate Modifying org-startup-options manually wouldn't work as it describes how to change a value of a variable or push onto a list, but no syntax for function calls and for this to work

Re: Truncate lines option on file startup

2019-11-10 Thread Fraga, Eric
On Sunday, 10 Nov 2019 at 18:12, Dmitrii Korobeinikov wrote: > PS if this turns out to be hairy, I can use .dir-locals.el, but the feature > would still be a nice-to-have. You could use file local variables for this, e.g. # Local Variables: # truncate-lines: t # End: at the end of your org file

Re: Finally figuring out some ob-sqlite stuff -- for worg?

2019-11-10 Thread Stefan Nobis
Eric Abrahamsen writes: > I was confused in part because the "where exists (select *..." looks > like its main purpose is to return rows. Indeed that's the purpose: Restrict the set of rows upon which update acts on. Here I tried to reformat the statement a bit in order to emphasize its

Re: Using Org and eev together - problem with source blocks

2019-11-10 Thread Ken Mankoff
On 2019-11-10 at 02:54 +01, Eduardo Ochs wrote... > #+BEGIN_SRC python > def square (x): > return x*x > > print(square(5)) > #+END_SRC > > [...] when I run the Python block with C-c C-c I always get a results > block like this (without the indentation): > > #+RESULTS: > : None > > What

Re: Using Org and eev together - problem with source blocks

2019-11-10 Thread Eduardo Ochs
Changing the Python source block to #+BEGIN_SRC python :output results def square (x): return x*x print(square(5)) #+END_SRC didn't change anything here, neither with emacs24 nor with git emacs, and I grepped (recursively) for ":output" in the directory where I cloned

Re: Using Org and eev together - problem with source blocks

2019-11-10 Thread Ken Mankoff
On 2019-11-10 at 15:36 +01, Eduardo Ochs wrote... > Changing the Python source block to > > #+BEGIN_SRC python :output results > > Are you sure that you wrote it correctly? I'm pretty sure I did not. Try ":results output" -k.

Re: Finally figuring out some ob-sqlite stuff -- for worg?

2019-11-10 Thread Eric Abrahamsen
Stefan Nobis writes: > Eric Abrahamsen writes: > >> I was confused in part because the "where exists (select *..." looks >> like its main purpose is to return rows. > > Indeed that's the purpose: Restrict the set of rows upon which update > acts on. Here I tried to reformat the statement a bit

Re: Finally figuring out some ob-sqlite stuff -- for worg?

2019-11-10 Thread Eric Abrahamsen
Stefan Nobis writes: > Eric Abrahamsen writes: > >> I was confused in part because the "where exists (select *..." looks >> like its main purpose is to return rows. > > Indeed that's the purpose: Restrict the set of rows upon which update > acts on. Here I tried to reformat the statement a bit