I have a snippet that clocks me in, if I set the TOOD-keyword of an item to
started. So some time after working on that item on and off, I got a stack trace
and it would not change the keyword to started. The error was, that emacs was
not compiled with dbus support and I thought, hell
Adam Porter writes:
> Hi friends,
> FYI, I've released org-ql 0.4. It includes many improvements since 0.3.
It would be nice if you could do a stable release of org-super-agenda so
that it could be installed from melpa-stable...
If I have a drawer titled 'mydrawer', how can I exempt it and its
contents from word-count please? This is using wc-mode and also in
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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
Dan Drake writes:
> I asked about a way to specify a time when using org-resolve-clock instead
> of a number of minutes:
> I've implemented this myself and a patch is attached. Comments welcome --
> my change
I just upload org-ref on my system via melpa and get the following error when I
issue the command doi-utils-add-bibtex-entry-from-doi
Symbol’s function definition is void: org-ref-possible-bibfiles
Does anybody know how to resolve this
Here is the backtrace
I do recognize that melpa-stable is not in any practical way curated,
guaranteed, cross-tested, etc.---and that emacs' packaging doesn't even
necessarily provide what might be required for anyone to try to do any
On the other hand, I *also* don't assume that maintainers are
> I found I can add property with name input name like "kk", "hello" etc, but
> can't add property "CATEGORY". Is there some limitation on document level
I still cannot reproduce it.
I don't disagree with most of what you write. I do think a big part of
the problem is inconsistency and poor practices by some maintainers
which is at the hart of the issue. Sometimes it seems that package
maintainers put too much emphasis on getting the latest package out and
forget about the
Tim Cross writes:
> I don't disagree with most of what you write. I do think a big part of
> the problem is inconsistency and poor practices by some maintainers
> which is at the hart of the issue. Sometimes it seems that package
> maintainers put too much emphasis on getting the latest package
Michael Alan Dorman writes:
>> Hi friends,
>> FYI, I've released org-ql 0.4. It includes many improvements since 0.3.
> It would be nice if you could do a stable release of org-super-agenda so
> that it could be installed from melpa-stable...
Kyle Meyer writes:
>> Subject: [PATCH] org-src: Add option 'plain to org-src-window-setup
> I'll wait another day or so for others to comment before applying.
I've applied this patch (with the mentioned tweaks) and the second patch
(with a slight expansion of the commit message).
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