problem when linking to headlines?

2020-02-26 Thread Alan Schmitt
Hello, I have these two files: link1.org: * Test link2.org: [[file:link1.org::*Test][Test]] When I click on the first link, I get this in a dired buffer (there is no error). /home/schmitta/tmp: wildcard link1.org::*Test zsh:1: no matches found: link1.org::*Test I'm using Org Mode

Re: attachment: link type export to HTML invalid attach dir

2020-02-26 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, Gustav Wikström writes: > Expanding attachment-links in the buffer makes the link type no longer > be attachment. What makes you think that? The link type is preserved during the substitution, according to the (concat "attachment" ...). > I would prefer if we explicitly set the link

Re: problem when linking to headlines?

2020-02-26 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, Alan Schmitt writes: > I have these two files: > > link1.org: > > * Test > > link2.org: > > [[file:link1.org::*Test][Test]] > > When I click on the first link, I get this in a dired buffer (there is > no error). > > /home/schmitta/tmp: > wildcard link1.org::*Test > zsh:1: no

Re: get subtree contents as string

2020-02-26 Thread Eric Abrahamsen
Matt Price writes: > I have the following convenience function that scans contents of a subtree > and then sets a property, adds an overlay, and changes the TODO status: > (defun org-lms-set-grade () > "set grade property for all headings on basis of \"- Grade :: \" line > Use with caution."

Re: problem when linking to headlines?

2020-02-26 Thread Alan Schmitt
On 2020-02-26 16:38, Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Oops. Fixed. Thank you! Thanks a lot for the quick fix! Best, Alan

How to collapse all LOGBOOKS at once?

2020-02-26 Thread William Denton
The only thing I really use drawers for is with clock tracking, so for me this is just about :LOGBOOK: but it could be about other types of drawers, or all drawers: is there a way to collapse them all at once? When I'm fixing up the amounts of time I've been working on this, or when I sync a

Re: Running in-line babel code at auto-insert template file open

2020-02-26 Thread Lawrence Bottorff
Got a good answer over at emacs.stackexchange that uses Emacs text-buffer lore. Still, it seems like org-mode should be able to auto-run in-line code just like the solution does. Alas, someday I hope

Re: How to collapse all LOGBOOKS at once?

2020-02-26 Thread Kyle Meyer
William Denton writes: > The only thing I really use drawers for is with clock tracking, so for me > this > is just about :LOGBOOK: but it could be about other types of drawers, or all > drawers: is there a way to collapse them all at once? I'm not aware of a dedicated command that does

Re: How to collapse all LOGBOOKS at once?

2020-02-26 Thread William Denton
On 27 February 2020, Kyle Meyer wrote: William Denton writes: The only thing I really use drawers for is with clock tracking, so for me this is just about :LOGBOOK: but it could be about other types of drawers, or all drawers: is there a way to collapse them all at once? I'm not aware of

Re: correct remote path handling

2020-02-26 Thread Felipe Lema
Hey, y'all I found out that ob-shell was more broken than I thought so I had to upgrade my sword and get a new shield to fix it. Tramp support for ob-python and ob-shell look OK now, although still no tests. I'll wait until this review is done until I start working on the tests. Will probably

get subtree contents as string

2020-02-26 Thread Matt Price
I have the following convenience function that scans contents of a subtree and then sets a property, adds an overlay, and changes the TODO status: (defun org-lms-set-grade () "set grade property for all headings on basis of \"- Grade :: \" line Use with caution." (interactive)

Bibliography entry in the menu-bar

2020-02-26 Thread Sharon Kimble
I'm hoping that someone can help, but when I'm in a buffer of my bibliography, there is a drop-down list in the menu-bar, of buffer commands titled 'Entry-Types'. But what program puts it there? I want to create a new command to an entry in it, but I don't know what the originating program is.