[Orgmode] Restructure my org-life

2009-10-19 Thread andrea
Org-mode is already quite pervasive, I'm writing almost everything with it and moving also some old latex stuff. But now I think I have to rethink the whole way I store my data. I would like then to know how you organize your data to get some ideas. Now I have a directory $HOME/org where I

[Orgmode] Insert data with time

2009-10-20 Thread andrea
Sometimes when I insert a timestamp I would also like to put the time. But I haven't found any way to move in time and not only in the days, so I ended up to modify it by hand... Is there a smarter way? ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Remember: use

[Orgmode] Other modes in SRC

2009-10-20 Thread andrea
Is it possible maybe automatically activate other modes inside a #+BEGIN_SRC block? I've seen there is CCC (or something like that) enables to have multi modes in the same buffer, but maybe there's also a quicker way inside org-mode... Thanks ___

[Orgmode] Collaborating with heretics

2009-11-25 Thread andrea
In university projects I use org-mode for writing assignments and everything else I need to. Given that the output is wonderful and it's just text my group mates were very happy or at least didn't offer another alternative. But the problem is that those people are not emacs users. One actually

[Orgmode] Collaborate with heretics

2009-11-25 Thread andrea
In university projects I use org-mode for writing assignments and everything else I need to. Given that the output is wonderful and it's just text my group mates were very happy or at least didn't offer another alternative. But the problem is that those people are not emacs users. One actually

[Orgmode] Again on bookmarks

2009-11-25 Thread andrea
So finally I had a very nice function to export bookmarks to html file and I could import them into a whatever browser. This is nice since quicksilver can read them and I can find them quickly. But the problem is that the importing must be done manually (I didn't find any automatic process) and

[Orgmode] Re: Again on bookmarks

2009-11-26 Thread andrea
Samuel Wales samolog...@gmail.com writes: On 2009-11-25, andrea andrea.crott...@gmail.com wrote: That can be done with existing features, IIUC. I don't know if this is what you're considering, but I'd like to use org as the central place to store all bookmarks, for all browsers, and sync

[Orgmode] Re: Collaborate with heretics

2009-11-26 Thread andrea
andrea andrea.crott...@gmail.com writes: Sorry for the double post, I thought I had an error and didn't listen to gnus when it was saying it was a duplicate. Anyway I did some researches and I only noticed that there are vim users looking for something equivalent to org-mode for vim

[Orgmode] Re: Again on bookmarks

2009-11-26 Thread andrea
Thierry Volpiatto thierry.volpia...@gmail.com writes: andrea andrea.crott...@gmail.com writes: See BookmarkExtension: http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/emacs/BookmarkExtension It support now nearly all: emacs-w3m bookmarks, Firefox bookmarks, Delicious bookmarks, Gnus bookmarks, Man pages

[Orgmode] Re: Collaborate with heretics

2009-11-26 Thread andrea
I try to be a prophet of emacs and org-mode but sometimes it's just a loss of time. Even very skilled informatics weren't convinced, sometimes they didn't like it sometimes they just didn't want to spend time on it. Once it happened that a friend of mine that was working with excel tables saw

[Orgmode] Tables in databases

2009-12-01 Thread andrea
Org tables are great but for visualization and querying maybe databases are better, for example sqlite for small amounts of data is very nice and powerful. I found this http://orgmode.org/worg/org-tutorials/multitarget-tables.php which I haven't tried yet but looks nice. I would like to have an

[Orgmode] Re: Restructure my org-life

2009-12-01 Thread andrea
Matt Lundin m...@imapmail.org writes: andrea andrea.crott...@gmail.com writes: A quick question: Are you using the agenda? IMO, the number of org files you use doesn't really matter, since the agenda will gather the relevant information from all of them and since you can jump directly from

[Orgmode] Re: Html and unreadable characters

2009-12-01 Thread andrea
Sebastian sebastian_r...@gmx.de writes: It seems you use a dark background color in emacs? If so, just adjust the CSS style `background-color' for your pre tags like this: pre, code.pre { background-color:black; /* or #33 ... */ /* ... more styles here ... */ } Yes I am

[Orgmode] Re: Restructure my org-life

2009-12-02 Thread andrea
Xavier Maillard x...@gnu.org writes: Care to share it with us ? Of course with pleasure, it's quite simple but very nice --8---cut here---start-8--- (defun org-add-eventually() Adding a file to org-agenda when saved (interactive) (if (string=

[Orgmode] Re: Org mode and Collaboration with others.

2009-12-03 Thread andrea
Tim O'Callaghan tim.ocallag...@gmail.com writes: Hi org (ab)users This is a kind of follow up to an earlier thread, because i think there is some value in kicking off a discussion. I have suspicions that org-mode is essentially a solitary habit. I've done a quick search in the manual or

[Orgmode] Re: [babel] Tables to DB

2009-12-04 Thread andrea
Eric Schulte schulte.e...@gmail.com writes: Org-babel has support for SQL, so I presume that you could use that as a somewhat manual way to dump org-mode tables into sql tables. Also, if you have a python tool which you are using for interaction with sql tables, it may be easiest to use

[Orgmode] Re: Differences html/pdf

2009-12-04 Thread andrea
Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com writes: On Nov 1, 2009, at 8:01 PM, andrea Crotti wrote: Yes, take a big complicated Org file, maybe something in WOrg, and export it with this option. Then check if everything looks good. In particular tables, list, verbatim examples, etc

[Orgmode] Re: Org mode and Collaboration with others.

2009-12-07 Thread andrea
Michael Gilbert m...@gilbert.org writes: On Dec 3,2009, at 3:38 AM, andrea wrote: I'm not sure that emacs (ab)use is the right frame of reference here. Shouldn't we be talking about interoperability standards here? Orgmode supports the same core set of data that other todo list tools

[Orgmode] Big curly bracket

2009-12-08 Thread andrea
I have to write things like f(x) = | 0 if x == 1 | 1 otherwise with the big curly bracket. It's a common thing and I found in latex is like here http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-help/latex-help/59690-left-curly-brace.html Using \left{ and \begin{gathered} For some reasons anyway

[Orgmode] Re: Big curly bracket

2009-12-09 Thread andrea
Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com writes: [This is OT for this list - comp.text.tex is a better venue. Otoh, the reference might be useful to some people here - but unless org-mode content can be added, let's make this the end of the thread. Thanks.] Yes I'm sorry it was OT, I thought that

[Orgmode] Re: keep newlines on pdf export

2009-12-14 Thread andrea
Eraldo Helal era...@eraldo.org writes: One other reason behind this is that I can not export my document to html anymore after I added \\ at the end of every line... well I can but it does not look the way I want it to be. =] We already discussed about that and \obeylines doens't really work.

[Orgmode] Quoting latex code

2009-12-15 Thread andrea
I want to do something which I think should be really simple. I'm writing a small guide of latex for org-users, useful for people working with me that don't know latex but must insert some symbols in org-files. So I want to create simple tables where I insert the symbol and the output. But

[Orgmode] Re: Quoting latex code

2009-12-15 Thread andrea
Nicolas Girard nicolas.gir...@nerim.net writes: Hi Andrea, what about =\phi= ? Nice thanks, I didn't see it in the doc.. Anyway in the table I still have troubles, when I write this --8---cut here---start-8--- | \pi | #ERROR | | || #+TBLFM: $2

[Orgmode] Re: Quoting latex code

2009-12-16 Thread andrea
Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com writes: On Dec 15, 2009, at 1:49 PM, andrea wrote: You can also write ~\pi~ Ok thanks. Anyway I'm putting into that small guide all the things I found useful for my works, maybe someone else could be interested. Here you find it: http://github.com

[Orgmode] batch exporting

2009-12-20 Thread andrea
Given that I often would like to export to some formats I would like to create the final script that handles everything. If easy enough it can also be useful for non org users that still would like to get the output formatted... So my attempt is here --8---cut

[Orgmode] Re: batch exporting

2009-12-20 Thread andrea
Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com writes: See the thread at http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/17059 I also tried the scripts from that thread (but it's actually the same thing), I always get the same error. What could that mean: converting file euler.org Wrong type argument:

[Orgmode] Re: batch exporting

2009-12-20 Thread andrea
Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com writes: On Dec 20, 2009, at 11:43 PM, andrea wrote: Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com writes: See the thread at http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/17059 I also tried the scripts from that thread (but it's actually the same thing), I

[Orgmode] Re: batch exporting

2009-12-21 Thread andrea
Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com writes: Further along in the thread I pointed out to you, there is a discussion of emacs --batch implying emacs -q and how to load your .emacs file. I believe that't the problem you are having. Alright I can try, but I don't want to load my configuration

[Orgmode] Re: demote region

2009-12-21 Thread andrea
Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com writes: andrea andrea.crott...@gmail.com wrote: Demote the tree and add a new heading: what's the problem? Good I got it, I thought I also needed to select the region. If you select the region it doesn't work, just demoting from the head works like a charm

[Orgmode] Re: [babel] documentation released to Worg

2009-12-27 Thread andrea
Eric Schulte schulte.e...@gmail.com writes: Hello, Tom Dye, Dan Davison and I have significantly updated the Org-babel documentation. All of the features of Org-babel should now be covered. http://orgmode.org/worg/org-contrib/babel/ Best -- Eric Great I'll have a look... Little typo on

[Orgmode] autoloading stuff

2009-12-27 Thread andrea
If I don't remember wrong in the guide everything was supposed to be required. Now is there a way to eliminate all the requires? I have all those requires, and the problems is that also babel loads the entire programming mode even if I don't need it. --8---cut

[Orgmode] Re: autoloading stuff

2009-12-27 Thread andrea
Thomas S. Dye t...@tsdye.com writes: Hi Andrea, I'm not certain I understand your question, but it brings to mind the Getting Started section of http://orgmode.org/worg/org-contrib/babel/intro.php, which indicates that you can activate whatever subset of supported languages you wish. Well

[Orgmode] Re: autoloading stuff

2009-12-28 Thread andrea
Thomas S. Dye t...@tsdye.com writes: Hi Andrea, On Dec 27, 2009, at 12:53 PM, andrea wrote: I don't believe this is addressed in the documentation. Perhaps Eric or Dan can give you an answer when they are back on-line. All the best, Tom I didn't find it either. It't not so important

[Orgmode] auto exporting something

2010-01-09 Thread andrea
I have some simple files which I always want to export to other formats, why don't simply add a sort of keyword for that? Like: #+auto: ascii html Then adding a hook on after-save-hook could look for it and take the appropriate action. Is there maybe already another way to do the same thing?

[Orgmode] Re: Tips on maintaining a knowledge-base ?

2010-01-10 Thread andrea
d.st...@gmail.com writes: I've been using org-mode for a little while, I've kept it really simple for now, with only two files : - one to act as an inbox, with remember-mode - another where I stick just about anything that's been processed from the inbox This is great for managing somewhat

[Orgmode] From comments in code to org-mode

2010-01-16 Thread andrea
I had an idea which would be really nice if I'm able to implement it. I write very often in code comments like // FIXME: infinite loop for example, now is a good thing they're in the code, but I also would like to centralize the error management per project in some way. So I thought something

[Orgmode] org-agenda-files variable

2010-01-17 Thread andrea
I've set up in before-hook a function to append to org-agenda-files every org file. Now the problem is that sometimes it adds the file in form ~/path and sometimes in form /Users/user/path It's annoying because on different machines I have different homes. What could be the reason? I always

[Orgmode] Re: org-agenda-files variable

2010-01-18 Thread andrea
Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com writes: Hi Andrea, This post is really incomplete, and it is impossible for anyone to give a good answer - which means that everyone has to read my answer and then your second attempt. Things that could help are: - What does your hook look like

[Orgmode] [babel] Moving to babel the whole configuration

2010-01-21 Thread andrea
I'm really tempted to move all my emacs configuration in only one big file. This would also help me to make it more consistent and readable. But I'm afraid to mess up something, in theory I just need: - a simple org and babel loader - one big file containing everything But how is emacs behaving?

[Orgmode] Absolute paths in exported files

2010-01-23 Thread andrea
I was exporting an org-file containing relative paths in the format file:../ In both the pdf and the html the url becomes absolute, I haven't found a good reason for that in the documentation (they should remain relative as I understood), any idea? Org-mode version 6.33trans GNU Emacs 23.1.50.1

[Orgmode] Re: Absolute paths in exported files

2010-01-23 Thread andrea
andrea andrea.crott...@gmail.com writes: I was exporting an org-file containing relative paths in the format file:../ In both the pdf and the html the url becomes absolute, I haven't found a good reason for that in the documentation (they should remain relative as I understood), any idea

[Orgmode] Re: Absolute paths in exported files

2010-01-23 Thread andrea
andrea andrea.crott...@gmail.com writes: Another very strange thing happened, I have in the file two sources like #+begin_src sh lsdfks #+end_src tex text and #+begin_src java lsdfks #+end_src Now exporting to html or java shows me twice the FIRST code! If I delete the first one than

[O] Bug: org -> org export ignores latex blocks [8.3.4 (8.3.4-50-g83e373-elpaplus @ /home/andrea/.emacs.d/elpa/org-plus-contrib-20160509/)]

2016-05-12 Thread Andrea
--- becomes --- # Created 2016-05-12 Thu 17:45 #+TITLE: #+AUTHOR: Andrea * Hello --- The export to html deletes these blocks as well. Packages as ox-pandoc and org-pandoc use this functionality, and so fail the export as well. Hope this can be solved easily. Thanks

Re: [O] Bug: org -> org export ignores latex blocks [8.3.4 (8.3.4-50-g83e373-elpaplus @ /home/andrea/.emacs.d/elpa/org-plus-contrib-20160509/)]

2016-05-12 Thread Andrea
Hello, thanks for the fast reply. It actually works with the new syntax, thank you! There is a minor thing though: when I export a #+BEGIN_export latex to an org buffer, it exports to #+BEGIN_export (without the latex). Maybe this is a bug? Thanks, Andrea P.S: I did not know about these changes

Re: [O] Bug: org -> org export ignores latex blocks [8.3.4 (8.3.4-50-g83e373-elpaplus @ /home/andrea/.emacs.d/elpa/org-plus-contrib-20160509/)]

2016-05-12 Thread Andrea
ion in emacs I get: Org-mode version 8.3.4 (8.3.4-50-g83e373-elpaplus @ /home/andrea/.emacs.d/elpa/org-plus-contrib-20160509/) On package-list-packages I have org20160509 installed Outline-based notes management and organizer org-plus-contrib 20160

Re: [O] Bug: org -> org export ignores latex blocks [8.3.4 (8.3.4-50-g83e373-elpaplus @ /home/andrea/.emacs.d/elpa/org-plus-contrib-20160509/)]

2016-05-12 Thread Andrea
Okay, I have deleted the org one and left the org-contrib: I can still use the new feature (probably org-contrib enables it). Thanks for your explanation, Andrea Kaushal Modi <kaushal.m...@gmail.com> writes: > On Thu, May 12, 2016 at 6:20 PM Andrea <agiuglian...@gmail.com> wrote:

[O] Bug: org-eww-copy-for-org-mode Empty Link problem + easy fix [9.0.4 (9.0.4-elpaplus @ /home/andrea/.emacs.d/elpa/org-plus-contrib-20170124/)]

2017-02-11 Thread Andrea
w I solved this by adding an if statement that makes the link only if the info passed is not nil [2], but maybe someone knows a better check for org-eww-goto-next-url-property-change than the one using 'shr-url? Thanks a lot for org mode, Andrea [1] org-eww-copy-for-org-mode uses org-eww-got

[O] Bug: EXPORT_FILE_NAME error [9.0.3 (9.0.3-elpaplus @ /home/andrea/.emacs.d/elpa/org-plus-contrib-20161224/)]

2016-12-28 Thread Andrea
ror here: org-compile-file: File "/tmp/bla.pdf" wasn’t produced. See "*Org PDF LaTeX You should see that the LaTeX file is in the /tmp directory, but that the pdf is in the home directory. It would be marvellous if this could start working as before. Thanks and Happy New Year t

[O] Bug: [Feature request] generate source blocks from filename [9.0.8 (9.0.8-elpaplus @ /Users/andreagiugliano/.emacs.d/elpa/org-plus-contrib-20170606/)]

2017-06-19 Thread Andrea
-ring) (org-src-from-filename-at-point)) (bind-key "C-c y" 'org-src-from-helm-kill-ring) #+END_SRC Which becomes so cool having a function that adds the current buffer filename to the kill-ring: #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp :tangle yes (defun copy-buffer-filename () (interactive) (let ((p

Re: [O] Literate programming: Org mode and Scala

2018-09-18 Thread Andrea
Hi Grant, Yes, I am. If you manage to make the current scala-mode work, the output is ugly (I opened a PR for that). The old scala-mode [1] did not need any external package to work (apart of Scala). Best, Andrea [0] https://github.com/ensime/emacs-scala-mode/issues/148 [1] https

Re: Shower thought: submit an IETF RFC to register Org as a MIME type

2020-09-24 Thread Andrea
Since Markdown may have different interpretations depending on the tool and the environment, a better approach is to analyze (and sanitize or block) the output markup, rather than attempting to analyze the Markdown. " Do they have an org-babel? Thanks, Andrea

Re: Shower thought: submit an IETF RFC to register Org as a MIME type

2020-09-24 Thread Andrea
Since Markdown may have different interpretations depending on the tool and the environment, a better approach is to analyze (and sanitize or block) the output markup, rather than attempting to analyze the Markdown. " Do they have an org-babel? Thanks, Andrea

[ANN] integrate Org-capture and YASnippet and Yankpad

2020-07-28 Thread Andrea
And this is a post describing why/what I did: https://ag91.github.io/blog/2020/07/28/how-to-integrate-yasnippet-and-yankpad-with-org-capture/ I hope this will be helpful to somebody else too! And any feedback is welcome, maybe there was an easier way to do it? Thanks, Andrea

[Orgmode] Getting a nice and synchronized calendar

2009-07-30 Thread Andrea Crotti
I really love org-mode and I've been using it for a while now (just finished yesterday to read the info documentation). Now I would like to use it as calendar and see also my changes on ical. So I thought about exporting automatically (batch exporting on every save maybe?) to ics all my

[Orgmode] Some table questions

2009-09-02 Thread andrea crotti
I really like tables and I enabled it also in mail-mode, but I have some questions about them. - When I export tables to html I don't get any border, I looked at the code and it's the css embedded, but I didn't find the variables to set it up. Is it also possible to set it for every

[Orgmode] Re: Some table questions

2009-09-03 Thread andrea crotti
Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com writes: Check out section 12.6.4 (Tables in HTML export) of the Org manual. Thanks I found it very nice, my info manual differs from the online, maybe because I'm still using version 6.28.. Anyway another thing, nested tables are not allowed, is it correct?

[Orgmode] Exporting latex formulas

2009-09-03 Thread andrea crotti
When I export to html my latex formulas are not touched at all, the only variable that should be in charge (setq export-with-LaTex-fragments t) is already set to t, and the formula is nicely converted to image inside emacs, what else could that be? Thanks

[Orgmode] auto export via git hook

2009-09-03 Thread andrea crotti
I want to automatically export to html or something else in my pre- commit hook with git, I tried many things but I always get the same error mbpro:rt-simulate andrea$ cat .git/hooks/pre-commit.bak emacs --batch --load=$HOME/.emacs.d/org-mode/org.el --eval (setq org- export-headline-levels

[Orgmode] Re: Exporting latex formulas

2009-09-04 Thread andrea crotti
It was a very stupid mistake, I was setting a non existing variable.. It takes some time anyway to transform all the formulas, it would be better to do it in a background process, I saw something similar I think. ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list

[Orgmode] Re: Some table questions

2009-09-04 Thread andrea crotti
Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com writes: No, this is not possible currently. Well but I can set up formulas for an entire column like for example: | 1 | 1 | | 2 | 4 | #+TBLFM: $2=$1^2 If I could hide one column with another setting than I would be able to apply the formula on a

[Orgmode] Re: auto export via git hook

2009-09-04 Thread andrea crotti
Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com writes: andrea crotti andrea.crott...@gmail.com wrote: See the following thread in the mail list archive: http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/17059 Basically, --batch implies -q, so you have to do any initialization (including setting the load

[Orgmode] Re: Exporting after executing code

2009-09-11 Thread andrea Crotti
Detlef Steuer steuer at unibwh.de writes: On Fri, 11 Sep 2009 12:41:24 + (UTC) andrea Crotti andrea.crotti.0 at gmail.com wrote: And another thing, is there an easy way to include a file like \include or \input in latex?? Yes, you can #+INCLUDE: http://orgmode.org/manual

[Orgmode] Re: Exporting after executing code

2009-09-12 Thread andrea Crotti
Carsten Dominik carsten.dominik at gmail.com writes: or, for a lighter solution http://repo.or.cz/w/org-mode.git?a=blob_plain;f=contrib/lisp/org-eval.el;hb=HEAD or http://orgmode.org/worg/org-contrib/org-eval-light.php But org-babel may really be the way to go. - Carsten

[Orgmode] Re: ignoring non-existent agenda files

2009-09-14 Thread andrea Crotti
But why did you get this error? Maybe you were setting manually all the agenda files? Because I have a setting like this (setq org-agenda-files (directory-files ~/org/ t .org$ t)) And I never had problems.. ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Remember:

[Orgmode] Re: Exporting after executing code

2009-09-14 Thread andrea Crotti
Fantastic, Now I finally found how I will write my servers documentation, but still I have to decide how to proceed. I have a git repository in /etc, so every important file is under revision control. I have two options I think: - move everything on the server and link the config files with

[Orgmode] to bookmarks

2009-09-26 Thread andrea Crotti
Bookmarks from org-mode: I insert many many links inside my orgmode but sometimes I would also like to have them in my browsers (safari and firefox sometimes). Is there already something working out of the box? The hierarchy like file.org * level1 ** level2

[Orgmode] Advanced table

2009-09-26 Thread andrea Crotti
I was trying to write down everything I spend and where I do, so I set up this simple table. So basically every day I have some expenses and on top I have the total. If the pattern is always the same (vsum(@+...@+ii)) I would like to have that formula every time I add a new thing.

[Orgmode] Export to ascii simpler

2009-09-29 Thread andrea Crotti
Is there a very quick way to copy some text from an emacs buffer taking away the indentation? org-export-as-ascii creates a new file, I only need in the ring (and in osx buffer) the text copied. I can copy to another buffer than do a *kill-rectangle* on it but it's quite a long procedure..

[Orgmode] From formatted to table

2009-09-29 Thread andrea Crotti
I have for example a table where | one thing | dsjfls | | two things| dslkjfls | | three abc dej | dsf | And I would like to get | one | thing | dsjfls | | two | things | dslkjfls | | three | abc dej | dsf | I tried some simple substitutions but substituting all

[Orgmode] Html and unreadable characters

2009-10-25 Thread andrea Crotti
When I export to html and there is source code inside sometimes I get unreadable characters,that's because the color is very light and on a white background it disappears. How could I solve it? Wouldn't be possible to export keeping the emacs theme (like htmlize does) for example?

[Orgmode] Differences html/pdf

2009-10-28 Thread andrea Crotti
I normally prefer to export to pdf but I see that there are some differences. I added #+OPTIONS: toc:nil \n:nil todo:nil and toc is not exported in both, todo are anyway always exported and newline are kept only in html. In the latex version they're not exported for some reasons... Should I

[Orgmode] Re: Differences html/pdf

2009-10-28 Thread andrea Crotti
Carsten Dominik carsten.dominik at gmail.com writes: On Oct 28, 2009, at 3:16 PM, andrea Crotti wrote: This is about the TODO keywords, and they are stripped in both Mm I don't understand... How should I disable todo exporting then? How I wrote it doesn't work, but from the manual

[Orgmode] Re: Differences html/pdf

2009-10-31 Thread andrea Crotti
Carsten Dominik carsten.dominik at gmail.com writes: On Oct 28, 2009, at 11:23 PM, Nick Dokos wrote: Bastien bastienguerry at googlemail.com wrote: OK, this is pretty good, and I have added it to be inserted as a consequence of setting org-export-preserve-breaks. But I believe in

[Orgmode] Fast traversing directories

2009-10-31 Thread andrea Crotti
Well I would like to have simply all the org files I produce wherever in my agenda. I started to write something like (dolist (x (directory-files ~/uni/ t)) (if (file-directory-p x) (dolist (subject (directory-files x t)) (if (file-directory-p subject) (setq

[Orgmode] Re: Fast traversing directories

2009-10-31 Thread andrea Crotti
Benjamin Andresen benny at in-ulm.de writes: Hey Andrea, andrea Crotti andrea.crotti.0 at gmail.com writes: I didn't find any function in elisp, maybe it would be better to get a list of org-files with an external command (python or shell script), what do you think? http

[Orgmode] Re: Differences html/pdf

2009-11-01 Thread andrea Crotti
Carsten Dominik carsten.dominik at gmail.com writes: It is in the git repo, but not yet in a release. It may be in 6.33, but only if no problems arise from this change - I am not at all sure about this. - Carsten It's not also so easy to test I guess... Maybe giving some very complicated

[Orgmode] Final bookmark exporting

2009-11-02 Thread andrea Crotti
Given that I finally have my nice org-agenda-files defined I would also like to have an automatic bookmark exporting. I was thinking to something like hook on write-file that - checks if file is org-mode and in the org-directories - if it is and not in agenda files add it (and not do the whole

[Orgmode] Adding org files

2009-11-09 Thread andrea Crotti
mess it up, so be careful. ;; Your init file should contain only one such instance. ;; If there is more than one, they won't work right. '(org-agenda-files (quote (~/org/tobuy.org /Users/andrea/Documents/calzitex/documentazione/doc.org /U... Who is writing it? And by the way I was thinking

[Orgmode] [babel] dot in pdf directly

2009-11-09 Thread andrea Crotti
Still a couple of questions, I found something here in the newsgroup but nothing helped me... First, how many and where can I find all the possible #+begin_...? I mean why is #+begin_dot and not #+begin_src dot? I would like to insert my dot info and on exporting getting a pdf with embedded

[Orgmode] Re: [babel] dot in pdf directly

2009-11-09 Thread andrea Crotti
Eric Schulte schulte.eric at gmail.com writes: The two separate mechanisms are confusion, but for now are necessary to allow org-mode users to evaluate some simple block types (like dot) on export without having to load up all of org-babel. I hope the above isn't too confusing :) -- Eric

[Orgmode] Re: Adding org files

2009-11-10 Thread andrea Crotti
Stephan Schmitt drmabuse at cs.tu-berlin.de writes: if you use (setq ...) you circumvent the customization framework and the variable is set only for the emacs session. don't know if this helps, otherwise rephrase your question, please. Well no that's even better! In this way I can

[Orgmode] Emacs package management with org-mode

2009-11-14 Thread andrea Crotti
I was keeping a list of packages I use with emacs (here) http://github.com/AndreaCrotti/Emacs-conf/blob/master/.emacs.d/README.txt but now I had another idea, why don't create a table with org mode? I thought a table like | PACK | UPDATE CMD | REPO | COMMENT | RANK | CONF | where PACK: name

[Orgmode] [babel] latex code in final pdf

2009-11-17 Thread andrea Crotti
I'm not so sure it's related to babel since it's in #+BEGIN_SRC haskell tags. Anyway in short I see latex code in the final source code block exported. I updated from git org-mode. This is the code that gives program: sumListCond :: Int - Int - [Int] - Int sumListCond l n xs | foldl

[Orgmode] Re: [babel] latex code in final pdf

2009-11-17 Thread andrea Crotti
Eric Schulte schulte.eric at gmail.com writes: as expected. Maybe it is possible that even though you have the latest org-mode on your computer your Emacs is still loading an older version? If that is not the case then it could be something specific to your configuration, which you can

[Orgmode] Re: Bug in table formula editor?

2009-11-22 Thread andrea Crotti
Yes I'm sorry the table was too big and screwed up so I didn't copy the formulas. Anyway it's everything here http://github.com/AndreaCrotti/my-project-euler/blob/master/euler.org For the bug just go over the table - press C-c ' - start typing a new formula with @+ after that emacs hangs and not

[Orgmode] Re: Bug in table formula editor?

2009-11-22 Thread andrea Crotti
Andreas Burtzlaff andy13 at gmx.net writes: I cannot reproduce this with Emacs 23.1.1 and org-6.33trans release_6.33f.30.g011f. If Emacs hangs completely it might be a bug in the Emacs core rather then org-mode. I don't know what's the problem but it does it on both osx and linux with emacs

[Orgmode] Re: batch exporting

2009-12-21 Thread andrea Crotti
:exclude-tags (noexport) :select-tags (export) :email and...@44-131.eduroam.rwth-aachen.de :author andrea :auto-postamble nil :auto-preamble nil :postamble nil :preamble nil :publishing-directory nil :timestamp nil :expand-quoted-html t :html-table-tag nil :xml-declaration nil :html-extension nil

[Orgmode] Re: Absolute paths in exported files

2010-01-24 Thread Andrea Crotti
andrea andrea.crott...@gmail.com writes: Ok that's really driving me crazy, the problems is there only with that file and only with src sh, it would work for other languages. I removed the options, modified the outline but nothing to do Here's the whole file by the way: http://gist.github.com

[Orgmode] Re: Absolute paths in exported files

2010-01-25 Thread Andrea Crotti
Ok forget about the sh problem, I just deleted it.. The absolute path is another mystery, I thought the problem was that I wasn't using a project but it's exactly the same thing with a project. Paths will only be absolutes, I also added :include (java) but still the same, no code included and

[Orgmode] Wiki?

2010-02-19 Thread Andrea Crotti
Today I had to modify some wiki pages for a project and I realized how it sucked.. Stupid editor, annoying markup language, difficult to remember/track down what you've written and so on. So wouldn't be great to do something like this * Wiki stuff ** Page1 This is a wiki page, automatically

[Orgmode] Re: Wiki?

2010-02-19 Thread Andrea Crotti
Ben Finney ben+em...@benfinney.id.au writes: This much, at least, can be fixed by the “It's All Text” add-on for Firefox URL:https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/4125. Yes I know and it's really nice but on OSX I never use firefox, I really prefer Safari to it...

[Orgmode] Re: Wiki?

2010-02-20 Thread Andrea Crotti
Manish mailtomanish.sha...@gmail.com writes: have you tried Wes Hardaker's generic exporter? C-c C-e g RET. it should already be able to do a lot of what you want. Ah thanks perfect, that's more than enough! Making modification possible is of course too much trouble, having a single command

[Orgmode] Let's TALK about it

2010-02-25 Thread Andrea Crotti
I will probably go here http://www.pycon.it/ (what does it have to do with org-mode you might think). Anyway I wanted to propose a talk on emacs and python programming packages used to simplify the editing. I would also like to include something on literate programming with orgmode/babel, so I

[Orgmode] Re: Let's TALK about it

2010-02-25 Thread Andrea Crotti
Eric Schulte schulte.e...@gmail.com writes: Hi Andrea, That's an excellent question, and I have no idea what the answer should be. The first step is certainly introducing Org-mode, maybe with a focus on tables, and the export to html and LaTeX. From there Org-babel may best be described

Re: [O] Git merge tool for Org files

2011-08-20 Thread Andrea Crotti
On 08/18/2011 12:45 PM, Carsten Dominik wrote: Hi, I was wondering if anyone here has the skills and interest to write a git merge driver for Org mode files, in the way http://git.savannah.gnu.org/gitweb/?p=gnulib.git;a=blob;f=lib/git-merge-changelog.c does this for GNU style ChangeLog

Re: [O] Git merge tool for Org files

2011-08-20 Thread Andrea Crotti
On 08/20/2011 04:42 PM, Carsten Dominik wrote: I have no idea, but I would think that it could also be written in Perl, for example. Yes from what I understand from the source it can be any executable that outputs things as git expects them. There are no compile time dependencies on git as

[O] rst-mode tables

2011-09-21 Thread Andrea Crotti
I'm writing in RST a lot of documentation, and I noticed that RST-tables are very similar to org-mode tables. This makes me think that I could use happily turn-on-orgtbl and use it, but the tables are not exactly the same. ++---+---+---+ | THi is | table | | |

Re: [O] rst-mode tables

2011-09-21 Thread Andrea Crotti
On 09/21/2011 10:23 AM, Jambunathan K wrote: Andrea Crottiandrea.crott...@gmail.com writes: I'm writing in RST a lot of documentation, and I noticed that RST-tables are very similar to org-mode tables. This makes me think that I could use happily turn-on-orgtbl and use it, but the tables

Re: [O] rst-mode tables

2011-09-26 Thread Andrea Crotti
Achim Gratz strom...@nexgo.de writes: Which is why you can switch between table.el and org tables with C-c C-c (to recognize an existing table) and then C-c ~ to convert it between the two formats if possible. You do lose some formatting going back and forth, though. Very nice thanks a

[O] pycallgraph to org-mode

2011-10-05 Thread Andrea Crotti
I'm programming in Python and I have to understand how a quite complicated code base actually works. So I thought that using pycallgraph might help me, but the resulting figures are just normally too big, and also it's annoying to go and look at the code from the graph. So I had the following

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