[Orgmode] changing the time of one instance of a recurring appointment

2010-02-12 Thread Erik Iverson
would you handle that? Just simply change the 11:30 to 10:30 and remember to change it back next week? Add a new one-off appointment for 10:30 that day and ignore the 11:30 one on your agenda? Or is there some way to do this built into org-mode already? Thanks a lot! Erik Iverson

Re: [Orgmode] org-babel with R, scrolling an inferior ESS process

2010-02-18 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello, snip Can anyone 1) replicate that you don't see the scrolling, even with the comint-scroll-to-bottom-on-output variable set to 't'? Yes, this has been on my todo list for a while! Definitely time to fix it. Great, I'd be happy to test out the code when it's ready! 2) suggest a

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] multiple result outputs from function

2010-03-16 Thread Erik Iverson
Graham - Graham Smith wrote: Below is a function that I am trying to run in orgmode/babel. It seems to run OK, but instead of printing out three values, its only printing the final result. Once again, i would appreciate some help with what I am missing. Thanks, Graham #+srcname:

Re: [O] agenda: void: category-pos

2011-08-24 Thread Erik Iverson
Yes, happened to me today too. On 08/24/2011 04:20 PM, Michael Brand wrote: Hi all Since http://orgmode.org/w/?p=org-mode.git;a=commitdiff;h=15798836e2bb84bebfb005375e08e38830fc90ee from yesterday or with the newest release_7.7-194-gd203b61 when I try to open the agenda with a minimal setup I

Re: [O] Escaping Square Brackets in LaTeX Export

2011-09-01 Thread Erik Iverson
Richard, On 09/01/2011 06:24 AM, Richard Lewis wrote: I want to include the following in an org-mode buffer and be able to export it to LaTeX: #+begin_src python :exports code s[0] #+end_src This works for me with both python and R code blocks on the latest version pulled from git. Which

Re: [Orgmode] Suppressing src block evaluationon publish?

2011-02-01 Thread Erik Iverson
Loris Bennett wrote: Hi, I have an org file containing several src blocks which generate images using ditaa. When I publish to PDF via LaTeX, the images are all generated every time, which makes publishing rather slow. Is there some way to toggle the evaluation of the src blocks on and off

Re: [Orgmode] Re: [OT] M-x not working anymore

2011-02-01 Thread Erik Iverson
Markus Heller wrote: Tassilo Horn tass...@member.fsf.org writes: Markus Heller helle...@gmail.com writes: Hi Markus, M-x doesn't work anymore!! The M key works, e.g. M-w still does what it's supposed to if a region is active, and I can use ESC x instead. What does C-h k M-x say? For

Re: [Orgmode] [OT] Taskwarrior, nice GTD-oriented CLI thing

2011-02-03 Thread Erik Iverson
Marcelo, I've started dreaming of a system called 'org-dashboard' that will do things like this. E.g., progress tracking for projects, books, weight loss goals. Graphics of time tracking for sleeping hours, work hours, exercise hours, etc. Simple counts of how many Coke's you drink, etc. The

Re: [Orgmode] Combination of =code= and Description

2011-02-03 Thread Erik Iverson
is happening anyway, and would be happy to be corrected by a true guru! --Erik Iverson ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Please use `Reply All' to send replies to the list. Emacs-orgmode@gnu.org http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/emacs-orgmode

Re: [Orgmode] [OT] Taskwarrior, nice GTD-oriented CLI thing

2011-02-03 Thread Erik Iverson
Eric S Fraga wrote: Erik Iverson er...@ccbr.umn.edu writes: Marcelo, I've started dreaming of a system called 'org-dashboard' [...] I'm very much in the design phase now, no code. I should have some but sounds good! I look forward to it. The trick will be to ensure that the correct

Re: [Orgmode] silent evaluation during export

2011-02-04 Thread Erik Iverson
Andreas, This may help, but I'm not sure what language you're using. I was using in this discussion. http://www.mail-archive.com/emacs-orgmode@gnu.org/msg29333.html The upshot from that thread was that by including a :session argument, you guarantee that the code runs on export. --Erik

[Orgmode] [babel] common lisp / slime evaluation in org-mode

2011-02-09 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello, I have started playing around with SLIME and was pleased to find there was already some support in org-mode for evaluating Common LISP blocks. The comments in ob-lisp.el makes it clear that it is not complete support yet. It appears for example that you can only evaluate one lisp form per

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] common lisp / slime evaluation in org-mode

2011-02-09 Thread Erik Iverson
On 02/09/2011 07:18 PM, Eric Schulte wrote: Hi Erik, I've been switching from Clojure to Common Lisp myself, and have also found that there are some issues with ob-lisp.el (although I've been too busy recently to look closely at them). ob-clojure.el works well, and uses slime for code

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] common lisp / slime evaluation in org-mode

2011-02-10 Thread Erik Iverson
snip Looking at the code in ob-lisp.el, I think I see why this is happening, but don't know enough about SLIME yet to make it work. It seems that line that calls =eval-slime= would need to be changed to =eval-slime-buffer= after dumping the code block into a temporary buffer. However, that

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] Including TikZ diagrams as figures in export

2011-02-20 Thread Erik Iverson
Jeffrey, Now, I'd like to integrate them into an org document. I'd like: 1) To use babel to handle the TikZ source This is possible. 2) To wrap the resulting drawing in a figure environment for automatic numbering and centering See

[Orgmode] [babel] some lisp/slime progress

2011-02-20 Thread Erik Iverson
-))) (with-temp-file script-file Then, things like the following work, where I assume you've already started M-x slime. #+begin_src emacs-lisp :session (defvar test1 test1 value) (defvar test2 test2 value) test2 #+end_src #+results: : test2 value Best Regards, --Erik Iverson

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] some lisp/slime progress

2011-02-20 Thread Erik Iverson
Then, things like the following work, where I assume you've already started M-x slime. #+begin_src emacs-lisp :session (defvar test1 test1 value) (defvar test2 test2 value) test2 #+end_src #+results: : test2 value Er, not emacs-lisp, just lisp... like the following #+begin_src lisp

Re: [Orgmode] inserting images in HTML export

2011-02-21 Thread Erik Iverson
I think this is simply because you're generating a PDF, which can't really be displayed 'in html'. Try generating a bitmap format such as PNG. That should work! On 02/21/2011 05:26 PM, Julian Burgos wrote: Dear list, Here is another of my newbie questions. As many others, I´m exploring ways

Re: [O] Re: [Orgmode] Re: Org Babel and R issue with pdf latex export

2011-02-28 Thread Erik Iverson
Ben, And what about your .Rprofile. Since your R code does produce a warning, I wonder if you have instructed R to take some special action when it sees one? --Erik Ben Ward wrote: On 28/02/2011 11:24, Rainer M Krug wrote: On Mon, Feb 28, 2011 at 8:07 AM, Ben Wardbenjamin.w...@bathspa.org

Re: [O] Re: [Orgmode] Re: Org Babel and R issue with pdf latex export

2011-02-28 Thread Erik Iverson
Erik Iverson wrote: Ben, And what about your .Rprofile. Since your R code does produce a warning, I wonder if you have instructed R to take some special action when it sees one? Related, how does the export process that's not working affect the *R* buffer in Emacs? Can you paste

Re: [O] in-buffer completion question

2011-03-01 Thread Erik Iverson
Not really answering your question, but you do know about C-c C-x p to set properties? henry atting wrote: Let's say I am in an orgmode buffer, more precisely I opened a file with org-contacts. My first entry is: ** Mr.X :PROPERTIES: :EMAIL: m...@mail.me :END: Then I want to create a new

[O] inline R code evaluation?

2011-03-03 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello list! I haven't used inline code evaluation in R too much, but I thought the following used to work. Can anyone tell me if I'm doing something wrong, or maybe it's temporarily broken in git? I just pulled. ### begin org example ### * testing inline R/org-mode evaluation Here I test

Re: [O] latex fragments, dvipng and mathjax

2011-03-08 Thread Erik Iverson
On 03/08/2011 02:16 PM, Nick Dokos wrote: [following up on my post...] One thing that should have helped is to set the mathml option to nil: --8---cut here---start-8--- #+MATHJAX: align:left mathml:nil

Re: [O] Slow movement in large buffers

2011-03-15 Thread Erik Iverson
Scott Randby wrote: On 03/15/2011 12:11 PM, Chris Randle wrote: On 2011-03-15 03:25, Matt Lundin wrote: I've been navigating the org-issues file (14000+ lines) and have found movement within the file to be fairly slow. Sometimes Emacs will lock up for several seconds. snip Do others have the

Re: [O] Problem with agenda and diary

2011-03-17 Thread Erik Iverson
Dan, My agenda won't build this morning either, so it's more than you. I don't have time to investigate right now, but just know it's not something you did. --e Dan Griswold wrote: Hi all, As of today, there's a problem with org-agenda-list when org-agenda-include-diary is set to t. I get

Re: [O] Worg updating?

2011-03-17 Thread Erik Iverson
On 03/17/2011 05:34 PM, Nick Dokos wrote: Thomas S. Dyet...@tsdye.com wrote: Aloha all, Changes I made to the LaTeX export tutorial several days ago haven't made their way to Worg yet. Is Worg updating? All the best, Tom Thanks for reminding me: I made a change to org-hacks some time

Re: [O] Using Variable in Org-capture configuration

2011-03-22 Thread Erik Iverson
Chao, I believe I had the exact same issue, caused the exact same use case, i.e., Dropbox. Read David's answer and see if it helps: http://www.mail-archive.com/emacs-orgmode@gnu.org/msg29029.html Chao LU wrote: Dear all, Just writing to see if it is possible to use variable in org-capture

Re: [O] [babel] Trouble with :cache yes

2011-03-23 Thread Erik Iverson
ken.willi...@thomsonreuters.com wrote: On 3/23/11 1:16 PM, Eric Schulte schulte.e...@gmail.com wrote: ken.willi...@thomsonreuters.com writes: Or perhaps, is there some command to evaluate all blocks in a document that need to be re-evaluated, and save the results back to the buffer? I

Re: [O] [Babel] How to find out export format in a babel plugin

2011-03-24 Thread Erik Iverson
On 03/24/2011 10:09 PM, Jianing Yang wrote: Hi, all I've recently written a babel plugin which does syntax highlighting using pygment. However, I have to specify a '-f html' option every time I use it. It looks like #+begin_src pygment :cmdline -l bash -O linenos -f html exec 30 # copies

Re: [O] Illiterate programming question

2011-03-30 Thread Erik Iverson
Nick Dokos wrote: Robert Goldman rpgold...@sift.info wrote: I would like to do the opposite of literate programming (hence the subject line!): I would like to pull into my org file snippets from a code file. I know that org-mode will let me import /entire/ source code files. Is there some

Re: [O] Using orgmode to take inline notes for research

2011-04-05 Thread Erik Iverson
If you export to HTML, you should be able to export your notes with a CSS class to style your notes as differently from the text as you like. On 04/05/2011 10:32 PM, Eric Schulte wrote: Hi John, Interesting use case, I definitely see the utility. I think that blocks may be an appropriate

[O] [babel] variable org-babel-function-def-export-keyword not respected?

2011-06-11 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello, At some point in the distant org past, I seem to recall that named source code blocks were exported with their names in tact. Now (latest git pull, Org-mode version 7.5 (release_7.5.367.gc4737)) the code is only exported, and not the name of the block. For example, export the

[O] #+begin_example broken when #+begin_src included inside?

2011-06-12 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello, Can anyone confirm the following: Export the following org-mode markup to, say, latex * a headline here's an example of a code block ... #+BEGIN_EXAMPLE #+BEGIN_SRC language header arguments code #+END_SRC #END_EXAMPLE I get (only relevant portion included): \section{a headline}

[O] git server issue, repo.or.cz and orgmode.org

2011-06-15 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello, I pull git daily both at home and work. I noticed a bunch of updates this morning at work, as expected. But at home, I keep getting: $ git pull Already up-to-date. $ git log -1 commit 90f6765cdf77c1414726d899f00c77da43f45758 Author: Eric Schulte schulte.e...@gmail.com Date: Mon

Re: [O] how to turn off capitalization

2011-06-23 Thread Erik Iverson
On 06/22/2011 10:35 PM, Rustom Mody wrote: Ive just found that org is capitalizing my titles in html export. [I had not noticed this earlier] I would like to capitalize my titles slightly differently: for example propositions like 'to' 'with' etc I would like to leave as lowercase. Is it

Re: [O] A file with 'org-mode rot'?

2014-04-13 Thread Erik Iverson
Remote possibility: I've had issues with org-mode being slow when using linum-mode in the past: E.g., http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5229705/emacs-org-mode-turn-off-line-numbers So you might want to make sure that's not enabled. On Sun, Apr 13, 2014 at 12:49 PM, Nicolas Goaziou

Re: [O] How to specify birthdays?

2014-05-12 Thread Erik Iverson
Not a direct answer, but have you found the org-contacts package? https://julien.danjou.info/projects/emacs-packages#org-contacts It supports the BIRTHDAY property. See the note at bottom of the link above about how it integrates with the agenda. Example: ** Dad :PROPERTIES: :BIRTHDAY:

Re: [O] Babel-R vs. ESS

2014-06-25 Thread Erik Iverson
+1 for Ista. Use both. I tend to write a lot of R code for reading in data, and then merging it with other sources and cleaning it. For my purposes, I usually do those activities in a .R file (so using ESS in Emacs), and output a 'tidy' data.frame ready for analysis. Then I might use org-mode to

[O] possible org-insert-heading bug?

2013-07-02 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello, I am using a current git pull (Org-mode version 8.0.3, release_8.0.3-345-g239aa7) and noticed behavior that's easiest to show with a small example. If you save and visit the following org file, https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/7514404/test.org you will see the behavior described and

Re: [O] possible org-insert-heading bug?

2013-07-03 Thread Erik Iverson
on the documentation that at the end of the line might mean before the ellipsis, not after? Hope that helps! John On Tue, Jul 2, 2013 at 1:53 PM, Erik Iverson erikriver...@gmail.com wrote: Hello, I am using a current git pull (Org-mode version 8.0.3, release_8.0.3-345-g239aa7) and noticed

Re: [O] Send line to R process from babel block?

2013-08-22 Thread Erik Iverson
John, Do you know about creating an indirect buffer with the current source block? This indirect buffer will be in ESS mode, and any changes you make will be in the original source block when you exit the indirect buffer. I believe C-c ' in a source block will activate the indirect buffer. There

Re: [O] OrgCamp in Madrid

2014-02-27 Thread Erik Iverson
On Thu, Feb 27, 2014 at 11:32 AM, David david...@riseup.net wrote: El 27/02/14 17:43, Thomas S. Dye escribió: Aloha David, The website says where people gather IRL ... What does IRL mean? IRL usually means in real life in this context. As opposed to through the internet.

Re: [Orgmode] hyperlink to IMAP email

2010-03-26 Thread Erik Iverson
snip I presently use thunderbird as my email client and it doesn't support this, I've looked at several other linux email clients and they do not support this either. Does anyone know of an email client that can be invoked from the command line to open up at a specific IMAP email? How do the

Re: [Orgmode] Turn off pushed to kill ring and clipboard exporting HTML

2010-04-07 Thread Erik Iverson
Dan Davison wrote: Xin Shi shixin...@gmail.com writes: Hello, When exporting to HTML, the default behavior is to pushed to kill ring and clipboard. As shown in the message: HTML export done, pushed to kill ring and clipboard Are there any way to turn off this push? (setq

Re: [Orgmode] [org-babel] suggestions for using tikz() graphic device with org-babel-R

2010-04-14 Thread Erik Iverson
But, back to your question. What does the R block return? - if it returns the path to a file, then you can use :results file to insert a link to that file in your org-mode buffer, or you can wrap the path to that file in an include with something like the following #+source:

Re: [Orgmode] Re: [Babel] Macro for begin_src?

2010-04-16 Thread Erik Iverson
http://doc.norang.ca/org-mode.html#Yasnippets If anyone else has a different macro set up, I'm still interested in hearing your solutions. Nope, yasnippet is the way to go I think! ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Please use `Reply All' to send

Re: [Orgmode] Re: [Babel] Macro for begin_src?

2010-04-17 Thread Erik Iverson
I'm guessing what you really want there is (set (make-local-variable 'yas/trigger-key) [tab]) instead of (make-variable-buffer-local 'yas/trigger-key) (setq yas/trigger-key [tab]) Hmmm. Do you guys un-map your TAB key so that it doesn't

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] Future of Org-babel?

2010-05-06 Thread Erik Iverson
My pie-in-the-sky extension of this dream would be to have Org-babel firmly ground in some virtual machine (maybe Guile's if Emacs is ported to Guile), in such a way that the byte-code of the VM becomes the lowest common denominator of all Org-babel languages. This would allow for seamless

[Orgmode] [babel] showing image of latex code results produced from an R code block

2010-05-13 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello, consider the following org-mode file: = * R returning LaTeX for display I have an R function that generates LaTeX code. I would like the resulting LaTeX to be displayed in an inline image in the org-buffer #+begin_src R lf -

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] showing image of latex code results produced from an R code block

2010-05-14 Thread Erik Iverson
Solution below! Erik Iverson wrote: Hello, consider the following org-mode file: = * R returning LaTeX for display I have an R function that generates LaTeX code. I would like the resulting LaTeX to be displayed in an inline image in the org

Re: [Orgmode] Latex export bug? Odd behavior with figures...

2010-05-25 Thread Erik Iverson
snip ### latex order ## I've inspected the generated .tex file and this shows up where expected in both picture instances: \begin{figure}[htb] \centering \includegraphics[width=12cm]{/home/jwhendy/Desktop/file[1/2].pdf} \caption{text here} \end{figure} I have generated a

[Orgmode] [babel] possible bug in org-babel-execute-buffer?

2010-05-26 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello, I am using Emacs 23.1, orgmode pulled from git just an hour ago, but I noticed the following issue on a version pulled about a week ago, too. I don't know if it ever worked as I expect. These development versions have C-c C-v as the babel prefix keys, so if you are using a stable

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] possible bug in org-babel-execute-buffer?

2010-05-26 Thread Erik Iverson
Eric Schulte wrote: Hi Erik, Thanks for the report, this should now be fixed in the latest git HEAD, please let me know if the problem persists. Best -- Eric Looks good on the test file I had included in my initial report, thank you very much. When I get back to work tomorrow, I will try

[Orgmode] [babel] buffer-wide settings for R graphical header arguments

2010-05-27 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello, You can specify graphical header args in source blocks for R blocks that produce graphical output, e.g.: #+BEGIN_SRC R :file output.png :width 720 You can also set buffer-wide options with the following syntax, for example, with the tangle header argument. #+PROPERTY: tangle yes

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] `org-babel-tangle-w-comments' controls comment insertion in tangled code

2010-05-28 Thread Erik Iverson
Eric Schulte wrote: Hi, The insertion of automatically generated comments in tangled source code is now controlled by the new `org-babel-tangle-w-comments' variable. Setting this variable to non-nil will allow org-babel to insert comments for those languages with comment support. Can you

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] `org-babel-tangle-w-comments' controls comment insertion in tangled code

2010-05-28 Thread Erik Iverson
## [[file:~/private/R-org-babel/test.org::*cube%20lets%20go%20to%20the][block-2]] cube - function(x) { # a test comment x * x * x * x } ## block-2 ends here So, you mean that all three of the comments would no longer appear by default? Or you mean that only my inline function

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] `org-babel-tangle-w-comments' controls comment insertion in tangled code

2010-05-28 Thread Erik Iverson
One more idea I had was that it might be interesting to be able to maintain properties for headlines that indicate the headline/body should be included as a comment in a specific source file. The reason I say this is that even if I write my code in org-mode, and in effect comment the code

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] `org-babel-tangle-w-comments' controls comment insertion in tangled code

2010-05-28 Thread Erik Iverson
Thomas S. Dye wrote: Hi Erik, If the proposed functionality places comments in the source code in whatever order they appear in the org-mode file, then the result will likely frustrate literate programming efforts that rearrange code blocks on tangling. Yes, thank you for pointing that

[Orgmode] [babel] writing my .Rprofile in orgmode, issue with emacsclient

2010-06-01 Thread Erik Iverson
, there is some interaction between those two and I can't see what it is. Sorry for the long post, I hope my question makes sense! Best Regards, Erik Iverson ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Please use `Reply All' to send replies to the list. Emacs-orgmode@gnu.org

Re: [Orgmode] Re: org-babel-R export parameters

2010-06-07 Thread Erik Iverson
snip The idea is I want to be able to see the inline PNG image of my graph while writing, and when I export I'll point the latex exporter to the PDF. This provides a vector format for Latex, instead of a low resolution bitmap. Yes you can use PDF's as includes, and they look great because they

Re: [Orgmode] Re: org-babel-R export parameters

2010-06-07 Thread Erik Iverson
snip #+begin_src R :results file :var basename=myplot a - 1:4 pngfile - sprintf(%s.png, basename) pdffile - sprintf(%s.pdf, basename) png(pngfile) plot(a) dev.off() pdf(pdffile) plot(a) dev.off() pngfile #+end_src I like this better, and I can use dev.copy here

Re: [Orgmode] Re: org-babel-R export parameters

2010-06-07 Thread Erik Iverson
I personally find this useful because it allows me to use code blocks to generate results, and then when I'm content with the file I can set :exports none to avoid re-generating the file on every export -- while retaining the existing link keeps the file included in my export. I do see how

[Orgmode] [babel] grid-based R graphical output with :results value

2010-06-08 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello, This is an FYI for those using org-babel-R with grid-based graphical systems. The documentation for org-babel-R says, If a :file filename.ext header arg is provided to an R block, then graphical output from the source block is captured on disk, and the output of the source block is a

[Orgmode] simultaneous clocks?

2010-06-09 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello, Is there any concept of being able to run multiple, simultaneous clocks in org-mode. For example, I want one clock to track my total hours during the week at work, i.e., punch in and punch out. Then, while that clock is running, I would use the normal clocking functionality to keep

[Orgmode] Re: simultaneous clocks?

2010-06-09 Thread Erik Iverson
Bernt Hansen wrote: Erik Iverson er...@ccbr.umn.edu writes: Hello, Is there any concept of being able to run multiple, simultaneous clocks in org-mode. For example, I want one clock to track my total hours during the week at work, i.e., punch in and punch out. No. Org-mode clocking clocks

Re: [Orgmode] a better way with babel

2010-06-21 Thread Erik Iverson
snip This does produce the figure and long/short contents BUT ALSO produces this: #+results: r-nicedata [[file:ndata.pdf]] which upon export results in a link and consequently the plot appearing both in the figure and elsewhere. This second plot is unwelcome. I believe in the latest git

Re: [Orgmode] Lifehacker votes on TODO list managers

2010-06-25 Thread Erik Iverson
Carsten Dominik wrote: Hi everyone, Put a comment on Lifehacker http://lifehacker.com/5572129/best-to+do-list-manager with the content VOTE: Emacs Org-mode if you want to see Org-mode in the top 5 competition about TODO managers How can this even be called a 'competition' if

Re: [Orgmode] [org-babel] Does org-babel needs some simplification?

2010-06-28 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello! snip Whenever I come back to org-babel, it takes me a huge amount of time to find myself back again in the syntax. Often I spend a day or two heavily reading the website and manual again to figure out how to make it working. There are so many options. tangle files, results, scripting

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] Evaluating all source blocks in a document?

2010-06-30 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello, On Wed, Jun 30, 2010 at 01:35:04PM +0200, Rainer M Krug wrote: Hi I use Org-babel for literate programming in R, but the tangling takes quite long. Therefore my question: as it is possible to evaluate a single code block, is it possible to

Re: [Orgmode] hypermedia programming with babel

2010-07-05 Thread Erik Iverson
How can I help next? Babel in general is in need of some language-specific introductory tutorials, with the goal of laying out the basic usage plenty of examples covering simple use case e.g. - author a shell script which can be tangled out to an executable - simple processing of data in

Re: [Orgmode] Org-babel init

2010-07-12 Thread Erik Iverson
You need to see: http://eschulte.github.com/babel-dev/DONE-document-configuration-changes-for-Babel-integration.html Jordi Inglada wrote: Hi all, I am having the same problem as this user here: http://www.mail-archive.com/emacs-orgmode@gnu.org/msg17498.html and the contrib/lisp directory

Re: [Orgmode] Help: Agenda not working anymore

2010-07-12 Thread Erik Iverson
Could be related: I just pulled latest from git this morning: my agenda seems to compile, but I get in the *Messages* buffer: concat: Wrong type argument: listp, * Letters Backtrace follows: Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument listp * Letters) nth(0 * Letters) (concat

Re: [Orgmode] Wiki-like creating links on the fly for org

2010-07-12 Thread Erik Iverson
Perhaps I am confused, but have you tried radio targets? http://orgmode.org/org.html#Radio-targets Marcelo de Moraes Serpa wrote: Hey all! I used to be an avid user of WikiDPad, and I loved the way it automatically (or manually, using [ ]) created links and files to these links (CamelCase)

[Orgmode] word wrap preferences in org-mode buffers

2010-07-16 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello, As I use org-mode more and more for actually writing things, I'm wondering what your favorite Emacs word/line-wrapping mode is. Basically, I see two main ways of doing this, auto-fill-mode and visual-line-mode. Any others that you all use? If you use auto-fill-mode or

[Orgmode] inline image display not working when org-indent-mode active

2010-07-16 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello! Just pulled the latest org-mode from git. I've upgraded to Emacs 23.2 so that org-indent-mode works properly. However, when org-indent-mode is active, it seems that inline images (C-c C-x C-v) do not work properly. They show up for a brief time ( 1 second) and then promptly return to

Re: [Orgmode] inline image display not working when org-indent-mode active

2010-07-17 Thread Erik Iverson
On 07/17/2010 12:14 AM, Erik Iverson wrote: Hello! Just pulled the latest org-mode from git. I've upgraded to Emacs 23.2 so that org-indent-mode works properly. However, when org-indent-mode is active, it seems that inline images (C-c C-x C-v) do not work properly. They show up for a brief

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Org-mode release 7.01

2010-07-19 Thread Erik Iverson
I assumed I had to switch to the maint branch in order to get the 7.01 release. How could I have done this while staying on the master branch? Basically, as long as you're on master, you'll always have the latest and greatest, which may or may not be what you want. At certain times,

Re: [Orgmode] Development setup (was: Org-mode release 7.01)

2010-07-19 Thread Erik Iverson
Suggestions: 1.) Could the original mail (the one including the actual patch, even if modified) be attached to the autogenerated email, please? This should be at the very bottom of the mail, because of length and priority. 2.) And how about the subject? The OP's subject is

Re: [Orgmode] babel versionitis?

2010-08-03 Thread Erik Iverson
Correct, about a month ago: http://eschulte.github.com/babel-dev/DONE-document-configuration-changes-for-Babel-integration.html On 08/03/2010 05:59 AM, Rustom Mody wrote: In Bernt Hansen's Organize your life in plain text he has (require 'org-babel-init) (require 'org-babel-ditaa)

Re: [Orgmode] Re: [PATCH] Mode-specific fontification of babel source blocks

2010-08-03 Thread Erik Iverson
On 08/03/2010 06:14 PM, David O'Toole wrote: I've placed a screenshot of the fontification here: http://imagebin.ca/view/iRVK_as7.html Wow, great job. I once hacked something horrible together that involved several tricks to actually change the mode of the buffer when entering a source

[Orgmode] Bug: inline image display not working when org-indent-mode active, follow-up

2010-08-04 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello, I am using the latest org pulled from git. In the past few weeks, I found that the overlays of inline images in my org-mode files would flash quickly and then be deleted when using org-indent-mode. This also happened when re-running an org-babel source block that generates graphical

Re: [Orgmode] Bug: inline image display not working when org-indent-mode active, follow-up

2010-08-05 Thread Erik Iverson
On 08/05/2010 03:34 AM, Martin Pohlack wrote: Hi, On 05.08.2010 04:19, Erik Iverson wrote: Hello, I am using the latest org pulled from git. In the past few weeks, I found that the overlays of inline images in my org-mode files would flash quickly and then be deleted when using org-indent

Re: [Orgmode] Bug: inline image display not working when org-indent-mode active, follow-up

2010-08-05 Thread Erik Iverson
On 08/05/2010 03:34 AM, Martin Pohlack wrote: Hi, On 05.08.2010 04:19, Erik Iverson wrote: In the past few weeks, I found that the overlays of inline images in my org-mode files would flash quickly and then be deleted when using org-indent-mode. This also happened when re-running an org-babel

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] strategies for generating multiple graphics files from same code block

2010-08-09 Thread Erik Iverson
Tangle, but don't export #+begin_src R :file figure1.pdf :exports none :tangle fig1.R :noweb yes fig-test #+end_src Export, but don't tangle #+begin_src R :file figure1.png :exports both :noweb yes fig-test #+end_src This is not too bad, but maybe there's an alternative approach? Thanks! Erik

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] confusion about org-confirm-babel-evaluate

2010-08-12 Thread Erik Iverson
Can you try setting it via setq (i.e., globally) and see what happens? On 08/12/2010 07:53 AM, Eric S Fraga wrote: Hello all, Back from a short holiday and trying to catch up on work... and so I may have missed something in the org mailing list (although I've searched...). I have a large file

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] confusion about org-confirm-babel-evaluate

2010-08-12 Thread Erik Iverson
Eric S Fraga wrote: On Thu, 12 Aug 2010 08:44:42 -0500, Erik Iverson er...@ccbr.umn.edu wrote: Can you try setting it via setq (i.e., globally) and see what happens? On 08/12/2010 07:53 AM, Eric S Fraga wrote: Hello all, Back from a short holiday and trying to catch up on work... and so I

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] confusion about org-confirm-babel-evaluate

2010-08-12 Thread Erik Iverson
Nick Dokos wrote: Eric S Fraga ucec...@ucl.ac.uk wrote: Hello all, Back from a short holiday and trying to catch up on work... and so I may have missed something in the org mailing list (although I've searched...). I have a large file which includes many babel code blocks (mostly maxima)

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] confusion about org-confirm-babel-evaluate

2010-08-12 Thread Erik Iverson
Eric S Fraga wrote: On Thu, 12 Aug 2010 09:59:02 -0500, Erik Iverson er...@ccbr.umn.edu wrote: Eric S Fraga wrote: On Thu, 12 Aug 2010 08:44:42 -0500, Erik Iverson er...@ccbr.umn.edu wrote: Can you try setting it via setq (i.e., globally) and see what happens? On 08/12/2010 07:53 AM

Re: [Orgmode] [Org-Babel] and R... non-numeric cells

2010-08-12 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello, I'm *guessing* that this is more likely an issue of R than of org-mode. Have you tried tangling the code and simply running the scripts through R? Essentially, the as.matrix function call is returning a character matrix, which could mean your object 'alldata' has some factors instead

Re: [Orgmode] [Org-Babel] and R... non-numeric cells

2010-08-12 Thread Erik Iverson
Which version of org-mode are you using? I do not see what you claim to see. What do you get when you run the following: #+TBLNAME: mytbl |column1|column2| ||---| | 45 |34 | | 77 |56 | #+BEGIN_SRC R :var tbl=mytbl :results output str(tbl)

Re: [Orgmode] [Patch] Org-fontify

2010-08-13 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello! Having not tried this out, are the aims different than David O'Toole's mode-specific fontification of org-mode source blocks? http://www.mail-archive.com/emacs-orgmode@gnu.org/msg28160.html See a picture of what he's done here: http://imagebin.ca/view/iRVK_as7.html Sébastien Vauban

Re: [Orgmode] Git pull breaks agenda?

2010-08-16 Thread Erik Iverson
Yes, I notice this too. From the *Messages* buffer, Preparing diary...done if: Wrong type argument: listp, #( 8:00.. 10:00.. work: 11:00.. Monthly meeting 12:00..

Re: [Orgmode] Babel: interweaving code and results?

2010-08-18 Thread Erik Iverson
David, On 08/18/2010 08:09 AM, David Hajage wrote: Hello, I am back with babel and R with a new question. Is it possible to interweave each line of code with its results? An example to explain what I mean: #+SRCNAME: foo #+BEGIN_SRC R :results output :exports results 2+2 3+3 #+END_SRC

[Orgmode] Re: Babel: interweaving code and results?

2010-08-18 Thread Erik Iverson
Dan Davison wrote: Erik Iverson er...@ccbr.umn.edu writes: David, On 08/18/2010 08:09 AM, David Hajage wrote: Hello, I am back with babel and R with a new question. Is it possible to interweave each line of code with its results? An example to explain what I mean: #+SRCNAME: foo

[Orgmode] [PATCH] [babel] R :session should respect ess-ask-for-ess-directory set by user

2010-08-21 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello, I have (setq ess-ask-for-ess-directory nil) in my .emacs. I.e., I don't want to be asked to set my working directory. As it stands, if we run an R code block with the :session argument and no :dir argument, ess-ask-for-ess-directory gets set to t. I would prefer if I had it previously

[Orgmode] org-capture templates with file+olp target

2010-08-22 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello, Using latest org-mode from git. I'm trying to set up a simple org-capture template, to write to a file test.org. The first two lines below simply define a path to some org mode file. My confusion with the template is when I invoke org-capture -- I have it set to C-c c --, and then hit

Re: [Orgmode] org-capture templates with file+olp target

2010-08-22 Thread Erik Iverson
Below is the simplest example I could come up with, just create a ~/test.org file and try it out. Oops, /tmp/test.org I suppose. ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Please use `Reply All' to send replies to the list. Emacs-orgmode@gnu.org

Re: [Orgmode] How to customize the org-mode's BEGIN_SRC HTML output

2010-08-23 Thread Erik Iverson
Hello Will, I assume you don't want the htmlize.el functionality, which syntax highlights the source code according to how you have it in Emacs? The way I ultimately ended up doing something similar was to post-process the html file generated by the export process, (there is probably a hook so

Re: [Orgmode] file+olp problem in org-capture.

2010-08-24 Thread Erik Iverson
Tim, I ran into the exact same issue yesterday, in fact, our examples are almost identical! Here is the reply I received from David. http://www.mail-archive.com/emacs-orgmode@gnu.org/msg29029.html I didn't tried his solution yet, but it should work. On 08/24/2010 03:16 AM, Tim O'Callaghan

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] No org-babel-execute function for R! after update

2010-08-24 Thread Erik Iverson
Graham, You need to setup the variable org-babel-do-load-languages as in the following: http://orgmode.org/org.html#Languages On 08/24/2010 03:24 AM, Graham Smith wrote: I have been away from emacs/org/babel for a coupe of months and I have just updated the Emacs starter kit for orgmode

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