[O] exporting link abbreviations

2014-03-29 Thread Greg Minshall
active in my org-mode buffer itself (something i find so magical, plus it helps entering the info to be able to check the map before exporting). i wonder if there's something i've missed? or, if something could be added? cheers, Greg Minshall

Re: [O] exporting link abbreviations

2014-03-29 Thread Greg Minshall
Nicholas, You may want to add gmap as a new link type with dedicated export functions. See `org-add-link-type'. awesome -- thanks! (sorry i didn't see it/think of it in the manual.) cheers, Greg Nicolas Goaziou n.goaz...@gmail.com wrote: Hello, Greg Minshall minsh...@acm.org writes

Re: [O] a minor patch to awk invocation

2014-06-06 Thread Greg Minshall
very nice -- thanks! I've just pushed up a patch which changes the behavior of awk code blocks to assign variables on the command line, so the following now work. #+begin_src awk :var a=2 BEGIN{ print a; } #+end_src #+RESULTS: : 2

Re: [O] a minor patch to awk invocation

2014-06-06 Thread Greg Minshall
though, in the spirit of no good deed goes unpunished: #+name: foo | a | b | c | #+begin_src awk :var a=foo BEGIN{ print a; } #+end_src gives an error (and, ':var a=this is a test' doesn't behave as one might expect). i haven't looked at ob-*.el enough to know the patterns used to wrap

Re: [O] a minor patch to awk invocation

2014-06-07 Thread Greg Minshall
thanks -- nice!

[O] org-mode and/versus make/makefiles

2014-06-11 Thread Greg Minshall
, for similar reasons. then, if i have one calling the other calling the first... i'm wondering if anyone else, having wrestled with these issues, has any recipes for some approximation of happiness. or, some totally different approach i'm too set in my ways to see. cheers, Greg Minshall

[O] runaway argument exporting: * _is_?

2013-04-25 Thread Greg Minshall
-minshalls-mbp: {1039} diff sectbug.texH:1 sectbug.texH:2 38,39c38,39 \begin{frame}[label=sec-1]{\underline{is}?} \end{frame} --- \section[\underline{is}?]{\underline{is}?} \label{sec-1} am i doing something wrong? (this is fallout converting from 7.9.3f to 8.) cheers, Greg Minshall

[O] variable names in manual

2013-04-25 Thread Greg Minshall
hi. the info pages seem to have convert

[O] variable names in manual

2013-04-25 Thread Greg Minshall
clear what is, and what isn't, a variable name. but, it means that placing the cursor over the name and hitting C-h v doesn't default to that name. (and, i've always found that a convenient way to navigate.) so, just curious is it might make sense to revert to lower case names. cheers, Greg Minshall

[O] parameterizing keyword values during a #+call

2013-04-25 Thread Greg Minshall
appreciation of what a pain macros are to implement fully, halfly, anyly), Greg Minshall (*) #+MACRO: ext @@latex:pdfbeamer:pdfhtml:svg@@

Re: [O] variable names in manual

2013-04-26 Thread Greg Minshall
hi, Bastien, IMHO this rather call for making C-h v (and C-h f) case-non-sensitive. yes, except elisp variables are *not* case sensitive. so, if fu-bar and FOO-BAR are different variables, would C-h v put up (some sort of) a dialog to choose between them? it would be slightly messy. cheers,

Re: [O] parameterizing keyword values during a #+call

2013-04-26 Thread Greg Minshall
Eric, thanks! Something like the following should work. #+call: disc[:file (if (and (boundp org-export-current-backend) (equal org-export-current-backend 'html)) foo.svg foo.tex)]() :results file in fact, with the new exporter, org-export-current-backend has bit the dust, but apparently

Re: [O] variable names in manual

2013-04-26 Thread Greg Minshall
yes, except elisp variables are *not* case sensitive. You mean... they *are* case-sensitive, right? indeed! insert-sheepish-smiley. Mh.. if fu-bar and FU-BAR are two different variables, I guess we should rename one of name anyway. Hence my initial proposal :) i agree -- having two

Re: [O] parameterizing keyword values during a #+call

2013-04-26 Thread Greg Minshall
Eric, And you could wrap up the extra-long Emacs-lisp in a function or macro in your init to avoid the overlength header argument. is it possible to embed the function inside the .org file itself? (in order to promote sharing of .org files, without needing any more-than-necessary ancillary

Re: [O] parameterizing keyword values during a #+call

2013-04-26 Thread Greg Minshall
Eric, You could put the emacs-lisp code into an emacs-lisp code block which is exported but has a result type of none or silent. ah -- i should have tried that! that works -- thanks *very* much! cheers, Greg

Re: [O] runaway argument exporting: * _is_?

2013-04-29 Thread Greg Minshall
Nicolas, Isn't it a LaTeX limitation? What would the correct LaTeX code be in that case? this seems to be something in beamer rather than inside vanilla latex. for example, the following foo.tex file fails: \documentclass{beamer} \begin{document} \section{\underline{is}?} \end{document}

Re: [O] parameterizing keyword values during a #+call

2013-04-30 Thread Greg Minshall
Eric, just for completeness, and in case this may be of use to other people, below is the result of my question + your suggestions. the following illustrates org-mode plus asymptote producing a .svg file during html export, and a pdf file during any other (presumably, latex) export. thanks

Re: [O] parameterizing keyword values during a #+call

2013-05-01 Thread Greg Minshall
Gary, Org-mode macros that got expanded in the middle of babel source block text would be cool. Just saying. i agree with Eric's comment. if you think of the issue of trying to parse an arbitrary (and growing) number of languages, trying to avoid language-specific constructions in your choice

[O] selecting columns to export

2013-05-01 Thread Greg Minshall
hi. i have an org-mode table with a large number of columns, but would like to export only a small number of them. is there an obvious way of doing this? cheers, Greg

[O] odd behavior for begin_src org :results

2013-05-01 Thread Greg Minshall
Org-mode version 8.0.1 (release_8.0.1-42-g267cbe @ /Users/minshall/usr/share/emacs/site-lisp/org/) hi. the following produces #+RESULTS: #+begin_src org :results replace hello #+end_src but, repeated evaluations seem to grow the list of results. e.g., after four evaluations:

Re: [O] odd behavior for begin_src org :results

2013-05-01 Thread Greg Minshall
Eric, thanks for the answer. another #+begin_src org question. it appears that only *string* values are allowed for any :var that are defined (i.e., ':var bar=foo', and *not* ':var bar=3'). since i'm not 100% sure of the semantics, maybe this is desired. if one *should* be allowed to pass in,

Re: [O] selecting columns to export

2013-05-02 Thread Greg Minshall
Sebastien, Put a partial echo code block (one where you select in the var header argument which columns interest you), and output the results of that code block? thanks! below is the final result of your suggestion. (my table was long, so i had to use longtable; i also used a landscape

[O] spreadsheet hline-relative (I) field references

2013-05-02 Thread Greg Minshall
hi. i've two suggestions/requests/queries about using hline-relative references, e.g., @III, in formulas in org-mode spreadsheets. 1. i would like to use this syntax on the *left* hand side of a formula. e.g., #+TBLFM: @I$2=vsum(@-I$1..@+I$1) (meaning, the second column in the first

Re: [O] MobileOrg for iOS approved and soon to be available in the app store

2013-05-23 Thread Greg Minshall
For those interested in MobileOrg on iOS devices, it has been approved and will be back in the store soon, it can take up to 24 hours to become available. awesome!! thanks *very* much!!

Re: [O] [PATCH] Use geiser for babel scheme evaluation.

2013-06-15 Thread Greg Minshall
hi. what happened to this patch? i don't see it anywhere. cheers!

Re: [O] [PATCH] Use geiser for babel scheme evaluation.

2013-06-28 Thread Greg Minshall
hi, Bastien, hi. what happened to this patch? i don't see it anywhere. cheers! Can you give a pointer to this patch? here is the thread: http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/64229 cheers, Greg

Re: [O] [PATCH] Use geiser for babel scheme evaluation.

2013-06-30 Thread Greg Minshall
hi, Eric, this patch isn't mine, but rather Michael Gauland's; i just wondered where it had gone. cheers, Greg here is the thread: http://comments.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/64229

Re: [O] LaTeX-export: letters after $..$ turn off math-mode

2013-02-04 Thread Greg Minshall
hi. this was on the list a year ago (see below). i'd like to plead the case of allowing the user to suppress dollar-sign behavior (or, force dollar-signs to mean math-mode). the main reason is convenience: when trying to quickly write up thoughts, typing $ a = b^2 $ is just that much more

[O] edit-src on read-only files

2013-02-07 Thread Greg Minshall
hi. i use RCS on my .org files. it's happened to me more than once (1 == shame on me) that i've entered C-c ' on a read-only .org file, spent some time editing the source code fragment, then done C-c ', only to lose my edits, as the original buffer was read-only. it seems like org-mode should

Re: [O] edit-src on read-only files

2013-02-11 Thread Greg Minshall
it seems like org-mode should prevent that. Yes, this is now the case in master. Thanks! great -- thank you!!

[O] whole-adze dataset?

2012-06-01 Thread Greg Minshall
?), but web searches have been useless. what am i missing? cheers, Greg Minshall

Re: [O] make install-info error messages

2012-07-28 Thread Greg Minshall
Achim, this is fink's install-info, living in /sw/bin. it covers (now that i'm looking) /usr/bin/install-info. bash greg-minshalls-mbp: {1080} /usr/bin/install-info --version install-info (GNU texinfo) 4.8 (it's odd, but not likely of interest, that fink claims i texinfo

Re: [O] babel awk with table input: Code block produced no output.

2012-08-05 Thread Greg Minshall
-file, which then just silently returns a nil. the second question is, should it report an error to the user? cheers, Greg Minshall hi. it appears that a left or right paren in an entry in a table makes awk not execute. here's an example (change :stdin fails to :stdin works to see it work

Re: [O] babel awk with table input: Code block produced no output.

2012-08-05 Thread Greg Minshall
Tom, :results output sounds right for awk as a report formatter. I'm wondering if there is a need for :results value with awk? yes, i agree. i didn't get far enough into the code to see where the value result was coming from. cheers, Greg

Re: [O] Change: no longer automatically evaluate embedded elisp in code block output Was: babel awk with table input: Code block produced no output.

2012-08-07 Thread Greg Minshall
... For this reason I've just pushed up a change which does as you suggest and inhibits lisp evaluation in the `org-babel-import-elisp-from-file' function which is only used to import emacs-lisp results from code blocks. ... This will now report the error with a message, but will still return

[O] org-info.js not displaying document?

2015-11-25 Thread Greg Minshall
y thoughts? if i didn't see the error message, i'd be sure i was doing something wrong (but, possibly i still am). cheers, Greg Minshall ps -- here is a trivial file that fails for me: * testing #+INFOJS_OPT: view:showall toc:2 this is a test ** here is something ** here is something else with

Re: [O] org-info.js not displaying document?

2015-11-29 Thread Greg Minshall
i was expecting. given that i'm running off the git version, and maybe things are changing under me, i'm not sure if i should try to track this down any more. but, if i should, i'm happy to debug further. thoughts? cheers, Greg Minshall

Re: [O] org-info.js not displaying document?

2015-11-26 Thread Greg Minshall
oof. my problem does *not* happen with "emacs -Q". sorry about not checking that before complaining. (if anyone has any hints...) Greg Minshall <minsh...@acm.org> wrote: > hi. i'm trying to export a file using org-info.js, but i'm not getting > anything (other t

Re: [O] Proposal and RFC for improving ob-python

2016-08-29 Thread Greg Minshall
progress, either by Ondřej or anyone else? if my frustration level remains high enough, i might try to see if i can do anything. cheers, Greg Minshall

Re: [O] Proposal and RFC for improving ob-python

2016-08-30 Thread Greg Minshall
hi, John, > I like the idea behind ob-ipython, hopefully where it might go as > ob-jupyter, which could make it able to run many other languages via > the jupyter project and it's kernels. thanks for the reply. i'm not really up to speed on Jupyter, et al. but, from a brief look, my work is

Re: [O] non-space, paste, (???) character for inline results

2018-01-30 Thread Greg Minshall
Nicolas, great! except, oh, well, maybe you really meant to respond to this other set of messages, with subject line Re: [O] BUG report [Was: computing the size of a tikz to png image during export] --- cheers, Greg

Re: [O] non-space, paste, (???) character for inline results

2018-01-31 Thread Greg Minshall
ensive the latter is compared to the former.) cheers, Greg >From e0337aabb13fabcefbb0a9fd65e8d4c9bcd412ee Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Greg Minshall <minsh...@acm.org> Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2018 20:38:35 +0530 Subject: [PATCH] use '#' as a "paste" character (for call_ and src_)

Re: [O] non-space, paste, (???) character for inline results

2018-01-31 Thread Greg Minshall
rs, Greg >From e0337aabb13fabcefbb0a9fd65e8d4c9bcd412ee Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Greg Minshall <minsh...@acm.org> Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2018 20:38:35 +0530 Subject: [PATCH 1/2] use '#' as a "paste" character (for call_ and src_) --- lisp/org-element.el | 10 ++ 1 file changed, 6 insertions(+),

Re: [O] non-space, paste, (???) character for inline results

2018-01-31 Thread Greg Minshall
e prefixes CALL_FOO() with *two* ZWSPs. >From df94d943d085947212d96eddec9870d7dca0ea23 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Greg Minshall <minsh...@acm.org> Date: Thu, 1 Feb 2018 11:32:59 +0530 Subject: [PATCH] use ZERO WIDTH SPACE as a separator for call_, src_ (but, don't leave around i

Re: [O] non-space, paste, (???) character for inline results

2018-01-30 Thread Greg Minshall
Nico, ah, thanks! not wanting to look gift horses, etc., but i've a question. if i understand the change correctly - (looking-at "\\

[O] non-space, paste, (???) character for inline results

2018-01-30 Thread Greg Minshall
hi. thanks again for org-mode. having discovered this variable, i tend to run with : #+bind: org-babel-inline-result-wrap "%s" but, at the same time, i'd often like to put some character(s) before or after the result of some particular inline call, e.g., a dollar sign, a percent, etc. i could,

Re: [O] non-space, paste, (???) character for inline results

2018-02-03 Thread Greg Minshall
Nico, thanks for the reply. i'd suggest reverting (most of) 7efa... so that foocall_foo() *stays* as foocall_foo(). (i.e., put the "\\<" back in front of "call_" and "sys_".) otherwise, we have no (straight forward) way (am i right? sometimes my head hurts!) to get a plain "foocall_foo()" in

Re: [O] non-space, paste, (???) character for inline results

2018-02-03 Thread Greg Minshall
> Of course we do: just write > > foocall_foo() > > or > > foocall_foo() !!! :) (but, seems less intuitive. maybe my math/CS brainwashing, liking to have lexical elements, etc.; that part of me would still vote for reverting.)

Re: [O] non-space, paste, (???) character for inline results

2018-02-05 Thread Greg Minshall
> Hmmm, you may well be right. Fair enough. I reverted it. thanks!

[O] Bug: (R?) colnames sometimes appear, sometimes don't [9.1.13 (release_9.1.13 @ /usr/local/share/emacs/site-lisp/org/)]

2018-10-29 Thread Greg Minshall
Remember to cover the basics, that is, what you expected to happen and what in fact did happen. You don't know how to make a good report? See https://orgmode.org/manual/Feedback.html#Feedback Your bug report will be posted to the Org mailing list.

Re: [O] small bash/awk script to query org-mode tables

2019-09-30 Thread Greg Minshall
Adam, thanks for the feedback. i hadn't known about org-ql -- very nice. i've renamed the gitlab *project* org-table-query-script, though i've kept the command, itself, the simpler org-query. does that seem reasonable? if so, i'll do whatever i need to give the gitlab URL for my project "that

[O] small bash/awk script to query org-mode tables

2019-09-30 Thread Greg Minshall
hi, all. for a project, i wanted to be able to easily query the contents of a table in an org-mode document from the shell. in case that it might be useful to others, the result is: https://gitlab.com/minshall/org-query the beginning of the help output is: usage: org-query

Re: Bug: error: (invalid-function org-table-with-shrunk-field) [9.2.6 (9.2.6-4-ge30905-elpaplus @ /home/minshall/.emacs.d/elpa/org-plus-contrib-20191014/)]

2019-11-03 Thread Greg Minshall
Nicholas, thanks for trying. i am also unable to reproduce it. i notice there appears to be a new org-plus-contrib, and i suppose that might be a factor. (or, i messed up somehow.) presumably, this is a dead bug. in case it's *not* dead: i notice in my notes i had found this

[O] Bug: error: (invalid-function org-table-with-shrunk-field) [9.2.6 (9.2.6-4-ge30905-elpaplus @ /home/minshall/.emacs.d/elpa/org-plus-contrib-20191014/)]

2019-10-15 Thread Greg Minshall
Remember to cover the basics, that is, what you expected to happen and what in fact did happen. You don't know how to make a good report? See https://orgmode.org/manual/Feedback.html#Feedback Your bug report will be posted to the Org mailing list.

[O] (re-)introducing: orgtbl-query (nee org-query)

2019-10-15 Thread Greg Minshall
apologies for the extra noise. i've renamed (and moved) my small utility, now known as orgtbl-query, that allows one to query, from the shell (command line), the contents of an org-mode table in a file. orgtbl-query is now located at: https://gitlab.com/minshall/orqtbl-query part of it

Re: babel/noweb concatenation of equally-named code blocks fails?

2020-04-19 Thread Greg Minshall
Nicolas, thanks for the history! sounds like a good tradeoff. i agree, a bit more documentation would be good. cheers, Greg

Re: babel/noweb concatenation of equally-named code blocks fails?

2020-04-19 Thread Greg Minshall
Nicolas, thanks. i take it this is a change from (recent?) past behavior? it was kind of nice the old way, but i suspect i'll get used to the new way (no names, just noweb-ref) fairly soon. cheers, Greg

babel/noweb concatenation of equally-named code blocks fails?

2020-04-19 Thread Greg Minshall
hi. the description of :noweb-ref says When expanding “noweb” style references, the bodies of all code block with _either_ a block name matching the reference name _or_ a ‘:noweb-ref’ header argument matching the reference name will be concatenated together to form the replacement text.

Re: babel/noweb concatenation of equally-named code blocks fails?

2020-04-21 Thread Greg Minshall
Nicolas, thank you. wordsmithing opens up endless possibilities, so i don't know that the following is at all an improvement on your suggestion. but, it occurs to me to get the importance of =noweb-ref=, and its role in concatenation, brought out early on the "page". one paragraph currently

Re: babel/noweb concatenation of equally-named code blocks fails?

2020-04-22 Thread Greg Minshall
hi, Nicolas, thanks, and sorry, i should have git-pull'd. the new version seems very nice to me. two minor edits i might make to the first paragraph, 1) to make clear that #+name: names only one block, and 2) to (maybe?) simplify the latter part of the same paragraph, while, at the same time,

Bug: lisp error on user error [9.3.6 (9.3.6-43-gc77edd-elpa @ /home/minshall/.emacs.d/elpa/org-20200413/)]

2020-04-24 Thread Greg Minshall
hi. the following example should possibly result in an error message, but actually causes a lisp error/backtrace. i have a code block with ":results vertatim :colnames yes", and am returning a simple character string (so, no headers -- tsk, tsk, a user error). this happens with 'emacs -Q'. if

Re: babel/noweb concatenation of equally-named code blocks fails?

2020-04-22 Thread Greg Minshall
Nicolas, below is a format-patch. i signed FSF papers for emacs a number of years ago (and for gawk more recently). cheers, Greg From e2d440186ccf62216406abb440455edbac72ba79 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001 From: Greg Minshall Date: Wed, 22 Apr 2020 14:45:52 -0700 Subject: [PATCH] some clarification

Re: [PATCH] ob-core: Display warning on failure to read results

2020-05-21 Thread Greg Minshall
Kyle, thanks for the reply and for the patch. cheers, Greg

Bug: Code block returned no value [9.1.9 (release_9.1.9-65-g5e4542 @ /usr/share/emacs/26.3/lisp/org/)]

2020-05-03 Thread Greg Minshall
hi. i'm running R code from an org mode file. i was having a problem where a code block that *was* returning a value result was not returning the results into the buffer. (after long head-scratching) this appears to be because my code was returning more lines of results than

best practices query: non-emacs packages based on tangled source

2020-10-15 Thread Greg Minshall
hi. i apologize if this has been asked before (especially if by me). but, since i had a question recently about Org Src... buffers, this came up. i'm wondering what people do who want to release a non-emacs'y package (an R package, say, or ...), and who did their development "from within" a .org

buffer name of Org Src...

2020-10-12 Thread Greg Minshall
hi, all. i often write my version of (il)literate programs using one .org file, from which four or five (typically) files are tangled. and, generally, i'm very happy with this. but, when i have multiple Org Src ... buffers open, all from the same language, i am at a loss on how to determine to

Re: buffer name of Org Src...

2020-10-12 Thread Greg Minshall
Arne, no, sorry, i don't use either flymake or flycheck. cheers, Greg

Re: buffer name of Org Src...

2020-10-12 Thread Greg Minshall
Eric, thanks. de-tangling sounds like a possible solution. though, at least with Org Src ... buffers, org/emacs mostly keep me from messing up by, e.g., making changes in both the base file source block and in the Org Src... buffer (which i assume the de-tangling solution can't?). given my

Re: buffer name of Org Src...

2020-10-13 Thread Greg Minshall
Eric, > But that's what git etc. are for! ;-) yes, but. the first time i 'C-c C-v t' in the base file onto a changed-but-uncommitted tangled file, even git will provide me no succor. cheers, Greg

Re: Bug: lisp error on user error [9.3.6 (9.3.6-43-gc77edd-elpa @ /home/minshall/.emacs.d/elpa/org-20200413/)]

2020-05-25 Thread Greg Minshall
Bastien, > thanks for reporting this. I've pushed a quick fix in master so that > it now displays an error as the output and does not choke at the user > as it did before. thank you!

Re: best practices query: non-emacs packages based on tangled source

2020-10-28 Thread Greg Minshall
Immanuel, my take > - Not possible to tangle all code going to a specified file i'm not sure what this means. > - Not possible to add line directives without major surgery yes, that would be a problem (... if i were programming in, e.g., C, etc., so *is* for other people). > - Not all

Re: best practices query: non-emacs packages based on tangled source

2020-10-27 Thread Greg Minshall
Tom, thanks very much for your very detailed analysis and explanation of the issues you've had. it's taken me this long to read through it carefully. the issues with python source blocks [C-c C-c] versus [C-c C-v C-t] are in fact unfortunate, as it does make it hard to develop without lots of

Re: Microsoft Excel spreadsheet editing directly from within emacs.

2020-12-29 Thread Greg Minshall
Hongyi Zhao, > I use Linux as my working environment exclusively. So, I can't access > the native MS Office supplied for macOS/Windows. But I sometimes > really need to manipulate and process MS Office documents, especially > DOCX and XLSX files. Though there are some free and open source office

Re: [O] new links escaping mechanism causing some problems

2020-12-27 Thread Greg Minshall
hi, Eric, i wonder if you are still using ox-twbs? i like the look, but internal links (from the TOC, say) appear to be broken. cheers, Greg ps -- versions ox-twbs20200628.1949 installed org20201012 installed

Re: Security issues in Emacs packages

2020-11-26 Thread Greg Minshall
Tim, > At the end of the day, this is essentially a supply chain problem. To > really have confidence, you need confidence in the whole supply chain, > not just the distribution centre. that makes sense. thanks. Greg

Re: Security issues in Emacs packages

2020-11-25 Thread Greg Minshall
Tim, > I think you missed my point. There is no benefit in MELPA adopting > signed packages because there is no formal code review and no vetting > of the individuals who submit the code. it occurs to me there might be one benefit: if George, whom you trust, says, "I've been running version

Re: Local variables insecurities - Re: One vs many directories

2020-11-25 Thread Greg Minshall
Tom, > 2. If mutt is launching Emacs, you can pass --eval "(setq >enable-local-eval nil)" on the command line and all file local >variables will be ignored and treated as plain text. maybe that is one thing that could really help here. possibly mutt and other emacs-based mail readers,

Re: Security issues in Emacs packages

2020-11-26 Thread Greg Minshall
Tim, > It could, but to get that level of assurance, you not only have to > verify the signature is valid (something which is automated if > enabled), you also need to verify that both packages have the exact > same signature, which is pretty much a manual process. So in addition > to telling you

Re: Multiple named code blocks

2020-11-28 Thread Greg Minshall
Félix, i ran into this restriction a while ago. on this list i was helped, and ended up using the suggestion to instead put my common bits in a property in the subtree for a given "name" * aggregate.R :PROPERTIES: :header-args+: :tangle

Re: Release Org 9.4.2

2020-12-17 Thread Greg Minshall
Eric, > Sure, and I do use it this way, but I had the impression that it was the > non-git aspects that were being put forward as being somehow helpful. I > could be wrong. i'm not a git-spert. but, the "pull requests" mechanism and "issues" (but reports), are maybe bits of git*.com that

Re: tabs turned into space when going into Org Src...?

2020-12-23 Thread Greg Minshall
Diego, thanks for looking at it. i apologize for not having looked at an "emacs -Q" (and, thanks to Ihor for, a few days ago, having pointed out how to "emacs -Q" with one's "normal" org version). : emacs -Q -L ~/.emacs.d/elpa/org-20201012/ -l org exhibits *half* of the behavior i am

Re: did behaviour of RET change again?

2020-12-23 Thread Greg Minshall
Tom, > The other reason I think this is a good idea is because I have been > working on a formal grammar for the org syntax, and everything would > be SO much simpler about the implementation after the first pass parse > if the canonical representation of an Org file did not allow > significant

Re: [PATCH] Apply emacs manual css to org pages

2020-12-22 Thread Greg Minshall
Timothy, > This is a quick patch to use the Emacs manual CSS with our generated Org > manual. that's certainly visually pleasing. nice! Greg

tabs turned into space when going into Org Src...?

2020-12-22 Thread Greg Minshall
hi. it seems going into Org Src, at least from a "makefile" source block, changes the tabs (the the base org mode added for me) into spaces, and leaves them as spaces when i merge back into the main .org file (and, so, make(1) complains, "missing separator"). is this intentional? #+begin_src

Re: Thoughts on the standardization of Org

2020-11-09 Thread Greg Minshall
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Re: Thoughts on the standardization of Org

2020-11-09 Thread Greg Minshall
Tim, > No email can be considered 100% safe. "e-mail doesn't kill people; e-mail readers kill people". i would guess using 'cat -v' to read e-mail is 100% safe. even throwing in uudecode(1), or whatever is needed to decode base64, (and then piping through 'cat -v', of course ), it's probably

Re: Thoughts on the standardization of Org

2020-11-11 Thread Greg Minshall
Jean Louis, > Like alias cat='sequence off; cat' something like that > > Somebody already mentioned there is cat -v to show nonprinting > characters with notation ^- and M- so that may be the solution and I > may be wrong there. yes, 'cat -v' will do it for you. (or, i'd like to know if i've

Re: Changed list indentation behavior: how to revert?

2020-11-13 Thread Greg Minshall
so, i also agree that the new('ish) behavior is somewhat surprising. [i once changed the behavior of the "Enter" key in Berkeley Unix, and suffered the (well-deserved, in that case) arrows that soon entered my back.] from that perspective, i wonder if maybe there's an interpretation of

Re: Changed list indentation behavior: how to revert?

2020-11-15 Thread Greg Minshall
i wanted first to thank everyone for their participation in this discussion. i want to not be annoying. and, yes, this is a long thread, and for me, at least, it's hard to keep track of what was said. (like many, i assumed this was some bug, triggered by my configuration TIMES emacs release

Re: Changed list indentation behavior: how to revert?

2020-11-15 Thread Greg Minshall
i wonder if a grid might help? i.e., contexts in which we are all happy, others where we might disagree? below, i try; i'm sure i've missed cases. question: what does do/would we like it to do when we are in? = tables: next row, current column Org Src

Re: [PATCH] doc/org-manual.org: add reference to org-table-transpose-table-at-point

2020-11-20 Thread Greg Minshall
Kyle, thanks. i assume a patch e-mail with no explanatory message is not considered rude, so i'll try to remember to do that (or "scissors" -- thanks for that!). and, thanks for pushing. cheers! Greg

Re: patch to change org-adapt-indentation customization documentation

2020-11-18 Thread Greg Minshall
hi, Robert, thanks. given that the docstring already talks about nil, t, 'headline-data ... should i eliminate those, just leaving "three" choices? > "Adapt indentation for all lines" > "Adapt indentation for headline data lines" > "Do not adapt indentation at all" or, leave mention

[PATCH] doc/org-manual.org: add reference to org-table-transpose-table-at-point

2020-11-19 Thread Greg Minshall
Kyle, thanks. yes, blind copy and paste. i'm not a git-format-patch expert, so let me know if this is the wrong format (i see some people include inline, whereas others attach a file -- is one easier to handle than the other?) --- doc/org-manual.org | 5 + 1 file changed, 5 insertions(+)

Re: Changed list indentation behavior: how to revert?

2020-11-16 Thread Greg Minshall
hi, Tim, et al. i started feeling guilty yesterday, partly for being party to prolonging this discussion (though i do think it may be important?). but also for realizing i had *not* explored the alternatives Tim, Gustavo, and others have suggested. the following is *clearly* the department of

patch to change org-adapt-indentation customization documentation

2020-11-17 Thread Greg Minshall
for some reason, i was motivated to look at changing org-adapt-indentation. i found that the help text talked about values t, 'headline-data, and nil, but that the customization text didn't (though, of course, it *set* those values). the following might make it clearer. diff --git a/lisp/org.el

Re: Changed list indentation behavior: how to revert?

2020-11-17 Thread Greg Minshall
Tim, thanks. my tests were in a src block inside the main buffer. like you, i normally edit in an Org Src... buffer. but, it's nice when it basically "works" even in the main buffer (for minor edits, etc.). and, yes, setting org-adapt-indentation to either 'headline-data or nil seems likely

Re: patch to change org-adapt-indentation customization documentation

2020-11-17 Thread Greg Minshall
Robert, > The whole point of customize is that you shouldn't have to worry about > what the actual lisp value is. The actual lisp value only matters if > you directly set the value without using customize. thanks for the response. i've included the documentation for org-adapt-indentation below.

patch to add mention of org-table-transpose-table-at-point to doc

2020-11-17 Thread Greg Minshall
hi. this adds the minimal mention of transpose. cheers. diff --git a/doc/org-manual.org b/doc/org-manual.org index 040fccc21..33d32b8f5 100644 --- a/doc/org-manual.org +++ b/doc/org-manual.org @@ -1649,6 +1649,12 @@ you, configure the option ~org-table-auto-blank-field~. the buffer. You

Re: Thoughts on the standardization of Org

2020-11-10 Thread Greg Minshall
Maxim, thanks. small note. > The sour story is that it is unsafe to feed non-trusted files directly > to terminal. A filter against control sequences is required. thus, the '-v' argument to cat(1) (which Rob Pike famously considered harmful. :) cheers.

Re: Changed list indentation behavior: how to revert?

2020-11-15 Thread Greg Minshall
hi, all. David Rogers wrote: > Am I crazy to say that your last example of unwanted behavior is > easier for me to read and understand? (and to me the common > indenting is a hopeless mess?) yes, in fact, the "new" way sort of has the buffer indentation match that of the outline structure of

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