Dear org-mode users,
I've just tagged version 0.90 of my org-blog minor mode on github.
This is intended to be a simple but powerful assistant to using Org for
writing blog posts---there's only two commands at this point, and I
don't anticipate that number going beyond three anytime soon
Rafael rvf0...@gmail.com writes:
Thanks a lot for your work! I just tried it and it worked for me, to
post a basic org-mode file.
Thanks for trying it---it's always nice to hear that it works for
someone else, too.
I'm hopeful that, by having a fairly fleshed-out test suite included, if
Puneeth Chaganti puncha...@gmail.com writes:
Or, if it seems reasonable, we could club the two projects into a
single one to give the users something that's better than a sum of the
While I'm not sure the structure of the two tools is really amenable to
Matt Price mopto...@gmail.com writes:
On Wed, May 1, 2013 at 7:04 AM, Puneeth Chaganti puncha...@gmail.com wrote:
On Wed, May 1, 2013 at 4:18 PM, Michael Alan Dorman
If you don't mind, I will start looking at the org2blog code and seeing
how cleanly I can implement these additional
I've recently started to use Org-mode to write some small utilities in a
I then stumbled upon the docs about coderef labels, which seemed like a
great way to minimize having to basically repeat the content of code in
the documentation about the utility's design.
The only problem
Using Org-mode to write in a literate style is a lot of fun. When I
read about coderef labels, they seemed likely to make it even better.
The only problem is that they aren't stripped during tangling. If you
#+BEGIN_SRC sh -n -r :noweb tangle :shebang #!/bin/sh :tangle
Sebastien Vauban wxhgmqzgw...@spammotel.com writes:
Or a feature, with the consequence that you should put those refs as comments
(with the appropriate syntax in your language).
That is an excellent suggestion for resolving my immediate issue that
had not occured to me at all.
Indeed. This show now be fixed (both in maint and master).
Please let us know if not.
Thanks so much for this and all the work you do on org. I've finally
taken the plunge to learn emacs lisp, so perhaps before long I'll be
able to contribute as well. ;)
Has the URL for Org ELPA moved? Because if I look at
http://orgmode.org/elpa/, I don't see any updates since 11/18?
Assuming the build-org-pkg.txt file is intended to be a record of the
build process, it would appear there is an error preventing the code
from building correctly.
Given the following document:
* TODO Thingy
** TODO Sub-Thingy 1
CLOCK: [2017-07-12 Wed 07:15]--[2017-07-12 Wed 07:25] => 0:10
** DONE Sub-Thingy 2
CLOCK: [2017-07-12 Wed 07:25]--[2017-07-12 Wed 07:31] => 0:06
Thanks for your reply (and all the work you do on org), Nicolas.
> This doesn't ring a bell. Anyway, the current behaviour sounds right,
> since you can get TODO state with the "TODO" special property anyway.
But that will actually end up in another column, won't it?
As a bit of background: I
phillip.l...@russet.org.uk (Phillip Lord) writes:
> I would like to use some of the packages in org-plus-contrib. So, I've
> added orgmode's ELPA archive. But I find being on the bleeding edge a
> little buggy.
> As far as I can see, there is no "stable" ELPA package archive, so I
> have to fall
Adam Porter writes:
> Hi friends,
> FYI, I've released org-ql 0.4. It includes many improvements since 0.3.
It would be nice if you could do a stable release of org-super-agenda so
that it could be installed from melpa-stable...
this: the fact
that your new release of org-ql depends on a version of org-super-agenda
that *looks* like you care about melpa stable.
Adam Porter writes:
> Michael Alan Dorman writes:
>>> Hi friends,
>>> FYI, I've released org-ql 0.4. It includes many impr
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