Re: [O] Unicode and Latex export

2011-08-08 Thread Stefan Nobis
Sebastien Vauban wxhgmqzgw...@spammotel.com writes: having \usepackage[utf8x]{inputenc} inserted Please beware that utf8x is part of the obsolete and unsupported ucs package. As ucs deeply affects the LaTeX kernel, more and more modern packages are incompatible with utf8x and ucs (csquotes,

Re: [O] Wishlist: LaTeX export: automatically append backslash to . unless at end of sentence

2011-08-19 Thread Stefan Nobis
Andras Major andras.g.ma...@gmail.com writes: Hi, in TeX and LaTeX, the width of the glue (blank space) after a . can be one of two different values, depending on the context. And depending on the use of \nonfrenchspacing and \frenchspacing. There is always a longer space between sentences

Re: [O] Latex image placement (...again. H vs. h!)

2011-08-21 Thread Stefan Nobis
John Hendy jw.he...@gmail.com writes: Was just rediscovering how to properly get floats to drop in where I want them in LaTeX export (right where I say vs. where LaTeX thinks is convenient). Another way to tackle this problem may be to just not use floats. As the name suggests, these

Re: [O] How to debug org-clock-display: Args out of range: [48230 48230 48230 38618 38618 0 0 0 0 0 ...], 61

2012-01-15 Thread Stefan Nobis
Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com writes: The code that sets the level seems suspect to me: (let* ((headline-forced (get-text-property (point) :org-clock-force-headline-inclusion)) (headline-included

Re: [O] LaTex export: How to use `csquotes' and `\enquote{}'

2011-07-07 Thread Stefan Nobis
Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com writes: Here are some points to keep in mind while working on a patch: o csquotes.sty is part of the texlive-latex-extra package on Ubuntu (and probably something similar on other Linux distros and possibly MacOS X - hunoz about Windoz?) On MacOS the

Re: [O] LaTex export: How to use `csquotes' and `\enquote{}'

2011-07-07 Thread Stefan Nobis
Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com writes: I'd worry a bit about adding the newcommand in the preamble during org processing: what would happen if I tried to use csquotes then? It should be either the newcommand or else use csquotes. Mixing both would be no good idea. -- Until the next mail...,

Re: [O] [PATCH] org-latex.el: New defcustom `org-export-latex-quotes' to control quotes.

2011-07-11 Thread Stefan Nobis
Bastien b...@altern.org writes: Org to output something like \endquote{some quoted text} instead s/endquote/enquote/ -- Until the next mail..., Stefan. pgpzl49iatYmp.pgp Description: PGP signature

[O] Sum marked values in table

2013-03-22 Thread Stefan Nobis
Hi. Is there any way to somehow mark cells in an org-table and then sum over all marked cells of the whole table. For example in the following table I marked some time values bold: || Col 1 | Col 2 | Col 3 | Col4 | Sum | |+---+++--+--|

[O] Build-System: Why not compile contrib

2013-05-25 Thread Stefan Nobis
Hi. I'm using the maint branch of org-mode and lately I discovered that the files beneath contrib are not compiled and there seems to be no easy way (e.g. via local.mk) to enable compilation of contrib. Is this on purpose and if yes: why? -- Stefan.

Re: [O] Build-System: Why not compile contrib

2013-05-26 Thread Stefan Nobis
Suvayu Ali fatkasuvayu+li...@gmail.com writes: http://orgmode.org/worg/dev/org-build-system.html#sec-4-1-2 Hope this helps, A little bit. I already know about ORG_ADD_CONTRIB, but I thought it would only be used by `make install' and I do not install org-mode, I use it directly from my local

Re: [O] Controlling pagination on headings in Latex/PDF export?

2012-02-17 Thread Stefan Nobis
Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com writes: \def\mykeepwithnextpar{\par\nobreak\@afterheading} However, I find it exceedingly difficult to manufacture an example that will produce the bad break that the OP reports: LaTeX seems very reluctant to break after the headline. Yes. That's because the

Re: [O] Controlling pagination on headings in Latex/PDF export?

2012-02-17 Thread Stefan Nobis
Jos'h Fuller Jos'h.ful...@arcproductions.com writes: but it still doesn't seem to want to cooperate (heading on one page, table on the next). Reading this again, another hint: If the table is exported to tabular and wrapped in a figure environment, then that might be the problem. I'm not

Re: [O] Controlling pagination on headings in Latex/PDF export?

2012-02-17 Thread Stefan Nobis
Jos'h Fuller Jos'h.ful...@arcproductions.com writes: Hi! Thanks for your kind words! ; - ) I did wrap the mykeepwithnextpar definition and I moved the call between the heading and the table as suggested, but it still doesn't seem to want to cooperate (heading on one page, table on the

Re: [O] Include another org-document without settings

2015-02-02 Thread Stefan Nobis
Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes: You can skip the first lines of an INCLUDEd file with :line parameter. You can also only include a section. See manual for details. Thank you for the hint. I used something like #+INCLUDE a.org :lines 3- but still got duplicate keywords (the

Re: [O] Citations, continued

2015-02-10 Thread Stefan Nobis
Richard Lawrence richard.lawre...@berkeley.edu writes: Rasmus ras...@gmx.us writes: Citation types for extracting parts: citeauthor, citetitle, citeyear, citedate, citeurl, As I've said in other posts, I think maybe we should not think of these as `citation' commands and thus don't

Re: [O] Citation syntax: a revised proposal

2015-02-16 Thread Stefan Nobis
jorge.alfaro-muri...@yale.edu (Jorge A. Alfaro-Murillo) writes: From what I read in this and the previous thread, the new proposal tries more or less to reimplement BibTeX in org. No, that's wrong, not the database should be replaced. The goal is to make citations a first class citizen in the

Re: [O] Citation syntax: a revised proposal

2015-02-18 Thread Stefan Nobis
Richard Lawrence richard.lawre...@berkeley.edu writes: 1) Is it worth allowing a name for a user-defined type in the [cite: ...] part, or is it OK to confine user-defined types to the second part (like: [cite: ...] %%(:type foo) or [cite: ...]{:type foo})? IMHO it is better to have such an

Re: [O] Colon in block name?

2015-02-13 Thread Stefan Nobis
Loris Bennett loris.benn...@fu-berlin.de writes: The above was attached with Gnus 'C-c RET f', MIME type 'text/x-org'. But you attached it as inline, so the same problems could arise. To be sure to transfer the file unmodified, choose attachment as disposition. Reading with Gnus, I don't see

Re: [O] Citation syntax: a revised proposal

2015-02-16 Thread Stefan Nobis
jorge.alfaro-muri...@yale.edu (Jorge A. Alfaro-Murillo) writes: I see, so in the examples provided Doe99 is only the key, org would not have to know that the author name is Doe and its year is 1999, or any other information about the citation. Yes and no. In the first place org should only

[O] Include another org-document without settings

2015-02-01 Thread Stefan Nobis
Hi. I try to build an org document that has two parts. One file contains the first part of the resulting document and should be useable stand-alone. The second file is some kind of extension to the first file. My idea is to simple #+INCLUDE the first file in the second one. But then the global

Re: [O] Include another org-document without settings

2015-02-01 Thread Stefan Nobis
Eric S Fraga e.fr...@ucl.ac.uk writes: When I used to do this in LaTeX, I usually had a /master/ document which included the others. That's what I did with pure LaTeX, too. But then there is the nice feature in AucTeX which allows you to compile the whole document while you are in one of the

Re: [O] Citations, continued

2015-02-11 Thread Stefan Nobis
Richard Lawrence richard.lawre...@berkeley.edu writes: I know these commands are convenient, and that not having them would introduce this class of errors, but the question is whether they are so important that it's worth providing an equivalent for them in non-LaTeX backends. Hmmm... I

Re: [O] Citation syntax: a revised proposal

2015-02-16 Thread Stefan Nobis
Richard Lawrence richard.lawre...@berkeley.edu writes: Rasmus ras...@gmx.us writes: Parts I hate: The flag is either `@' or `'. `@' [...] The optional hyphen (`-') Too many weird symbols that I won't be able to remember, much less explain to somebody else. I don't love these

Re: [O] Citation syntax: a revised proposal

2015-02-16 Thread Stefan Nobis
Nicolas Goaziou m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr writes: Time for another crazy idea. Last one on my side for today [cite ...] [(cite) ...] [Cite ...] [(Cite) ...] It should solve the :capitalize issue. +1 I really like it - even when looking at the org file with something weird like vim, it's

Re: [O] Citation syntax: Underscore MUST(?) be allowed in cite keys?

2015-03-09 Thread Stefan Nobis
Vaidheeswaran C vaidheeswaran.chinnar...@gmail.com writes: By saying bibtex is not a requirement, I said exporting to bibtex. You talked about Zotero but showed a bibtex entry. Therefore exporting from Zotero to bibtex may not be a requirement, there may be a direct interface to Zotero,

Re: [O] Citation syntax: Underscore MUST(?) be allowed in cite keys?

2015-03-09 Thread Stefan Nobis
t...@tsdye.com (Thomas S. Dye) writes: It strikes me that basing core features of the citation syntax on the software users happen to be using today is a bit like this--at some point the design of the system will prove unprepared for new developments. I don't think this is a big problem. We

Re: [O] Citation syntax: Underscore MUST(?) be allowed in cite keys?

2015-03-08 Thread Stefan Nobis
Richard Lawrence richard.lawre...@berkeley.edu writes: Like I said, this seems like an edge case, and I don't see that it is necessarily Org's responsibility to accommodate the keys produced by Zotero in such edge cases. And there is a significant benefit to *not* accommodating such keys:

Re: [O] Citation syntax: Underscore MUST(?) be allowed in cite keys?

2015-03-09 Thread Stefan Nobis
Vaidheeswaran C vaidheeswaran.chinnar...@gmail.com writes: On Monday 09 March 2015 02:27 PM, Stefan Nobis wrote: IMHO keys with lots of ??? in them are a sign of a data problem. Therefore the author should solve the root cause. Not in the specific case that I cited. The Bib entry

Re: [O] [OT] A short (less than a minute), informal survey about LaTeX

2015-03-23 Thread Stefan Nobis
Marcin Borkowski mb...@wmi.amu.edu.pl writes: 1. Did you know about the savetrees package by Scott Pakin Yes. 2. Would you find it useful when producing PDF files other that scientific articles (using Org-mode or not)? No. I use org-mode mostly for documentation and even documentation

Re: [O] Citation syntax: a revised proposal

2015-02-27 Thread Stefan Nobis
Aaron Ecay aarone...@gmail.com writes: I count roughly 50 commands in sections 3.7.1 – 3.7.6 of the biblatex user’s manual (version 2.9a of 24/06/2014). Some of these are quite esoteric, of course, but they are all provided. There are many commands (and even more private commands are

Re: [O] fontenc makes pdf non-searchable

2015-03-23 Thread Stefan Nobis
Martin Leduc mart...@hotmail.com writes: You can find a minimal example here[1], with the org file, and the tex and pdf files generated from it. Firts try to search within the pdf. It does not work (at least on my side) To solve the problem, remove the line with \usepackage[T1]{fontenc} Your

Re: [O] fontenc makes pdf non-searchable

2015-03-23 Thread Stefan Nobis
dbo...@mmm.com (J. David Boyd) writes: And how did you determine that please? I assume you mean how I determined that the PDF has been produced by dvips and Ghostscript. In this case: I've just looked into the document information of the PDF file. For example with Acrobat Reader I just press

Re: [O] org-mode to latex, again!

2015-04-02 Thread Stefan Nobis
Marcin Borkowski mb...@wmi.amu.edu.pl writes: As I wrote - yes, provided you update the filename database (e.g. launching mktexlsr from the command line). (Because of speed, TeX does not search the directory tree each time it looks for a package or something, but uses a database in a

Re: [O] Babel and R: Call code block and output plot

2015-07-28 Thread Stefan Nobis
Andreas Leha andreas.l...@med.uni-goettingen.de writes: You still have to specify the format of the results of the #+CALL line, as in #+CALL: myplot[:exports results]() :results file Works like a charm, thank you very much. -- Until the next mail..., Stefan.

[O] Babel and R: Call code block and output plot

2015-07-27 Thread Stefan Nobis
Hi. I'm playing a little bit with R code blocks in babel and calling them in different parts of my document (e.g. showing output in the main part and the code in the appendix). With most code blocks (e.g. setting some variables or outputting a LaTeX table with xtable) this works as expected

Re: [O] Merge branch 'maint'

2015-09-11 Thread Stefan Nobis
Oleh Krehel writes: > Would it be so hard for Git to perform a single merge of master into > maint on release, while keeping them separate and cherry-picking > in-between for the sake of a clean linear history? The question is not whether git is capable of doing this (there

[O] Bug in table formular - last column specifier broken

2015-12-17 Thread Stefan Nobis
Hi. With the last update to Org-mode version 8.3.2 (8.3.2-48-g700b8e-elpaplus) the following table formular breaks: --8<---cut here---start->8--- | | Mon | Tue | Wed | Thu | Fri | Sat | Sun | Sum |

Re: [O] using vref in latex export, and normal links in html export

2016-03-12 Thread Stefan Nobis
Alan Schmitt writes: > I'm converting a latex document into org-mode to easily export it both > to latex and html. I've just encountered something that I don't know how > to do: export a \vref reference. I would like to have something that > exports to \vref in

Re: [O] Clocking work time vs. office time

2016-04-29 Thread Stefan Nobis
Marcin Borkowski writes: > No, you're not - this is one possible solution. I'm curious about other > ones. If tracking the time you're at a specific location is your main objective (and if you own a Smartphone), I would say: Geofencing. Let your Smartphone track when you

[O] Clocktable creates superfluous columns

2017-02-18 Thread Stefan Nobis
Hi. In version 9.0.5 Org (Emacs 25.1) seems to generate too many columns in some situations. I'm not quite sure since which version this happens, in Org 8.x I have not seen this behaviour. Here is a small example: --8<---cut here---start->8--- #+BEGIN:

Re: Finally figuring out some ob-sqlite stuff -- for worg?

2019-11-09 Thread Stefan Nobis
Eric Abrahamsen writes: > Okay, it's up. If anyone wants to explain to me the point of the > "where exists" clause in the SQL, I would be interested to hear. It > works as expected this way, but is that clause necessary? Yes, very necessary. Without it, all ratings would be changed - the two

Re: Finally figuring out some ob-sqlite stuff -- for worg?

2019-11-10 Thread Stefan Nobis
Eric Abrahamsen writes: > I was confused in part because the "where exists (select *..." looks > like its main purpose is to return rows. Indeed that's the purpose: Restrict the set of rows upon which update acts on. Here I tried to reformat the statement a bit in order to emphasize its

Re: very strange LaTeX error

2019-12-20 Thread Stefan Nobis
"Joost Kremers" writes: > The solution I usually opt for is to enclose the brackets in an > additional set of braces: `{[...]}`. Whether Org export can and > should automate that, I can't say. In the generated LaTeX adding a '\relax' (so each line ends with '\\\relax') would be a another

Re: very strange LaTeX error

2019-12-20 Thread Stefan Nobis
"Fraga, Eric" writes: > However, it seems that simply adding \relax does not work if there > is an \hline immediately following so the solution is not that > straightforward. Hmmm... but it should be solvable. Maybe something along the lines of this (rough sketch, I have next to no experience

Re: emacs build command for org-files

2020-01-27 Thread Stefan Nobis
John Kitchin writes: > Hi everyone, > This is only semi-on-topic. I am looking for something like M-x compile for > my org-files, but I don't want it to necessarily use Makefiles. I am > looking for suggestions of existing solutions to this, or thoughts on how > to implement this. This may not

Re: Bug or not a bug? dot expansion in ob-shell

2020-02-23 Thread Stefan Nobis
Bastien writes: > I agree we should have a discussion on whether :results value is a > good default. What about a third collection option 'none' and make this the default? This would emphasize that there is no sensible default for all babel languages, users and use cases. Users would be forced

Re: wip-cite status question and feedback

2020-04-13 Thread Stefan Nobis
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Alphanumeric suffix provides 62 combinations, which should hopefully > be enough for any citation back-end out there (I'm looking at you > biblatex). It's not terribly readable, tho, as you point out. I second that. Some of the many BibLaTeX commands are due to

Re: wip-cite status question and feedback

2020-04-13 Thread Stefan Nobis
Joost Kremers writes: > I don't think it's necessary to use a dash (or any other character) > in longer cite commands, though. =citeintext= isn't that much more > difficult to read than =cite-intext=. (Biblatex does just fine > without dashes, and there's always camelCase if you're so inclined.)

Re: org-time-stamp in German or Spanish or....

2020-09-06 Thread Stefan Nobis
Uwe Brauer writes: > But is inserts the name of the days in English The format and language of the time-stamps is controlled by the function format-time-string (the docstring of this function shows all the available placeholders, including "%a" for the locale's abbreviated name of the day of

Re: org-time-stamp in German or Spanish or....

2020-09-06 Thread Stefan Nobis
Uwe Brauer writes: > But it still inserts <2020-09-06 Sun> What's the value of `system-time-locale'? In a shell (like Bash), is there a difference between the following two commands: #+begin_src bash LC_TIME=C date #+end_src #+begin_src bash LC_TIME=de_DE date #+end_src -- Until the next

Re: "text mode" org mode

2020-09-15 Thread Stefan Nobis
Emanuel Berg via "General discussions about Org-mode." writes: > Can I tell Org mode to don't change editing back and > forth, also don't collapse items in and out, i.e. > virtually text mode I did not test it to every detail, but the following two settings may be a good starting point:

Re: "text mode" org mode

2020-09-15 Thread Stefan Nobis
Emanuel Berg via "General discussions about Org-mode." writes: > Stefan Nobis wrote: >> (setq org-link-descriptive nil) > I don't have org-link-descriptive, it seems... No problem, the old name is =org-descriptive-links= (this name has been deprecated in Org 9.3, b

Re: basic org questions

2020-09-16 Thread Stefan Nobis
Emanuel Berg via "General discussions about Org-mode." writes: > Tim Cross wrote: >> #+latex_class: korma-article > user-error: Unknown LaTeX class ‘korma-article’ >> #+latex_header: \setlength{\parindent}{0pt} > Yes, that's removed the indentation but didn't insert > a blank line... First

Re: "text mode" org mode

2020-09-16 Thread Stefan Nobis
Emanuel Berg via "General discussions about Org-mode." writes: > Thanks, I wonder tho if all this > (setq org-descriptive-links nil) > (setq org-hide-emphasis-markers nil) > (setq org-startup-folded'showeverything) > is implied, with `visual-mode'? Beware: =visible-mode=

Re: basic org questions

2020-09-16 Thread Stefan Nobis
Hi. Details about Org tables are to be found in the manual at different places (maybe not optimal, but that's the current structure). First of all, aspects of tables inside Emacs and Org are discussed here: https://orgmode.org/manual/Tables.html#Tables But everything about exporting

Re: The Website Revamp: The final stretch

2020-09-22 Thread Stefan Nobis
TEC writes: > 2. Picking the best 'Hero banner' on the home page :: I like Variant 1-1 the most - all other variants are a bit too big and yelling for my eyes. Maybe use size and layout of Variant 1-1 with colors of the last variant (page 9, gray background)? -- Until the next mail...,

Re: basic org questions

2020-09-17 Thread Stefan Nobis
Emanuel Berg via "General discussions about Org-mode." writes: > OK, but the values still ned to be specified, right? No, just use the package - it sets the relevant lengths to change the style of marking paragraphs and tries hard to also reset every other length that depends on the original

Re: basic org questions

2020-09-17 Thread Stefan Nobis
"Thomas S. Dye" writes: > There are many pieces of software that will allow the user to the > violate best typesetting practices easily. LaTeX is not one of them. Not quite right. I have seen people create really ugly source code *and* ugly output with LaTeX with ease. You can create garbage

Re: basic org questions

2020-09-17 Thread Stefan Nobis
Samuel Wales writes: > for my part, i appreciate your using the "wrong" style for your > email message A plain text document presented in a monospaced font is quite a different thing than a (longer) PDF with a plethora of layout and micro-typographic options. Do you also appreciate the

Re: basic org questions

2020-09-17 Thread Stefan Nobis
Emanuel Berg via "General discussions about Org-mode." writes: >> #+attr_latex: :center nil :booktabs t >> | My | Columns | >> |+-| >> | 1 | 2 | >> | 3 | 4 | > "PDF file produced with errors." Sorry that I try to make more general examples that are not exactly

Re: issue tracker?

2020-05-20 Thread Stefan Nobis
Detlef Steuer writes: > I would go as far as saying *this list* is one of the fastest > reacting amd friendliest communities I have been part of. The job > Nicolas does is just awesome. +1! -- Until the next mail..., Stefan.

Re: basic org questions

2020-09-16 Thread Stefan Nobis
Eric S Fraga writes: > #+latex_header: \setlength{\parindent}{0pt} > #+latex_header: \setlength{\parskip}{\baselineskip} Better use #+latex_header: \usepackage{parskip} as this package has less bad side-effects on other parts of the document than setting these far-reaching lengths directly.

Re: Microsoft Excel spreadsheet editing directly from within emacs.

2020-12-29 Thread Stefan Nobis
Jean Louis writes: > I find Org tables useful for small reports. Just as table mode is > also useful within Emacs. Org tables are primitives that are not > comparable to spreadsheet software. It might be a difficult question, whether Org tables are the best solution in a given situation or

Re: Changed list indentation behavior: how to revert?

2020-11-17 Thread Stefan Nobis
"Dr. Arne Babenhauserheide" writes: > Sad story short:... I'm with you - last weekend I upgrade my OS and had quite some trouble to get everything working again and still have some nasty hoops to jump through. But on the other side: What are we talking about? Org had a given default

Re: New website - back to the old unicorn!

2020-10-29 Thread Stefan Nobis
TEC writes: > This seems very suspicious for one reason. I cannot see "Canvas" > anywhere in the entire codebase of the website, or any loaded > resources. So I have no idea where on earth the JS you're finding > has come from - I'm guessing it's improperly injected by a > extension. FWIW I also

Re: New website - back to the old unicorn!

2020-10-28 Thread Stefan Nobis
Hi. Thanks for your great work and the wonderful new page! A minor detail: I use the plugin "Decentraleyes" and with this activated there is quite a bit JavaScript garbage at the end of the page (below the "Created by" footer). The part below the footer is this: #+begin_src js { const iframes =

Re: Microsoft Excel spreadsheet editing directly from within emacs.

2020-12-31 Thread Stefan Nobis
Jean Louis writes: > You speak of a programming language and what is possible with > programming language. That's not the point. Org table is integrated with Calc and Calc is a Computer Algebra System. That is something like Excel combined with Mathematica (with a little less GUI stuff) - that

Display ellipsis at end of headline instead of after tags

2021-01-10 Thread Stefan Nobis
Hi. I would prefer to see headline ellipsis always at the end of the headline, but if tags are present, the ellipsis is drawn after the tags. So currently I have something like this: #+begin_example ,* Headline One... ,* Another Headline :tag:another:... ,* Third Headline...

Re: suggestion to change default org-latex-pdf-process to latexmk

2021-06-01 Thread Stefan Nobis
"Bruce D'Arcus" writes: > Here's the current command for the "latexmk" option: > "latexmk -g -pdf -pdflatex=\"%latex\" -outdir=%o %f" > ... and here's what you have, minus shell-escape. > "latexmk -f -pdf -%latex -interaction=nonstopmode -output-directory=%o %f" The option

Re: suggestion to change default org-latex-pdf-process to latexmk

2021-06-02 Thread Stefan Nobis
Tim Cross writes: > One reason is that latexmk is not installed on some systems. Just after starting to write that this is false nowadays I realized you are right. :) See: https://mg.readthedocs.io/latexmk.html For macOS latexmk is distributed with the default TeX installation MacTeX for

Re: suggestion to change default org-latex-pdf-process to latexmk

2021-06-02 Thread Stefan Nobis
Scott Randby writes: > (1) Which one of the above suggestions should I use? I don't want > interactions when I'm exporting. I don't want to have to mess with a > configuration file either. > (2) How many shell commands will org-latex-pdf-process need? Right > now there are three. Replace those

Re: suggestion to change default org-latex-pdf-process to latexmk

2021-06-02 Thread Stefan Nobis
Colin Baxter writes: > I really don't understand why the changed is needed. The upcoming citation support needs a reliable way to run the required bibliography processor (e.g. biber or bibtex). Therefore the current default setting that only runs latex three times does not suffice. On the

Re: [wip-cite-new] Initial implementation of `csl' citation processor

2021-05-29 Thread Stefan Nobis
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > By default, no export processor is selected. All citations are > removed from output, and print_bibliography keywords, ignored. As I'm coming from LaTeX and have been bitten more than once by missing citations in the output (which is solved far better today by

Re: A requires/provides approach to linking source code blocks

2021-07-09 Thread Stefan Nobis
Marko Schuetz-Schmuck writes: > I would find it useful to have a more declarative way for specifying > sequence. I imagine e.g. using "#+REQUIRES:" and "#+PROVIDES:" to > capture dependency and then have the exporter compute a sequence > satisfying these. I would say that declaring an explicit

Re: org-mode export to (latex) PDF

2021-07-10 Thread Stefan Nobis
Maxim Nikulin writes: > (add-to-list 'org-latex-inputenc-alist '("utf8" . "utf8x")) Do not do this. Both, utf8x and ucs, are obsolete and deprecated for quite some time. For proper unicode support, switch from pdflatex to lualatex or xelatex. With these newer backends (and proper adjustments

Re: org-mode export to (latex) PDF

2021-07-14 Thread Stefan Nobis
Maxim Nikulin writes: > There are cm-super fonts for at least of 15 years. There are many tradeoffs in many aspects. No single font pleases everyone. So you want to say: Your requirements are more important/common/stylish/whatever that the requirements of other people? I do need only latin

Re: org-mode export to (latex) PDF

2021-07-14 Thread Stefan Nobis
Maxim Nikulin writes: [utf8x] > Maybe, I have seen such warnings. However I have tested neither utf8 > nor utf8x on real examples. That is why I am unaware what can be > broken in particular. For small examples with various symbols > outside of ASCII, utf8x may give better support. The main

Re: LaTeX export: grffile is a stub package

2021-09-28 Thread Stefan Nobis
Timothy writes: > meedst...@teknik.io writes: > Oh, that reminds me, we can also get rid of texcomp. > Hmmm... one note about xcolor in your list: Some configuration options are load-time options that have to be set

Re: [PATCH] Accept more :tangle-mode specification forms

2021-10-01 Thread Stefan Nobis
Timothy writes: > Thank you for considering potential security implications BTW: Security-wise I would argue to even forbid the integer case. From my view next to nobody uses and is used to the decimal codes of file modes. So this decimal integer representation is the most error prone, I would

Re: [PATCH] Don't fill displayed equations

2021-10-01 Thread Stefan Nobis
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Now, if you want to discuss changing syntax for \[...\] and make it > a block element I wonder, why it is not a block element. As far as I know, the only difference (even in the context of Org) between \(...\) and \[...\] is, that the former denotes inline math and the

Re: [PATCH] Don't fill displayed equations

2021-10-02 Thread Stefan Nobis
Nicolas Goaziou writes: > Also, I don't think LaTeX treats it as a block element. > E.g., > > text > \[1+1=3\] > text > > is a single paragraph in LaTeX. Yes and no. LaTeX is a bit more complex and does not only see inline or block elements. It has paragraph mode (and inner

Re: [Question] A single *-language-alist in ox-latex.el?

2021-10-02 Thread Stefan Nobis
Juan Manuel Macías writes: > Well, if I'm not mistaken, the situation in the LaTeX ecosystem is > this: Polyglossia appeared as a babel replacement for XelaTeX and > LuaLaTeX, since babel, at that time, had no support for these two > new Unicode based TeX engines. And, as far as I remember,

Re: Org syntax: \[ \] as block element instead of inline object

2021-10-02 Thread Stefan Nobis
Max Nikulin writes: > I like Timothy's idea that \[ \] markup should behave like > block-level element rather than inline object. On the other hand, we will loose the ability to inline small parts of math, that should be typeset as separate equation, like: ...text \[ 1+2=3 \] more text...

Re: [PATCH] Don't fill displayed equations

2021-10-03 Thread Stefan Nobis
Max Nikulin writes: > On 03/10/2021 00:51, Tom Gillespie wrote: >> I guess one thing I'm missing/not understanding is when/why people >> want to use \[ \] instead of full #+begin_export latex block? > For example, because document without equations may become almost > useless in the case of

Re: [Worg] Proposing a few CSS changes

2021-09-26 Thread Stefan Nobis
Adam Porter writes: > So I think it's very important to respect the user's settings, > especially for long texts and documentation (i.e. not the "home page" > parts of Web sites whose purpose is to present projects as a whole). +1. HTML pages are neither books nor PDFs nor advertising columns.

Re: [Worg] Proposing a few CSS changes

2021-09-26 Thread Stefan Nobis
Timothy writes: > I don’t think a completely spartan page is entirely sensible though. Indeed! I did not want to argue for all or nothing. :) But font and font size for big chunks of text are quite important and individual choices. So the rest of the styling should try to be flexible enough to

Re: insert automatically a reference to a section header and a link

2021-11-17 Thread Stefan Nobis
Juan Manuel Macías writes: > In Org 9.5 there is a new variable `org-latex-reference-command'. Thanks for the reminder! I once read about it, but forgot to use it after upgrading to 9.5. :) -- Until the next mail..., Stefan.

Re: insert automatically a reference to a section header and a link

2021-11-17 Thread Stefan Nobis
Uwe Brauer writes: > Yes, but, what do you do, if you have a 10 header and each has 20 > subheaders. I avoid writing such complex documents for the moment. :) [Some custom functions] > Thanks but this did not work! Sorry. The code is meant as an inspiration, not to be used out-of-the box. I

Re: insert automatically a reference to a section header and a link

2021-11-17 Thread Stefan Nobis
Uwe Brauer writes: > I wonder why this was not implemented or asked for. Hmmm... for me, the default way to link to headings is just fine, I seldom need more control over the generated labels: #+begin_src org ,* Intro Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet... ,* Another section As seen in

Re: insert automatically a reference to a section header and a link

2021-11-17 Thread Stefan Nobis
Uwe Brauer writes: > I am not following you. You insert a header as in > * Intro > Now you want to refer to it with a link > As we have seen in section ... > So what precisely are you typing? I type "As we have seen in section [[*Intro]]" (literally, I tend to not use any keybindings or

Re: org-cite: how to include a cite with no key?

2021-07-20 Thread Stefan Nobis
John Kitchin writes: > Who is to say why someone would bother. It is a command on page two > of http://tug.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/natbib/natnotes.pdf that > one can use. Hmmm... but I would say that the natbib command \citetext is more a helper/workaround for the missing prefix/suffix

Re: org-mode export to (latex) PDF

2021-07-16 Thread Stefan Nobis
Maxim Nikulin writes: > Do Unicode TeX engines support such combination of fonts? Yes, they do. My rather long response was due to my impression that you are quite surprised that not everything is supported with the default configuration as you expected. I wanted to highlight that it is even

Re: org-mode export to (latex) PDF

2021-07-16 Thread Stefan Nobis
Jean-Christophe Helary writes: > Since org uses Latex to achieve export to PDF, which is quite a > common demand nowadays, something that normal org users can > understand should be posted somewhere. I second that! I just wanted to try to lower the expectation that (most) scripts will work out