Re: [Orgmode] Results of the SourceForge Community Award

2009-08-04 Thread Torsten Wagner
Carsten Dominik wrote: Well, at least it was not a close call :-) http://sourceforge.net/community/cca09/winners/ shows that we came in 9th of the 10 contenders. It looks to me that org-mode received around 873 votes which is pretty good in my book. PortableApps.com, a heavily advertised

Re: [Orgmode] Keeping org files under git - trimming the repository

2009-08-05 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, About a year ago, I decided to learn how to write macros in lisp and started by teaching myself about the after-save-hook. I added a hook to auto commit every time I saved any org file. My simple, small text file of todo items is now a giant git repository. please define giant :) compared

Re: [Orgmode] Accidentally holding down LEFT arrow in Agenda

2009-08-25 Thread Torsten Wagner
This is a pretty important change in the UI. I would like to get a general vote to decide this. See my separate message. - Carsten Hi, just a new user to org-mode, I apologize directly for jumping up and raise the hand ;) Other Projects run a little smooth transitions if changes like that are

Re: [Orgmode] small emacs for using org on Android

2009-09-01 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, please remember a org-file is still (and thankfully and amazingly) a plain text file. As long as you are not going to make big changes, any other (smaller) text editor will do, e.g., nano, pico, *cough* vim *cough*. I found myself comfortable to export the org-file to html and display it in

[Orgmode] org-babel: Meta-LaTeX-Python-Environment

2009-10-25 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, I started working on an little latex-package to allow the execution of python code in LaTeX a while ago. It stopped at some point and now it is on my pending project lists for a while already. When I read about org-babel I saw a lot of similarities. I like to start again on the basis of

Re: [Orgmode] org-babel: Meta-LaTeX-Python-Environment

2009-10-27 Thread Torsten Wagner
Ups, sorry that happens if you are working normally with emacs and compose a message in a online editor (gmail). My fingers hit some emacs shortcuts without my brain was telling them ;) ... and fired up the unfinished mail. Anyhow I hope it is somehow clear what I like to do Thus, just the

Re: [Orgmode] org-babel: Meta-LaTeX-Python-Environment

2009-10-27 Thread Torsten Wagner
Perhaps this will do what you want? When I run org-babel-tangle on the following org file, and then LaTeX the output, the resulting pdf file says: A bit of LATEX code, with the result: 6 * Test org #+begin_src python x = 6 f = open('python_results.tex', 'w') f.write(str(x))

Re: [Orgmode] [Announce:] org-git-link

2009-10-28 Thread Torsten Wagner
Dear Reimar, why I feel like I have Birthday today ;) Thanks will try it as soon as possible Greetings Torsten ___ Emacs-orgmode mailing list Remember: use `Reply All' to send replies to the list. Emacs-orgmode@gnu.org

Re: [babel][Orgmode] org-babel: Meta-LaTeX-Python-Environment

2009-10-28 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Dan, thanks for helping me to realize my idea. Actually, I do not know whether it is not working or it is not working as I expect: I used the following simple example: --8--cut here--start---8--- * Simple Test of org-babel #+srcname: test()

[Orgmode] [babel] demonstration mode-switching between code blocks

2009-11-03 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi everybody, Abstract: This is a very quick (and I assume very dirty) hack, how to switch between org-mode and any other mode which you like to use in the source code blocks. It is far from being addable to org-babel yet but might be a good starting point. Problem: If I use source code

Re: [Orgmode] MobileOrg 1.0 for iPhone/iPod Touch now available

2009-11-03 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Looks like fantastic work, congratulations! Thank heavens I finally got Ubuntu/emacs/orgmode/git running natively on my Android phone, otherwise I'd be green with envy ;-) That means you run a full emacs23 together with org-mode on your phone :o oh thanks now I'm be green with envy

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] demonstration mode-switching between code blocks

2009-11-04 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Adam, Thanks for sharing. Just for reference, there are few major modes out there implementing this kind of approach: http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/MultipleModes For example I have used mmm-mode to good effect in the past, to auto-switch between HTML and Perl:

Re: [Orgmode][babel]: Some feedback after the first week usage

2009-11-05 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Tom Would something like run-code-blocks (below) do what you want? I put a source block like this at the top of my org-babel file, where I can find it quickly. #+srcrname: run-code-blocks #+begin_src python :noweb block-1 block-2 #+end_src #+srcname: block-1 #+begin_src

[Orgmode][babel] noweb does not work (as expected)

2009-11-08 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi everyone, I tried to use the noweb-syntax to tangle all the pieces of source code blocks together as proposed by Tom. However, for some reasons it does not work. I notice there are two different syntax for noweb. One propsed on worg and the other in examples here in the mailing list. Which

Re: [Orgmode][babel] noweb does not work (as expected)

2009-11-08 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Dan, thanks for trying helping me out actually your example works for me after switching back to git-babel master branch. However, my file does still not work and I can not see a difference between your and mine file. I will try to minimize it now to the point where it either works or

Re: [Orgmode][babel] noweb does not work (as expected)

2009-11-08 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Tom, If I try to use the noweb way, I always got error messages which tells me that org-babel can not read the result correctly #+srcname: r-load-libraries #+begin_src R library(RMySQL) library(reshape) library(xtable) #+end_src As I see you do not use any special header

Re: [Orgmode][babel] noweb does not work (as expected)

2009-11-09 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Torsten, Hi Tom, It's not clear to me what outcome you desire. Tangling should result in a source file that can serve as input to a compiler or interpreter. The combination of :noweb and :session lets you write literate programs that are sent directly to an interpreter, which

Re: [Orgmode][babel] noweb does not work (as expected)

2009-11-09 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Dan Important: The only version of org-babel that's intended for users is the version in current org-mode. I.e. the current master branch of Carsten's org-mode repository. The other repository (the babel repo) is for development only. Any stable improvements in there are rapidly merged

Re: [Orgmode][babel] (solved) noweb does not work (as expected)

2009-11-09 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, finally I found the problem. As Dan mentioned there is a difference for block1 block1() block1(a=1) For some reason I was sticking with block1() and override it over and over again. No it seems to work go into the right direction. Python still seems not to like the code if its created by

Re: [Orgmode] [babel] Executing sh-code

2009-11-27 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Sébastien, I just tried quickly. I use org-babel with python, up to now never with shell scripting. --8---cut here---start-8--- * Prerequisites #+begin_src sh :session ecm cd ~/Personal #+end_src --8---cut

Re: [Orgmode] Org-mode tricks for team management

2009-12-03 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Juan, http://juanreyero.com/article/emacs/org-teams.html This solution is very nice. I would encourage you to pack it into an own contrib for org-mode. Maybe even trying to merge it into org-mode itself. Please also consider to check out how this could be worked together with org-

Re: [Orgmode] Re: [babel] Executing sh-code

2009-12-06 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, Hi Eric, Sébastien Vauban wrote: Eric Schulte wrote: [...] The following works for me without any hang. The only difference I can see between our setups is a matching prompt regexp. That was it. Fixing my PS1 prompt to be like yours (temporarily keeping your regexp from

Re: [Orgmode] Org needs your vote

2009-12-07 Thread Torsten Wagner
http://lifehacker.com/5419988/five-best-outlining-tools Even the description of org-mode in this poll is simply wrong its not command line ITS PLAIN TEXT !!! That means even the author of the poll had not any idea of what he is writing about... What did he do? Goggled org program and

Re: [Orgmode] RFC: Syntax for page numbers in file: links?

2010-01-06 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, during following this thread I noticed one problem with the page and line- number concept - file:~/some-file.txt::23some-file.txt, line 23 A txt-file may have no clear page boarders. Thus only a line number might make sens - file:~/document.pdf:4 document.pdf, page 4 A

Re: [Orgmode] Re: Update ispell-dictionary to text language

2010-01-15 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Seb, Hi Carsten, I guess it depends highly on the definition. I can see Sebastien's points. It is somewhat strange to have a header-row language which does not have anything to do with the way how org-mode (resp. emacs) handels the org-buffer. And the danger to use two different places + the

Re: [Orgmode] org-babel: Managing a bibtex database

2010-01-21 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Taru, I was thinking of something similar but (even if I like org-babel a lot) not based on org-babel. I think a own mode ala org-bibtex would be nice. However, the ideas might be joinable. My idea would be to have somethink like the org-mode link-feature. However, instead of asking for

Re: [Orgmode] org-babel: Managing a bibtex database

2010-01-22 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi again, I just rethought my idea. I think even if there is no full automatic link function, it would be nice to see bibtex as a org-babel mode. My worse case scenario is as follow: Someone ask me to send the reference X or a bunch of references Y to someone in plain-text (mostly they like to

[Orgmode] How to combine the analogue (Moleskine) world with digital (org-mode) world ?

2010-01-24 Thread Torsten Wagner
Dear all, I really tried hard over the last year to use org-mode as much as possible. It was already mentioned that, due to the incredible org-mode features, this becomes fast more a religious rather then a working task. Thus, my work flow changed more and more to a org-mode flow. And now they

Re: [Orgmode] How to combine the analogue (Moleskine) world with digital (org-mode) world ?

2010-01-24 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Ray, I am a heavy note taker and also running org-mode and paper. Paper has advantages mostly when thinking slowly and may be more reflective. Computer has its advantages when it comes to organizing stuff. Unfortunately, I'm not this heavy note taker guy... I always thought ... ahh I can

Re: [Orgmode] Re: How to combine the analogue (Moleskine) world with digital (org-mode) world ?

2010-01-24 Thread Torsten Wagner
In my view, the effort it takes to maintain such a mixed system might be too high. And it becomes worse when you need to exchange information between the two subsystems. Unfortunately I can't see an easy solution to this. I probably will get an iphone (or any capable portable device) that can

Re: [Orgmode] Re: How to combine the analogue (Moleskine) world with digital (org-mode) world ?

2010-01-24 Thread Torsten Wagner
I have a similar experience to you. I run org-mode on my office computer and home computer and synchronise the files via USB drive and Python backup script. If you have access to a sever... try to use git. There is a emacs mode and by opening your org-file on either the home or work-pc

[Orgmode] Request: Slightly different structure mode

2010-02-22 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, beside of the organising part I use org-mode as a lab-notebook for every project which involves more thinking and esp. remembering about it. For that I create a new org-mode file for every project, linked to a main-file and I add all this links, infos, mails, deadlines, folder, files,

[Orgmode] Propose: add developer infos to the manual

2010-03-03 Thread Torsten Wagner
Dear All, I'm really an org-mode beginner and even more I'm a bloody emacs-lisp beginner. Nevertheless, I try to understand here and there who things work out and tweak some things here and there. Nothing which might be worse to share yet but I'm on my way to learn about the internals

Re: [Orgmode] Writing a dissertation using org-mode

2010-03-03 Thread Torsten Wagner
Dear Henri, On 03/04/2010 01:45 PM, Henri-Paul Indiogine wrote: I started writing my doctoral dissertation in history using org-mode. I am also using git.el for my version control and gnus for my email. Of course I export my org file to LaTeX which I compile to pdf. My bibliography is managed

Re: [O] How-to evaluate Java-snippets in org-mode/org-babel?

2011-07-17 Thread Torsten Wagner
-- Eric Torsten Wagner torsten.wag...@gmail.com writes: Hi Eric, You probably don't want to pass the body of a code block to a lisp function as quoting will become a nightmare, however passing the name to a lisp block may be reasonable. I would suggest that rather than implementing

Re: [O] How-to evaluate Java-snippets in org-mode/org-babel?

2011-07-28 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Eric, some feedback of first testing weeks It works well on my desktop machine, I tried to do the same on my laptop. However, I faced the problem that java did not find the files. I tried everything. Made sure using the same java and emacs version (same linux distro, same test file).

Re: [O] cleaning all the #+results from an org document

2011-07-28 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, but there is one interesting aspect missing. If I want to evaluate the blocks and see the results but e.g. a) send it to someone without the results (to let him create his own) b) archive them without having possible huge amount of lines of results which can be reproduced any time by

Re: [O] Release 7.7

2011-07-29 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Bastien, It might be worse to mention that this version find its way into emacs-git. Hence, people who using the git or compile emacs on there own, will find org-mode 7.7 in the emacs site-lisp folders. The next release of emacs (unlike there is another org-mode update in between) or

Re: [O] cleaning all the #+results from an org document

2011-07-29 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Eric, On 07/29/2011 08:04 AM, Eric Schulte wrote: #+begin_src emacs-lisp (org-babel-map-src-blocks nil (org-babel-remove-result)) #+end_src it works on my java stuff, but for some reason it creates a result by itself in my system. E.g., #+results: : 508 There is another glitch... The

Re: [O] Undefined variable: org-babel-execute-src-block-maybe

2011-08-01 Thread Torsten Wagner
I can confirm that - M-x org-reload with an up to date git pull works as workaround. Error appears also for setting a tag and executing code blocks... Torsten

[O] [babel] link type to execute src_block

2011-08-25 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, is there a way already to execute a (named source block) by creating a link type? I checked the manual and there is a link type for shell and elisp but it seems not for babel. Something like [[babel: src_block_name()][Text]] With this, one could create all kind of little features within an

[O] [babel] create tikz pictures in an floating LaTeX environment

2011-10-07 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi all, Hi Eric (hehehe because most likely you read it ;) ) I try for the first time to write an entire article in org-mode. I do so, because with the tags :export: :noexport: I can easily keep my personal notes and todos hidden and the final export will be just what I want to publish.

Re: [O] [babel] create tikz pictures in an floating LaTeX environment

2011-10-08 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Nicholas, a line similar like [[file:fig/mypicture.pdf ]] ``:results output silent'' should suppress that I think. Yep, thanks that did the job. Nevertheless, I have to add the generated output as a static link to add resp. export it in an org-mode way.. #+CAPTION: My great picture

Re: [O] [babel] create tikz pictures in an floating LaTeX environment

2011-10-08 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Eric ``:results output silent'' should suppress that I think. Nick's solution should work well.  Also, (if you're exporting to LaTeX) couldn't you just combine the tikz picture and the wrapping figure environment into a single begin_latex block? Yep Nick solution is working fine. I

[O] [babel] Should babel be more error intolerant?

2011-10-08 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, just playing around with a new aspect of org-mode and babel, I noticed, that many of my typos and wrong syntax using are silently accepted resp. ignored. Even the message buffer keeps quite. I just wonder if babel should be more error intolerant to tell users that they are actually doing

[O] [bug-report] #+LaTeX_CLASS: whitespaces in the parameter list are not omitted

2011-10-12 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, just had 30 min of fun with a whitespace as in (note the space at the end of koma_article) #+LaTeX_CLASS: koma_article Since I just use this option for the first time and I created my own entry for 'org-export-latex-classes (according to the tutorial) I was believing I am doing something

Re: [O] Ways to make org feasible for huge files

2011-10-12 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, On 10/13/2011 09:54 AM, Marcelo de Moraes Serpa wrote: f 10 emacs crashes because of that. What could I do to make it faster? I'm willing to disable fancy rendering features if needed, but I'm loosing way too much time with the rendering issues and crashes. Just by chance, are you

Re: [O] Wish: babel for python3

2011-10-18 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, (sorry Arne for the eventual double post, I forogot to attt the mailing list) Is there a way to get python3 support for Babel into org-mode cleanly? Something like: -*- org-babel-python-command: python3 alternatively (a trick Eric is never tired to mention to me ) you could add a

[O] direct link to mails in gmail

2011-10-19 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, I just figured out some kind of very interesting possibility. All the personal data and security feelings aside, I use a gmail account since I share it between many different computers. In my org-files, I would sometimes like to link to a particular mail e.g., for reference purpose. Today

Re: [O] [RFC] Standardized code block keywords

2011-10-21 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, Ideally if we limit each of the above to only one alternative we could simplify the specification of code blocks in Org-mode making them easier to learn and use and removing some of the mystery around their syntax. What does everyone think? Just to make it as easy as possible for

Re: [O] [RFC] Standardized code block keywords

2011-10-23 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Eric, Hi Seb, Eric Schulte wrote: We could open an older file and if it isn't working, we could try #+PROPERTY: babel-function-set obsolete I think that making use of such a feature is almost as onerous as changing to the new terms (which is a simple search replace, in fact once terms

[O] table alignment failed for Asian characters

2011-10-27 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, just noticed, that the table alignment fails if I use Asian characters within the table. Guess this has nothing to do with the table itself but rather something with the different spacing of different character sets. Maybe someone had a similar problem already and know how to solve this.

Re: [O] table alignment failed for Asian characters

2011-10-27 Thread Torsten Wagner
Carsten Dominik carsten.domi...@gmail.com wrote: On Oct 27, 2011, at 1:33 PM, Torsten Wagner wrote: Hi, just noticed, that the table alignment fails if I use Asian characters within the table. Guess this has nothing to do with the table itself but rather something with the different

Re: [O] [odt] Support for annotations/comments

2011-10-29 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, Jambunathan On Oct 29, 2011 7:32 AM, Jambunathan K I needed an excuse for adding support for annotations. Exporting the below org will produce the attached odt/pdf files. Note that the pdf file is produced by LibreOffice pdf export. Annotations is a ODT only feature right now and will not

[O] execute lisp function after enter a cell in a org-table

2011-10-31 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, I make my tiny steps in learning elisp by trying to improve org-mode for my own needs. Recently, I came across the needs to execute a small lisp function whenever I enter the next / previous column in a org-mode table. I thought it might be interesting if I could try to keep this as general as

Re: [O] New version of VimOrganizer, an Org-mode clone in Vim

2011-11-03 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hmmm... nice! Maybe it helps to bring finally peace between Vi and Emacs users. I will forward it to my Vi-friends:) Torsten On Nov 3, 2011 9:31 AM, Herbert Sitz hes...@gmail.com wrote: I just formally pushed up a new version of VimOrganizer, an Org clone in Vim. This version is much closer

Re: [O] Video showing Jambunathan's ODT exporter

2011-11-04 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, This is some seriously cool functionality for Org that deserves wider exposure. Jambunathan's done a great job. Yep I tried it a few days ago and the results were nearly perfect. It's obviously not for everyone; I'm sure some Org users have no need for documents in a word processor and

[O] Change options of source code blocks on-the-fly for the later Latex export?

2011-11-08 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, I just trying minted and source code blocks do get nice formatted fontified output in LaTeX export #+source: test #+begin_src c :exports code /* Test */ int x = 10; #+end_src works fine. However, sometimes I would like to use different starting numbers for the line-numbers. The minted

[O] Beamer export of a subtree seems wrong.

2011-11-10 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, I recently started to prepare lecture notes in org mode. I used the example from Eric on worg as a template. Everything works well. I used the first headline level to define groups of slides, the second level are slide titels and so on. A full export to PDF looks like expected. However, I

[O] Renew export fields

2011-11-10 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi is there a way to renew or set export parameters specifically for a text block? I would like to change the date depending on which subtree I'm going to export. However the following way is not working. #+DATE: 08-11-2011 * level 1 #+DATE: 12-11-2011 * level 2 #+DATE: 15-11-2011 trying to export

Re: [O] org-mode using 100 CPU, weird note, or just too many of them?

2011-11-15 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Gijs just by chance because this was the reason for many other slow-downs. (Guess it is qualified for the FAQ already?!) Do you have the linum-mode activated? Getting line-numbers left side of the buffer? This does not play nice with org-mode folding, since it seems to recalculate the line

[O] bug: BEAMER_FRAME_LEVEL does not work on subtrees

2011-11-15 Thread Torsten Wagner
export is not taking care of the #+BEAMER_FRAME_LEVEL property correctly. But this would not explain why headlines are omitted. Please find attached a minimal example to reproduce this behaviour. Thanks Torsten #+TITLE: Export a subtree #+AUTHOR:Torsten Wagner #+EMAIL: #+DESCRIPTION

[O] BUG org-bibtex error for importing bibtex conference entries

2011-11-23 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, I was going to convert my bibtex file into an org-mode file. I receive an error message for conference entries. E.g. I can read in by org-bibtex-read @CONFERENCE{foo11, author = {foo, A. and faa, B}, title = {This is the title}, booktitle = {Proceeding of the 5th Org-mode conference},

Re: [O] BUG org-bibtex error for importing bibtex conference entries

2011-11-24 Thread Torsten Wagner
On 11/24/2011 05:09 PM, Nick Dokos wrote: Torsten Wagnertorsten.wag...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, I was going to convert my bibtex file into an org-mode file. I receive an error message for conference entries. E.g. I can read in by org-bibtex-read @CONFERENCE{foo11, author = {foo, A. and faa,

[O] Can't get column view working

2011-11-25 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, after I converted all my BibTeX stuff into a org-mode file, I thought I can create (for the first time) a column view to see nicely title, autors, year and bibtex-key. This would look very similar to Jabrefs table view, which I used before. I created the following line. #+COLUMNS: %25TITLE

Re: [O] Beamer export of a subtree seems wrong.

2011-11-27 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Eric, thanks for answering. Exporting a sub-tree does not work for beamer because of how org treats a sub-tree.  Basically, when compared with an export of the full file, all headings are promoted one level up with the top level heading taking on the role of the file enclosing the talk.

Re: [O] Can't get column view working

2011-11-27 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi again, could someone please confirm about the status of column view in the present git. I can't even get examples in worg working. All I get are long empty lines Any ideas Torsten On 25 November 2011 22:42, Torsten Wagner torsten.wag...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, after I converted all my

[O] org-bibtex does not work

2011-11-28 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi all, I finally converted all my BibTex references into a org file. Now I face the problem that I can't generate a BibTeX file. org-bibtex ask me for the filename and then it seems to be stuck in a infinite loop. Only way to get out of this is using C-g. The BibTeX file never appeared. setting

[O] [babel] noweb and results for ob-screen?

2011-12-17 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, recently I discovered babel in combination with screen. I really like it. However, I tried to use noweb but it seems not to work. Getting it working would allow to write tasks and arbitrary combine them to bigger tasks. I would be interested in results too. Would be nice to receive some

Re: [O] [babel] noweb and results for ob-screen?

2011-12-19 Thread Torsten Wagner
. Torsten On 12/17/2011 06:38 PM, Torsten Wagner wrote: Hi, recently I discovered babel in combination with screen. I really like it. However, I tried to use noweb but it seems not to work. Getting it working would allow to write tasks and arbitrary combine them to bigger tasks. I would

Re: [O] Org website for Japanese

2011-12-19 Thread Torsten Wagner
どうもありがとうございました。 Torsten On 12/15/2011 11:29 AM, Yagnesh wrote: Takaaki ISHIKAWAtak...@ieee.org writes: Dear all, I'm pleased to announce that Japanese translated Org website has been opened. http://orgmode.org/ja/ This looks cool. Thank you Ishikawa-san. Now I can recommend org to my

Re: [O] [babel] noweb and results for ob-screen?

2011-12-23 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Eric, thanks for pushing this up :) Well as far as I understood, ob-sh is at the final end (after org-babel did its job) a shell script which will be executed. ob-screen is an interactive connection to a screen session. Everything inside the source cgode block will be sent to this session.

Re: [O] Orthogonality of blocks

2011-12-27 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, just want to point out, there is orgs beamer support which can easily place blocks side by side. Worg has a tutorial about this. Torsten On Dec 28, 2011 8:30 AM, Nick Dokos nicholas.do...@hp.com wrote: Christian Moe m...@christianmoe.com wrote: On 12/27/11 9:37 PM, Eric Schulte wrote:

[O] [babel] noweb with ob-screen??

2011-12-29 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi this is a follow up on a early post. I try to get noweb working with ob-screen. I wrote several code blocks and named them. I finished with a code block which calls all other blocks using noweb notation adding to its header :noweb yes. I execute this block by C-c C-c but the noweb reference

Re: [O] About the use of PROPERTY meta lines...

2012-01-05 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hmm... but this point is really interesting at least worse to write down in the manual. From my understanding a #+PROPERTY: var bar=2 sets bar globally to 2 somewhere and many lines and headers later #+PROPERTY: var bar=5 would change this value to 5 for either the rest of the file or until a

Re: [Orgmode] Status google calendar sync

2011-01-29 Thread Torsten Wagner
Slightly OT perhaps, but I am contemplating getting an Android phone and figuring out how NOT to have my calendar on google, and would like to sync it with org. (Right now I've made a 0.1-hearted attempt to export org to ical and put it in mac calendar.) Are there ways to not sync with

Re: [Orgmode] Status google calendar sync

2011-01-31 Thread Torsten Wagner
So would it be possible to build a native emacs for android? I checked this a while ago and unfortunately emacs comes with a relatively large pack of dependencies. Android on the other side does not deliver many standard libraries. Xorg libc and afaik dbus are a few dependencies which are not

Re: [Orgmode] Status google calendar sync

2011-02-01 Thread Torsten Wagner
There is yet another possibility. Use ConnectBot to connect to a PC running Emacs (daemon). I use MobileOrg for task planning, todo lists etc. But when I write a longer text, I use ConnectBot started with the option 'emacsclient -t --eval (ibuffer)'. It is like having a native Emacs on the phone.

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

2011-02-03 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, maybe someone should contact the devs there and invite them (to come to this email list and/or vice versa). There is really some beauty in the idea to use dead simple command line tools to getting things fast and quickly done. On the other hand org-mode has so many useful functions. It

Re: [Orgmode] IMPORTANT: let's make the biggest gift of FLOSS history!

2011-02-03 Thread Torsten Wagner
Dear Bastien, you might consider to add a Flattr account for org-mode too. As far as I understood Flattr is a micorpayment system on a monthly base. People donate a monthly sum and this will be shared by the projects they marked (by click on a clever placed icon) over a month period. I

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

2011-02-03 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi John Actually, this comes down to the point which was discussed already sometimes. Creating a org-mode API which could be accessed from CLI-tools was well as from other programs (Thunderbird and Firfox plugins come to my mind but Conky and other programs might use it to extract data from

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

2011-02-03 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Marcelo, A CLI client would be nice, but IMHO, I don't think it would be faster than the operating org from emacs; perhaps for a couple of basic stuff, but I think that depends strongly on personal tastes. For me the most nicest part to have a CLI interface to org-mode would be the fact

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

2011-02-03 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Marcelo, Emacs can run as a dameon and as that you could access it via emacsclient. What is needed is a nice interface to allow to send simple requests to insert and fetch data from org-mode. Some of the org-mode function might do this already, however, I guess a decent layer which hides

Re: [Orgmode] Re: IMPORTANT: let's make the biggest gift of FLOSS history!

2011-02-03 Thread Torsten Wagner
The argument against it would be that it `reduces' the amount. Consider the case of micro-donors ... Well it seems the flattr people take 10%. Guess this is still fair and well documented on there website, they provide a certain service which cost money. Paypal and other payments methods

[Orgmode] Announce first mockup for org-server

2011-02-16 Thread Torsten Wagner
Software Foundation, Inc. ;; ;; Author: Torsten Wagner torsten dot wagner at gmail dot com ;; Keywords: server, mobile, web, network ;; Homepage: http://orgmode.org ;; Version: 7.4 ;; ;; This file is part of GNU Emacs. ;; ;; GNU Emacs is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify ;; it under

[Orgmode] How-to access org-mode data

2011-02-22 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, I try to extract certain information which are processed by org-mode. As an example the compiled agenda-list. Basically, I want to have certain parts of the agenda in a variable (or an array) instead of a buffer. I tried to follow org-agenda.el but this seems to be hard of a elisp

Re: [Orgmode] How-to access org-mode data

2011-02-22 Thread Torsten Wagner
Nevermind, I just found 'hacking' on worg might have some infos I could start with Torsten On 02/22/2011 09:40 PM, Torsten Wagner wrote: Hi, I try to extract certain information which are processed by org-mode. As an example the compiled agenda-list. Basically, I want to have certain parts

[Orgmode][babel] How to add results to text inline?

2011-02-22 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, guess this is a FAQ or at least a stupid question. However, I read along worg and wasn't able to find a solution. I would like to add the result of a source code block in some text paragraph. ---start--mini-example #+source:my_formula(my_parameter='1') #+begin_src python :results

Re: [Orgmode][babel] How to add results to text inline?

2011-02-23 Thread Torsten Wagner
#Structure-of-code-blocks Hth, Andreas Am 23.02.2011 06:55, schrieb Torsten Wagner: Hi, guess this is a FAQ or at least a stupid question. However, I read along worg and wasn't able to find a solution. I would like to add the result of a source code block in some text paragraph. ---start--mini

[Orgmode][babel] How-to realise a simplified usage scenario?

2011-02-24 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, I tried to use org-babel (particular with python) several times. However, I always struggled with the amount of options and it take me long time to get it right. I would like to describe my personal perfect scenario and hope that some of those points could find a way into babel.

Re: [Orgmode][babel] How-to realise a simplified usage scenario?

2011-02-28 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Eric, you are right. All this was just pseudo code to show how I guess it could look like not a request to implement it that way. As I said I'm aware that many of the mentioned tasks could be done by org-babel already. I'm a (not very frequent) org-babel user of the first hour. Please let

Re: [Orgmode] Splitting mailing list

2011-02-28 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi, the same discussion was started a few month ago. Basically, at that time there was quickly some argument to drop [Orgmode] tag in the subject and try to reduce the tags to a certain amount. Basically, I can't see any logical reason to keep [Orgmode] since this is a org-mode list. Esp.,

Re: [O] IMPORTANT: please update your email filters

2011-02-28 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Bastien, should this announcement not using the old tag? Just to avoid that the mail get lost due to still old filter rules? Just an idea from good old amateur radio days. You have to announce the change of frequency on the old frequency ;) Torsten On Feb 28, 2011 7:57 PM, Bastien

[O] How-to evaluate Java-snippets in org-mode/org-babel?

2011-07-05 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi all, I need to evaluate many small java snippets. I tried to do this in org-mode but so fare it didn't work out. org-babel seems to have no java support ? I can put the snippets in #BEGIN_SRC #END_SRC brackets which works nice for archiving and reporting. I can even call them in there

Re: [O] How-to evaluate Java-snippets in org-mode/org-babel?

2011-07-06 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Eric, Somehow I was pretty sure you would answer ;) I tried your example and it work great so far. I have three points which I would like to discuss 1. I thought it might be nice to declare the package and class name for the java-stuff as variable in a property node then I could do

Re: [O] How-to evaluate Java-snippets in org-mode/org-babel?

2011-07-06 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Jason, My guess is that if you want to execute it directly within org, the thing to do is to run it in beanshell[1], like JDEE does. I'm not really familiar enough with org-babel to tell you how to go about doing that, though. Maybe this works nice too. However, so fare Erics solution

Re: [O] How-to evaluate Java-snippets in org-mode/org-babel?

2011-07-06 Thread Torsten Wagner
But honestly, getting everything set up for your environment for it to actually work right is a pain and three quarters. +1 I tried to use JDEE. It was crazy complex to set-up and at some point I gave up. It seems Java support under emacs got a bit weak. @Eric.. well I never used Java much.

Re: [O] org-odt and bibliography

2011-07-07 Thread Torsten Wagner
There is jabref [1]. A standalone Java application, which uses the bib-format as native solution. Thus it could play nicely with org-mode. Since it will still remain all in a bib file. The feature set is already outstanding compared to many other solutions. There is a emacs interaction as

Re: [O] Python script to download Google Calendar events

2011-07-12 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Felix, Small disclaimer: I've tested this on Mac OS X only, using Python 2.7.2. It took me a while to get the gpg part working but now its working nicely :) I had to remove -no-tty for some reason. getting from authinfo = os.popen('gpg -q -no-tty -d ~/org/google_passwd.org.gpg').read() to

Re: [O] How-to evaluate Java-snippets in org-mode/org-babel?

2011-07-13 Thread Torsten Wagner
Hi Eric, You probably don't want to pass the body of a code block to a lisp function as quoting will become a nightmare, however passing the name to a lisp block may be reasonable. I would suggest that rather than implementing this behavior in a code block you take a look at starting a

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