Re: [O] org-megaup

2019-08-31 Thread Jean-Christophe Helary
Thank you Nick for the help.

It looks like I some kind of interference between the built-in org-mode and the 
most recent package available in melpa. Everything is fixed now.

> On Aug 31, 2019, at 4:42, Nick Dokos  wrote:
> 
> Jean-Christophe Helary  writes:
> 
>> When I use org-megaup I get a "Invalid function:
>> org-preserve-local-variables" is there a way to fix that ?
>> 
> 
> org-megaup is not defined AFAICT - do you mean `org-metaup'?
> 
> If not, disregard the rest of this message.
> 
> If yes, I don't see any problems, so you might want to provide the
> context (e.g. are trying to move subtrees up, move table rows up or
> move items in a list up?) Check also the value of `org-metaup-hook' to
> see if something weird crept in there.
> 
> If it happens regardless of context, I would edebug the org-metaup
> function and see where the error message comes from - BTW,
> org-preserve-local-variables is a macro, not a function (so that might
> have something to do with it), defined in org-macs.el. If your setup
> is curdled, that might not be loaded, so try `(load-library org-macs)`
> and see if that resolves if: if it does, then you have to figure out
> whether there is something wrong with your setup (if it doesn't load
> that file automatically) or how it got curdled (if it does).
> 
> -- 
> Nick
> 
> "There are only two hard problems in computer science: cache
> invalidation, naming things, and off-by-one errors." -Martin Fowler
> 
> 

Jean-Christophe Helary
---
http://mac4translators.blogspot.com @brandelune





Re: [O] org-megaup

2019-08-30 Thread Jean-Christophe Helary


> On Aug 31, 2019, at 4:42, Nick Dokos  wrote:
> 
> Jean-Christophe Helary  writes:
> 
>> When I use org-megaup I get a "Invalid function:
>> org-preserve-local-variables" is there a way to fix that ?
>> 
> 
> org-megaup is not defined AFAICT - do you mean `org-metaup'?

Yes, thank you. I'll check everything you wrote this we.

Jean-Christophe

> If not, disregard the rest of this message.
> 
> If yes, I don't see any problems, so you might want to provide the
> context (e.g. are trying to move subtrees up, move table rows up or
> move items in a list up?) Check also the value of `org-metaup-hook' to
> see if something weird crept in there.
> 
> If it happens regardless of context, I would edebug the org-metaup
> function and see where the error message comes from - BTW,
> org-preserve-local-variables is a macro, not a function (so that might
> have something to do with it), defined in org-macs.el. If your setup
> is curdled, that might not be loaded, so try `(load-library org-macs)`
> and see if that resolves if: if it does, then you have to figure out
> whether there is something wrong with your setup (if it doesn't load
> that file automatically) or how it got curdled (if it does).
> 
> -- 
> Nick
> 
> "There are only two hard problems in computer science: cache
> invalidation, naming things, and off-by-one errors." -Martin Fowler

Jean-Christophe Helary
---
http://mac4translators.blogspot.com @brandelune




Re: [O] org-megaup

2019-08-30 Thread Nick Dokos
Jean-Christophe Helary  writes:

> When I use org-megaup I get a "Invalid function:
> org-preserve-local-variables" is there a way to fix that ?
>

org-megaup is not defined AFAICT - do you mean `org-metaup'?

If not, disregard the rest of this message.

If yes, I don't see any problems, so you might want to provide the
context (e.g. are trying to move subtrees up, move table rows up or
move items in a list up?) Check also the value of `org-metaup-hook' to
see if something weird crept in there.

If it happens regardless of context, I would edebug the org-metaup
function and see where the error message comes from - BTW,
org-preserve-local-variables is a macro, not a function (so that might
have something to do with it), defined in org-macs.el. If your setup
is curdled, that might not be loaded, so try `(load-library org-macs)`
and see if that resolves if: if it does, then you have to figure out
whether there is something wrong with your setup (if it doesn't load
that file automatically) or how it got curdled (if it does).

-- 
Nick

"There are only two hard problems in computer science: cache
invalidation, naming things, and off-by-one errors." -Martin Fowler