Michael Olson | 1 Jul 16:24 2007
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Re: Interwiki links with #anchors ?

Paul Lussier <p.lussier <at> comcast.net> writes:

> Hmm, something seems wrong.  This works:
>
>   InterWiki::SomePage#thisAnchor
>
> But this does not:
>
>   [[InterWiki::SomePage#thisAnchor][An anchor on Some Page]]
>
> The former puts me right on the the anchor text as expected.  The
> latter merely gets me to the right file, but not on the anchor itself.
>
> Still, it's an improvement over the previous behavior!

Thanks for the report.  This is fixed now.

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Paul Lussier <p.lussier <at> comcast.net> writes:

> Hmm, something seems wrong.  This works:
>
>   InterWiki::SomePage#thisAnchor
>
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Michael Olson | 1 Jul 16:29 2007
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Re: Possible problem of Muse publishing

"Guo Wei-Wei" <wwguocn <at> gmail.com> writes:

> Dear all,
>
> I meet a problem with project publishing. It seems only one Muse page
> can be published in my project.
>
> Here is my directory structure:
>
> studio
>   |--welcome.muse
>   |
>   |--blogs
>   |    |--wikiindex.muse
>   |    |--emacs
>   |    |--gentoo
>   |
>   |--plans
>
> And here is all my Muse configs:

There are several errors here.  I'll point them out.

> ((require 'muse-mode)

Should be:

(require 'muse-mode)

> (require 'muse-wiki)
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Michael Olson | 1 Jul 16:26 2007
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Re: url-and-desc problem

Jean Magnan de Bornier <jean <at> bornier.net> writes:

> Le 28 juin à 12:58:48 Paul Lussier <p.lussier <at> comcast.net> écrit notamment:
>
> | Jean Magnan de Bornier <jean <at> bornier.net> writes:
>>
> | > Hi all,
> | > When using the markup-string "url-and-desc" I encounter a problem with
> | > latex and associated styles (including contex which is based on latex
> | > style): here is what emacs says (and nothing more happens):
> | >
> | > Warning (muse): An error occurred while publishing lasttrad: (wrong-number-of-arguments
#[(target old new) .	
> | > #. [old new target replace-regexp-in-string] 4] 4)
> | >
> | > "url" alone works as usual; it is strange because it used to work like a
> | > charm; but switching to the last version yesterday I got this error.
> | > TIA
>>
> | I think this may be what I'm seeing when I try using the new interwiki
> | link and anchor support as well.  For example:
>>
> |   InterWiki::Link#anchor
>>
> | Works fine as expected, but if I try doing:
>>
> |   [[InterWiki::Link#anchor][Description of Link]]
>>
> | it fails.
>
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Guo Wei-Wei | 1 Jul 17:52 2007
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Re: Possible problem of Muse publishing

That's the point. Thank you!

2007/7/1, Michael Olson <mwolson <at> gnu.org>:
> (setq muse-project-alist
>
> >       '(
>
> Should be:
>
> `(
>
> [a backtick rather than a single quote, needed since you are using the
> ", <at> (...)" construct]
>
> Everything else seems to be OK.
>
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Jean Magnan de Bornier | 1 Jul 18:26 2007
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Re: url-and-desc problem

Le 01 juillet à 16:26:08 Michael Olson <mwolson <at> gnu.org> écrit notamment:

| Jean Magnan de Bornier <jean <at> bornier.net> writes:
>
| > Le 28 juin à 12:58:48 Paul Lussier <p.lussier <at> comcast.net> écrit notamment:
| >
| > | Jean Magnan de Bornier <jean <at> bornier.net> writes:
| >>
| > | > Hi all,
| > | > When using the markup-string "url-and-desc" I encounter a problem with
| > | > latex and associated styles (including contex which is based on latex
| > | > style): here is what emacs says (and nothing more happens):
| > | >
| > | > Warning (muse): An error occurred while publishing lasttrad: (wrong-number-of-arguments
#[(target old new) .	
| > | > #. [old new target replace-regexp-in-string] 4] 4)
| > | >
| > | > "url" alone works as usual; it is strange because it used to work like a
| > | > charm; but switching to the last version yesterday I got this error.
| > | > TIA
| >>
| > | I think this may be what I'm seeing when I try using the new interwiki
| > | link and anchor support as well.  For example:
| >>
| > |   InterWiki::Link#anchor
| >>
| > | Works fine as expected, but if I try doing:
| >>
| > |   [[InterWiki::Link#anchor][Description of Link]]
| >>
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Jean Magnan de Bornier | 1 Jul 18:33 2007
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Problem with the cite-tag

hi all,
A strange problem occurs every time I launch emacs and muse; of course
muse-publish.el is loaded, but when I publish a file containing the cite
tag I get that:
....................................
Debugger entered--Lisp error: (invalid-function muse-publish-get-and-delete-attr)
  muse-publish-get-and-delete-attr("type" (("type" . "year")))
  muse-publish-cite-tag(1652 #<marker at 1657 in  *muse-temp*<2>> (("type" . "year")))
  apply(muse-publish-cite-tag (1652 #<marker at 1657 in  *muse-temp*<2>> (("type" . "year"))))
  muse-publish-markup-tag()
...................................
and what is strange (to me) is that if I open the file muse-publish.el,
select the region where muse-cite-tag is defined and "evaluate-region",
then everything goes well after that.

I do have a muse-publish.elc also, and up-to-date!
??
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Michael Olson | 1 Jul 21:59 2007
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Re: Problem with the cite-tag

Jean Magnan de Bornier <jean <at> bornier.net> writes:

> hi all,
> A strange problem occurs every time I launch emacs and muse; of course
> muse-publish.el is loaded, but when I publish a file containing the cite
> tag I get that:
> ....................................
> Debugger entered--Lisp error: (invalid-function muse-publish-get-and-delete-attr)
>   muse-publish-get-and-delete-attr("type" (("type" . "year")))
>   muse-publish-cite-tag(1652 #<marker at 1657 in  *muse-temp*<2>> (("type" . "year")))
>   apply(muse-publish-cite-tag (1652 #<marker at 1657 in  *muse-temp*<2>> (("type" . "year"))))
>   muse-publish-markup-tag()
> ...................................
> and what is strange (to me) is that if I open the file muse-publish.el,
> select the region where muse-cite-tag is defined and "evaluate-region",
> then everything goes well after that.

I've checked in a fix.

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Jean Magnan de Bornier <jean <at> bornier.net> writes:

> hi all,
> A strange problem occurs every time I launch emacs and muse; of course
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Hadron | 2 Jul 00:24 2007

repeat : publish.


I apologise for this repeat post - my first is queued for approval
saying I was not subscribed. This should go right through?

my muse project definition is as so:

,----
| (require 'muse-project)  ; publish files in projects
| 
| (setq muse-project-alist
|       '(
| 	("Tasks"
| 	 ("~/Plans" ;; where your Planner pages are located
| 	  :default "TaskPool" ;; use value of `planner-default-page'
| 	  :major-mode planner-mode
| 	  :visit-link planner-visit-link)
| 	 (:base "planner-html"
| 		;; where files are published to
| 		;; (the value of `planner-publishing-directory', if
| 		;;  you have a configuration for an older version
| 		;;  of Planner)
| 		:path "~/public_html/Tasks")
| 	 (:base "html" :path "~/public_html")
|          (:base "pdf" :path "~/public_html/pdf")
| 	 )
| 	("proj1"
| 	 ("~/Books/proj1" ;; where your Planner pages are located
| 	  :default "proj1.muse" ;; use value of `planner-default-page'
| 	  :major-mode planner-mode
| 	  :visit-link planner-visit-link)
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Dave Bauer | 2 Jul 00:52 2007

Planner? Adding tasks from a shell script

Hi is it OK to discuss planner here? The planner-el list seems
inactive and I used to get many messages from the emacs wiki list, but
not lately.

Here is my crazy idea. I'd like to be able to execute a script that
will add a task to a certain page.

So I would type someting like
planner-create-task.sh "Task Description" "2007-06-19" "Page"
And this would magically work :)
So I'd like to probably run emacs in server mode then connect with an
emacsclient and execute that script which would add the task and
update any task pages I have open that are affected.

What I need to know is if this is possible :)

Background Information:
I use Unbuntu and I am jealous of the application called Quicksilver
for OS X. Gnome-launch-box is the beginning of a clone. The basic idea
is to be able to add tasks from anywhere not just inside emacs. I
don't use emacs for everything (!) so I need to be able to quickly
select some text in another application and turn it into a task. If I
could execute a shell script to do this, that would be very handy.

Alternatively if someone knows of an easy way to make my
Desktop/Window Manager switch to emacs, no matter where it is, virtual
desktop etc. that would be almost as useful and alot easier to get
started.

Thanks!
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Michael Olson | 2 Jul 02:10 2007
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Re: repeat : publish.

Hadron <hadronquark <at> googlemail.com> writes:

> When, I muse-publish-this-file in emacs, why do I get prompted for the
> current directory as destination for my selected pdf publish type? I
> assumed that the 
>
> (:base "pdf" :path "~/public_html/pdf")
>
> would tell muse where the pdf is to go?

You have to do M-x muse-project-publish-this-file instead, which is C-c
C-t.

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Hadron <hadronquark <at> googlemail.com> writes:

> When, I muse-publish-this-file in emacs, why do I get prompted for the
> current directory as destination for my selected pdf publish type? I
> assumed that the 
>
> (:base "pdf" :path "~/public_html/pdf")
>
> would tell muse where the pdf is to go?

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