Bastien | 1 Nov 03:05 2007

Re: Re: using orgmode for latex articles

Fabian Braennstroem <f.braennstroem <at> gmx.de> writes:

>> Since I don't need to do complex stuff with LaTeX formatting, and
>> since I can also use RefTeX in conjunction with Org, then the LaTeX
>> exporter is often enough for me.  I guess scientific writing might
>> require a different approach.
>
> Sounds good to me, especially the possible reftex interaction sounds
> great.  But I assume labeling, references and e.g. footnotes don't
> work!? Maybe you use a special configuration for the interaction?

You can use all this.  

Try combining org-mode and reftex-mode, and start using C-c ( and C-c [
(from reftex-mode) --- it will insert labels and references.  The LaTeX
exporter should handle them correctly.

As for footnotes, org-export-latex.el should also be able to convert
them.

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Thomas Baumann | 1 Nov 11:22 2007
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Bug: table calculation broken again

Hi Carsten and others who might help,

I thought this had been solved in between but somehow

|------------+------+----+------+--------|
| 26.10.2007 | Cost | 68 | 0.30 | 110.40 |
|------------+------+----+------+--------|
|            | Sum  |    |      | 110.40 |
#+TBLFM: $5=$3*$4;%.2f:: <at> 2$5=vsum( <at> I.. <at> II);%.2f

won't work (I almost sent an incorrect invoice ...) whereas

|       Test | tt   | tt |      |       |
|------------+------+----+------+-------|
| 26.10.2007 | Cost | 68 | 0.30 | 20.40 |
|------------+------+----+------+-------|
|            | Sum  |    |      | 20.40 |
#+TBLFM: $5=$3*$4;%.2f:: <at> 3$5=vsum( <at> I.. <at> II);%.2f

works fine.

Orgmode is 5.13h

And again, thanks for this wonderful extension.

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Leo | 1 Nov 17:09 2007
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void-function remember-buffer

Hi there,

I am getting an error in latest Emacs CVS as follows. Does anyone have a
fix?

Debugger entered--Lisp error: (void-function remember-buffer)
  remember-buffer()
  funcall(remember-buffer)
  (let ((org-note-abort t)) (funcall org-finish-function))
  (if (not org-finish-function) (call-interactively (quote show-branches)) (let (...) (funcall org-finish-function)))
  org-kill-note-or-show-branches()
  call-interactively(org-kill-note-or-show-branches)

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Leo | 1 Nov 17:17 2007
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Re: void-function remember-buffer

On 2007-11-01 16:09 +0000, Leo wrote:
> Hi there,
>
> I am getting an error in latest Emacs CVS as follows. Does anyone have a
> fix?
>
> Debugger entered--Lisp error: (void-function remember-buffer)
>   remember-buffer()
>   funcall(remember-buffer)
>   (let ((org-note-abort t)) (funcall org-finish-function))
>   (if (not org-finish-function) (call-interactively (quote show-branches)) (let (...) (funcall org-finish-function)))
>   org-kill-note-or-show-branches()
>   call-interactively(org-kill-note-or-show-branches)
>
> Thanks,

Apparently, remember.el bundled with Emacs CVS has been changed. And the
function 'remember-buffer' is no more.

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Bastien | 1 Nov 18:31 2007

Re: Re: void-function remember-buffer

Leo <sdl.web <at> gmail.com> writes:

>> Debugger entered--Lisp error: (void-function remember-buffer)
>>   remember-buffer()
>>   funcall(remember-buffer)
>>   (let ((org-note-abort t)) (funcall org-finish-function))
>>   (if (not org-finish-function) (call-interactively (quote show-branches)) (let (...) (funcall org-finish-function)))
>>   org-kill-note-or-show-branches()
>>   call-interactively(org-kill-note-or-show-branches)
>>
>> Thanks,
>
> Apparently, remember.el bundled with Emacs CVS has been changed. And
> the function 'remember-buffer' is no more.

Did you explicitely required the remember.el package somewhere in your
configuration?  I think Emacs maintainers plan to remove some autoloads
in remember.el, not the function themselves...

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Leo | 1 Nov 17:46 2007
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Re: void-function remember-buffer


Hi Bastien,

On 2007-11-01 17:31 +0000, Bastien wrote:
> Leo <sdl.web <at> gmail.com> writes:
>
>>> Debugger entered--Lisp error: (void-function remember-buffer)
>>>   remember-buffer()
>>>   funcall(remember-buffer)
>>>   (let ((org-note-abort t)) (funcall org-finish-function))
>>>   (if (not org-finish-function) (call-interactively (quote show-branches)) (let (...) (funcall org-finish-function)))
>>>   org-kill-note-or-show-branches()
>>>   call-interactively(org-kill-note-or-show-branches)
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>
>> Apparently, remember.el bundled with Emacs CVS has been changed. And
>> the function 'remember-buffer' is no more.
>
> Did you explicitely required the remember.el package somewhere in your
> configuration?  I think Emacs maintainers plan to remove some autoloads
> in remember.el, not the function themselves...

No. But I check through remember.el in Emacs and there is no function
'remember-buffer' which org.el in Emacs explicitly used.

I think fixes are needed to make org.el work with remember.el in Emacs.

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Richard G Riley | 1 Nov 23:15 2007

jumping to category


I have

 (setq org-remember-templates
   (quote (
	   (?t "* TODO %?\n  %u\n %i\n %a\n" "~/org/todo.org" "Tasks")
           (?n "* %U %?" "~/org/notes.org" "Notes")
           (?f "* %U %^{Title}\n %i\n %a\n" "~/org/todo.org" "FaceBook")
           (?l "* %U %^{Title}\n %i\n %a\n" "~/org/todo.org" "Linux")
           (?e "* %U %^{Title}\n %i\n %a\n" "~/org/todo.org" "Emacs")
           (?v "* %U %^{Title}\n %i\n %a\n" "~/org/todo.org" "Vocab")
           (?R "* %U %^{Title}\n %i\n %a\n" "~/org/register.org" "Register")
           (?r "* %U %^{Title}\n %i\n %a\n" "~/org/todo.org" "Remember")
	   (?j "* %U %^{Title}\n %i\n %a\n" "~/org/todo.org" "Journal")
	   (?L "* %U %^{Title}\n %i\n %a\n" "~/org/todo.org" "Links")
	   )
	  )

where register.org is a list of personal stuff including passwords etc
so I have it protected with different file permissions to the normal
todo.org file.

Whats the best way to get to register.org from my agenda or my general
todo.org file? is there some built in "jump to other org file" utility I can
customise similar to one key tag commands?

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Richard G Riley | 2 Nov 01:51 2007

switching between todo groups


I have

#+SEQ_TODO: TODO(t) WAITING(w <at> ) INPROGRESS(p <at> ) | DONE(d) CANCELLED(x <at> ) DELEGATED(l <at> )
#+SEQ_TODO: TODO(t) | DONE(d)

but C-S-right doesn't switch to the new group. The status
line however shows it stays in "group 1/2" but I cant get it into group
2.

The documentation states that its better to have all different keywords.

If I dont have a same keyword

#+SEQ_TODO: TODO(t) WAITING(w <at> ) INPROGRESS(p <at> ) | DONE(d) CANCELLED(x <at> ) DELEGATED(l <at> )
#+SEQ_TODO: apple(a) | orange(d)

it works as documented.

Will it be possible to have same state names in different groups at some
stage? e.g Most "Subsequence" (to use a word from the info file) would
have a Done state I would think.

Version 5.13h

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Richard G Riley | 2 Nov 02:15 2007

Include other files?


Due to permissions and security issues I wish to spread my tasks over
separate files.

Is it possible to maybe "include" header files which have to org
directives?

e.g I might like to share the following between two different org
files:

common.inc:

#+SEQ_TODO: TODO(t) WAITING(w <at> ) INPROGRESS(p <at> ) | DONE(d) CANCELLED(x <at> ) DELEGATED(l <at> )
#+SEQ_TODO: apple(a) | orange(d)

todo.org:

#+include common.inc

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T. V. Raman | 2 Nov 04:29 2007
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multiple authors in html export:

#+AUTHOR: a,b

produces the right thing.

However 
#+EMAIL:a <at> example.com,b <at> example.com
produces a single mailtoURL
that is incorrect --- how does one create multiple EMAIL links?

Creating multiple #+EMAIL: lines ends up picking the last one.

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