1 Sep 02:52 2008

### Re: org-plot (generating graphs from org-mode)

Thanks for the feedback, much appreciated.  A new version of org-plot is
up on the git repo http://github.com/eschulte/org-plot/tree/master

"William Henney" <whenney <at> gmail.com> writes:
> *** [2008-08-28 Thu] Finding the table to plot
>     =org-plot/goto-nearest-table= searches backward first, which means
>     that if point is located in an options line for a following table,
>     then it will find the previous table instead. This is usually
>     undesired.

I changed this so it no longer looks backwards

> *** [2008-08-28 Thu] Columns with multi-word text
>     Consider the following table:
>
> #+PLOT: title:"Citas" ind:0 deps:(3) type:2d with:histograms set:"yrange [0:]"
>     | Sede      | Max cites | H-index |
>     |-----------+-----------+---------|
>     | Chile     |    257.72 |   21.39 |
>     | Leeds     |    165.77 |   19.68 |
>     | São Paolo |     71.00 |   11.50 |
>     | Stockholm |    134.19 |   14.33 |
>     | Morelia   |    257.56 |   17.67 |
>
>     In theory, this should plot the third column. However, the data
>     point for São Paolo comes from the second column
>     instead. Presumably this is because of the embedded space in "Sõo
>     Paolo". If I replace it with a unicode non-breaking space,


1 Sep 09:28 2008

### Re: org mode message: "Specified time is not representable"

Hi

I am not able to reproduce this.

- Carsten

On Aug 23, 2008, at 7:27 PM, bostjanv <at> alum.mit.edu wrote:

> Hello,
> Am using Emacs under Windows XP (see below) and org mode version
> 6.05b.
>
> I get the message in the subject when I click on a time stamp which
> seems perfectly OK. As a test I took the following .org file
>
> ** TODO <1973-07-28 Sat +1y> 1
> ** TODO <1908-07-06 Mon +1y> 2 *
> ** TODO <1912-04-26 Fri +1y> 3  *
> ** TODO <1943-01-16 Sat +1y> 4  *
> ** TODO <1979-04-11 Wed +1y> 5
> ** TODO <1970-06-11 Thu +1y> 6
> ** TODO <1976-08-07 Sat +1y> 7
> ** TODO <1941-06-19 Thu +1y> 8 *
> ** TODO <1920-08-20 Fri +1y> 9  *
> ** TODO <1994-08-24 Wed +1y> 10
> ** TODO <2005-09-03 Sat +1y> 11
> ** TODO <1965-11-10 Wed +1y> 12  *
> ** TODO <1987-11-21 Sat +1y> 13
> ** TODO <2007-06-15 Fri +1y> 14
> ** TODO <2001-05-19 Sat +1y> 15


1 Sep 09:47 2008

### Re: Export error

Hi Yann,

this must mean that you are using an outdated version of org-export-
latex.el with a new version of org-exp.el.  You need to make sure
that your complete installation is up to date.

- Carsten

On Aug 20, 2008, at 8:20 PM, Yann Tambouret wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I'm getting a weird error, printed below, when trying to export to
> latex. I don't seem to get anything when I try to export to
> postscript, and I assume these are related. It seems to be looking
> for org-cleaned-string-for-export, which I've found in older
> versions of org-mode, but I can't seem to find at all in the current
> version (I'm using the development version, I think). Can anyone
> suggest a way to test where org-mode is being loaded from or a way
> to track this error? I'm guessing I've messed up the install, or
> reinstall rather.
>
> Thanks,
> Yann
>
> org-export-latex-content: Symbol's function definition is void: org-
> cleaned-string-for-export
>
>
> _______________________________________________


1 Sep 11:34 2008

### Re: Unsubscribe Message

Hi David,

oooops, thanks for letting me know.

- Carsten

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>
> FYI to the admin of this list:
>
>  I unsubscribed my current address in favor of this one and got the
> following message:
>
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> stay.
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>
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1 Sep 11:31 2008

### Re: org-remember : auto template selection


On Aug 31, 2008, at 4:31 PM, Richard G Riley wrote:

>
> Can someone give an example of org-remember being forced into using a
> predefined template instead of prompting?
>
> e.g I have a template
>
> ("Web-Link" ?w "* %^{Title|%:description} %^g\n  :PROPERTIES:
> \n  :Entered: %U\n  :END: \n  - title: %:title\n  - link: %:link\n
> - Quote:\n    %:region\n  - End Quote\n\n  %?\n" "weblinks.org"
>
> But
>
> (org-remember "w")
>
> Still prompts as does
>
> (org-remember ?w)
>
> org-version: 6.06b

(org-remember nil ?w)

HTH

- Carsten



1 Sep 13:20 2008

### Re: org-annotation-helper


On Sun, 31 Aug 2008 12:19:23 +0200, "Richard G Riley"
>
> caveat : I do not know if this is optimal or even recommended but it now
> works for me.
>
> I have modified the code a little to remove hex from the actual link. > I have "boxquoted" all code so you will
need to remove that.
>
> firefox/iceweasel : To set up the bookmark link, simple create a new
> book mark called "remember" in firefox and make this the location
> code:
>
> ,----
> |
> javascript:location.href='remember://%20'+location.href+'%1C'+escape(document.title)+'%1C'+escape(window.getSelection())
> ----

I have a slightly different link, which works too:

javascript:location.href='remember://'+location.href+'::remember::'+escape(document.title)+'::remember::'+escape(window.getSelection())

On the subject of org-annotation-helper, the code has this comment about
%a:

> |         ;; FIXME can't access %a in the template -- how to set
> annotation? (raise-frame)

While I was trying to make this work, using a slightly earlier version,


1 Sep 13:27 2008

### Re: org-annotation-helper


On Sep 1, 2008, at 1:20 PM, Peter Westlake wrote:

>
> On Sun, 31 Aug 2008 12:19:23 +0200, "Richard G Riley"
>>
>> caveat : I do not know if this is optimal or even recommended but
>> it now
>> works for me.
>>
>> I have modified the code a little to remove hex from the actual
>> link. > I have "boxquoted" all code so you will need to remove that.
>>
>> firefox/iceweasel : To set up the bookmark link, simple create a new
>> book mark called "remember" in firefox and make this the location
>> code:
>>
>> ,----
>> |
>> javascript:location.href='remember://%20'+location.href
>> +'%1C'+escape(document.title)+'%1C'+escape(window.getSelection())
>> ----
>
> I have a slightly different link, which works too:
>
> javascript:location.href='remember://'+location.href
> +'::remember::'+escape(document.title)
> +'::remember::'+escape(window.getSelection())
>


1 Sep 13:35 2008

### Re: org-annotation-helper

On Mon, 1 Sep 2008 13:27:18 +0200, "Carsten Dominik"
<dominik <at> science.uva.nl> said:

> > On the subject of org-annotation-helper, the code has this comment
> >
> >> |         ;; FIXME can't access %a in the template -- how to set
> >> annotation? (raise-frame)
> >
> > While I was trying to make this work, using a slightly earlier
> > version, I found that the %a would work if I had an active region
> > selected at the time. Before I could find out how to make a region
> > active, or stop it being needed, I found the new version of the
> > code, and now I use
> > %:region. But it would be interesting to know why org-mode tests for
> > there being an active region; it seems to do it quite a lot. You
> > need an active region to convert a table with C-c |, for instance.
> > Carsten, is there any reason why it works this way?
>
> Hi Peter,
>
> how else should Org know the range of lines to convert? Or maybe I

If I use C-space to place the mark at the beginning of the table, and
move point to the end, then the region covers the table, and I would
expect C-c | to operate on the region. Instead, it ignores the region
and asks what size table to make. If I highlight a region using the
mouse, then it works.



1 Sep 15:19 2008

### org-export-sweave

Hello!

Sweave is a preprocessing step that can be applied to LaTeX files that
contain code written in the S or R programming languages.  Sweave allows
authors to embed their statistical analyses in body of their LaTeX
articles, enabling what I find to be a very nice style of literate
programming.  It seems to me like org currently has all of the
functionality needed to be a top-notch Sweave authoring environment, but
I can't get the pieces to work correctly together.  So this is both a
feature request and a request for implementation advice.

I'm hoping that it will be possible to add an option for exporting
Sweave blocks from org mode.  A Sweave block in LaTeX looks like

% NB:  options are comma separated, spaces are optional
\begin{Scode}{opt1=foo, opt2=bar,opt3=baz}
a <- 3
a
\end{Scode}

Right now I can easily get this exported using

#+LATEX: \begin{Scode}{opt1=foo, opt2=bar,opt3=baz}
a <- 3
a
#+LATEX: \end{Scode}

But I would also like to be able to use the native editing mode for
writing the code, as happens in #+BEGIN_SRC blocks. I can't currently
get a combination of #+BEGIN_SRC and #+LATEX blocks to work.


1 Sep 08:48 2008

### Automatic scanning of folder structure and generating links

Hi,
I am curious if it is possible to have org scan a directory and reflect
its structure as links within a org file.
For example:
If I have a directory like
Documents/References
Documents/Material
Documents/Material/Course Details
Documents/Material/Projects

I would like to add a hook to org mode that will call some function that
will modify a section I have marked within the org file to scan
Documents to look like the following
* [[file:~/Documents/References/][References]]
* [[file:~/Documents/Material/][Material]]
** [[file:~/Documents/Material/Course Details][Material]]
** [[file:~/Documents/Material/Projects][Material]]

I know I can use dired mode. But I have a feeling this in org mode will
make it more accessible.

--

--
Antano Solar John
Consultant & Trainer (Web 2.0,Networks,VOIP)

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