Andreas Burtzlaff | 1 Apr 03:12 2009
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Re: [ANN] org-fstree 0.2

Hello Alan,

I think you overlooked one aspect of org-fstree.
If you place a link to a file in the org file (outside the region
between BEGIN_FSTREE and END_FSTREE), e.g:

* Some note [[file:foobar][foobar]]      :someTag:

then this heading will show up behind the file in the fstree as a link
back:

#+BEGIN_FSTREE: some_path

...
** [ ] foobar { [[* Some note][Some note]] }     :someTag:
...

#+END_FSTREE

I see that it could in some cases be comfortable to add notes directly
at the file's entry and make them persistent on update. I might write a
function that automatically inserts a heading for the currently selected
file outside the fstree block, if time allows.

I'm looking for a better way to display those links and possibly also
the content of the headings and am happy to receive new ideas. I tried the
column view, but properties that contain links are displayed as text.

Andreas

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Eraldo Helal | 1 Apr 01:13 2009
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Re: hide current heading



On Wed, Apr 1, 2009 at 00:41, Matthew Lundin <Matthew.Lundin <at> valpo.edu> wrote:

Eraldo Helal <admin <at> eraldo.at> writes:

> On Tue, Mar 31, 2009 at 22:11, Deric Bytes <dericbytes <at> gmail.com>
> wrote:
>
>     I know you can hide the current content when on the heading by
>     pressing TAB.
>
>     Is there a way to do this when the cursor is within the content of
>     the heading.
>
> I have to admint, that I was looking for this too. (There is just so
> much new stuff to me that I decided to wait some time)
>
>     Can you close all other heading, whilst still keeping current
>     heading
>     open and without moving the cursor

I believe the easiest way to do this is to type C-c p TAB. (C-c p moves
to the next headline above the cursor.

> Is there also a way to close the parent tree (if on one of its
> contents)
> e.g. close Projects tree while cursor is on project2.
>
> * Projects
> ** project1
> ** project2
> ** project3

For this, you could use C-c u TAB. (C-c u moves up to the next headling
level).

Matt

C-c u => I get: C-c u is undefined

version 6.24trans

I could not find it in the manual either.
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Konstantin Antipin | 1 Apr 01:43 2009

Re: embedded/inherited tags

Samuel - Your solution is probably more elegant. Then I will wait for
search with lisp syntax functionality, and so far just use my code.

K

On Wed, Apr 1, 2009 at 12:15 AM, Samuel Wales <samologist <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Another possibility is to use your assoc tags and fix it on the search
> side.  If you always have a custom search, you can use `( ... ,( ...
> )) when you define it.
>
> Then you only need one tag on each task.  The advantage of this is
> that if the associations change, you will not need to change the tags.
>
> Currently this requires concatenating strings, but in the future,
> according to Carsten, there will be optional Lisp syntax for searches,
> which will make it easier.  It might also allow stuff not currently
> possible.
>
> On 2009-03-31, Konstantin Antipin <antipin.konstantin <at> googlemail.com> wrote:
>> Peter Jones - thanks for the advise. Unfortunately it does not fit to
>> me, since I have my todo items in different files.
>>
>> Eraldo - I was also thinking about this, but I thought that maybe
>> solution already exists...
>>
>> Anyhow, for my it is fixed - I wrote a small package org-assoc-tags,
>> that allows to have key-tag and associated tags. For example:
>>
>> (setq org-assoc-tags '(
>>                      ("emacs" "tech")
>>                      ("orgmode" "emacs" "tech")
>>                      ))
>>
>> If you assign :emacs: tag, then :tech: will be assigned automatically.
>> If you assign :orgmode: tag, then both :emacs: and :tech: will be assigned.
>> The package can be found at:
>> http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/org-assoc-tags.el
>>
>> Hopefully it might be helpful for someone,
>> Kostya
>>
>> On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 6:25 PM, Eraldo Helal <admin <at> eraldo.at> wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi Kostya!
>>>
>>> I am still pretty new to emacs and org-mode, but from what I have read
>>> until now...
>>> Could you use the tag hook to automatically assign the :tech: tag along
>>> with :firefox: and|or :emacs: etc...
>>> This is still not exactly what you wished afaics, but it may make things a
>>> little more convenient.
>>>
>>> On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 16:47, Konstantin Antipin
>>> <antipin.konstantin <at> googlemail.com> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> Manish - thank you for the reply.
>>>>
>>>> Here is what I want in details:
>>>> For example, I have following tags :tech: :firefox: :emacs: :orgmode:
>>>> In agenda I usually ask only for TODO with :tech: tags, in order to see
>>>> actions, related to technical stuff.
>>>>
>>>> clearly, :firefox: and :emacs: are related to :tech: tag. It would be
>>>> convenient to introduce tag hierarchy:
>>>> every todo-item with :emacs: (or :firefox: ) tag only should show up in
>>>> agenda, when I query for :tech: tag.
>>>> I understand, that every time I assign :emacs: tag I can assign :tech:
>>>> tag as well, and this will do the work, but it is not convenient.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Is such mechanism exists?
>>>>
>>>> My todo's are scatterd over the files, thus I can not use usual tag
>>>> hierarchy, that is controlled by, for example, "org-use-tag-inheritance".
>>>>
>>>> thanks,
>>>> Kostya
>>>>
>>>> On Mon, Mar 30, 2009 at 1:09 PM, Manish <mailtomanish.sharma <at> gmail.com>
>>>> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>  On Sat, Mar 28, 2009 at 6:59 PM, Konstantin Antipin wrote:
>>>>>  > Dear org-users,
>>>>>  > Is there any way to make tags inherited from another tag?
>>>>>  > For example, I have following tags:
>>>>>  > :tech:
>>>>>  >  :emacs:
>>>>>  >   :orgmode:
>>>>>  >  :ubuntu:
>>>>>  >
>>>>>  > :other:
>>>>>
>>>>> Could you please a little elaborate more on this?  Also please take a
>>>>> look at variable "org-use-tag-inheritance".
>>>>>
>>>>> --
>>>>> Manish
>>>>
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Matthew Lundin | 1 Apr 02:21 2009

Re: hide current heading


Eraldo Helal <admin <at> eraldo.at> writes:

>    
>     I believe the easiest way to do this is to type C-c p TAB. (C-c p
>     moves
>     to the next headline above the cursor.
>    
>     > Is there also a way to close the parent tree (if on one of its
>     > contents)
>     > e.g. close Projects tree while cursor is on project2.
>     >
>     > * Projects
>     > ** project1
>     > ** project2
>     > ** project3
>    
>     For this, you could use C-c u TAB. (C-c u moves up to the next
>     headling
>     level).
>    
>     Matt
>
> C-c u => I get: C-c u is undefined

Sorry, I always miswrite keybindings. 

The correct keybindings are C-c C-p TAB and C-c C-u TAB.

Hope this helps.

Matt

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Charles Cave | 1 Apr 03:04 2009
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Re: Charles Cave's .emacs

Rustom Mody <rustompmody <at> gmail.com> writes:

One of the cokments was that I had not supplied mystyles.css

You can download it from here:
   http://members.optusnet.com.au/~charles57/GTD/mystyles.css

Charles

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Carsten Dominik | 1 Apr 06:22 2009
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Re: [ANN] org-fstree 0.2


On Apr 1, 2009, at 3:12 AM, Andreas Burtzlaff wrote:

> Hello Alan,
>
> I think you overlooked one aspect of org-fstree.
> If you place a link to a file in the org file (outside the region
> between BEGIN_FSTREE and END_FSTREE), e.g:
>
> * Some note [[file:foobar][foobar]]      :someTag:
>
> then this heading will show up behind the file in the fstree as a link
> back:
>
> #+BEGIN_FSTREE: some_path
>
> ...
> ** [ ] foobar { [[* Some note][Some note]] }     :someTag:
> ...
>
> #+END_FSTREE
>
> I see that it could in some cases be comfortable to add notes directly
> at the file's entry and make them persistent on update. I might  
> write a
> function that automatically inserts a heading for the currently  
> selected
> file outside the fstree block, if time allows.
>
> I'm looking for a better way to display those links and possibly also
> the content of the headings and am happy to receive new ideas. I  
> tried the
> column view, but properties that contain links are displayed as text.

But you can nonetheless open them with C-c C-o when on the right field.

- Carsten

>
> Andreas
>
> On Tue, 31 Mar 2009 19:48:37 +1000
> "Alan E. Davis" <lngndvs <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Together with the ability to limit the recursions, this is  
>> potentially
>> useful.  Thank you.
>>
>> A longstanding item on my wishlist has been a Linux implementation of
>> an old MSDOG workalike, 4DOS with the 4dos shell.  That shell worked
>> alot like "dir" but it kept a field for comments.  So, with those
>> useless msdog 8+3 filenames, one could keep a note, and keep track of
>> ...  Maybe you can get it.
>>
>> DIred is pretty good, but I haven't found anything yet to do what I
>> would like.  I just tried typing notes into the org-fstree buffer  
>> of a
>> directory listing.  It was pretty nice, not what I want exactly, but
>> it could be useful in some cases.
>>
>> Except for at least one thing: refreshing the directory deleted my
>> notes.  For example:
>>
>> *** [D] [[file:/home/ulod/org/org-help][org-help]]
>> *** [D] [[file:/home/ulod/org/ARCHIVE][ARCHIVE]]
>> *** [D] [[file:/home/ulod/org/orgcard][orgcard]]     Hmmm..?????
>> *** [D] [[file:/home/ulod/org/Journal][Journal]]     ???
>> *** [D] [[file:/home/ulod/org/plotting][plotting]]    my experiments
>> *** [D] [[file:/home/ulod/org/LaTeX][LaTeX]]
>> *** [D] [[file:/home/ulod/org/Classes][Classes]]     Working  
>> directory maybe
>> *** [D] [[file:/home/ulod/org/MEMO][MEMO]]        location of memo
>> composition bits
>> *** [D] [[file:/home/ulod/org/data][data]]        attachments
>> *** [D] [[file:/home/ulod/org/auto][auto]]
>> *** [D] [[file:/home/ulod/org/org-extra][org-extra]]   better to keep
>> the extra bits here for portability?
>> *** [D] [[file:/home/ulod/org/org-plot][org-plot]]    gnuplot and R
>> plotting, I think
>>
>>
>> Now when I refresh:
>> *** [D] [[file:/home/ulod/org/Classes][Classes]]
>> *** [D] [[file:/home/ulod/org/MEMO][MEMO]]
>> *** [D] [[file:/home/ulod/org/data][data]]
>> *** [D] [[file:/home/ulod/org/auto][auto]]
>> *** [D] [[file:/home/ulod/org/org-extra][org-extra]]
>> *** [D] [[file:/home/ulod/org/org-plot][org-plot]]
>>
>> Do you suppose this could be solved easily?
>>
>> Thanks again,
>>
>> Alan Davis
>>
>> "An inviscid theory of flow renders the screw useless, but the need
>> for one non-existent."                     ---Lord Raleigh (John
>> William Strutt), or else his son, who was also a scientist.
>>
>> It is undesirable to believe a proposition when
>> there is no ground whatsoever for supposing it is true.
>>     ---- Bertrand Russell
>>
>>
>>
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Tassilo Horn | 1 Apr 09:56 2009
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Bug if `org-refile-use-outline-path' is set to 'file

Hi all,

the docs state:

,----[ C-h v org-refile-use-outline-path RET ]
| org-refile-use-outline-path is a variable defined in `org.el'.
| Its value is t
| 
| Documentation:
| Non-nil means, provide refile targets as paths.
| So a level 3 headline will be available as level1/level2/level3.
| When the value is `file', also include the file name (without directory)
| into the path.  When `full-file-path', include the full file path.
`----

With the current setting t I get completions like

     head1/head2 (file1.org)

which is nice, but I'd prefer

     file1.org/head1/head2

To me the docs sound like 'file would do that and the customize option
strengthen this by saying "Start with file".  Unfortunately, then I get
completions like

     file1.org/ (file1.org)

with no headlines at all.

I'm using a current git version on Emacs 23.

Bye,
Tassilo

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Jörg Hagmann | 1 Apr 10:28 2009
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web publishing

Hi,

I have a website and would like to change to an org --> html procedure. 
Since the information I found in the manual and on worg are not 
sufficient (for me!), could somebody send me the *.org file for either 
the org or the worg website (index)? Together with the source code of 
the page and the *.css file, which I have downloaded, I should be able 
to figure out how to do it.

Thank you very much, Jörg

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Carsten Dominik | 1 Apr 10:41 2009
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Re: Announcing hideshow-org.el


On Mar 31, 2009, at 8:10 AM, Shane Celis wrote:

> Hello fellow org-mode users,
>
> Using org-mode has made some things for me intolerable.  I watched  
> Carsten Dominik's talk at google where he articulated his desire for  
> a simple interface for folding and unfolding.  I became very unhappy  
> with the hideshow.el interface for hiding and showing code.  I don't  
> know how anyone can bother to use these key bindings.
>
> ;;   hs-hide-block       C-c  <at>  C-h     or C-c S-2 C-h   (C-c C-2 C-h  
> would be an improvement)
> ;;   hs-show-block       C-c  <at>  C-s     or C-c S-2 C-h
>

Wow, these would have made good examples for my talk.  Disastrous keys,
invalidating the entire point of folding.

> I endeavored to make hideshow.el work more like org-mode and created  
> my extension hideshow-org.el.  Now TAB hides and shows code blocks  
> when no indentation is necessary, but indents otherwise.  So for  
> those of you who work a lot on code, I encourage you to give it a  
> try.  The code and a little screencast that shows it in action is  
> available here:
>
> http://gnufool.blogspot.com/2009/03/make-hideshow-behave-more-like-org-mode.html

This looks like a huge improvement.  Congratulations, maybe you should
talk to Thien-Thi and Dan, if they are interested to incorporate this
into hideshow as an option.

- Carsten

>
> Thanks again for org-mode.  It's fundamentally changed the way I  
> relate with emacs.
>
> -Shane
>
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Manish | 1 Apr 11:54 2009
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Re: web publishing

  On Wed, Apr 1, 2009 at 1:58 PM, Jörg Hagmann wrote:
  > Hi,
  >
  > I have a website and would like to change to an org --> html
  > procedure.  Since the information I found in the manual and on worg
  > are not sufficient (for me!), could somebody send me the *.org file
  > for either the org or the worg website (index)? Together with the
  > source code of the page and the *.css file, which I have downloaded,
  > I should be able to figure out how to do it.

You could clone Worg or Org mode from repo.or.cz and get all that you
are asking for.  Matthew Lundin and Charles Cave also shared their CSS
files recently.  You can also some find some related useful ideas on
Worg.

HTH
--

-- 
Manish

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