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Re: [Orgmode] Org-mode version 4.75

From: Ruslan Kosolapov
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Org-mode version 4.75
Date: Mon, 28 May 2007 13:52:11 +0700
User-agent: No Gnus v0.6 on Emacs/ (i486-pc-linux-gnu)

 CD> I have released org-mode version 4.75 at
 CD> http://www.astro.uva.nl/~dominik/Tools/org


 CD> - Bug fixes, everything where I have replied "fixed" on the
 CD> mailing list.  Thanks to all of you for keeping these reports
 CD> coming.

Some notes:

 1. Function org-store-agenda-views works only after:
$ diff -u org.el.orig org.el     
--- org.el.orig 2007-05-28 12:34:43.000000000 +0700
+++ org.el      2007-05-28 12:35:02.000000000 +0700
@@ -14531,7 +14531,7 @@
 (defun org-store-agenda-views (&rest parameters)
-  (funcall (intern "org-batch-store-agenda-views")))
+  (org-batch-store-agenda-views))

 2. I think example of htmlize-output-type setting in documentation
 should contain warning about supported output types of used
 htmlize.el because default debian's htmlize.el have no support of
 'inline-css and error message about it is unclear.  Something like
 "NOTE: check your htmlize.el about 'inline-css supporting".  Or just
 fix example to 'css instead of 'inline-css :)

 3. I have some strange behaviour of agenda to html export, see
 details below.  Maybe yours words about absolute path using should be
 in docs too :)

Details/rationale for some notes:

 My message about problems in agenda to html export:

 Your answer (btw, thanx, specially about "nil" missing :) ): 

 I downloaded 4.75 as
 http://staff.science.uva.nl/~dominik/Tools/org/org-4.75.tar.gz and
 try to live with it :)

--[ 1 ]--

 At first, another problem appears (I have the same config, but with
 fixed "nil"): when I press C-c a e (agenda to html export) error

Debugger entered--Lisp error: (invalid-function org-batch-store-agenda-views)

(defun org-store-agenda-views (&rest parameters)
  (funcall (intern "org-batch-store-agenda-views")))

at this org-batch-store-agenda-views is a macro, not function:
(defmacro org-batch-store-agenda-views (&rest parameters)

"The argument function must be either a Lisp function or a primitive
function. Special forms and macros are not allowed"

Diff sayd me than in 4.74 org-store-agenda-views was:
(defun org-store-agenda-views (&rest parameters)

I don't know reasons of changes here - as far as I understand,
(funcall (intern "org-batch-store-agenda-views")) have the same sense
as (org-batch-store-agenda-views), so, I rollback changes at this
place to 4.74 version.

--[ 2 ]--

After this I got the same error with htmlize.el as I reported in

On this error you sayd "You can prevent if for the time being by
loading htmlize before using the org stuff. Will be fixed in 4.75 as

I tried to load htmlize before org-mode, but error was still here.
So, I tried to investigate this issue deeply.

My .emacs contains the following code:
(setq org-agenda-exporter-settings
      '((htmlize-output-type 'inline-css)))

This code copied from

But my htmlize.el supports only 'css and 'font as htmlize-output-type.

So, (htmlize-method doctype) returns nil, and all fails with
unclear error message.  After change 'inline-css to 'css all works well :)

My htmlize.el version is 1.30, in debian sid htmlize.el placed in
emacs-goodies-el package, and version is 1.27 (and this htmlize.el
also supports only 'css and 'font).  Latest version is 1.34, it really
supports inline-tss.

--[ 3 ]--

Ok, now it works.  But something strange happens - some of generated
files placed in another directory.  In your message to me
(2007-05/msg00095.html) you sayd "I strongly advise to use absolute
file names in org-agenda-custom-commands".  I don't understand, why.

But now behaviour is the following:
 1. I have seven views defined:
(setq org-agenda-custom-commands
      '(("w" todo "WAITING" nil ("agenda-waiting.html"))
        ("n" todo "NEXT" nil ("agenda-next.html"))
        ("f" todo "FREEZED" nil ("agenda-freezed.html"))
        ("d" "Agenda + NEXT" ((agenda) (todo "NEXT")) nil ("agenda+next.html"))
        ("c" agenda "" nil ("agenda-current.html"))
        ("I" "Ilnar tasks" ((tags "ilnar")) nil ("ilnar-tasks.html"))
        ("R" "rk tasks" ((tags "rk")) nil ("rk-tasks.html"))

 2. when I export agenda to html, I get:
    1. agenda-waiting.html in $ORG-FILE
    2. agenda-next.html    in $HOME
    3. agenda-freezed.html in $ORG-FILE
    4. agenda+next.html    in $HOME
    5. agenda-current.html in $ORG-FILE
    6. ilnar-tasks.html    in $HOME
    7. rk-tasks.html       in $ORG-FILE
    where $HOME is my home directory, and
          $ORG-FILE is directory where my .org-file placed.

So, as you can see, behaviour looks like directory is swapped on any
next file generation :)

It's strange :)

Ruslan Kosolapov
Plesk QA Department Second Manager
SWsoft, Inc.

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