Org-Mode 是一个 Emacs 模式,用于笔记,工程计划以及著作. Org-Mode 在 Emacs 22.1 版本之后就内置到程序中了.
The development version is at:
git clone git://repo.or.cz/org-mode.git
There is a Ubuntu repository with the latest for non-cvs Emacs. Add the following to your
deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/hexmode/ubuntu gutsy main deb-src http://ppa.launchpad.net/hexmode/ubuntu gutsy main
One of the major influences in 2006/2007 on task organization has been the book Getting Things Done (GTD) which is why some of these links refer to the system.
Org Mode 可以很简单的配置用来编辑 Wikipedia 文章通过在 mode hook 改变 outline-regexp :
(add-hook 'org-mode-hook '(lambda () (setq outline-regexp "=+")))
如果你用的是 WThreeM, 则添加下列语句代替:
(setq w3m-form-textarea-edit-mode 'org-mode) (add-hook 'w3m-form-input-textarea-mode-hook '(lambda nil (setq outline-regexp "=+")))
You can publish to HTML using
‘C-c C-e h’, or you can use BhlMode for LaTeX or HTML output. Just switch modes before exporting (
‘M-x bhl-mode’). BhlMode should automatically recognize the asterisks as marking sections and subsections. You can also use org-export-latex.el. See EmacsOutlineToHtml for other alternatives.
To follow links with RET, rather than a 2 key combo:
(setq org-return-follows-link t)
You can also make TAB follow links in a similar way.
(setq org-CUA-compatible t)
This will result in the following replacements:
If AllOut from Emacs 21 is loaded before org.el, you will be getting a
Wrong type argument ((keymapp nil)) error. This was fixed in Emacs 22.
If you are forced to use Emacs 21, either install a newer version of allout.el, or make sure that org.el is loaded before allout.el. For example, use
(require 'org) before requiring allout.
If you’re using session.el (EmacsSession), you need to excempt a circular data structure from saving:
(add-to-list 'session-globals-exclude 'org-mark-ring)
This function uses org-mode support for plain list to facilitate dragging URLs from a webbrowser (or other apps) to an org-mode buffer:
(defadvice dnd-insert-text (around org-mouse-dnd-insert-text activate) (if (eq major-mode 'org-mode) (progn (cond ;; if this is the end of the line then just insert text here ((eolp) (skip-chars-backward " \t") (kill-region (point) (point-at-eol)) (unless (looking-back ":") (insert ":")) (insert " ")) ;; if this is the beginning of the line then insert before ((and (looking-at " \\|\t") (save-excursion (skip-chars-backward " \t") (bolp))) (beginning-of-line) (looking-at "[ \t]*") (open-line 1) (indent-to (- (match-end 0) (match-beginning 0))) (insert "+ ")) ;; if this is a middle of the line, then insert after (t (end-of-line) (newline t) (indent-relative) (insert "+ "))) (insert text) (beginning-of-line)) ad-do-it))
(setq org-agenda-files (file-expand-wildcards "~/org/*.org"))
To make header lines more apparently visible in the buffer, set them a background color and change this part of
‘org-set-font-lock-defaults’, so that the header line is drawn across the screen:
;; Headlines '("^\\(\\**\\)\\(\\* \\)\\(.*\xa\\)" (1 (org-get-level-face 1)) (2 (org-get-level-face 2)) (3 (org-get-level-face 3)))
The only change is the `\xa’ character is added before the last closing paren.
Org.el is now part of CVS Emacs. Great!
Google’s Code Hosting feature has a new wiki engine. Syntax is a simplified version of MoinMoin?. Here’s the neat bit: all changes are checked into the subversion repository in the wiki directory – each file has a *.wiki extension. Would it be possible to use org-mode to edit these? ‘Publish’ would be bound to ‘svn-checkin’ (or however that works). They support tags, too! Here’s the announcement: http://google-code-updates.blogspot.com/2006/12/happy-holidays-open-source-developers.html
The HTML exporter define anchor for section and subsection to navigate the document, is it possible to name the anchor like the section number it point to ?
If I have sections 1, 1.1, 1.2 and 2, the section 1.1 has an anchor called sec-2, section 2 has an anchor called 4, why not using sec-1.1, sec-1.2, sec-2 ?
Regards. – DanielDehennin
I use the Icalendar export capability to include my tasks to a shared webbased calendar.
I use mutli-state TODOs, I want them to appear in the ics file only for 1 state, example: #+SEQ_TODO: TO-PLAN WAITING CONFIRMED DONE
I output to the shared calendar only CONFIRMED tasks, others are for my personal organisation.
As I don’t want to export everything I modified ‘org-print-icalendar-entries’ to add a condition: only print entries which don’t match a regexp (only interesting part is past):
(when (not (string-match my-org-ical-exclude hd)) (princ (format "BEGIN:VEVENT %s %s SUMMARY:%s END:VEVENT\n" (org-ical-ts-to-string ts "DTSTART") (org-ical-ts-to-string ts2 "DTEND" inc) hd))) (setq my-org-ical-exclude "\\(TO-PLAN\\|WAITING\\|DONE\\)")
May be a better way to do this is to have special #+ICAL_EXCLUDE/#+ICAL_INCLUDE ?
Regards. – DanielDehennin
Are there any plans to integrate OrgMode with Oddmuse and OddmuseMode? I’m planning to start planning using OrgMode but since I collaborate with co-workers I need something bidirectional. The files in ~/org are not. But since I’m also evaluating OddmuseMode I thought a combination might be a very good idea. You immediately gain published plans. One would have to write a modul for Oddmuse, obviously, to understand the special markup. In this the user-defined keywords from OrgMode might be placed onto a specially named page.
For somebody like me, it would be far easier to add Org Mode’s markup rules to Oddmuse as a module. Then you could just use org-mode to write and oddmuse-mode to post. – AlexSchroeder
I envision a work-cycle like this:
How does one implement this in Org? I have a library book that needs to be returned, but i don’t want it showing up in my things to do until 3 days before it is due. In HowmMode (which I currently use) I would simply set the a deadline with advance notice to 3 and I’m done. – PeterMielke
Is this what you want ?
You can specify a different lead time for warnings for a specific deadlines using the following syntax. Here is an example with a warning period of 5 days `DEADLINE: <2004-02-29 Sun -5d>'
I see org has a global todo list which shows todo items from every agenda files. Is there a todo list command which shows todo items only from the current file in the same agenda buffer format as the global todo list?
Yes. There are many ways to do this.
1. You can use “<” to restrict the TODO list to the current buffer or “<<” to restrict it to the current headline.
2. You can add a filetag at the top of the file and then filter the TODO list by tag using “/”.
3. You can write a custom agenda command that uses a different value for org-agenda-files. See http://orgmode.org/worg/org-tutorials/org-custom-agenda-commands.php.
Thanks. It seems I have lot to learn about org-mode. :)
Before I saw your answer I came up with an other solution which fits my current approach, since at the moment I use files for context, so I always want buffer restricted todo lists:
(add-hook 'org-mode-hook 'my-org-mode-stuff) (defun my-org-mode-stuff () (local-set-key (kbd "<f12>") (lambda (arg) (interactive "P") (let ((org-agenda-files (list (buffer-file-name)))) (org-todo-list arg)))) ... )
If I start to use more org features I may switch to one of the methods you listed. Thanks again.
After a good nights sleep using the info you gave me I came up with an other solution which is less hackish, since it uses the regular user interface and it pushes the necessary keys automatically to show a buffer restricted todo list:
(add-hook 'org-mode-hook 'my-org-mode-stuff) (defun my-org-mode-stuff () (local-set-key (kbd "<f12>") (lambda () (interactive) (push ?t unread-command-events) (push ?< unread-command-events) (call-interactively 'org-agenda))) ... )
This is better than the previous one, because the agenda buffer shows the proper list even after a refresh. The previous solution showed the global todo list in that case.