Tag Archives: Org-mode

Removing Org Source Block Results

Grant Rettke over at Wisdom and Wonder has posted a nice bit of Elisp that runs a function on every source block in an Org file. His use case for this is getting rid of the results from running the … Continue reading

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Ivy and Internal Org Links

Last month, Ben Maughan wrote a very nice post on how to insert internal Org links. The problem he was solving was that he wants to insert an internal link to one of the headers in his Org file. That’s … Continue reading

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Nicolas Petton on GTD with Org Mode

Nicolas Petton over at Emacs Café has an excellent post on how he uses Org Mode for Getting Things Done (GTD). You can find many articles that cover this material but I like Petton’s because he shows in detail how … Continue reading

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Five Org Mode Features

Aja Hammerly has a post that those trying to decide whether or not Org mode is for them may find useful. Hammerly is a developer advocate for the Google Cloud Platform. As such, she writes tutorials, gives talks, and even … Continue reading

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Zamansky 35: Blogging

I discovered Mike Zamansky’s blog about a year ago when I wrote about his transition to Nikola as a blogging platform. Shortly afterwards, he began his Using Emacs Series. His latest video has, in effect, come full circle as he, … Continue reading

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Org2blog/wp and Multibyte Characters

I love blogging with org2blog. I write my posts as normal Org documents and org2blog takes care of everything else including renaming and uploading jpegs and things like that. About a year ago, I started having problems with org2blog dying … Continue reading

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Protecting Line Breaks from Fill

Here’s a nice tip from Marco Wahl on protecting line breaks from the fill command in Org mode. \\ protects breaks from fill (M-q) in #orgmode. Linebreaks survive fill \\In Org thanks backslash two times. \\Somenone starts #Emacs. — (@mrcwhl) … Continue reading

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Make M-RET better in Org Mode

If you’re an Org mode user you probably know that Meta+Return can be used to create a new headline, list item, or table field. One minor annoyance is that by default it will split line you’re on at the point, … Continue reading

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Adding Keymaps to Org Source Blocks

If you use Org mode and Babel, you know that by calling org-edit-special (bound to Ctrl+c ’ by default) you’re put in a separate buffer that has the mode of the source block you were working in. That’s really convenient … Continue reading

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How to Read Papers Efficiently

If you’re a researcher, or a grad student, or even just a diligent developer, you probably spend a great deal of time reading technical papers. Some of those will be of little or no use, some will be beyond your … Continue reading

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