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5 Sep 2019
12:55:06@dlebrecht:matrix.orgdl3bryears ago i set up org-mode capture to always create a new org-file, and i ended up with tons of tiny files, that are extremely slow to load and search for. anyone with similar experience, and solutions for that, such as indexing?
12:55:32@swflint:matrix.orgSam FlintDon't use tiny files.
12:56:22@swflint:matrix.orgSam Flint Find a period (e.g., year, month, etc.) that's convenient for you, and create new files at the end of each.
15:22:34@dlebrecht:matrix.orgdl3brconcatenated my files per year, and got a ~100 fold speed improvement haha
6 Sep 2019
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13 Sep 2019
11:24:02@dlebrecht:matrix.orgdl3brwhat is the setup for getting meaning git diffs in org mode? i see something slightly useful in https://orgmode.org/worg/org-hacks.html, but still i would prefer to get word diffs. does anyone has a beloved setup?
11:45:19@mtekman:matrix.orgmtekmanDo you mean something like magit-diff-toggle-refine-hunk, or something more native to org-mode?
14:41:28@dlebrecht:matrix.orgdl3brdidnt know about magit-diff-toggle-refine-hunk
17:08:23@mtekman:matrix.orgmtekmanIts useful up to a point. I tend to move headers around quite a bit between commits, which usually result in large multiline diff's, despite only a header being moved. Though, see this more as a general problem of diff than anything that magit or org-mode can fix.
15 Sep 2019
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11:19:25@alzxjm:matrix.org@alzxjm:matrix.orgI have a basic question about org tables and formulas. Is this a good place to ask?
11:22:58@swflint:matrix.orgSam FlintSure.
11:26:31@alzxjm:matrix.org@alzxjm:matrix.orgThanks. I'm trying to setup a schedule with the format | Time | Task | Duration | |--------+-----------+---------| |7:30 AM| Jog | 0:60:00 | |8:30 AM| Breakfast| 0:45:00 | And have it so that I can copy the formulas in the first column down so that when I enter a new task, it will add the duration from the previous task to find the start time of the new one. Is that clear?
11:27:12@alzxjm:matrix.org@alzxjm:matrix.orgI can't seem to have the formulas in subsequent columns iterate the references forward.
12:53:59@hpd:hpdeifel.dehpd @alzxjm:matrix.org: could you show the formulae that you have tried?
12:54:52@swflint:matrix.orgSam FlintMay I ask why you want to use this format? Org has some features that may help.
13:16:03@alzxjm:matrix.org@alzxjm:matrix.orgHi - I actually think I figured it out. I read the guide and learned about relative references. So, I ended up with: | Start | Activity | Dur | |-------+---------------+------| | 00:00 | Wake up | 7:30 | | 07:30 | Walk | 0:45 | | 08:15 | Leave for gym | 0:60 | | 09:15 | Work | 2:45 | | 12:00 | Lunch | 0:45 |
13:16:34@alzxjm:matrix.org@alzxjm:matrix.orgSorry about the messy formatting. But my TBLFM is: #+TBLFM: $1=@-1$0+@-1$+2;U
13:16:40@alzxjm:matrix.org@alzxjm:matrix.orgThis ended up doing the trick.
1 Oct 2019
19:36:49@varajada:matrix.orgVarajadaHello, I'm trying to obtain an Org-mode menu in KDE Plasma (5.14) Global Menu. Some kind of solution is to use an emacs-gtk but menu is limited to standard Emacs items. Org-mode specific menu items are not visible. Does it work for someone?
18 Oct 2019
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19 Oct 2019
08:57:17@alphapapa:matrix.orgalphapapa
In reply to Varajada
Hello, I'm trying to obtain an Org-mode menu in KDE Plasma (5.14) Global Menu. Some kind of solution is to use an emacs-gtk but menu is limited to standard Emacs items. Org-mode specific menu items are not visible. Does it work for someone?
That's an interesting idea. I wonder if toggling menu-bar-mode off and on again might re-create that menu in the global menu. If not, there ought to be some way to remake it, either from the Emacs side or the Plasma side.
08:59:44@alphapapa:matrix.orgalphapapa
In reply to mtekman
Its useful up to a point. I tend to move headers around quite a bit between commits, which usually result in large multiline diff's, despite only a header being moved. Though, see this more as a general problem of diff than anything that magit or org-mode can fix.
You could try adding this to your =.git/config= file: #+BEGIN_SRC conf [diff "org"] xfuncname = "^\\*+ +.*$" #+END_SRC Then add this to =.git/info/attributes=: #+BEGIN_EXAMPLE *.org diff=org #+END_EXAMPLE I don't often look at git diffs of my Org files, but I added that to my Org files' git repo years ago, and it seems to help.
09:00:57@alphapapa:matrix.orgalphapapa

Hm, that didn't come out right

09:06:18@alphapapa:matrix.orgalphapapa

Hm, let me try again:

09:07:08@alphapapa:matrix.orgalphapapa

You could try adding this to your .git/config file:

[diff "org"] 
    xfuncname = "^\\*+ +.*$"

Then add this to .git/info/attributes:

*.org diff=org

I don't often look at git diffs of my Org files, but I added that to my Org files' git repo years ago, and it seems to help.

09:07:20@alphapapa:matrix.orgalphapapa

That's better.


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