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Re: [Orgmode] Org-mode to PDA export

From: Tim O'Callaghan
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Org-mode to PDA export
Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2007 18:33:36 +0200

On 24/09/2007, Ian Barton <address@hidden> wrote:
> >   Is there any trick we can use to sync em both ways ?
> >   Some ideas that come to mind are : email and chop the email or some
> >   kind of web service that can sit on the laptop (web server).
> >
> I have an E61 (Symbian). I have given up any sort of automatic syncing.
> However, I have a cron job that publishes my org files to html on my
> local web server, so I can easily refer to it.
> For longer trips away, I take my laptop and/or email my org file to my
> phone. If I don't have access to a computer I find it easier to just
> treat the org file as a reference and not try and edit it.
> The third method I quite often use is to ssh into my server and edit
> using emacs in a terminal. I usually carry a USB stick with things like
> Putty, so if I can borrow someone else's computer I can still edit the
> file on my server.
> Does anyone know if it's possible to install emacs on a usb stick in a
> way that it's possible to just plug into almost any Windows computer and
> run  it?
> Ian.

You'll probably need to write a COM/CMD file that sets EMACS_HOME to
the drive the USB stick is mapped to. It should also append to the
PATH the native Emacs tools, and set HOME properly so that it can read
your .emacs


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