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Re: [Orgmode] Re: generating titles in remember templates from w3 buffer

From: Nick Dokos
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Re: generating titles in remember templates from w3 buffers [was:Re: feature request]
Date: Wed, 25 Mar 2009 16:54:29 -0400

Robert D. Crawford <address@hidden> wrote:

> Carsten Dominik <address@hidden> writes:
> > I have just tried a few pages including orgmode.org, and
> > the buffer name is "Untitled".  Am I using an old version of w3,
> > or if orgmode.org broken in this way?
> Not sure.  If I open orgmode.org and then eval the expression
> (buffer-name) it returns the name of the buffer, which w3 gets from the
> title tag.  Considering the speed of w3 releases (or lack thereof) I
> doubt you have a different version from what I have here.  Here are the
> pertinent version numbers:
> emacs/w3: WWW p4.0pre.47, URL Emacs
> emacs: GNU Emacs (i686-pc-linux-gnu) of 2009-02-03 on t40
> I am running about a month and a half behind upgrading emacs.  If you
> think that might be a problem I can update.

I just fetched and built the version of W3 that Robert mentions.
When I do

     M-x w3-fetch http://orgmode.org RET

I get the (badly rendered) orgmode home page in a buffer, an error and a 
(appended), but when I evaluate (buffer-name) in the orgmode buffer, I do indeed

        "Org-Mode: Your Life in Plain Text"


PS. Backtrace follows - since I usually use an external browser, I've not tried
to track down what the error is:

Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument symbolp (cdr (assq (quote 
class) munged)))
  w3-display-node((*document nil ((html ... ...))))
  w3-draw-tree(((*document nil (...))))
  w3-fetch-redirect-callback(nil "http://orgmode.org";)
  apply(w3-fetch-redirect-callback (nil "http://orgmode.org";))
  url-http-content-length-after-change-function(13521 15498 1977)
  url-http-generic-filter(#<process web-proxy.atl.hp.com> "d=\"get\" 
action=\"http://search.gmane.org/\";>\n<input type=\"text\" 
name=\"query\">\n<input type=\"hidden\" name=\"group\" 
value=\"gmane.emacs.orgmode\">\n<input type=\"submit\" value=\"Search 
id=\"outline-container-5.3\" class=\"outline-3\">\n<h3 id=\"sec-5.3\">Worg 
</h3>\n<div class=\"outline-text-3\" id=\"text-5.3\">\n\n\n<p>\n<a 
href=\"http://orgmode.org/worg/\";>Worg</a>, created by <a 
href=\"http://www.cognition.ens.fr/~guerry/\";>Bastien Guerry</a>, is a setup to 
allow users to jointly\nedit a number of Org-mode files containing 
documentation about\nOrg-mode, including the <a 
href=\"http://orgmode.org/worg/org-faq.php\";>Org Mode FAQ</a> and <a 
href=\"http://orgmode.org/worg/org-tutorials/index.php\";>Tutorials</a>.  Worg 
is similar\nto a wiki in that allows community to edit the contents.  
However,\nsince it uses a distributed version contr
 ol system, you do not have to\nbe online while editing it.  If you'd like to 
contribute to Worg,\nplease go to <a href=\"http://orgmode.org/worg/\";>the Worg 
page</a>, and start from there.\n</p>\n</div>\n\n</div>\n\n<div 
id=\"outline-container-5.4\" class=\"outline-3\">\n<h3 
id=\"sec-5.4\">Contributing to Org-mode </h3>\n<div class=\"outline-text-3\" 
id=\"text-5.4\">\n\n\n<p>\nYou can always contribute with ideas and bug reports 
on the mailing\nlist.  If you want to contribute a patch, code snippets, or a 
full\nadd-on, this is very welcome too!  We do distribute good add-ons 
as\ncontributed packages.  However, to integrate additions into the\nOrg-mode 
core, the author needs to assign the copyright to the <a 
href=\"http://www.fsf.org/\";>Free Software Foundation</a>.  This is because 
Org-mode is part of Emacs, which\nadheres to very strict rules.  If you would 
like to sign the papers,\nuse <a href=\"request-assign-future.txt\">this 
form</a>, fill it in and <a href=\"mailto:ass
 address@hidden,address@hidden">send</a> it to the FSF with a copy to 

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