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Re: [Orgmode] Unable to export babel results

From: Suvayu Ali
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Unable to export babel results
Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2010 20:48:20 -0700
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Hi Eric,

On Monday 18 October 2010 07:20 PM, Eric Schulte wrote:

Are you sure that the version of Org-mode loaded in Emacs is the very
same version?  What output do you get when you run the org-version
command?  I get

   Org-mode version 7.01trans (release_7.01h.747.g57e7)

I just updated to the master HEAD, still no luck. Before and after
updating I get this, "Org-mode version 7.01trans". I don't know why I
have never seen the part within the parentheses before.

It is common for people to have a local checkout of the latest version
of org-mode, but still have an older version located somewhere in their
site-lisp directory loaded overtop of the new checkout.  If this is the
case you may need to tweak your classpaths.

If you are using the latest version of Org-mode, then I'm not sure what
the problem could be.  I've exported your attached example file with
org-confirm-babel-evaluate set to both nil and to true, in both cases it
worked for me without problem.  Are you on a windows box (another one of
my go-to potential culprits)?

I use "GNU Emacs (2010-10-15)" on Fedora 13. To install org-mode, I overwrite the default emacs org directory,


I know this works because after I update emacs, `org-version' returns "7.01h" and subsequently updating org-mode changes the version as I stated above. Do you think I might have mixed version of files? I used to install it under,


but I prefer having things all organised inside a directory and I am not confident enough to write my own site-lisp file.

FWIW, I have this same issue on a similar Ubuntu 10.04 installation of Emacs 24 and org-mode HEAD.

Best -- Eric

Thanks a lot for looking into this.


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