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Re: ToDo mode (completed items)


From: Mark Mynsted
Subject: Re: ToDo mode (completed items)
Date: 10 Dec 2002 15:53:33 -0600
User-agent: Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.2

>>>>> "Stephen" == Stephen Berman <address@hidden> writes:
Stephen> You may be interested in some functionality I've implemented to file
Stephen> completed todo items within their category and further edit them, and
Stephen> also send them to the .todo-done file if desired.  (I haven't added a
Stephen> print function though.)  I posted a large patch for todo-mode.el to
Stephen> gnu.emacs.bug last Spring that included this and other functionality,
Stephen> as well as some bug fixes.  In response to your question, I've just
Stephen> posted the latest version to gnu.emacs.sources (now just as the source
Stephen> file instead of the large diff I posted to gnu.emacs.bug).  I hope you
Stephen> find this useful and welcome any feedback.

Stephen,

I could not file this in gnu.emacs.sources.  Is it available some
other way, perhaps an ftp site?



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Subject: Re: Software/HD ecology (was Re:...Bug in Emacs 21.3.50)
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Ajanta <address@hidden> writes:

> Phillip Lord <address@hidden> wrote:
> 
> > At the end of the day, Stefan's point, that hard drive space is not
> > worth the effort saving it would entail, is true.  
> 
> I didn't get my point across. The problem is not of space but clutter.

Yes.  And in this world, the clutter is still a problem -- not for the disk
space it occupies, but for the human time it consumes.  Best to clean it
up immediately when you know what it is, rather than getting hopelessly
confused next year when you are trying to upgrade.

Donald Arseneau                          address@hidden
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Subject: Re: using DDE from gnu-emacs
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Jesper Harder <address@hidden> wrote in message news:<address@hidden>...
> address@hidden (Ehud Reshef) writes:
> 
> > I Would like to modify AuCTeX's latex-pdf feature, as to first close
> > any possibly open instances of the destination PDF file.
> > I have seen that TeXnicCenter does that using Acrobat Reader's DDE.
> >
> > I am looking for a way to send to Acrobat, a DDE command from
> > gnu-Emacs
> 
> See:
> 
> <http://groups.google.com/groups?threadm=wkd778pgoh.fsf%40try.harder.Invalid&rnum=3>

Thanks
I Tried to follow the lead from there, and create the following (vey
similar) lisp code:

(defun acrobat-close-doc (file)
  "Close <file> in Acrobat, using DDE."
  (save-excursion
    (set-buffer (get-buffer-create " *ddeclient*"))
    (erase-buffer)
    (insert (concat "[DocClose( " concat(file ".pdf )]" )))
    (call-process-region (point-min) (point-max)
                         "ddeclient" t t nil "acroview" "control")
    (if (= 0 (string-to-int (buffer-string))) t nil)))

(defun TeX-run-pdfLaTeX (name command file)
  "Create a process for NAME using COMMAND to format FILE with
pdfLaTeX."
;  (acrobat-close-all-docs)
  (acrobat-close-doc(file))
  (TeX-run-LaTeX name command file)
  )

(add-to-list 'TeX-command-list
             (list "PDFLaTeX" "pdflatex\ \\nonstopmode\input %s"
                   'TeX-run-pdfLaTeX nil t))

The problem is that when I run the pdflatex command from auctex, I
get:

acrobat-close-doc: Symbol's function definition is void: file

I'm not very proficient with lisp...

Suggestions?
TIA
Ehud
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I am trying to get W3 working with emacs on Mac OS X. I have compiled
and installed the latest CVS versions of emacs, url and w3. However,
when I start W3 I get the following error in Backtrace.

Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument arrayp nil)
  font-size(nil)
  font-default-size-for-device(nil)
  font-spatial-to-canonical("+12pt")
  css-expand-length("+12pt" t)
  css-expand-value(height "+12pt")
  css-parse-args(238 257)
  css-parse("file:/usr/local/share/default.css" nil nil)
  w3-find-default-stylesheets()
  w3-refresh-stylesheets()
  w3-do-setup()
  w3()
* call-interactively(w3)

I have tried rooting around in the code but can't seem to get to the
bottom of it - maybe something to do with the font specification on
Mac OS X?? Has anyone else got W3 working on Mac OS X and can you help
me with this error?

One thing to note - I am running on Mac OS X 10.1.5 as I can't afford
to upgrade to 10.2 yet.

Thanks,
  Colin


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