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Re: [Orgmode] [ANN] org-fstree: insert directory subtrees into org buff
Re: [Orgmode] [ANN] org-fstree: insert directory subtrees into org buffers / UPDATE
Thu, 18 Jun 2009 18:35:32 -0400
On Thu, Jun 11, 2009 at 11:56 PM, Andreas Burtzlaff<address@hidden> wrote:
> you remembered me to publish the new version 0.4 of org-fstree, that
> features dynamic generation and deletion of directory contents on
> visibility change and thus makes the complete filesystem browsable in
> real time inside the org file. ( set option :dynamic-update t )
> The entries are also sorted in alphanumeric order now.
Thanks! That really helps!
>> The other thing that would be nice (but I can manage without) is
>> to be able to indicate that the directory being listed is the
>> attachment directory. I like to be able to do things like store
>> monthly statements from utilities with my notes concerning
>> interactions with that utility.
> Hm, I don't really get your intention, sorry. How do you want the
> directory's content to be displayed if it is an "attachment directory"?
It could be displayed just like a regular directory being shown in
org-fstree. I like to store documents related to projects in my
attachment directory, and sometimes want to seem them. If I just open
the directory with ^A-^A-F to view it in dired mode, and an attachment
is a PDF, clicking on it opens the PDF file in emacs. Not the same as
opening a link to the PDF, which is what org-fstree gives me. So I
have been using org-fstree, and pointing it to the attachment
directory, and getting much nicer results -- other than having to
figure out a path to the attachment directory. Would be nice if
org-fstree did that for me.
I have "att:" as a link prefix to my attachment directory; if
org-fstree could expand link prefixes, that would be a nice general
solution (but what to do if the expansion isn't a local directory?).
Just an idea... Thanks for this extension.