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Re: [Orgmode] Re: remember integration problem with 6.06

From: Rohan Nicholls
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Re: remember integration problem with 6.06
Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2010 22:41:58 +0100

Brilliant, thanks.

On Fri, Mar 19, 2010 at 6:34 PM, Carsten Dominik
<address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi Rohan,
> if you are getting your org distribution through git, then
> you need to make at least org-install.el like this.
> make autoloads
> Otherwise, your (require 'org-install) might pick the empty
> org-install.el that comes with Emacs.

That must be the problem.  I started loading things manually, and it
was like the
org-remember library had not been loaded.  When I executed load-library on
org-remember everything then worked.

I will recompile everything.

> You can also type "make" to compile all lisp files, and this
> will *also* produce lisp/org-install.el
> If you do M-x find-library RET org-install RET, you will know which
> one you are currently loading, and if org-remember-annotation is in
> there.

On my linux system I had done the find-library thing, and noticed that it was
loading the system org.  Looking at the load-path I noticed that all the
system lisp files were at the front of the load-path with add-to-list
throwing things on the back, which is new and unexpected.  I fixed
this with a (setq load-path (reverse load-path)), and then had to
unload and reload org-mode, but this was a seriously hacky way to do

I have not restarted my emacs lately on linux, but will give it a
whirl after compiling, and see if that helps.


I am pretty sure it has. :)



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