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Re: [Orgmode] [ANN] org-mac-protocol, fully updated for 10.6 and with ad
Re: [Orgmode] [ANN] org-mac-protocol, fully updated for 10.6 and with added applications
Tue, 6 Apr 2010 12:07:00 +0200
On Mar 30, 2010, at 1:05 AM, Christopher Suckling wrote:
On Mon, 29 Mar 2010 13:28:31 +0200, Carsten Dominik <address@hidden
this is awesome!
I guess this is a single elisp file?
Then you should just send it to me when ready. I will add it and
also make an entry for it in org-modules.
There is a single elisp file, but there are also 6 AppleScripts and
Ruby script (AppleScript doesn't provide character escaping) that
the whole thing together with other applications.
How would you handle the installation when these scripts are in org/
contrib/mac-protocol/script or something like this.
(Sorry, accidentally moved thread off-list)
It would need to be a manual install as described in the
Problem is that there are so many possible Emacsen with emacsclient
residing in different places, that it would often be necessary for the
user to edit one of the AppleScripts to point to their copy of
I don't think the default org-mode Makefile installs stuff from the
contrib directory? Or have I missed something regarding the
of files in contrib?
That is correct.
So my proposal would be then that we add a whole directory for you to
contrib, and in that directory you put all the necessary files and
instructions for installation. Should we keep the .el file in contrib/
lisp, or would you rather have people install it only when they also
dive in and install the scripts? In the latter case it might be
better to have it in your own directory. If the former case, we can
add it to contrib/lisp and even add an entry in org-modules, but then
it will not (fully) work until the scripts have been installed.
Go ahead and send me the package to install, with full instructions, I
will do what you decide is best.
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