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Re: [O] [babel] using #+call for inline results

From: Eric Schulte
Subject: Re: [O] [babel] using #+call for inline results
Date: Wed, 29 Jun 2011 10:25:59 -0700
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.0.50 (gnu/linux)

Hi Seb,

I have attempted to reproduce the two problems I've seen mentioned,

1. repeated prompts to evaluate code when `org-confirm-babel-evaluate'
   is set to nil

2. Org-mode files not being seen with Org set as the major mode

I've used the following minimal configuration

Attachment: seb.el
Description: application/emacs-lisp

which adds the problematic Org-mode file you included in a recent email
(attached) into the list of org-agenda-files.

Attachment: seb.org
Description: Text Data

I have been unable to reproduce either of the problems you described.
Could you start with these two files and build a minimal example
demonstrating the bug which can be started with something along the
lines of
: emacs -Q -l seb.el

Once I can observer the behavior then I should have a chance to fix it.

Thanks -- Eric

Eric Schulte <address@hidden> writes:

> "Sebastien Vauban" <address@hidden> writes:
>> Hi Eric,
>> Eric Schulte wrote:
>>>> Well, I have many other problems with this version (such as speed commands
>>>> not working anymore, yasnippet expansion not working anymore on TAB, some
>>>> files which say they're not in Org-agenda-files, etc.) but that's another
>>>> story.
>>> I don't understand, are you saying that all of the above problems are caused
>>> by the introduction of inline call lines? I have not experienced any of
>>> these problems.
>> No, I just said I had many other little problems since the last git update.
>> Though, I did not know where they come from. Now, I am positive that it comes
>> from the LOB. See the ECM I sent yesterday, and the similar report done
>> yesterday by Darlan.
> Hi Seb,
> I don't know what you are referencing above, but if the new LOB behavior
> is causing problems then I certainly want to help resolve them.  Can you
> link me to the "ECM" you mentioned, and to Darlan's report?
>>>> About this, my only weirdness is that I had to confirm 12 times (yes, 12!)
>>>> that I wanted to execute the calls.
>>>> I have this in my emacs config file for months
>>>>         ;; don't be prompted on every code block evaluation
>>>>         (setq org-confirm-babel-evaluate nil)
>>>> ... has this var become a local file variable?
>>> This has not become a buffer local variable and I can not reproduce your
>>> problem, could you please submit a minimal configuration with which I
>>> can reproduce this problem.
>> When removing the Org file with the SQL code from my org-agenda-files, and
>> relaunching Emacs (on an updated git), I don't see that problem anymore...
>> Maybe related to the above problem, then.
> Hmm, could you send me a copy (or minimal subset) of this offending
> Org-mode file that causes the multiple prompts?  Are you loading this
> file using `org-babel-lob-ingest'?
>>>> Last thing: the questions in the echo area sometimes display the block name
>>>> in parentheses, sometimes not...
>>>> - "Evaluate this emacs-lisp code block (square) on your system? (yes or 
>>>> no)"
>>>> - "Evaluate this emacs-lisp code block on your system? (yes or no)"
>>> When the code block has a name, the name is shown in parens, when the code
>>> block is not named no name is shown.
>> What I did not understand, is that these messages appeared when running the
>> example file I took, where only one block is defined, and that block is 
>> named.
>> Hence, I'd expect to always see the same message, with the block name in
>> parentheses.
>> Though, as I don't have to confirm anymore (the symptom disappeared), we can
>> put this in the fridge... but for the problem with the LOB file (see
>> thtp://www.mail-archive.com/address@hidden/msg43083.html).
> Oh, I see, the file in question is mentioned in this linked email.  I
> will take a look and see if I can reproduce locally.  Expect more from
> me on this today.
> Cheers -- Eric
>> Best regards,
>>   Seb

Eric Schulte

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