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Re: [O] Babel more verbose?

From: Nick Dokos
Subject: Re: [O] Babel more verbose?
Date: Tue, 02 Sep 2014 23:58:25 -0400
User-agent: Gnus/5.130012 (Ma Gnus v0.12) Emacs/24.4.50 (gnu/linux)

John Kitchin <address@hidden> writes:

> I found a message is not sufficient because I get another message from
> running the code block that looks like:
> Wrote
> /var/folders/5q/lllv2yf95hg_n6h6kjttbmdw0000gn/T/babel-27354lYd/ob-input-27354uxF
> and it obscures the first message so you cannot tell what is happening.

Right - that seems to be quite accidental though: it is done by
write-region in ob-eval.el:org-babel--shell-command-on-region when it
writes the input file, before it is passed to the shell for execution;
hardly a significant milestone. I wonder if that call should be changed
to suppress the message, something like

      (write-region start end input-file nil 'no-message)

quite apart from the problem at hand.


>>> Try this:
>>> #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
>>> (defadvice org-babel-execute-src-block (around progress nil activate)
>>>   "create a buffer indicating what is running"
>>>   (let ((code-block (org-element-property :name (org-element-at-point)))
>>>     (cb (current-buffer)))
>>>     (split-window-below)
>>>     (other-window 1)
>>>     (switch-to-buffer "*My Babel*")
>>>     (insert (format "Running %s" code-block))
>>>     (other-window 1)
>>>     ad-do-it
>>>     (kill-buffer "*My Babel*")
>>>     (delete-other-windows)))
>>> #+END_SRC
>>> It will mess with your windows a bit, but it does what you want I think.
>> Wouldn't a (message (format "Running %s" code-block)) be enough?
>> That would avoid all the window munging.
>>> Gary Oberbrunner <address@hidden> writes:
>>>> I have an org-mode babel program/document that takes about half an
>>>> hour to run (end result is a LaTeX or HTML doc with figures). It's a
>>>> mix of SQL and python. (The SQL is the slow part.) I'd really like it
>>>> if org-mode could tell me, while it's running, which named block it's
>>>> processing. Is there anything like that available? An option perhaps?
>> --
>> Nick


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