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Re: [O] [ANN] org-bandbook - Professional Band Management for Computer L
Re: [O] [ANN] org-bandbook - Professional Band Management for Computer Literate Musicians
Thu, 25 Sep 2014 19:26:34 +0200
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.3 (gnu/linux)
Andreas Leha <address@hidden> writes:
> Thorsten Jolitz <address@hidden> writes:
>> Thorsten Jolitz <address@hidden> writes:
>>> Hi List,
>>> see the attached ASCII version of org-bandbook.el's comment section for
>>> more info:
>>> Thorsten Jolitz
>> Ups, forgot to mention the core command ;)
>> | M-x org-bandbook-make-bandbook
>> to produce the PDF.
> This sounds interesting (pun intended). I might be interested. Would
> you be able to provide an example to play with?
when you look at the github page
you'll see these two examples:
I cannot put a pdf online because the songs in these projects have
copyrights, that would be asking for a lot of trouble.
The whole thing is build around the directory structure, similar to java
projects in eclipse or maven projects. So it makes no sense to just get
the elisp sources, you actually need to clone the git repo.
To try it out, you can then open the master.org file of an example
project and call
| M-x org-bandbook-make-bandbook
after loading /src/org-bandbook.el and dependendies (puml, org-dp) of
course, you find them in my github repo:
| ;;; Requires
| (eval-when-compile (require 'cl))
| (require 'puml)
| (require 'org-dp-lib)
This should produce a pdf that looks 'alright' so far. But I think this
has the potential to grow, since its just a perfect showcase for
Org-mode's versatility and might meet a real demand.
It works on my machine, would be interesting to see if it works for you
For starting your own project, make a new git branch, and either rename
one of the example projects or add another project-xyz directory.