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Re: [O] passing LC_ALL environment variable to org export call

From: Johannes Rainer
Subject: Re: [O] passing LC_ALL environment variable to org export call
Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2014 12:54:02 +0200

hi Rasmus,

thanks for your hint. I checked Sys.getenv before and after the failing code, 
but LC_ALL was always properly set. I’m afraid my problem relates to some Mac 
LLVM and GCC gfortran compiler thing, since I’m using a R version compiled 
against the Mac Accelerate framework (vecLib)… it is just so strange that I 
only get the error in Emacs org-mode upon exporting the org file, but not, if I 
evaluate each code chunk separately.

to set all environment variables I’m using the “exec-path-from-shell” 
extension, so, all environment settings from the shell are available in Emacs.

On 26 Sep 2014, at 15:56, Rasmus <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hi Johannes,
> Johannes Rainer <address@hidden> writes:
>> I stumbled across a strange problem. I’m using org-mode to perform
>> analyses in R and I have one block of R-code in which I use mclapply
>> to perform parallel calculations. evaluating this code block using C-c
>> C-c works fine, but I get a segfault error when I export the org file.
>> This has to do something with the LC_ALL environment variable as I can
>> reproduce the same error above in R in a terminal after “unset
>> LC_ALL”.
>> Is there a way to pass environment variables to the export call?
> Check the two functions `getenv' and `setenv' and the variable
> `org-export-async-init-file'.  You should be able to cook something
> up.
> It sound like there's an issue with your system-setup.  I'd look into
> that before.
> Hope it helps,
> Rasmus
> -- 
> Lasciate ogni speranza, voi che leggete questo.

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