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Re: [O] Using org-entities to escape symbols

From: drymer
Subject: Re: [O] Using org-entities to escape symbols
Date: Tue, 10 May 2016 22:16:44 +0000

Very strange. I have that piece of code in a file with other things, and
all of them (behind and after the snippet) is getting evaluated. Also,
what you're saying still doesn't work.

And now I see. I casually have installed emacs 25 and I just remembered
it. It works fine there.

Kaushal Modi:
> On Tue, May 10, 2016 at 5:25 PM drymer <address@hidden> wrote:
>> I'll try the other approach if we can't make this work, because I like
>> it more x)
>> I've evaluated all of it, even re-opened emacs.
>> Uh, in my description of that function it doesn't say the same, it's the
>> regular one. I've executed toggle-debug-on-error and re-evaluated and
>> nothing. It seems that is not being evaluated.
> That's very strange. One thing is good that now it makes sense why "C-u *"
> is inserting "****" in your emacs -Q session.. the advice isn't getting
> applied in the first place!
> Now it is difficult to tell why that advice isn't getting applied in the
> first place. I wonder if the code is actually getting evaluated when you
> think that it is getting evaluated. Can you describe the steps you take to
> evaluate that code?
> Here's one more try:
> 1. Download the attached modi-org-entity.el file
> 2. Run emacs -Q -l /PATH/TO/modi-org-entity.el --eval "(org-mode)" &
> 3. C-u * should then work as expected.
> Make sure to replace "/PATH/TO/" above with the actual path where you
> downloaded modi-org-entity.el.

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