Unfortunately, I am talking just a phone, so I don't think I'd find
that especially practical.
On 10/12/2017 06:01 PM, Martin Alsinet
If your phone screen is big enough, you could use termux
+ emacs + git &
With that you could use the same stack on Android as on
Termux is a linux console for Android that lets you install
packages with something similar to apt-get in debian/ubuntu.
I am thinking about getting a cheap Android tablet myself
in order to have a ultra light mobile workstation with termux.
On the other hand, a terminal console on a 5 inch phone
screen doesn't seem to be very practical for prolonged work.
All along, I anticipated using this with Android (and,
iOS). The MobileOrg feature set looked great, and the syncing
looked a lot better than sharing Dropbox.
I use git to share my ~/org between two computers (laptop and
using git-remote-gcrypt to store on a server. This makes
resolving conflicts easy (I move between the two throughout
the day, so
Dropbox is really not a great option here.) Sync integrity --
least robust detection of conflicts -- is a must. Encryption
is a "very
nice to have."
Here's what I've found so far:
MobileOrg - supports WebDAV storage. Has a robust sync
integrated with org-mode, in which it seems to be able to
write out its
changes to a separate file that the computer can integrate.
smart, though I suspect it will require additional hacking to
multiple Android devices. org-mode docs mention encryption
but the encryption is not supported by MobileOrg. Also,
last updated 4 years ago and seems to have bitrotted.
Orgzly - Supports only Dropbox or local-on-Android storage.
is insecure, as it permits any app on the system to read the
am really not sure how to integrate this with my workflow. It
like potentials for conflicts are extremely high.
SyncOrg - Shows some promise, but couldn't even test locally
due to the
folder selection screen not working for the "External/Local
Suspect it's trying to do something insecure as well, or
doesn't work on
Oreo? ssh support seems to actually be ssh+git, which is nice
that it's unencrypted. doh. The documentation made no
resolving conflicts. https://github.com/wizmer/syncorg/wiki/FAQ
to suggest it uses the old MobileOrg push/pull in org-mode,
but I can't
see how that possibly works well with Git. I suspect that FAQ
totally obsolete, because it also talks about a Dropbox
that SyncOrg doesn't even have. I could use this if I drop
git-remote-gcrypt, I hope.
MobileOrg-NG - Last updated in 2012. Didn't really look past