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Re: frustrations

From: Timothy
Subject: Re: frustrations
Date: Wed, 01 Dec 2021 20:36:28 +0800
User-agent: mu4e 1.6.9; emacs 28.0.50

Hi Jan,

Not that I’m unsympathetic to your issues, however I must say that your email
seems to have little to do with Org, and this *is* the Org mailing list.

Perhaps you would be better served by something like emacs.stackexchange.com.

Jan Ulrich Hasecke <juh+org-mode@mailbox.org> writes:

> Hi all,
> after happily using straight for quite a while I am currently frustrated by a
> couple of problems.
> In a different thread I asked about exporting citations, which does not
> work for me at all.
> Today I discovered that pamparam does not work anymore with an error
> message mentioned here:
> <https://github.com/nobiot/org-transclusion/issues/105>
> Even to get to this error, as pamparam didn’t start at all, I had to
> manually fix something in worf.el
> <https://github.com/leotaku/worf/commit/38e901d3888e3a245a5cba14a061bffa1c5fd20b>
> If I understand correctly, straight uses the bleeding of packages from
> github. Maybe this is not what I want. Maybe in the past I just was
> lucky not to hit a bug or an incompatible change.
> There are some more issues. Startup time of my emacs is more than 30
> seconds even after optimizing something with esup. I have 10.000+ files
> in my org-roam and fear that I hit some limitation either of org-roam or
> my hardware.
> How do you configure your emacs using current versions like org 9.5 but
> at the same time avoiding problems with incompatible packages or newly
> introduced bugs?
> In a few days I’ll get a new computer and I have serious doubt whether
> to copy my settings.org to the new one, because there are too many
> problems in the last couple of weeks.
> Any hints?
> juh

All the best,

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