Some keymaps and helper-code can be found as part of my dotfiles at



2013.05.13 Getting serious about using it




I’ve started an org-directory in Dropbox
Haven’t had any problems over the last two months (2013.07.18).


See also: EmacsWiki:DropBox




Org-Mode tutorial


NOTE: claims that marking a TODO as DONE will automatically time-stamp it closed.
It did not for me.


Based on this, I added the following to my config file to get this (time-stamp PLUS note):


;;; per
(setq org-log-done 'time)
(setq org-log-done 'note)



getting the latest

I had to remove previous version of org that I found in my path. ugh
then add the repo to packages
roughly following notes @


I had other issues, but mainly because marmalad was throwing an error; once that was removed from the package list, things worked fine.


Except now markdown export doesn’t work, and some other things are funky, mainly with a (invalid-function org-with-wide-buffer) error....



Using org-mode for journaling

Journaling with org-mode has some elisp code, but it appears to be for a single journal file, with new additions each day.
My own extended journal.el code subdivides into months folder and day files.
Modifying some of the journal code to create daily org-files might be what I want.
In the short term. It’s what I’m used to from 4+ years of using that journal, but may not be the best.


using org-mode as a day planner - is a much more complicated structure. I’ll look into it.


Daily org-file code, with some awkward keybindings, can be found at



Editing/inlining code with org-mode which points out that the shortcut to start a code-block is <s TAB and also includes the language chart. (The shortcut is also pointed out in the literate programming link, above.)



<s TAB to start a code block
C-c ' to edit the code block is a major-mode buffer


There is also an evaluation shortcut, but only elisp evaluation is enabled by default.


Literate programming and org-mode
How to Use Emacs Org-Babel Mode to Write Literate Programming Documents


sideways ref: Literate programming and my Emacs configuration file - Inspired by the Emacs Starter Kit, I set up my configuration file using Org-babel.



publishing/exporting with org-mode

markdown - for cutting-edge org-mode.



export controls


  • org-md-export-to-markdown - exports to a file (saved, and open in a new buffer)
  • org-md-export-as-markdown - exports to a new buffer (w/o saving)


I’ve updated to 8.0.3 but still can’t do markdown-export


[in an org-buffer]


Debugger entered--Lisp error: (invalid-function org-with-wide-buffer)
  org-with-wide-buffer(1 nil)
  #[(files templates) "\306\307eb\310\311\312\306#\205\223



UPDATE 2013.05.21: see EmacsWiki:OrgMode#publish where I found and entered some notes


Some of this is working (see markdown notes, above) -- I think my primary problem is that the tutorial doesn’t reflect the breaking-changed in org 8.0.3


voluminous update notes dump

** [[][org-publish-html tutorial]]
*** tried the steps in the tutorial, setting things up as follows:

(require 'org-publish)
(setq org-publish-project-alist

        ;; ... add all the components here (see below)...
         :base-directory "d:/dropbox/emacs/org/"
         :base-extension "org"
         :publishing-directory "d:/dropbox/emacs/html/"
         :recursive t
         :publishing-function org-html-publish-to-html
         :headline-levels 4             ; Just the default for this project.
         :auto-preamble t

         :base-directory "d:/dropbox/emacs/org/"
         :base-extension "css\\|js\\|png\\|jpg\\|gif\\|pdf\\|mp3\\|ogg\\|swf"
         :publishing-directory "d:/dropbox/emacs/html/"
         :recursive t
         :publishing-function org-publish-attachment

         ("org" :components ("org-notes" "org-static"))


*** executing the first one gives an error again:

Debugger entered--Lisp error: (file-error "Cannot open load file" "org-publish")
  eval((require (quote org-publish)))
  call-interactively(eval-last-sexp nil nil)

*** BUT...
*** If I change it to

(require 'ox-publish)


**** well, no error defining things, anyway.

*** still can't publish:

**** Debugger entered--Lisp error: (void-function org-publish-org-to-html)

*** [[]] suggests that the issue is the new branch, which isn't fully documents. Q#$%@#$%@#$

*** "The publishing function should be: `org-html-publish-to-html'"


*** "Now M-x org-publish-project RET org RET publishes everything recursively to ~/public_html/. Target directories are created, if they don't yet exist. "

**** yep. everything showed up

**** ideally, I'd want to publish a single page, or a segment from a page...

** see [[][The New Org-mode Exporter Framework]]



trello to org-mode

trello-to-org-mode.el - convert trello json-file to org



Converting org-mode to pmwiki markup

Nothing really exists.
However, there are modes and notes on converting org to media wiki. which could be adapted:


A mediawiki export for Emacs org-mode
[[|a simple sed script which does a
very basic translation between org-mode and mediawiki.]] some conversions, including HTML and Mediawiki to pmwiki



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