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[Orgmode] Command line tricks

From: Russell Adams
Subject: [Orgmode] Command line tricks
Date: Wed, 6 Aug 2008 03:37:41 -0500
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.18 (2008-05-17)

I've recently started using a few command line options with Org I
thought I'd share, perhaps they'll inspire someone else.

In my ~/.bashrc, I have defined an alias for Org that runs:

emacs -nw --funcall org-agenda-list

Which pulls up Org in the agenda view, which is where I wanted to be
in the first place!

I'm working away at latex, and I've divided up some of my files in
Org, and got tired to manually triggering the export to latex.

Instead now I have a makefile which runs:

emacs --eval '(setq enable-local-variables :all)' \
          filename.org \
          -f org-export-as-latex \
          -f save-buffers-kill-emacs

This opens my Org file, exports it to latex, and quits. I'm very
pleased with the result, because the makefile next calls pdflatex to
PDF my document. The local variables override is because I set some
custom headers in the documents.


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