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Re: [O] [OT] Xiki - could something like that be done with emacs+orgmode
Re: [O] [OT] Xiki - could something like that be done with emacs+orgmode?
Wed, 19 Sep 2012 18:59:51 -0600
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.2.50 (gnu/linux)
Andrew Hyatt <address@hidden> writes:
> That's odd, I get "No org-babel-execute function for sh!". I think I
> just hadn't require'd ob-sh, and when I did this fixed the problem.
For security reasons evaluation is not turned on by default. The
relevant chapter of the manual is a very good resource .
> My point about removing the boilerplate still stands, however. If I
> have some free time in the next month, I may try to see if I can get
> it removed as I proposed above.
You can insert code-block templates by typing <s TAB, and there exists
other methods of expressing code blocks (e.g., inline code blocks).
If you do want to experiment with different syntax, it should be fairly
easy to write a function which parses some sparse code syntax near the
point and then calls existing org-babel-execute functions to run the
code. For example the following function will check to see if the
current line starts with a "$", and if so, it will run the line in your
shell and insert the result immediately following the line.
;; -*- emacs-lisp -*-
(defun sparse-execute ()
(if (string= (thing-at-point 'char) "$")
(let ((result (org-babel-execute:sh
(substring (thing-at-point 'line) 1) '())))
(open-line 1) (forward-char 1)
(let ((beg (point)))
(insert (format "%s" result))
(org-babel-examplize-region beg (point))))
(error "this line doesn't look executable"))))
Re: [O] [OT] Xiki - could something like that be done with emacs+orgmode?, Eden Cardim, 2012/09/18
Re: [O] [OT] Xiki - could something like that be done with emacs+orgmode?, Luis Anaya, 2012/09/18