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Re: [O] Help testing orgmode connection to interactive web environment

From: Bill Burdick
Subject: Re: [O] Help testing orgmode connection to interactive web environment
Date: Sun, 23 Aug 2015 06:55:53 +0000

On Sun, Aug 23, 2015 at 9:24 AM Peter Salazar <address@hidden> wrote:
In Chrome: 

The show/hide button doesn't seem to do anything. 
Clicking CLICKING THIS LINK gives "elisp links not supported." 
Edits don't seem to stick. 

Thanks for the feedback, Peter!

Elisp is not supported because it's not connected to your Emacs -- we haven't published the connection mode to Melpa yet because we wanted some people to look it over first before I made an actual announcement.

I just put instructions on how to get leisure-connection-mode for Emacs into the doc.  Until we publish the Melpa package, you can just clone the GitHub repository if you want to connect to emacs.  The instructions go over this in more detail.

Show/Hide just toggles visibility for top-level headlines that have the hidden property set to true and in this document, the only hidden "slide" (i.e. top-level headline) is the last one, which contains some settings, so you have to be at the very bottom of the doc to see it that slide show up.

By changes not sticking, do you mean if you refresh the document they disappear?  This is true because it's just loading a static web page.  If you pop up Leisure from Emacs, it will be connected to what is in the buffer, so your changes will persist.  When collaboration works again, changes will be mirrored to other collaborators (the older version has collaboration but the new version does not, yet).  For storage, we'll use OAuth to hook up to GitHub, Dropbox, Google Drive, etc., as we get the connectors implemented.

-- Bill

On Sat, Aug 22, 2015 at 4:42 PM, Bill Burdick <address@hidden> wrote:
Sorry -- I should have mentioned that it only supports Chromium/Chrome at the moment!

On Sat, Aug 22, 2015 at 11:04 PM David A. Gershman <address@hidden> wrote:
I'm not sure what is supposed to happen, but I went to the link, allowed
_javascript_ for the textcraft.org domain (via NoScript), and still just
got a blue screen with the title "Loading Leisure..."...nothing else

I'm running Debian Jessie w/Iceweasel 38.2.0 (repository supplied).

On 08/22/2015 07:49 AM, Bill Burdick wrote:
> Hi there!
> I'm working on an open-source web-based platform for interactive
> editable documents that uses orgmode format, called Leisure.  I have
> minor mode that connects it to Emacs orgmode buffers so that edits are
> mirrored between them.
> I've been working on this for quite a while and I'm putting together
> an announcement document but I still wouldn't call it robust or
> complete, yet.
> My goal is to put together a video and make an announcement soon but I
> want to make sure I have covered a "reasonable amount" of orgmode and
> also have a "reasonable amount" of neato functionality, so I'm looking
> for brave souls who:
> - use orgmode regularly
> - want an editable web representation that updates as they edit in Emacs
> - won't mind some exciting adventures
> - don't mind dirtying their hands with software that's still a bit buggy
> Anyone think they might be interested in helping me test this thing
> and giving me their impressions?
> If you'd like to see what I have, so far, you can view the rough,
> unpolished version of my Emacs-to-Leisure document (subject to drastic
> change).  At this point, this link is in flux so your mileage may vary:
> http://textcraft.org/newLeisure/?load=elisp/README.org
> -- Bill Burdick

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