Oh no! Version dependencies… (December 30, 2007, 1) - 2I really want to share my code for reviewing Org timeclock entries for each date. However, it depends on functionality that’s only in the development version of Org. Do I tell people to change to that version? Do I try to make it work with the standard version that comes with Emacs? And the development
sacha/emacs-wiki-markup-string (April 20, 2005, 0) -
(defun sacha/emacs-wiki-markup-string (string)
"Mark up STRING according to `emacs-wiki-publishing-rules'.
No header or footer is added."
(let ((emacs-wiki-project emacs-wiki-current-project))
(let ((emacs-wiki-publishing-header "")
emacs-wiki-id.el (January 2, 2004, 0) - ../emacs/emacs-wiki/emacs-wiki-id.el contains a first attempt at
an ID system for emacs-wiki and indeed is quite nice. Following IDs works.
I’ll figure out how to automatically add, create, remove, yadayada them soon.
Publishing absolute URLs in RSS feeds (April 17, 2004, 0) - - ../../notebook/emacs/emacs-wiki-config.el
(defvar sacha/emacs-wiki-use-absolute-url-flag nil
"Non-nil means publish absolute URLs.")
(defadvice planner-rss-add-note (around sacha/absolute-urls activate)
"Publish absolute URLs."
(let ((sacha/emacs-wiki-use-absolute-url-flag t))
(defadvice emacs-wiki-markup-link (around sacha activate)
"Resolve the matched wiki-link into its ultimate form.
Images used the tag."
;; avoid marking up urls that appear to