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font-weight: bold } /* Name.Constant */ .highlight .nd { color: #555555 } /* Name.Decorator */ .highlight .ne { color: #bb0066; font-weight: bold } /* Name.Exception */ .highlight .nf { color: #0066bb; font-weight: bold } /* Name.Function */ .highlight .nl { color: #336699; font-style: italic } /* Name.Label */ .highlight .nn { color: #bb0066; font-weight: bold } /* Name.Namespace */ .highlight .py { color: #336699; font-weight: bold } /* Name.Property */ .highlight .nt { color: #bb0066; font-weight: bold } /* Name.Tag */ .highlight .nv { color: #336699 } /* Name.Variable */ .highlight .ow { color: #008800 } /* Operator.Word */ .highlight .w { color: #bbbbbb } /* Text.Whitespace */ .highlight .mb { color: #0000DD; font-weight: bold } /* Literal.Number.Bin */ .highlight .mf { color: #0000DD; font-weight: bold } /* Literal.Number.Float */ .highlight .mh { color: #0000DD; font-weight: bold } /* Literal.Number.Hex */ .highlight .mi { color: #0000DD; font-weight: bold } /* Literal.Number.Integer */ .highlight .mo { color: #0000DD; font-weight: bold } /* Literal.Number.Oct */ .highlight .sa { color: #dd2200; background-color: #fff0f0 } /* Literal.String.Affix */ .highlight .sb { color: #dd2200; background-color: #fff0f0 } /* Literal.String.Backtick */ .highlight .sc { color: #dd2200; background-color: #fff0f0 } /* Literal.String.Char */ .highlight .dl { color: #dd2200; background-color: #fff0f0 } /* Literal.String.Delimiter */ .highlight .sd { color: #dd2200; background-color: #fff0f0 } /* Literal.String.Doc */ .highlight .s2 { color: #dd2200; background-color: #fff0f0 } /* Literal.String.Double */ .highlight .se { color: #0044dd; background-color: #fff0f0 } /* Literal.String.Escape */ .highlight .sh { color: #dd2200; background-color: #fff0f0 } /* Literal.String.Heredoc */ .highlight .si { color: #3333bb; background-color: #fff0f0 } /* Literal.String.Interpol */ .highlight .sx { color: #22bb22; background-color: #f0fff0 } /* Literal.String.Other */ .highlight .sr { color: #008800; background-color: #fff0ff } /* Literal.String.Regex */ .highlight .s1 { color: #dd2200; background-color: #fff0f0 } /* Literal.String.Single */ .highlight .ss { color: #aa6600; background-color: #fff0f0 } /* Literal.String.Symbol */ .highlight .bp { color: #003388 } /* Name.Builtin.Pseudo */ .highlight .fm { color: #0066bb; font-weight: bold } /* Name.Function.Magic */ .highlight .vc { color: #336699 } /* Name.Variable.Class */ .highlight .vg { color: #dd7700 } /* Name.Variable.Global */ .highlight .vi { color: #3333bb } /* Name.Variable.Instance */ .highlight .vm { color: #336699 } /* Name.Variable.Magic */ .highlight .il { color: #0000DD; font-weight: bold } /* Literal.Number.Integer.Long */;;; org-loaddefs.el --- autogenerated file, do not edit ;; ;;; Code: ;;;### (autoloads (org-babel-mark-block org-babel-previous-src-block ;;;;;; org-babel-next-src-block org-babel-goto-named-result org-babel-goto-named-src-block ;;;;;; org-babel-goto-src-block-head org-babel-hide-result-toggle-maybe ;;;;;; org-babel-sha1-hash org-babel-execute-subtree org-babel-execute-buffer ;;;;;; org-babel-map-executables org-babel-map-call-lines org-babel-map-inline-src-blocks ;;;;;; org-babel-map-src-blocks org-babel-open-src-block-result ;;;;;; org-babel-switch-to-session-with-code org-babel-switch-to-session ;;;;;; org-babel-initiate-session org-babel-load-in-session org-babel-insert-header-arg ;;;;;; org-babel-check-src-block org-babel-expand-src-block org-babel-execute-src-block ;;;;;; org-babel-pop-to-session-maybe org-babel-load-in-session-maybe ;;;;;; org-babel-expand-src-block-maybe org-babel-view-src-block-info ;;;;;; org-babel-execute-maybe org-babel-execute-safely-maybe) "ob-core" ;;;;;; "ob-core.el" "e079d8aba02a20a56288a4ed1f86d604") ;;; Generated autoloads from ob-core.el (autoload 'org-babel-execute-safely-maybe "ob-core" "\ Not documented \(fn)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-babel-execute-maybe "ob-core" "\ Not documented \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-view-src-block-info "ob-core" "\ Display information on the current source block. This includes header arguments, language and name, and is largely a window into the org-babel-get-src-block-info' function. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-expand-src-block-maybe "ob-core" "\ Conditionally expand a source block. Detect if this is context for a org-babel src-block and if so then run org-babel-expand-src-block'. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-load-in-session-maybe "ob-core" "\ Conditionally load a source block in a session. Detect if this is context for a org-babel src-block and if so then run org-babel-load-in-session'. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-pop-to-session-maybe "ob-core" "\ Conditionally pop to a session. Detect if this is context for a org-babel src-block and if so then run org-babel-switch-to-session'. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-execute-src-block "ob-core" "\ Execute the current source code block. Insert the results of execution into the buffer. Source code execution and the collection and formatting of results can be controlled through a variety of header arguments. With prefix argument ARG, force re-execution even if an existing result cached in the buffer would otherwise have been returned. Optionally supply a value for INFO in the form returned by org-babel-get-src-block-info'. Optionally supply a value for PARAMS which will be merged with the header arguments specified at the front of the source code block. \(fn &optional ARG INFO PARAMS)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-expand-src-block "ob-core" "\ Expand the current source code block. Expand according to the source code block's header arguments and pop open the results in a preview buffer. \(fn &optional ARG INFO PARAMS)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-check-src-block "ob-core" "\ Check for misspelled header arguments in the current code block. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-insert-header-arg "ob-core" "\ Insert a header argument selecting from lists of common args and values. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-load-in-session "ob-core" "\ Load the body of the current source-code block. Evaluate the header arguments for the source block before entering the session. After loading the body this pops open the session. \(fn &optional ARG INFO)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-initiate-session "ob-core" "\ Initiate session for current code block. If called with a prefix argument then resolve any variable references in the header arguments and assign these variables in the session. Copy the body of the code block to the kill ring. \(fn &optional ARG INFO)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-switch-to-session "ob-core" "\ Switch to the session of the current code block. Uses org-babel-initiate-session' to start the session. If called with a prefix argument then this is passed on to org-babel-initiate-session'. \(fn &optional ARG INFO)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-switch-to-session-with-code "ob-core" "\ Switch to code buffer and display session. \(fn &optional ARG INFO)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-open-src-block-result "ob-core" "\ If point' is on a src block then open the results of the source code block, otherwise return nil. With optional prefix argument RE-RUN the source-code block is evaluated even if results already exist. \(fn &optional RE-RUN)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-map-src-blocks "ob-core" "\ Evaluate BODY forms on each source-block in FILE. If FILE is nil evaluate BODY forms on source blocks in current buffer. During evaluation of BODY the following local variables are set relative to the currently matched code block. full-block ------- string holding the entirety of the code block beg-block -------- point at the beginning of the code block end-block -------- point at the end of the matched code block lang ------------- string holding the language of the code block beg-lang --------- point at the beginning of the lang end-lang --------- point at the end of the lang switches --------- string holding the switches beg-switches ----- point at the beginning of the switches end-switches ----- point at the end of the switches header-args ------ string holding the header-args beg-header-args -- point at the beginning of the header-args end-header-args -- point at the end of the header-args body ------------- string holding the body of the code block beg-body --------- point at the beginning of the body end-body --------- point at the end of the body \(fn FILE &rest BODY)" nil (quote macro)) (autoload 'org-babel-map-inline-src-blocks "ob-core" "\ Evaluate BODY forms on each inline source-block in FILE. If FILE is nil evaluate BODY forms on source blocks in current buffer. \(fn FILE &rest BODY)" nil (quote macro)) (autoload 'org-babel-map-call-lines "ob-core" "\ Evaluate BODY forms on each call line in FILE. If FILE is nil evaluate BODY forms on source blocks in current buffer. \(fn FILE &rest BODY)" nil (quote macro)) (autoload 'org-babel-map-executables "ob-core" "\ Not documented \(fn FILE &rest BODY)" nil (quote macro)) (autoload 'org-babel-execute-buffer "ob-core" "\ Execute source code blocks in a buffer. Call org-babel-execute-src-block' on every source block in the current buffer. \(fn &optional ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-execute-subtree "ob-core" "\ Execute source code blocks in a subtree. Call org-babel-execute-src-block' on every source block in the current subtree. \(fn &optional ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-sha1-hash "ob-core" "\ Generate an sha1 hash based on the value of info. \(fn &optional INFO)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-hide-result-toggle-maybe "ob-core" "\ Toggle visibility of result at point. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-goto-src-block-head "ob-core" "\ Go to the beginning of the current code block. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-goto-named-src-block "ob-core" "\ Go to a named source-code block. \(fn NAME)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-goto-named-result "ob-core" "\ Go to a named result. \(fn NAME)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-next-src-block "ob-core" "\ Jump to the next source block. With optional prefix argument ARG, jump forward ARG many source blocks. \(fn &optional ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-previous-src-block "ob-core" "\ Jump to the previous source block. With optional prefix argument ARG, jump backward ARG many source blocks. \(fn &optional ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-mark-block "ob-core" "\ Mark current src block. \(fn)" t nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-babel-describe-bindings) "ob-keys" "ob-keys.el" ;;;;;; "f41a561a02eb66238c2824e76e3f8cc8") ;;; Generated autoloads from ob-keys.el (autoload 'org-babel-describe-bindings "ob-keys" "\ Describe all keybindings behind org-babel-key-prefix'. \(fn)" t nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-babel-lob-get-info org-babel-lob-execute-maybe) ;;;;;; "ob-lob" "ob-lob.el" "be09335287121c6bf4403a57f3244b94") ;;; Generated autoloads from ob-lob.el (autoload 'org-babel-lob-execute-maybe "ob-lob" "\ Execute a Library of Babel source block, if appropriate. Detect if this is context for a Library Of Babel source block and if so then run the appropriate source block from the Library. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-lob-get-info "ob-lob" "\ Return a Library of Babel function call as a string. \(fn)" nil nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-babel-tangle org-babel-tangle-file) "ob-tangle" ;;;;;; "ob-tangle.el" "f2e6212ecf8512d3893e6198962eb888") ;;; Generated autoloads from ob-tangle.el (autoload 'org-babel-tangle-file "ob-tangle" "\ Extract the bodies of source code blocks in FILE. Source code blocks are extracted with org-babel-tangle'. Optional argument TARGET-FILE can be used to specify a default export file for all source blocks. Optional argument LANG can be used to limit the exported source code blocks by language. \(fn FILE &optional TARGET-FILE LANG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-babel-tangle "ob-tangle" "\ Write code blocks to source-specific files. Extract the bodies of all source code blocks from the current file into their own source-specific files. With one universal prefix argument, only tangle the block at point. When two universal prefix arguments, only tangle blocks for the tangle file of the block at point. Optional argument TARGET-FILE can be used to specify a default export file for all source blocks. Optional argument LANG can be used to limit the exported source code blocks by language. \(fn &optional ARG TARGET-FILE LANG)" t nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-agenda-to-appt org-calendar-goto-agenda org-diary ;;;;;; org-agenda-list-stuck-projects org-tags-view org-todo-list ;;;;;; org-search-view org-agenda-list org-batch-store-agenda-views ;;;;;; org-store-agenda-views org-batch-agenda-csv org-batch-agenda ;;;;;; org-agenda org-toggle-sticky-agenda) "org-agenda" "org-agenda.el" ;;;;;; (20959 48141)) ;;; Generated autoloads from org-agenda.el (autoload 'org-toggle-sticky-agenda "org-agenda" "\ Toggle org-agenda-sticky'. \(fn &optional ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-agenda "org-agenda" "\ Dispatch agenda commands to collect entries to the agenda buffer. Prompts for a command to execute. Any prefix arg will be passed on to the selected command. The default selections are: a Call org-agenda-list' to display the agenda for current day or week. t Call org-todo-list' to display the global todo list. T Call org-todo-list' to display the global todo list, select only entries with a specific TODO keyword (the user gets a prompt). m Call org-tags-view' to display headlines with tags matching a condition (the user is prompted for the condition). M Like m', but select only TODO entries, no ordinary headlines. L Create a timeline for the current buffer. e Export views to associated files. s Search entries for keywords. S Search entries for keywords, only with TODO keywords. / Multi occur across all agenda files and also files listed in org-agenda-text-search-extra-files'. < Restrict agenda commands to buffer, subtree, or region. Press several times to get the desired effect. > Remove a previous restriction. # List \"stuck\" projects. ! Configure what \"stuck\" means. C Configure custom agenda commands. More commands can be added by configuring the variable org-agenda-custom-commands'. In particular, specific tags and TODO keyword searches can be pre-defined in this way. If the current buffer is in Org-mode and visiting a file, you can also first press <' once to indicate that the agenda should be temporarily \(until the next use of \\[org-agenda]) restricted to the current file. Pressing <' twice means to restrict to the current subtree or region \(if active). \(fn &optional ARG ORG-KEYS RESTRICTION)" t nil) (autoload 'org-batch-agenda "org-agenda" "\ Run an agenda command in batch mode and send the result to STDOUT. If CMD-KEY is a string of length 1, it is used as a key in org-agenda-custom-commands' and triggers this command. If it is a longer string it is used as a tags/todo match string. Parameters are alternating variable names and values that will be bound before running the agenda command. \(fn CMD-KEY &rest PARAMETERS)" nil (quote macro)) (autoload 'org-batch-agenda-csv "org-agenda" "\ Run an agenda command in batch mode and send the result to STDOUT. If CMD-KEY is a string of length 1, it is used as a key in org-agenda-custom-commands' and triggers this command. If it is a longer string it is used as a tags/todo match string. Parameters are alternating variable names and values that will be bound before running the agenda command. The output gives a line for each selected agenda item. Each item is a list of comma-separated values, like this: category,head,type,todo,tags,date,time,extra,priority-l,priority-n category The category of the item head The headline, without TODO kwd, TAGS and PRIORITY type The type of the agenda entry, can be todo selected in TODO match tagsmatch selected in tags match diary imported from diary deadline a deadline on given date scheduled scheduled on given date timestamp entry has timestamp on given date closed entry was closed on given date upcoming-deadline warning about deadline past-scheduled forwarded scheduled item block entry has date block including g. date todo The todo keyword, if any tags All tags including inherited ones, separated by colons date The relevant date, like 2007-2-14 time The time, like 15:00-16:50 extra Sting with extra planning info priority-l The priority letter if any was given priority-n The computed numerical priority agenda-day The day in the agenda where this is listed \(fn CMD-KEY &rest PARAMETERS)" nil (quote macro)) (autoload 'org-store-agenda-views "org-agenda" "\ Store agenda views. \(fn &rest PARAMETERS)" t nil) (autoload 'org-batch-store-agenda-views "org-agenda" "\ Run all custom agenda commands that have a file argument. \(fn &rest PARAMETERS)" nil (quote macro)) (autoload 'org-agenda-list "org-agenda" "\ Produce a daily/weekly view from all files in variable org-agenda-files'. The view will be for the current day or week, but from the overview buffer you will be able to go to other days/weeks. With a numeric prefix argument in an interactive call, the agenda will span ARG days. Lisp programs should instead specify SPAN to change the number of days. SPAN defaults to org-agenda-span'. START-DAY defaults to TODAY, or to the most recent match for the weekday given in org-agenda-start-on-weekday'. When WITH-HOUR is non-nil, only include scheduled and deadline items if they have an hour specification like [h]h:mm. \(fn &optional ARG START-DAY SPAN WITH-HOUR)" t nil) (autoload 'org-search-view "org-agenda" "\ Show all entries that contain a phrase or words or regular expressions. With optional prefix argument TODO-ONLY, only consider entries that are TODO entries. The argument STRING can be used to pass a default search string into this function. If EDIT-AT is non-nil, it means that the user should get a chance to edit this string, with cursor at position EDIT-AT. The search string can be viewed either as a phrase that should be found as is, or it can be broken into a number of snippets, each of which must match in a Boolean way to select an entry. The default depends on the variable org-agenda-search-view-always-boolean'. Even if this is turned off (the default) you can always switch to Boolean search dynamically by preceding the first word with \"+\" or \"-\". The default is a direct search of the whole phrase, where each space in the search string can expand to an arbitrary amount of whitespace, including newlines. If using a Boolean search, the search string is split on whitespace and each snippet is searched separately, with logical AND to select an entry. Words prefixed with a minus must *not* occur in the entry. Words without a prefix or prefixed with a plus must occur in the entry. Matching is case-insensitive. Words are enclosed by word delimiters (i.e. they must match whole words, not parts of a word) if org-agenda-search-view-force-full-words' is set (default is nil). Boolean search snippets enclosed by curly braces are interpreted as regular expressions that must or (when preceded with \"-\") must not match in the entry. Snippets enclosed into double quotes will be taken as a whole, to include whitespace. - If the search string starts with an asterisk, search only in headlines. - If (possibly after the leading star) the search string starts with an exclamation mark, this also means to look at TODO entries only, an effect that can also be achieved with a prefix argument. - If (possibly after star and exclamation mark) the search string starts with a colon, this will mean that the (non-regexp) snippets of the Boolean search must match as full words. This command searches the agenda files, and in addition the files listed in org-agenda-text-search-extra-files'. \(fn &optional TODO-ONLY STRING EDIT-AT)" t nil) (autoload 'org-todo-list "org-agenda" "\ Show all (not done) TODO entries from all agenda file in a single list. The prefix arg can be used to select a specific TODO keyword and limit the list to these. When using \\[universal-argument], you will be prompted for a keyword. A numeric prefix directly selects the Nth keyword in org-todo-keywords-1'. \(fn &optional ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-tags-view "org-agenda" "\ Show all headlines for all org-agenda-files' matching a TAGS criterion. The prefix arg TODO-ONLY limits the search to TODO entries. \(fn &optional TODO-ONLY MATCH)" t nil) (autoload 'org-agenda-list-stuck-projects "org-agenda" "\ Create agenda view for projects that are stuck. Stuck projects are project that have no next actions. For the definitions of what a project is and how to check if it stuck, customize the variable org-stuck-projects'. \(fn &rest IGNORE)" t nil) (autoload 'org-diary "org-agenda" "\ Return diary information from org files. This function can be used in a \"sexp\" diary entry in the Emacs calendar. It accesses org files and extracts information from those files to be listed in the diary. The function accepts arguments specifying what items should be listed. For a list of arguments allowed here, see the variable org-agenda-entry-types'. The call in the diary file should look like this: &%%(org-diary) ~/path/to/some/orgfile.org Use a separate line for each org file to check. Or, if you omit the file name, all files listed in org-agenda-files' will be checked automatically: &%%(org-diary) If you don't give any arguments (as in the example above), the default value of org-agenda-entry-types' is used: (:deadline :scheduled :timestamp :sexp). So the example above may also be written as &%%(org-diary :deadline :timestamp :sexp :scheduled) The function expects the lisp variables entry' and date' to be provided by the caller, because this is how the calendar works. Don't use this function from a program - use org-agenda-get-day-entries' instead. \(fn &rest ARGS)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-calendar-goto-agenda "org-agenda" "\ Compute the Org-mode agenda for the calendar date displayed at the cursor. This is a command that has to be installed in calendar-mode-map'. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-agenda-to-appt "org-agenda" "\ Activate appointments found in org-agenda-files'. With a \\[universal-argument] prefix, refresh the list of appointments. If FILTER is t, interactively prompt the user for a regular expression, and filter out entries that don't match it. If FILTER is a string, use this string as a regular expression for filtering entries out. If FILTER is a function, filter out entries against which calling the function returns nil. This function takes one argument: an entry from org-agenda-get-day-entries'. FILTER can also be an alist with the car of each cell being either 'headline or 'category. For example: '((headline \"IMPORTANT\") (category \"Work\")) will only add headlines containing IMPORTANT or headlines belonging to the \"Work\" category. ARGS are symbols indicating what kind of entries to consider. By default org-agenda-to-appt' will use :deadline*, :scheduled* \(i.e., deadlines and scheduled items with a hh:mm specification) and :timestamp entries. See the docstring of org-diary' for details and examples. If an entry has a APPT_WARNTIME property, its value will be used to override appt-message-warning-time'. \(fn &optional REFRESH FILTER &rest ARGS)" t nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-archive-subtree-default-with-confirmation ;;;;;; org-archive-subtree-default org-toggle-archive-tag org-archive-to-archive-sibling ;;;;;; org-archive-subtree) "org-archive" "org-archive.el" "bc3cb1755c5b20dc90bde801f0202eca") ;;; Generated autoloads from org-archive.el (autoload 'org-archive-subtree "org-archive" "\ Move the current subtree to the archive. The archive can be a certain top-level heading in the current file, or in a different file. The tree will be moved to that location, the subtree heading be marked DONE, and the current time will be added. When called with prefix argument FIND-DONE, find whole trees without any open TODO items and archive them (after getting confirmation from the user). If the cursor is not at a headline when this command is called, try all level 1 trees. If the cursor is on a headline, only try the direct children of this heading. \(fn &optional FIND-DONE)" t nil) (autoload 'org-archive-to-archive-sibling "org-archive" "\ Archive the current heading by moving it under the archive sibling. The archive sibling is a sibling of the heading with the heading name org-archive-sibling-heading' and an org-archive-tag' tag. If this sibling does not exist, it will be created at the end of the subtree. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-toggle-archive-tag "org-archive" "\ Toggle the archive tag for the current headline. With prefix ARG, check all children of current headline and offer tagging the children that do not contain any open TODO items. \(fn &optional FIND-DONE)" t nil) (autoload 'org-archive-subtree-default "org-archive" "\ Archive the current subtree with the default command. This command is set with the variable org-archive-default-command'. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-archive-subtree-default-with-confirmation "org-archive" "\ Archive the current subtree with the default command. This command is set with the variable org-archive-default-command'. \(fn)" t nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-attach) "org-attach" "org-attach.el" "0f042777440a0b6677b74d048cc07bba") ;;; Generated autoloads from org-attach.el (autoload 'org-attach "org-attach" "\ The dispatcher for attachment commands. Shows a list of commands and prompts for another key to execute a command. \(fn)" t nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-bbdb-anniversaries) "org-bbdb" "org-bbdb.el" ;;;;;; "867e99974c8aab087ba115fc8f89e956") ;;; Generated autoloads from org-bbdb.el (autoload 'org-bbdb-anniversaries "org-bbdb" "\ Extract anniversaries from BBDB for display in the agenda. \(fn)" nil nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-capture-import-remember-templates org-capture ;;;;;; org-capture-string) "org-capture" "org-capture.el" (20959 ;;;;;; 48141)) ;;; Generated autoloads from org-capture.el (autoload 'org-capture-string "org-capture" "\ Capture STRING with the template selected by KEYS. \(fn STRING &optional KEYS)" t nil) (autoload 'org-capture "org-capture" "\ Capture something. \\ This will let you select a template from org-capture-templates', and then file the newly captured information. The text is immediately inserted at the target location, and an indirect buffer is shown where you can edit it. Pressing \\[org-capture-finalize] brings you back to the previous state of Emacs, so that you can continue your work. When called interactively with a \\[universal-argument] prefix argument GOTO, don't capture anything, just go to the file/headline where the selected template stores its notes. With a double prefix argument \\[universal-argument] \\[universal-argument], go to the last note stored. When called with a C-0' (zero) prefix, insert a template at point. ELisp programs can set KEYS to a string associated with a template in org-capture-templates'. In this case, interactive selection will be bypassed. If org-capture-use-agenda-date' is non-nil, capturing from the agenda will use the date at point as the default date. Then, a C-1' prefix will tell the capture process to use the HH:MM time of the day at point (if any) or the current HH:MM time. \(fn &optional GOTO KEYS)" t nil) (autoload 'org-capture-import-remember-templates "org-capture" "\ Set org-capture-templates' to be similar to org-remember-templates'. \(fn)" t nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-dblock-write:clocktable org-clock-report org-clock-get-clocktable ;;;;;; org-clock-display org-clock-sum org-clock-goto org-clock-cancel ;;;;;; org-clock-out org-clock-in-last org-clock-in org-resolve-clocks) ;;;;;; "org-clock" "org-clock.el" "dc41f9f7d7c12101c0f61cfa3276c451") ;;; Generated autoloads from org-clock.el (autoload 'org-resolve-clocks "org-clock" "\ Resolve all currently open org-mode clocks. If only-dangling-p' is non-nil, only ask to resolve dangling \(i.e., not currently open and valid) clocks. \(fn &optional ONLY-DANGLING-P PROMPT-FN LAST-VALID)" t nil) (autoload 'org-clock-in "org-clock" "\ Start the clock on the current item. If necessary, clock-out of the currently active clock. With a prefix argument SELECT (\\[universal-argument]), offer a list of recently clocked tasks to clock into. When SELECT is \\[universal-argument] \\[universal-argument], clock into the current task and mark it as the default task, a special task that will always be offered in the clocking selection, associated with the letter d'. When SELECT is \\[universal-argument] \\[universal-argument] \\[universal-argument], clock in by using the last clock-out time as the start time (see org-clock-continuously' to make this the default behavior.) \(fn &optional SELECT START-TIME)" t nil) (autoload 'org-clock-in-last "org-clock" "\ Clock in the last closed clocked item. When already clocking in, send an warning. With a universal prefix argument, select the task you want to clock in from the last clocked in tasks. With two universal prefix arguments, start clocking using the last clock-out time, if any. With three universal prefix arguments, interactively prompt for a todo state to switch to, overriding the existing value org-clock-in-switch-to-state'. \(fn &optional ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-clock-out "org-clock" "\ Stop the currently running clock. Throw an error if there is no running clock and FAIL-QUIETLY is nil. With a universal prefix, prompt for a state to switch the clocked out task to, overriding the existing value of org-clock-out-switch-to-state'. \(fn &optional SWITCH-TO-STATE FAIL-QUIETLY AT-TIME)" t nil) (autoload 'org-clock-cancel "org-clock" "\ Cancel the running clock by removing the start timestamp. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-clock-goto "org-clock" "\ Go to the currently clocked-in entry, or to the most recently clocked one. With prefix arg SELECT, offer recently clocked tasks for selection. \(fn &optional SELECT)" t nil) (autoload 'org-clock-sum "org-clock" "\ Sum the times for each subtree. Puts the resulting times in minutes as a text property on each headline. TSTART and TEND can mark a time range to be considered. HEADLINE-FILTER is a zero-arg function that, if specified, is called for each headline in the time range with point at the headline. Headlines for which HEADLINE-FILTER returns nil are excluded from the clock summation. PROPNAME lets you set a custom text property instead of :org-clock-minutes. \(fn &optional TSTART TEND HEADLINE-FILTER PROPNAME)" t nil) (autoload 'org-clock-display "org-clock" "\ Show subtree times in the entire buffer. If TOTAL-ONLY is non-nil, only show the total time for the entire file in the echo area. Use \\[org-clock-remove-overlays] to remove the subtree times. \(fn &optional TOTAL-ONLY)" t nil) (autoload 'org-clock-get-clocktable "org-clock" "\ Get a formatted clocktable with parameters according to PROPS. The table is created in a temporary buffer, fully formatted and fontified, and then returned. \(fn &rest PROPS)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-clock-report "org-clock" "\ Create a table containing a report about clocked time. If the cursor is inside an existing clocktable block, then the table will be updated. If not, a new clocktable will be inserted. The scope of the new clock will be subtree when called from within a subtree, and file elsewhere. When called with a prefix argument, move to the first clock table in the buffer and update it. \(fn &optional ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-dblock-write:clocktable "org-clock" "\ Write the standard clocktable. \(fn PARAMS)" nil nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-agenda-columns org-insert-columns-dblock org-dblock-write:columnview ;;;;;; org-columns) "org-colview" "org-colview.el" (20959 48141)) ;;; Generated autoloads from org-colview.el (autoload 'org-columns "org-colview" "\ Turn on column view on an org-mode file. When COLUMNS-FMT-STRING is non-nil, use it as the column format. \(fn &optional COLUMNS-FMT-STRING)" t nil) (autoload 'org-dblock-write:columnview "org-colview" "\ Write the column view table. PARAMS is a property list of parameters: :width enforce same column widths with specifiers. :id the :ID: property of the entry where the columns view should be built. When the symbol local', call locally. When global' call column view with the cursor at the beginning of the buffer (usually this means that the whole buffer switches to column view). When \"file:path/to/file.org\", invoke column view at the start of that file. Otherwise, the ID is located using org-id-find'. :hlines When t, insert a hline before each item. When a number, insert a hline before each level <= that number. :vlines When t, make each column a colgroup to enforce vertical lines. :maxlevel When set to a number, don't capture headlines below this level. :skip-empty-rows When t, skip rows where all specifiers other than ITEM are empty. :format When non-nil, specify the column view format to use. \(fn PARAMS)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-insert-columns-dblock "org-colview" "\ Create a dynamic block capturing a column view table. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-agenda-columns "org-colview" "\ Turn on or update column view in the agenda. \(fn)" t nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-check-version) "org-compat" "org-compat.el" ;;;;;; (20959 48141)) ;;; Generated autoloads from org-compat.el (autoload 'org-check-version "org-compat" "\ Try very hard to provide sensible version strings. \(fn)" nil (quote macro)) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-datetree-find-date-create) "org-datetree" ;;;;;; "org-datetree.el" "954f9d30ea6ea9b72b310bba030ca9a4") ;;; Generated autoloads from org-datetree.el (autoload 'org-datetree-find-date-create "org-datetree" "\ Find or create an entry for DATE. If KEEP-RESTRICTION is non-nil, do not widen the buffer. When it is nil, the buffer will be widened to make sure an existing date tree can be found. \(fn DATE &optional KEEP-RESTRICTION)" nil nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-element-context org-element-at-point org-element-interpret-data) ;;;;;; "org-element" "org-element.el" "63f37029da475dfaf7d33aa9b1ced9fa") ;;; Generated autoloads from org-element.el (autoload 'org-element-interpret-data "org-element" "\ Interpret DATA as Org syntax. DATA is a parse tree, an element, an object or a secondary string to interpret. Optional argument PARENT is used for recursive calls. It contains the element or object containing data, or nil. Return Org syntax as a string. \(fn DATA &optional PARENT)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-element-at-point "org-element" "\ Determine closest element around point. Return value is a list like (TYPE PROPS) where TYPE is the type of the element and PROPS a plist of properties associated to the element. Possible types are defined in org-element-all-elements'. Properties depend on element or object type, but always include :begin', :end', :parent' and :post-blank' properties. As a special case, if point is at the very beginning of a list or sub-list, returned element will be that list instead of the first item. In the same way, if point is at the beginning of the first row of a table, returned element will be the table instead of the first row. If optional argument KEEP-TRAIL is non-nil, the function returns a list of elements leading to element at point. The list's CAR is always the element at point. The following positions contain element's siblings, then parents, siblings of parents, until the first element of current section. \(fn &optional KEEP-TRAIL)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-element-context "org-element" "\ Return closest element or object around point. Return value is a list like (TYPE PROPS) where TYPE is the type of the element or object and PROPS a plist of properties associated to it. Possible types are defined in org-element-all-elements' and org-element-all-objects'. Properties depend on element or object type, but always include :begin', :end', :parent' and :post-blank'. Optional argument ELEMENT, when non-nil, is the closest element containing point, as returned by org-element-at-point'. Providing it allows for quicker computation. \(fn &optional ELEMENT)" nil nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-feed-show-raw-feed org-feed-goto-inbox org-feed-update ;;;;;; org-feed-update-all) "org-feed" "org-feed.el" "f5f190118c0e7321f88972d9a4749f5f") ;;; Generated autoloads from org-feed.el (autoload 'org-feed-update-all "org-feed" "\ Get inbox items from all feeds in org-feed-alist'. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-feed-update "org-feed" "\ Get inbox items from FEED. FEED can be a string with an association in org-feed-alist', or it can be a list structured like an entry in org-feed-alist'. \(fn FEED &optional RETRIEVE-ONLY)" t nil) (autoload 'org-feed-goto-inbox "org-feed" "\ Go to the inbox that captures the feed named FEED. \(fn FEED)" t nil) (autoload 'org-feed-show-raw-feed "org-feed" "\ Show the raw feed buffer of a feed. \(fn FEED)" t nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-footnote-normalize org-footnote-action) "org-footnote" ;;;;;; "org-footnote.el" "0c5e60ed6c35672fea1ddebc70d622d7") ;;; Generated autoloads from org-footnote.el (autoload 'org-footnote-action "org-footnote" "\ Do the right thing for footnotes. When at a footnote reference, jump to the definition. When at a definition, jump to the references if they exist, offer to create them otherwise. When neither at definition or reference, create a new footnote, interactively. With prefix arg SPECIAL, offer additional commands in a menu. \(fn &optional SPECIAL)" t nil) (autoload 'org-footnote-normalize "org-footnote" "\ Collect the footnotes in various formats and normalize them. This finds the different sorts of footnotes allowed in Org, and normalizes them to the usual [N] format. When SORT-ONLY is set, only sort the footnote definitions into the referenced sequence. \(fn &optional SORT-ONLY)" nil nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-id-store-link org-id-find-id-file org-id-find ;;;;;; org-id-goto org-id-get org-id-get-create) "org-id" "org-id.el" ;;;;;; "7b374ed9fe87717fa9c66320c507cd02") ;;; Generated autoloads from org-id.el (autoload 'org-id-get-create "org-id" "\ Create an ID for the current entry and return it. If the entry already has an ID, just return it. With optional argument FORCE, force the creation of a new ID. \(fn &optional FORCE)" t nil) (autoload 'org-id-get "org-id" "\ Get the ID property of the entry at point-or-marker POM. If POM is nil, refer to the entry at point. If the entry does not have an ID, the function returns nil. However, when CREATE is non nil, create an ID if none is present already. PREFIX will be passed through to org-id-new'. In any case, the ID of the entry is returned. \(fn &optional POM CREATE PREFIX)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-id-goto "org-id" "\ Switch to the buffer containing the entry with id ID. Move the cursor to that entry in that buffer. \(fn ID)" t nil) (autoload 'org-id-find "org-id" "\ Return the location of the entry with the id ID. The return value is a cons cell (file-name . position), or nil if there is no entry with that ID. With optional argument MARKERP, return the position as a new marker. \(fn ID &optional MARKERP)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-id-find-id-file "org-id" "\ Query the id database for the file in which this ID is located. \(fn ID)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-id-store-link "org-id" "\ Store a link to the current entry, using its ID. \(fn)" t nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-indent-mode) "org-indent" "org-indent.el" ;;;;;; "5257f4635c377537f302a83dc69419dd") ;;; Generated autoloads from org-indent.el (autoload 'org-indent-mode "org-indent" "\ When active, indent text according to outline structure. Internally this works by adding line-prefix' and wrap-prefix' properties, after each buffer modification, on the modified zone. The process is synchronous. Though, initial indentation of buffer, which can take a few seconds on large buffers, is done during idle time. \(fn &optional ARG)" t nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-irc-store-link) "org-irc" "org-irc.el" "f5d45d21f475b63408f333384ce1cc61") ;;; Generated autoloads from org-irc.el (autoload 'org-irc-store-link "org-irc" "\ Dispatch to the appropriate function to store a link to an IRC session. \(fn)" nil nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-load-noerror-mustsuffix) "org-macs" "org-macs.el" ;;;;;; (20959 48141)) ;;; Generated autoloads from org-macs.el (autoload 'org-load-noerror-mustsuffix "org-macs" "\ Load FILE with optional arguments NOERROR and MUSTSUFFIX. Drop the MUSTSUFFIX argument for XEmacs, which doesn't recognize it. \(fn FILE)" nil (quote macro)) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-mobile-pull org-mobile-push) "org-mobile" ;;;;;; "org-mobile.el" "385f6e8212babd40eb1d232951b3aa53") ;;; Generated autoloads from org-mobile.el (autoload 'org-mobile-push "org-mobile" "\ Push the current state of Org affairs to the target directory. This will create the index file, copy all agenda files there, and also create all custom agenda views, for upload to the mobile phone. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-mobile-pull "org-mobile" "\ Pull the contents of org-mobile-capture-file' and integrate them. Apply all flagged actions, flag entries to be flagged and then call an agenda view showing the flagged items. \(fn)" t nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-plot/gnuplot) "org-plot" "org-plot.el" "99a279b8b25fe56779d7c49fc617f1bf") ;;; Generated autoloads from org-plot.el (autoload 'org-plot/gnuplot "org-plot" "\ Plot table using gnuplot. Gnuplot options can be specified with PARAMS. If not given options will be taken from the +PLOT line directly before or after the table. \(fn &optional PARAMS)" t nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (orgtbl-to-orgtbl orgtbl-to-texinfo orgtbl-to-html ;;;;;; orgtbl-to-latex orgtbl-to-csv orgtbl-to-tsv orgtbl-to-generic ;;;;;; org-table-to-lisp orgtbl-mode org-table-toggle-formula-debugger ;;;;;; org-table-toggle-coordinate-overlays org-table-edit-formulas ;;;;;; org-table-iterate-buffer-tables org-table-recalculate-buffer-tables ;;;;;; org-table-iterate org-table-recalculate org-table-set-constants ;;;;;; org-table-eval-formula org-table-maybe-recalculate-line org-table-rotate-recalc-marks ;;;;;; org-table-maybe-eval-formula org-table-get-stored-formulas ;;;;;; org-table-sum org-table-edit-field org-table-wrap-region ;;;;;; org-table-convert org-table-paste-rectangle org-table-copy-region ;;;;;; org-table-cut-region org-table-sort-lines org-table-kill-row ;;;;;; org-table-hline-and-move org-table-insert-hline org-table-insert-row ;;;;;; org-table-move-row org-table-move-row-up org-table-move-row-down ;;;;;; org-table-move-column org-table-move-column-left org-table-move-column-right ;;;;;; org-table-delete-column org-table-insert-column org-table-goto-column ;;;;;; org-table-current-dline org-table-field-info org-table-copy-down ;;;;;; org-table-next-row org-table-previous-field org-table-next-field ;;;;;; org-table-justify-field-maybe org-table-align org-table-export ;;;;;; org-table-import org-table-convert-region org-table-create ;;;;;; org-table-create-or-convert-from-region org-table-create-with-table\.el) ;;;;;; "org-table" "org-table.el" "62264557dc8b58dedacbfeabf2b684de") ;;; Generated autoloads from org-table.el (autoload 'org-table-create-with-table\.el "org-table" "\ Use the table.el package to insert a new table. If there is already a table at point, convert between Org-mode tables and table.el tables. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-create-or-convert-from-region "org-table" "\ Convert region to table, or create an empty table. If there is an active region, convert it to a table, using the function org-table-convert-region'. See the documentation of that function to learn how the prefix argument is interpreted to determine the field separator. If there is no such region, create an empty table with org-table-create'. \(fn ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-create "org-table" "\ Query for a size and insert a table skeleton. SIZE is a string Columns x Rows like for example \"3x2\". \(fn &optional SIZE)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-convert-region "org-table" "\ Convert region to a table. The region goes from BEG0 to END0, but these borders will be moved slightly, to make sure a beginning of line in the first line is included. SEPARATOR specifies the field separator in the lines. It can have the following values: '(4) Use the comma as a field separator '(16) Use a TAB as field separator integer When a number, use that many spaces as field separator nil When nil, the command tries to be smart and figure out the separator in the following way: - when each line contains a TAB, assume TAB-separated material - when each line contains a comma, assume CSV material - else, assume one or more SPACE characters as separator. \(fn BEG0 END0 &optional SEPARATOR)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-import "org-table" "\ Import FILE as a table. The file is assumed to be tab-separated. Such files can be produced by most spreadsheet and database applications. If no tabs (at least one per line) are found, lines will be split on whitespace into fields. \(fn FILE ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-export "org-table" "\ Export table to a file, with configurable format. Such a file can be imported into usual spreadsheet programs. FILE can be the output file name. If not given, it will be taken from a TABLE_EXPORT_FILE property in the current entry or higher up in the hierarchy, or the user will be prompted for a file name. FORMAT can be an export format, of the same kind as it used when orgtbl-mode' sends a table in a different format. The command suggests a format depending on TABLE_EXPORT_FORMAT, whether it is set locally or up in the hierarchy, then on the extension of the given file name, and finally on the variable org-table-export-default-format'. \(fn &optional FILE FORMAT)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-align "org-table" "\ Align the table at point by aligning all vertical bars. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-justify-field-maybe "org-table" "\ Justify the current field, text to left, number to right. Optional argument NEW may specify text to replace the current field content. \(fn &optional NEW)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-table-next-field "org-table" "\ Go to the next field in the current table, creating new lines as needed. Before doing so, re-align the table if necessary. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-previous-field "org-table" "\ Go to the previous field in the table. Before doing so, re-align the table if necessary. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-next-row "org-table" "\ Go to the next row (same column) in the current table. Before doing so, re-align the table if necessary. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-copy-down "org-table" "\ Copy a field down in the current column. If the field at the cursor is empty, copy into it the content of the nearest non-empty field above. With argument N, use the Nth non-empty field. If the current field is not empty, it is copied down to the next row, and the cursor is moved with it. Therefore, repeating this command causes the column to be filled row-by-row. If the variable org-table-copy-increment' is non-nil and the field is an integer or a timestamp, it will be incremented while copying. In the case of a timestamp, increment by one day. \(fn N)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-field-info "org-table" "\ Show info about the current field, and highlight any reference at point. \(fn ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-current-dline "org-table" "\ Find out what table data line we are in. Only data lines count for this. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-goto-column "org-table" "\ Move the cursor to the Nth column in the current table line. With optional argument ON-DELIM, stop with point before the left delimiter of the field. If there are less than N fields, just go to after the last delimiter. However, when FORCE is non-nil, create new columns if necessary. \(fn N &optional ON-DELIM FORCE)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-insert-column "org-table" "\ Insert a new column into the table. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-delete-column "org-table" "\ Delete a column from the table. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-move-column-right "org-table" "\ Move column to the right. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-move-column-left "org-table" "\ Move column to the left. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-move-column "org-table" "\ Move the current column to the right. With arg LEFT, move to the left. \(fn &optional LEFT)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-move-row-down "org-table" "\ Move table row down. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-move-row-up "org-table" "\ Move table row up. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-move-row "org-table" "\ Move the current table line down. With arg UP, move it up. \(fn &optional UP)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-insert-row "org-table" "\ Insert a new row above the current line into the table. With prefix ARG, insert below the current line. \(fn &optional ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-insert-hline "org-table" "\ Insert a horizontal-line below the current line into the table. With prefix ABOVE, insert above the current line. \(fn &optional ABOVE)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-hline-and-move "org-table" "\ Insert a hline and move to the row below that line. \(fn &optional SAME-COLUMN)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-kill-row "org-table" "\ Delete the current row or horizontal line from the table. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-sort-lines "org-table" "\ Sort table lines according to the column at point. The position of point indicates the column to be used for sorting, and the range of lines is the range between the nearest horizontal separator lines, or the entire table of no such lines exist. If point is before the first column, you will be prompted for the sorting column. If there is an active region, the mark specifies the first line and the sorting column, while point should be in the last line to be included into the sorting. The command then prompts for the sorting type which can be alphabetically, numerically, or by time (as given in a time stamp in the field). Sorting in reverse order is also possible. With prefix argument WITH-CASE, alphabetic sorting will be case-sensitive. If SORTING-TYPE is specified when this function is called from a Lisp program, no prompting will take place. SORTING-TYPE must be a character, any of (?a ?A ?n ?N ?t ?T) where the capital letter indicate that sorting should be done in reverse order. \(fn WITH-CASE &optional SORTING-TYPE)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-cut-region "org-table" "\ Copy region in table to the clipboard and blank all relevant fields. If there is no active region, use just the field at point. \(fn BEG END)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-copy-region "org-table" "\ Copy rectangular region in table to clipboard. A special clipboard is used which can only be accessed with org-table-paste-rectangle'. \(fn BEG END &optional CUT)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-paste-rectangle "org-table" "\ Paste a rectangular region into a table. The upper right corner ends up in the current field. All involved fields will be overwritten. If the rectangle does not fit into the present table, the table is enlarged as needed. The process ignores horizontal separator lines. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-convert "org-table" "\ Convert from org-mode' table to table.el and back. Obviously, this only works within limits. When an Org-mode table is converted to table.el, all horizontal separator lines get lost, because table.el uses these as cell boundaries and has no notion of horizontal lines. A table.el table can be converted to an Org-mode table only if it does not do row or column spanning. Multiline cells will become multiple cells. Beware, Org-mode does not test if the table can be successfully converted - it blindly applies a recipe that works for simple tables. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-wrap-region "org-table" "\ Wrap several fields in a column like a paragraph. This is useful if you'd like to spread the contents of a field over several lines, in order to keep the table compact. If there is an active region, and both point and mark are in the same column, the text in the column is wrapped to minimum width for the given number of lines. Generally, this makes the table more compact. A prefix ARG may be used to change the number of desired lines. For example, C-2 \\[org-table-wrap]' formats the selected text to two lines. If the region was longer than two lines, the remaining lines remain empty. A negative prefix argument reduces the current number of lines by that amount. The wrapped text is pasted back into the table. If you formatted it to more lines than it was before, fields further down in the table get overwritten - so you might need to make space in the table first. If there is no region, the current field is split at the cursor position and the text fragment to the right of the cursor is prepended to the field one line down. If there is no region, but you specify a prefix ARG, the current field gets blank, and the content is appended to the field above. \(fn ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-edit-field "org-table" "\ Edit table field in a different window. This is mainly useful for fields that contain hidden parts. When called with a \\[universal-argument] prefix, just make the full field visible so that it can be edited in place. \(fn ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-sum "org-table" "\ Sum numbers in region of current table column. The result will be displayed in the echo area, and will be available as kill to be inserted with \\[yank]. If there is an active region, it is interpreted as a rectangle and all numbers in that rectangle will be summed. If there is no active region and point is located in a table column, sum all numbers in that column. If at least one number looks like a time HH:MM or HH:MM:SS, all other numbers are assumed to be times as well (in decimal hours) and the numbers are added as such. If NLAST is a number, only the NLAST fields will actually be summed. \(fn &optional BEG END NLAST)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-get-stored-formulas "org-table" "\ Return an alist with the stored formulas directly after current table. \(fn &optional NOERROR)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-maybe-eval-formula "org-table" "\ Check if the current field starts with \"=\" or \":=\". If yes, store the formula and apply it. \(fn)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-table-rotate-recalc-marks "org-table" "\ Rotate the recalculation mark in the first column. If in any row, the first field is not consistent with a mark, insert a new column for the markers. When there is an active region, change all the lines in the region, after prompting for the marking character. After each change, a message will be displayed indicating the meaning of the new mark. \(fn &optional NEWCHAR)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-maybe-recalculate-line "org-table" "\ Recompute the current line if marked for it, and if we haven't just done it. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-eval-formula "org-table" "\ Replace the table field value at the cursor by the result of a calculation. This function makes use of Dave Gillespie's Calc package, in my view the most exciting program ever written for GNU Emacs. So you need to have Calc installed in order to use this function. In a table, this command replaces the value in the current field with the result of a formula. It also installs the formula as the \"current\" column formula, by storing it in a special line below the table. When called with a C-u' prefix, the current field must be a named field, and the formula is installed as valid in only this specific field. When called with two C-u' prefixes, insert the active equation for the field back into the current field, so that it can be edited there. This is useful in order to use \\[org-table-show-reference] to check the referenced fields. When called, the command first prompts for a formula, which is read in the minibuffer. Previously entered formulas are available through the history list, and the last used formula is offered as a default. These stored formulas are adapted correctly when moving, inserting, or deleting columns with the corresponding commands. The formula can be any algebraic expression understood by the Calc package. For details, see the Org-mode manual. This function can also be called from Lisp programs and offers additional arguments: EQUATION can be the formula to apply. If this argument is given, the user will not be prompted. SUPPRESS-ALIGN is used to speed-up recursive calls by by-passing unnecessary aligns. SUPPRESS-CONST suppresses the interpretation of constants in the formula, assuming that this has been done already outside the function. SUPPRESS-STORE means the formula should not be stored, either because it is already stored, or because it is a modified equation that should not overwrite the stored one. \(fn &optional ARG EQUATION SUPPRESS-ALIGN SUPPRESS-CONST SUPPRESS-STORE SUPPRESS-ANALYSIS)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-set-constants "org-table" "\ Set org-table-formula-constants-local' in the current buffer. \(fn)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-table-recalculate "org-table" "\ Recalculate the current table line by applying all stored formulas. With prefix arg ALL, do this for all lines in the table. With the prefix argument ALL is (16)' (a double \\[universal-prefix] \\[universal-prefix] prefix), or if it is the symbol iterate', recompute the table until it no longer changes. If NOALIGN is not nil, do not re-align the table after the computations are done. This is typically used internally to save time, if it is known that the table will be realigned a little later anyway. \(fn &optional ALL NOALIGN)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-iterate "org-table" "\ Recalculate the table until it does not change anymore. The maximum number of iterations is 10, but you can choose a different value with the prefix ARG. \(fn &optional ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-recalculate-buffer-tables "org-table" "\ Recalculate all tables in the current buffer. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-iterate-buffer-tables "org-table" "\ Iterate all tables in the buffer, to converge inter-table dependencies. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-edit-formulas "org-table" "\ Edit the formulas of the current table in a separate buffer. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-toggle-coordinate-overlays "org-table" "\ Toggle the display of Row/Column numbers in tables. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-toggle-formula-debugger "org-table" "\ Toggle the formula debugger in tables. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'orgtbl-mode "org-table" "\ The org-mode' table editor as a minor mode for use in other modes. \(fn &optional ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-table-to-lisp "org-table" "\ Convert the table at point to a Lisp structure. The structure will be a list. Each item is either the symbol hline' for a horizontal separator line, or a list of field values as strings. The table is taken from the parameter TXT, or from the buffer at point. \(fn &optional TXT)" nil nil) (autoload 'orgtbl-to-generic "org-table" "\ Convert the orgtbl-mode TABLE to some other format. This generic routine can be used for many standard cases. TABLE is a list, each entry either the symbol hline' for a horizontal separator line, or a list of fields for that line. PARAMS is a property list of parameters that can influence the conversion. A third optional argument BACKEND can be used to convert the content of the cells using a specific export back-end. For the generic converter, some parameters are obligatory: you need to specify either :lfmt, or all of (:lstart :lend :sep). Valid parameters are: :splice When set to t, return only table body lines, don't wrap them into :tstart and :tend. Default is nil. When :splice is non-nil, this also means that the exporter should not look for and interpret header and footer sections. :hline String to be inserted on horizontal separation lines. May be nil to ignore hlines. :sep Separator between two fields :remove-nil-lines Do not include lines that evaluate to nil. Each in the following group may be either a string or a function of no arguments returning a string: :tstart String to start the table. Ignored when :splice is t. :tend String to end the table. Ignored when :splice is t. :lstart String to start a new table line. :llstart String to start the last table line, defaults to :lstart. :lend String to end a table line :llend String to end the last table line, defaults to :lend. Each in the following group may be a string, a function of one argument (the field or line) returning a string, or a plist mapping columns to either of the above: :lfmt Format for entire line, with enough %s to capture all fields. If this is present, :lstart, :lend, and :sep are ignored. :llfmt Format for the entire last line, defaults to :lfmt. :fmt A format to be used to wrap the field, should contain %s for the original field value. For example, to wrap everything in dollars, you could use :fmt \"$%s$\". This may also be a property list with column numbers and formats. For example :fmt (2 \"$%s$\" 4 \"%s%%\") :hlstart :hllstart :hlend :hllend :hlsep :hlfmt :hllfmt :hfmt Same as above, specific for the header lines in the table. All lines before the first hline are treated as header. If any of these is not present, the data line value is used. This may be either a string or a function of two arguments: :efmt Use this format to print numbers with exponentials. The format should have %s twice for inserting mantissa and exponent, for example \"%s\\\\times10^{%s}\". This may also be a property list with column numbers and formats. :fmt will still be applied after :efmt. In addition to this, the parameters :skip and :skipcols are always handled directly by orgtbl-send-table'. See manual. \(fn TABLE PARAMS &optional BACKEND)" nil nil) (autoload 'orgtbl-to-tsv "org-table" "\ Convert the orgtbl-mode table to TAB separated material. \(fn TABLE PARAMS)" nil nil) (autoload 'orgtbl-to-csv "org-table" "\ Convert the orgtbl-mode table to CSV material. This does take care of the proper quoting of fields with comma or quotes. \(fn TABLE PARAMS)" nil nil) (autoload 'orgtbl-to-latex "org-table" "\ Convert the orgtbl-mode TABLE to LaTeX. TABLE is a list, each entry either the symbol hline' for a horizontal separator line, or a list of fields for that line. PARAMS is a property list of parameters that can influence the conversion. Supports all parameters from orgtbl-to-generic'. Most important for LaTeX are: :splice When set to t, return only table body lines, don't wrap them into a tabular environment. Default is nil. :fmt A format to be used to wrap the field, should contain %s for the original field value. For example, to wrap everything in dollars, use :fmt \"$%s$\". This may also be a property list with column numbers and formats. For example :fmt (2 \"$%s$\" 4 \"%s%%\") The format may also be a function that formats its one argument. :efmt Format for transforming numbers with exponentials. The format should have %s twice for inserting mantissa and exponent, for example \"%s\\\\times10^{%s}\". LaTeX default is \"%s\\\\,(%s)\". This may also be a property list with column numbers and formats. The format may also be a function that formats its two arguments. :llend If you find too much space below the last line of a table, pass a value of \"\" for :llend to suppress the final \\\\. The general parameters :skip and :skipcols have already been applied when this function is called. \(fn TABLE PARAMS)" nil nil) (autoload 'orgtbl-to-html "org-table" "\ Convert the orgtbl-mode TABLE to HTML. TABLE is a list, each entry either the symbol hline' for a horizontal separator line, or a list of fields for that line. PARAMS is a property list of parameters that can influence the conversion. Currently this function recognizes the following parameters: :splice When set to t, return only table body lines, don't wrap them into a environment. Default is nil. The general parameters :skip and :skipcols have already been applied when this function is called. The function does *not* use orgtbl-to-generic', so you cannot specify parameters for it. \(fn TABLE PARAMS)" nil nil) (autoload 'orgtbl-to-texinfo "org-table" "\ Convert the orgtbl-mode TABLE to TeXInfo. TABLE is a list, each entry either the symbol hline' for a horizontal separator line, or a list of fields for that line. PARAMS is a property list of parameters that can influence the conversion. Supports all parameters from orgtbl-to-generic'. Most important for TeXInfo are: :splice nil/t When set to t, return only table body lines, don't wrap them into a multitable environment. Default is nil. :fmt fmt A format to be used to wrap the field, should contain %s for the original field value. For example, to wrap everything in @kbd{}, you could use :fmt \"@kbd{%s}\". This may also be a property list with column numbers and formats. For example :fmt (2 \"@kbd{%s}\" 4 \"@code{%s}\"). Each format also may be a function that formats its one argument. :cf \"f1 f2..\" The column fractions for the table. By default these are computed automatically from the width of the columns under org-mode. The general parameters :skip and :skipcols have already been applied when this function is called. \(fn TABLE PARAMS)" nil nil) (autoload 'orgtbl-to-orgtbl "org-table" "\ Convert the orgtbl-mode TABLE into another orgtbl-mode table. Useful when slicing one table into many. The :hline, :sep, :lstart, and :lend provide orgtbl framing. The default nil :tstart and :tend suppress strings without splicing; they can be set to provide ORGTBL directives for the generated table. \(fn TABLE PARAMS)" nil nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-timer-set-timer org-timer-item org-timer-change-times-in-region ;;;;;; org-timer org-timer-start) "org-timer" "org-timer.el" "24d58bf234f548224d83186703c58ff0") ;;; Generated autoloads from org-timer.el (autoload 'org-timer-start "org-timer" "\ Set the starting time for the relative timer to now. When called with prefix argument OFFSET, prompt the user for an offset time, with the default taken from a timer stamp at point, if any. If OFFSET is a string or an integer, it is directly taken to be the offset without user interaction. When called with a double prefix arg, all timer strings in the active region will be shifted by a specific amount. You will be prompted for the amount, with the default to make the first timer string in the region 0:00:00. \(fn &optional OFFSET)" t nil) (autoload 'org-timer "org-timer" "\ Insert a H:MM:SS string from the timer into the buffer. The first time this command is used, the timer is started. When used with a \\[universal-argument] prefix, force restarting the timer. When used with a double prefix argument \\[universal-argument], change all the timer string in the region by a fixed amount. This can be used to recalibrate a timer that was not started at the correct moment. If NO-INSERT-P is non-nil, return the string instead of inserting it in the buffer. \(fn &optional RESTART NO-INSERT-P)" t nil) (autoload 'org-timer-change-times-in-region "org-timer" "\ Change all h:mm:ss time in region by a DELTA. \(fn BEG END DELTA)" t nil) (autoload 'org-timer-item "org-timer" "\ Insert a description-type item with the current timer value. \(fn &optional ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-timer-set-timer "org-timer" "\ Prompt for a duration and set a timer. If org-timer-default-timer' is not zero, suggest this value as the default duration for the timer. If a timer is already set, prompt the user if she wants to replace it. Called with a numeric prefix argument, use this numeric value as the duration of the timer. Called with a C-u' prefix arguments, use org-timer-default-timer' without prompting the user for a duration. With two C-u' prefix arguments, use org-timer-default-timer' without prompting the user for a duration and automatically replace any running timer. \(fn &optional OPT)" t nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-git-version org-release) "org-version" "org-version.el" ;;;;;; (20987 50561)) ;;; Generated autoloads from org-version.el (autoload 'org-release "org-version" "\ The release version of org-mode. Inserted by installing org-mode or when a release is made. \(fn)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-git-version "org-version" "\ The Git version of org-mode. Inserted by installing org-mode or when a release is made. \(fn)" nil nil) (defvar org-odt-data-dir "/usr/share/emacs/etc/org" "\ The location of ODT styles.") ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-customize org-reload org-submit-bug-report ;;;;;; org-cycle-agenda-files org-switchb org-open-link-from-string ;;;;;; org-open-at-point-global org-insert-link-global org-store-link ;;;;;; org-run-like-in-org-mode turn-on-orgstruct++ turn-on-orgstruct ;;;;;; orgstruct-mode org-global-cycle org-cycle org-mode org-clock-persistence-insinuate ;;;;;; turn-on-orgtbl org-version org-babel-load-file org-babel-do-load-languages) ;;;;;; "org" "org.el" (20981 63218)) ;;; Generated autoloads from org.el (autoload 'org-babel-do-load-languages "org" "\ Load the languages defined in org-babel-load-languages'. \(fn SYM VALUE)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-babel-load-file "org" "\ Load Emacs Lisp source code blocks in the Org-mode FILE. This function exports the source code using org-babel-tangle' and then loads the resulting file using load-file'. With prefix arg (noninteractively: 2nd arg) COMPILE the tangled Emacs Lisp file to byte-code before it is loaded. \(fn FILE &optional COMPILE)" t nil) (autoload 'org-version "org" "\ Show the org-mode version in the echo area. With prefix argument HERE, insert it at point. When FULL is non-nil, use a verbose version string. When MESSAGE is non-nil, display a message with the version. \(fn &optional HERE FULL MESSAGE)" t nil) (autoload 'turn-on-orgtbl "org" "\ Unconditionally turn on orgtbl-mode'. \(fn)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-clock-persistence-insinuate "org" "\ Set up hooks for clock persistence. \(fn)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-mode "org" "\ Outline-based notes management and organizer, alias \"Carsten's outline-mode for keeping track of everything.\" Org-mode develops organizational tasks around a NOTES file which contains information about projects as plain text. Org-mode is implemented on top of outline-mode, which is ideal to keep the content of large files well structured. It supports ToDo items, deadlines and time stamps, which magically appear in the diary listing of the Emacs calendar. Tables are easily created with a built-in table editor. Plain text URL-like links connect to websites, emails (VM), Usenet messages (Gnus), BBDB entries, and any files related to the project. For printing and sharing of notes, an Org-mode file (or a part of it) can be exported as a structured ASCII or HTML file. The following commands are available: \\{org-mode-map} \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-cycle "org" "\ TAB-action and visibility cycling for Org-mode. This is the command invoked in Org-mode by the TAB key. Its main purpose is outline visibility cycling, but it also invokes other actions in special contexts. - When this function is called with a prefix argument, rotate the entire buffer through 3 states (global cycling) 1. OVERVIEW: Show only top-level headlines. 2. CONTENTS: Show all headlines of all levels, but no body text. 3. SHOW ALL: Show everything. When called with two C-u C-u' prefixes, switch to the startup visibility, determined by the variable org-startup-folded', and by any VISIBILITY properties in the buffer. When called with three C-u C-u C-u' prefixed, show the entire buffer, including any drawers. - When inside a table, re-align the table and move to the next field. - When point is at the beginning of a headline, rotate the subtree started by this line through 3 different states (local cycling) 1. FOLDED: Only the main headline is shown. 2. CHILDREN: The main headline and the direct children are shown. From this state, you can move to one of the children and zoom in further. 3. SUBTREE: Show the entire subtree, including body text. If there is no subtree, switch directly from CHILDREN to FOLDED. - When point is at the beginning of an empty headline and the variable org-cycle-level-after-item/entry-creation' is set, cycle the level of the headline by demoting and promoting it to likely levels. This speeds up creation document structure by pressing TAB once or several times right after creating a new headline. - When there is a numeric prefix, go up to a heading with level ARG, do a show-subtree' and return to the previous cursor position. If ARG is negative, go up that many levels. - When point is not at the beginning of a headline, execute the global binding for TAB, which is re-indenting the line. See the option org-cycle-emulate-tab' for details. - Special case: if point is at the beginning of the buffer and there is no headline in line 1, this function will act as if called with prefix arg (C-u TAB, same as S-TAB) also when called without prefix arg. But only if also the variable org-cycle-global-at-bob' is t. \(fn &optional ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-global-cycle "org" "\ Cycle the global visibility. For details see org-cycle'. With \\[universal-argument] prefix arg, switch to startup visibility. With a numeric prefix, show all headlines up to that level. \(fn &optional ARG)" t nil) (put 'orgstruct-heading-prefix-regexp 'safe-local-variable 'stringp) (autoload 'orgstruct-mode "org" "\ Toggle the minor mode orgstruct-mode'. This mode is for using Org-mode structure commands in other modes. The following keys behave as if Org-mode were active, if the cursor is on a headline, or on a plain list item (both as defined by Org-mode). \(fn &optional ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'turn-on-orgstruct "org" "\ Unconditionally turn on orgstruct-mode'. \(fn)" nil nil) (autoload 'turn-on-orgstruct++ "org" "\ Unconditionally turn on orgstruct++-mode'. \(fn)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-run-like-in-org-mode "org" "\ Run a command, pretending that the current buffer is in Org-mode. This will temporarily bind local variables that are typically bound in Org-mode to the values they have in Org-mode, and then interactively call CMD. \(fn CMD)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-store-link "org" "\ \\Store an org-link to the current location. This link is added to org-stored-links' and can later be inserted into an org-buffer with \\[org-insert-link]. For some link types, a prefix arg is interpreted. For links to Usenet articles, arg negates org-gnus-prefer-web-links'. For file links, arg negates org-context-in-file-links'. A double prefix arg force skipping storing functions that are not part of Org's core. A triple prefix arg force storing a link for each line in the active region. \(fn ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-insert-link-global "org" "\ Insert a link like Org-mode does. This command can be called in any mode to insert a link in Org-mode syntax. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-open-at-point-global "org" "\ Follow a link like Org-mode does. This command can be called in any mode to follow a link that has Org-mode syntax. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-open-link-from-string "org" "\ Open a link in the string S, as if it was in Org-mode. \(fn S &optional ARG REFERENCE-BUFFER)" t nil) (autoload 'org-switchb "org" "\ Switch between Org buffers. With one prefix argument, restrict available buffers to files. With two prefix arguments, restrict available buffers to agenda files. Defaults to iswitchb' for buffer name completion. Set org-completion-use-ido' to make it use ido instead. \(fn &optional ARG)" t nil) (defalias 'org-ido-switchb 'org-switchb) (defalias 'org-iswitchb 'org-switchb) (autoload 'org-cycle-agenda-files "org" "\ Cycle through the files in org-agenda-files'. If the current buffer visits an agenda file, find the next one in the list. If the current buffer does not, find the first agenda file. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-submit-bug-report "org" "\ Submit a bug report on Org-mode via mail. Don't hesitate to report any problems or inaccurate documentation. If you don't have setup sending mail from (X)Emacs, please copy the output buffer into your mail program, as it gives us important information about your Org-mode version and configuration. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-reload "org" "\ Reload all org lisp files. With prefix arg UNCOMPILED, load the uncompiled versions. \(fn &optional UNCOMPILED)" t nil) (autoload 'org-customize "org" "\ Call the customize function with org as argument. \(fn)" t nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-ascii-publish-to-utf8 org-ascii-publish-to-latin1 ;;;;;; org-ascii-publish-to-ascii org-ascii-export-to-ascii org-ascii-export-as-ascii) ;;;;;; "ox-ascii" "ox-ascii.el" "5f7a6cd3b95f22ce8e88639a2b243fce") ;;; Generated autoloads from ox-ascii.el (autoload 'org-ascii-export-as-ascii "ox-ascii" "\ Export current buffer to a text buffer. If narrowing is active in the current buffer, only export its narrowed part. If a region is active, export that region. A non-nil optional argument ASYNC means the process should happen asynchronously. The resulting buffer should be accessible through the org-export-stack' interface. When optional argument SUBTREEP is non-nil, export the sub-tree at point, extracting information from the headline properties first. When optional argument VISIBLE-ONLY is non-nil, don't export contents of hidden elements. When optional argument BODY-ONLY is non-nil, strip title and table of contents from output. EXT-PLIST, when provided, is a property list with external parameters overriding Org default settings, but still inferior to file-local settings. Export is done in a buffer named \"*Org ASCII Export*\", which will be displayed when org-export-show-temporary-export-buffer' is non-nil. \(fn &optional ASYNC SUBTREEP VISIBLE-ONLY BODY-ONLY EXT-PLIST)" t nil) (autoload 'org-ascii-export-to-ascii "ox-ascii" "\ Export current buffer to a text file. If narrowing is active in the current buffer, only export its narrowed part. If a region is active, export that region. A non-nil optional argument ASYNC means the process should happen asynchronously. The resulting file should be accessible through the org-export-stack' interface. When optional argument SUBTREEP is non-nil, export the sub-tree at point, extracting information from the headline properties first. When optional argument VISIBLE-ONLY is non-nil, don't export contents of hidden elements. When optional argument BODY-ONLY is non-nil, strip title and table of contents from output. EXT-PLIST, when provided, is a property list with external parameters overriding Org default settings, but still inferior to file-local settings. Return output file's name. \(fn &optional ASYNC SUBTREEP VISIBLE-ONLY BODY-ONLY EXT-PLIST)" t nil) (autoload 'org-ascii-publish-to-ascii "ox-ascii" "\ Publish an Org file to ASCII. FILENAME is the filename of the Org file to be published. PLIST is the property list for the given project. PUB-DIR is the publishing directory. Return output file name. \(fn PLIST FILENAME PUB-DIR)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-ascii-publish-to-latin1 "ox-ascii" "\ Publish an Org file to Latin-1. FILENAME is the filename of the Org file to be published. PLIST is the property list for the given project. PUB-DIR is the publishing directory. Return output file name. \(fn PLIST FILENAME PUB-DIR)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-ascii-publish-to-utf8 "ox-ascii" "\ Publish an org file to UTF-8. FILENAME is the filename of the Org file to be published. PLIST is the property list for the given project. PUB-DIR is the publishing directory. Return output file name. \(fn PLIST FILENAME PUB-DIR)" nil nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-beamer-publish-to-pdf org-beamer-publish-to-latex ;;;;;; org-beamer-insert-options-template org-beamer-select-environment ;;;;;; org-beamer-export-to-pdf org-beamer-export-to-latex org-beamer-export-as-latex ;;;;;; org-beamer-mode) "ox-beamer" "ox-beamer.el" "11dab554b2c2ee20a9a438bc326e8d50") ;;; Generated autoloads from ox-beamer.el (autoload 'org-beamer-mode "ox-beamer" "\ Support for editing Beamer oriented Org mode files. \(fn &optional ARG)" t nil) (autoload 'org-beamer-export-as-latex "ox-beamer" "\ Export current buffer as a Beamer buffer. If narrowing is active in the current buffer, only export its narrowed part. If a region is active, export that region. A non-nil optional argument ASYNC means the process should happen asynchronously. The resulting buffer should be accessible through the org-export-stack' interface. When optional argument SUBTREEP is non-nil, export the sub-tree at point, extracting information from the headline properties first. When optional argument VISIBLE-ONLY is non-nil, don't export contents of hidden elements. When optional argument BODY-ONLY is non-nil, only write code between \"\\begin{document}\" and \"\\end{document}\". EXT-PLIST, when provided, is a property list with external parameters overriding Org default settings, but still inferior to file-local settings. Export is done in a buffer named \"*Org BEAMER Export*\", which will be displayed when org-export-show-temporary-export-buffer' is non-nil. \(fn &optional ASYNC SUBTREEP VISIBLE-ONLY BODY-ONLY EXT-PLIST)" t nil) (autoload 'org-beamer-export-to-latex "ox-beamer" "\ Export current buffer as a Beamer presentation (tex). If narrowing is active in the current buffer, only export its narrowed part. If a region is active, export that region. A non-nil optional argument ASYNC means the process should happen asynchronously. The resulting file should be accessible through the org-export-stack' interface. When optional argument SUBTREEP is non-nil, export the sub-tree at point, extracting information from the headline properties first. When optional argument VISIBLE-ONLY is non-nil, don't export contents of hidden elements. When optional argument BODY-ONLY is non-nil, only write code between \"\\begin{document}\" and \"\\end{document}\". EXT-PLIST, when provided, is a property list with external parameters overriding Org default settings, but still inferior to file-local settings. Return output file's name. \(fn &optional ASYNC SUBTREEP VISIBLE-ONLY BODY-ONLY EXT-PLIST)" t nil) (autoload 'org-beamer-export-to-pdf "ox-beamer" "\ Export current buffer as a Beamer presentation (PDF). If narrowing is active in the current buffer, only export its narrowed part. If a region is active, export that region. A non-nil optional argument ASYNC means the process should happen asynchronously. The resulting file should be accessible through the org-export-stack' interface. When optional argument SUBTREEP is non-nil, export the sub-tree at point, extracting information from the headline properties first. When optional argument VISIBLE-ONLY is non-nil, don't export contents of hidden elements. When optional argument BODY-ONLY is non-nil, only write code between \"\\begin{document}\" and \"\\end{document}\". EXT-PLIST, when provided, is a property list with external parameters overriding Org default settings, but still inferior to file-local settings. Return PDF file's name. \(fn &optional ASYNC SUBTREEP VISIBLE-ONLY BODY-ONLY EXT-PLIST)" t nil) (autoload 'org-beamer-select-environment "ox-beamer" "\ Select the environment to be used by beamer for this entry. While this uses (for convenience) a tag selection interface, the result of this command will be that the BEAMER_env *property* of the entry is set. In addition to this, the command will also set a tag as a visual aid, but the tag does not have any semantic meaning. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-beamer-insert-options-template "ox-beamer" "\ Insert a settings template, to make sure users do this right. \(fn &optional KIND)" t nil) (autoload 'org-beamer-publish-to-latex "ox-beamer" "\ Publish an Org file to a Beamer presentation (LaTeX). FILENAME is the filename of the Org file to be published. PLIST is the property list for the given project. PUB-DIR is the publishing directory. Return output file name. \(fn PLIST FILENAME PUB-DIR)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-beamer-publish-to-pdf "ox-beamer" "\ Publish an Org file to a Beamer presentation (PDF, via LaTeX). FILENAME is the filename of the Org file to be published. PLIST is the property list for the given project. PUB-DIR is the publishing directory. Return output file name. \(fn PLIST FILENAME PUB-DIR)" nil nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-html-publish-to-html org-html-export-to-html ;;;;;; org-html-convert-region-to-html org-html-export-as-html org-html-htmlize-generate-css) ;;;;;; "ox-html" "ox-html.el" "c2b19e22435d430bf1593bea56e42027") ;;; Generated autoloads from ox-html.el (put 'org-html-head-include-default-style 'safe-local-variable 'booleanp) (put 'org-html-head 'safe-local-variable 'stringp) (put 'org-html-head-extra 'safe-local-variable 'stringp) (autoload 'org-html-htmlize-generate-css "ox-html" "\ Create the CSS for all font definitions in the current Emacs session. Use this to create face definitions in your CSS style file that can then be used by code snippets transformed by htmlize. This command just produces a buffer that contains class definitions for all faces used in the current Emacs session. You can copy and paste the ones you need into your CSS file. If you then set org-html-htmlize-output-type' to css', calls to the function org-html-htmlize-region-for-paste' will produce code that uses these same face definitions. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-html-export-as-html "ox-html" "\ Export current buffer to an HTML buffer. If narrowing is active in the current buffer, only export its narrowed part. If a region is active, export that region. A non-nil optional argument ASYNC means the process should happen asynchronously. The resulting buffer should be accessible through the org-export-stack' interface. When optional argument SUBTREEP is non-nil, export the sub-tree at point, extracting information from the headline properties first. When optional argument VISIBLE-ONLY is non-nil, don't export contents of hidden elements. When optional argument BODY-ONLY is non-nil, only write code between \"\" and \"\" tags. EXT-PLIST, when provided, is a property list with external parameters overriding Org default settings, but still inferior to file-local settings. Export is done in a buffer named \"*Org HTML Export*\", which will be displayed when org-export-show-temporary-export-buffer' is non-nil. \(fn &optional ASYNC SUBTREEP VISIBLE-ONLY BODY-ONLY EXT-PLIST)" t nil) (autoload 'org-html-convert-region-to-html "ox-html" "\ Assume the current region has org-mode syntax, and convert it to HTML. This can be used in any buffer. For example, you can write an itemized list in org-mode syntax in an HTML buffer and use this command to convert it. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-html-export-to-html "ox-html" "\ Export current buffer to a HTML file. If narrowing is active in the current buffer, only export its narrowed part. If a region is active, export that region. A non-nil optional argument ASYNC means the process should happen asynchronously. The resulting file should be accessible through the org-export-stack' interface. When optional argument SUBTREEP is non-nil, export the sub-tree at point, extracting information from the headline properties first. When optional argument VISIBLE-ONLY is non-nil, don't export contents of hidden elements. When optional argument BODY-ONLY is non-nil, only write code between \"\" and \"\" tags. EXT-PLIST, when provided, is a property list with external parameters overriding Org default settings, but still inferior to file-local settings. Return output file's name. \(fn &optional ASYNC SUBTREEP VISIBLE-ONLY BODY-ONLY EXT-PLIST)" t nil) (autoload 'org-html-publish-to-html "ox-html" "\ Publish an org file to HTML. FILENAME is the filename of the Org file to be published. PLIST is the property list for the given project. PUB-DIR is the publishing directory. Return output file name. \(fn PLIST FILENAME PUB-DIR)" nil nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-icalendar-combine-agenda-files org-icalendar-export-agenda-files ;;;;;; org-icalendar-export-to-ics) "ox-icalendar" "ox-icalendar.el" ;;;;;; "c6f84f8db517191e8801d63586766cf9") ;;; Generated autoloads from ox-icalendar.el (autoload 'org-icalendar-export-to-ics "ox-icalendar" "\ Export current buffer to an iCalendar file. If narrowing is active in the current buffer, only export its narrowed part. If a region is active, export that region. A non-nil optional argument ASYNC means the process should happen asynchronously. The resulting file should be accessible through the org-export-stack' interface. When optional argument SUBTREEP is non-nil, export the sub-tree at point, extracting information from the headline properties first. When optional argument VISIBLE-ONLY is non-nil, don't export contents of hidden elements. When optional argument BODY-ONLY is non-nil, only write code between \"BEGIN:VCALENDAR\" and \"END:VCALENDAR\". Return ICS file name. \(fn &optional ASYNC SUBTREEP VISIBLE-ONLY BODY-ONLY)" t nil) (autoload 'org-icalendar-export-agenda-files "ox-icalendar" "\ Export all agenda files to iCalendar files. When optional argument ASYNC is non-nil, export happens in an external process. \(fn &optional ASYNC)" t nil) (autoload 'org-icalendar-combine-agenda-files "ox-icalendar" "\ Combine all agenda files into a single iCalendar file. A non-nil optional argument ASYNC means the process should happen asynchronously. The resulting file should be accessible through the org-export-stack' interface. The file is stored under the name chosen in org-icalendar-combined-agenda-file'. \(fn &optional ASYNC)" t nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-latex-publish-to-pdf org-latex-publish-to-latex ;;;;;; org-latex-export-to-pdf org-latex-export-to-latex org-latex-convert-region-to-latex ;;;;;; org-latex-export-as-latex) "ox-latex" "ox-latex.el" "f52187024b023fd6440cf60e6ae07fc9") ;;; Generated autoloads from ox-latex.el (autoload 'org-latex-export-as-latex "ox-latex" "\ Export current buffer as a LaTeX buffer. If narrowing is active in the current buffer, only export its narrowed part. If a region is active, export that region. A non-nil optional argument ASYNC means the process should happen asynchronously. The resulting buffer should be accessible through the org-export-stack' interface. When optional argument SUBTREEP is non-nil, export the sub-tree at point, extracting information from the headline properties first. When optional argument VISIBLE-ONLY is non-nil, don't export contents of hidden elements. When optional argument BODY-ONLY is non-nil, only write code between \"\\begin{document}\" and \"\\end{document}\". EXT-PLIST, when provided, is a property list with external parameters overriding Org default settings, but still inferior to file-local settings. Export is done in a buffer named \"*Org LATEX Export*\", which will be displayed when org-export-show-temporary-export-buffer' is non-nil. \(fn &optional ASYNC SUBTREEP VISIBLE-ONLY BODY-ONLY EXT-PLIST)" t nil) (autoload 'org-latex-convert-region-to-latex "ox-latex" "\ Assume the current region has org-mode syntax, and convert it to LaTeX. This can be used in any buffer. For example, you can write an itemized list in org-mode syntax in an LaTeX buffer and use this command to convert it. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-latex-export-to-latex "ox-latex" "\ Export current buffer to a LaTeX file. If narrowing is active in the current buffer, only export its narrowed part. If a region is active, export that region. A non-nil optional argument ASYNC means the process should happen asynchronously. The resulting file should be accessible through the org-export-stack' interface. When optional argument SUBTREEP is non-nil, export the sub-tree at point, extracting information from the headline properties first. When optional argument VISIBLE-ONLY is non-nil, don't export contents of hidden elements. When optional argument BODY-ONLY is non-nil, only write code between \"\\begin{document}\" and \"\\end{document}\". EXT-PLIST, when provided, is a property list with external parameters overriding Org default settings, but still inferior to file-local settings. Return output file's name. \(fn &optional ASYNC SUBTREEP VISIBLE-ONLY BODY-ONLY EXT-PLIST)" t nil) (autoload 'org-latex-export-to-pdf "ox-latex" "\ Export current buffer to LaTeX then process through to PDF. If narrowing is active in the current buffer, only export its narrowed part. If a region is active, export that region. A non-nil optional argument ASYNC means the process should happen asynchronously. The resulting file should be accessible through the org-export-stack' interface. When optional argument SUBTREEP is non-nil, export the sub-tree at point, extracting information from the headline properties first. When optional argument VISIBLE-ONLY is non-nil, don't export contents of hidden elements. When optional argument BODY-ONLY is non-nil, only write code between \"\\begin{document}\" and \"\\end{document}\". EXT-PLIST, when provided, is a property list with external parameters overriding Org default settings, but still inferior to file-local settings. Return PDF file's name. \(fn &optional ASYNC SUBTREEP VISIBLE-ONLY BODY-ONLY EXT-PLIST)" t nil) (autoload 'org-latex-publish-to-latex "ox-latex" "\ Publish an Org file to LaTeX. FILENAME is the filename of the Org file to be published. PLIST is the property list for the given project. PUB-DIR is the publishing directory. Return output file name. \(fn PLIST FILENAME PUB-DIR)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-latex-publish-to-pdf "ox-latex" "\ Publish an Org file to PDF (via LaTeX). FILENAME is the filename of the Org file to be published. PLIST is the property list for the given project. PUB-DIR is the publishing directory. Return output file name. \(fn PLIST FILENAME PUB-DIR)" nil nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-md-export-to-markdown org-md-convert-region-to-md ;;;;;; org-md-export-as-markdown) "ox-md" "ox-md.el" "262746b5e61bae2dd8fa7b41a62f0b43") ;;; Generated autoloads from ox-md.el (autoload 'org-md-export-as-markdown "ox-md" "\ Export current buffer to a Markdown buffer. If narrowing is active in the current buffer, only export its narrowed part. If a region is active, export that region. A non-nil optional argument ASYNC means the process should happen asynchronously. The resulting buffer should be accessible through the org-export-stack' interface. When optional argument SUBTREEP is non-nil, export the sub-tree at point, extracting information from the headline properties first. When optional argument VISIBLE-ONLY is non-nil, don't export contents of hidden elements. Export is done in a buffer named \"*Org MD Export*\", which will be displayed when org-export-show-temporary-export-buffer' is non-nil. \(fn &optional ASYNC SUBTREEP VISIBLE-ONLY)" t nil) (autoload 'org-md-convert-region-to-md "ox-md" "\ Assume the current region has org-mode syntax, and convert it to Markdown. This can be used in any buffer. For example, you can write an itemized list in org-mode syntax in a Markdown buffer and use this command to convert it. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-md-export-to-markdown "ox-md" "\ Export current buffer to a Markdown file. If narrowing is active in the current buffer, only export its narrowed part. If a region is active, export that region. A non-nil optional argument ASYNC means the process should happen asynchronously. The resulting file should be accessible through the org-export-stack' interface. When optional argument SUBTREEP is non-nil, export the sub-tree at point, extracting information from the headline properties first. When optional argument VISIBLE-ONLY is non-nil, don't export contents of hidden elements. Return output file's name. \(fn &optional ASYNC SUBTREEP VISIBLE-ONLY)" t nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-odt-convert org-odt-export-to-odt org-odt-export-as-odf-and-open ;;;;;; org-odt-export-as-odf) "ox-odt" "ox-odt.el" "39cfdee79dd956aaa2c77d9fcbd784f8") ;;; Generated autoloads from ox-odt.el (put 'org-odt-preferred-output-format 'safe-local-variable 'stringp) (autoload 'org-odt-export-as-odf "ox-odt" "\ Export LATEX-FRAG as OpenDocument formula file ODF-FILE. Use org-create-math-formula' to convert LATEX-FRAG first to MathML. When invoked as an interactive command, use org-latex-regexps' to infer LATEX-FRAG from currently active region. If no LaTeX fragments are found, prompt for it. Push MathML source to kill ring depending on the value of org-export-copy-to-kill-ring'. \(fn LATEX-FRAG &optional ODF-FILE)" t nil) (autoload 'org-odt-export-as-odf-and-open "ox-odt" "\ Export LaTeX fragment as OpenDocument formula and immediately open it. Use org-odt-export-as-odf' to read LaTeX fragment and OpenDocument formula file. \(fn)" t nil) (autoload 'org-odt-export-to-odt "ox-odt" "\ Export current buffer to a ODT file. If narrowing is active in the current buffer, only export its narrowed part. If a region is active, export that region. A non-nil optional argument ASYNC means the process should happen asynchronously. The resulting file should be accessible through the org-export-stack' interface. When optional argument SUBTREEP is non-nil, export the sub-tree at point, extracting information from the headline properties first. When optional argument VISIBLE-ONLY is non-nil, don't export contents of hidden elements. EXT-PLIST, when provided, is a property list with external parameters overriding Org default settings, but still inferior to file-local settings. Return output file's name. \(fn &optional ASYNC SUBTREEP VISIBLE-ONLY EXT-PLIST)" t nil) (autoload 'org-odt-convert "ox-odt" "\ Convert IN-FILE to format OUT-FMT using a command line converter. IN-FILE is the file to be converted. If unspecified, it defaults to variable buffer-file-name'. OUT-FMT is the desired output format. Use org-odt-convert-process' as the converter. If PREFIX-ARG is non-nil then the newly converted file is opened using org-open-file'. \(fn &optional IN-FILE OUT-FMT PREFIX-ARG)" t nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-org-publish-to-org org-org-export-to-org org-org-export-as-org) ;;;;;; "ox-org" "ox-org.el" "f98bca16d7ddf4ac4fae1846af828ddf") ;;; Generated autoloads from ox-org.el (autoload 'org-org-export-as-org "ox-org" "\ Export current buffer to an Org buffer. If narrowing is active in the current buffer, only export its narrowed part. If a region is active, export that region. A non-nil optional argument ASYNC means the process should happen asynchronously. The resulting buffer should be accessible through the org-export-stack' interface. When optional argument SUBTREEP is non-nil, export the sub-tree at point, extracting information from the headline properties first. When optional argument VISIBLE-ONLY is non-nil, don't export contents of hidden elements. EXT-PLIST, when provided, is a property list with external parameters overriding Org default settings, but still inferior to file-local settings. Export is done in a buffer named \"*Org ORG Export*\", which will be displayed when org-export-show-temporary-export-buffer' is non-nil. \(fn &optional ASYNC SUBTREEP VISIBLE-ONLY EXT-PLIST)" t nil) (autoload 'org-org-export-to-org "ox-org" "\ Export current buffer to an org file. If narrowing is active in the current buffer, only export its narrowed part. If a region is active, export that region. A non-nil optional argument ASYNC means the process should happen asynchronously. The resulting file should be accessible through the org-export-stack' interface. When optional argument SUBTREEP is non-nil, export the sub-tree at point, extracting information from the headline properties first. When optional argument VISIBLE-ONLY is non-nil, don't export contents of hidden elements. EXT-PLIST, when provided, is a property list with external parameters overriding Org default settings, but still inferior to file-local settings. Return output file name. \(fn &optional ASYNC SUBTREEP VISIBLE-ONLY EXT-PLIST)" t nil) (autoload 'org-org-publish-to-org "ox-org" "\ Publish an org file to org. FILENAME is the filename of the Org file to be published. PLIST is the property list for the given project. PUB-DIR is the publishing directory. Return output file name. \(fn PLIST FILENAME PUB-DIR)" nil nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-publish-current-project org-publish-current-file ;;;;;; org-publish-all org-publish) "ox-publish" "ox-publish.el" ;;;;;; "d325ba3d14653089f60939fd3886e5ff") ;;; Generated autoloads from ox-publish.el (defalias 'org-publish-project 'org-publish) (autoload 'org-publish "ox-publish" "\ Publish PROJECT. PROJECT is either a project name, as a string, or a project alist (see org-publish-project-alist' variable). When optional argument FORCE is non-nil, force publishing all files in PROJECT. With a non-nil optional argument ASYNC, publishing will be done asynchronously, in another process. \(fn PROJECT &optional FORCE ASYNC)" t nil) (autoload 'org-publish-all "ox-publish" "\ Publish all projects. With prefix argument FORCE, remove all files in the timestamp directory and force publishing all projects. With a non-nil optional argument ASYNC, publishing will be done asynchronously, in another process. \(fn &optional FORCE ASYNC)" t nil) (autoload 'org-publish-current-file "ox-publish" "\ Publish the current file. With prefix argument FORCE, force publish the file. When optional argument ASYNC is non-nil, publishing will be done asynchronously, in another process. \(fn &optional FORCE ASYNC)" t nil) (autoload 'org-publish-current-project "ox-publish" "\ Publish the project associated with the current file. With a prefix argument, force publishing of all files in the project. \(fn &optional FORCE ASYNC)" t nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-texinfo-convert-region-to-texinfo org-texinfo-publish-to-texinfo) ;;;;;; "ox-texinfo" "ox-texinfo.el" "cab6e0b3aba287d44098955a1cbbff8e") ;;; Generated autoloads from ox-texinfo.el (autoload 'org-texinfo-publish-to-texinfo "ox-texinfo" "\ Publish an org file to Texinfo. FILENAME is the filename of the Org file to be published. PLIST is the property list for the given project. PUB-DIR is the publishing directory. Return output file name. \(fn PLIST FILENAME PUB-DIR)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-texinfo-convert-region-to-texinfo "ox-texinfo" "\ Assume the current region has org-mode syntax, and convert it to Texinfo. This can be used in any buffer. For example, you can write an itemized list in org-mode syntax in an Texinfo buffer and use this command to convert it. \(fn)" t nil) ;;;*** ;;;### (autoloads (org-export-dispatch org-export-insert-default-template ;;;;;; org-export-replace-region-by org-export-string-as org-export-to-file ;;;;;; org-export-to-buffer org-export-as) "ox" "ox.el" "4f0b60e1ffe1fa2295371b17a6d6e885") ;;; Generated autoloads from ox.el (autoload 'org-export-as "ox" "\ Transcode current Org buffer into BACKEND code. If narrowing is active in the current buffer, only transcode its narrowed part. If a region is active, transcode that region. When optional argument SUBTREEP is non-nil, transcode the sub-tree at point, extracting information from the headline properties first. When optional argument VISIBLE-ONLY is non-nil, don't export contents of hidden elements. When optional argument BODY-ONLY is non-nil, only return body code, without surrounding template. Optional argument EXT-PLIST, when provided, is a property list with external parameters overriding Org default settings, but still inferior to file-local settings. Return code as a string. \(fn BACKEND &optional SUBTREEP VISIBLE-ONLY BODY-ONLY EXT-PLIST)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-export-to-buffer "ox" "\ Call org-export-as' with output to a specified buffer. BACKEND is the back-end used for transcoding, as a symbol. BUFFER is the output buffer. If it already exists, it will be erased first, otherwise, it will be created. Optional arguments SUBTREEP, VISIBLE-ONLY, BODY-ONLY and EXT-PLIST are similar to those used in org-export-as', which see. Depending on org-export-copy-to-kill-ring', add buffer contents to kill ring. Return buffer. \(fn BACKEND BUFFER &optional SUBTREEP VISIBLE-ONLY BODY-ONLY EXT-PLIST)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-export-to-file "ox" "\ Call org-export-as' with output to a specified file. BACKEND is the back-end used for transcoding, as a symbol. FILE is the name of the output file, as a string. Optional arguments SUBTREEP, VISIBLE-ONLY, BODY-ONLY and EXT-PLIST are similar to those used in org-export-as', which see. Depending on org-export-copy-to-kill-ring', add file contents to kill ring. Return output file's name. \(fn BACKEND FILE &optional SUBTREEP VISIBLE-ONLY BODY-ONLY EXT-PLIST)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-export-string-as "ox" "\ Transcode STRING into BACKEND code. When optional argument BODY-ONLY is non-nil, only return body code, without preamble nor postamble. Optional argument EXT-PLIST, when provided, is a property list with external parameters overriding Org default settings, but still inferior to file-local settings. Return code as a string. \(fn STRING BACKEND &optional BODY-ONLY EXT-PLIST)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-export-replace-region-by "ox" "\ Replace the active region by its export to BACKEND. \(fn BACKEND)" nil nil) (autoload 'org-export-insert-default-template "ox" "\ Insert all export keywords with default values at beginning of line. BACKEND is a symbol representing the export back-end for which specific export options should be added to the template, or default' for default template. When it is nil, the user will be prompted for a category. If SUBTREEP is non-nil, export configuration will be set up locally for the subtree through node properties. \(fn &optional BACKEND SUBTREEP)" t nil) (autoload 'org-export-dispatch "ox" "\ Export dispatcher for Org mode. It provides an access to common export related tasks in a buffer. Its interface comes in two flavours: standard and expert. While both share the same set of bindings, only the former displays the valid keys associations in a dedicated buffer. Scrolling (resp. line-wise motion) in this buffer is done with SPC and DEL (resp. C-n and C-p) keys. Set variable org-export-dispatch-use-expert-ui' to switch to one flavour or the other. When ARG is \\[universal-argument], repeat the last export action, with the same set of options used back then, on the current buffer. When ARG is \\[universal-argument] \\[universal-argument], display the asynchronous export stack. \(fn &optional ARG)" t nil) ;;;*** (provide 'org-loaddefs) ;; Local Variables: ;; version-control: never ;; no-byte-compile: t ;; no-update-autoloads: t ;; coding: utf-8 ;; End: ;;; org-loaddefs.el ends here `