Try with the following file:
** NEXT Brush Teeth in Day
SCHEDULED: <2020-10-22 Thu +1d>
** NEXT Brush & Floss Teeth at Night
SCHEDULED: <2020-10-21 Wed +1d>
Save the file, close it and reopen it: I believe that will ...
Manual method using default org-mode keybindings
Add Org to Org Babel Load Languages configuration and then apply and save new configuration.
Add #+EXPORT_FILE_NAME: keyword near top of config.org.
Add #+PROPERTY: header-args:org :results drawer replace keyword near top of config.org.
This can be handled by advising the code that handles source code block execution in Org Mode. The function in question is org-babel-execute-src-block - it runs a hook after it executes, but not before, so the advice feature is required - and probably preferred for this use.
(defun gjg/time-call (time-call &rest args)
(message "Ohai %s" ...
You are probably looking for C-u M-RET which calls org-insert-heading with a prefix argument. The doc string for org-insert-heading says:
With a ‘C-u’ prefix, set ‘org-insert-heading-respect-content’ to
a non-nil value for the duration of the command. This forces the
insertion of a heading after the current subtree, independently
on the location of point.
Your code will work for any mode that doesn't bind C-j for some purpose. orgmode binds C-j to org-return-indent in the org-mode keymap. The major-mode keymap takes precedence over the global keymap, so your modifications have no effect.
To make this work in org-mode, you'll need to bind C-j specifically in the orgmode keymap:
(define-key org-mode-map "\...
"Entry" is used ambiguously in the documentation:
an Org mode entry consists of a headline, scheduling information, optional drawers and the body of entry (text, possibly followed by subentries).
an agenda entry consists of some agenda information (the category, scheduling information, possibly some other things controlled by the variable org-...
Here's a version that seems to work (discovered by trial-and-error; and BTW it is using octave, since I don't have matlab):
#+begin_src octave :var a= :var b= :session
#+CALL: vectsb(a=[1 2 3],b=[3 2 1])
| 4 | 4 | 4 |
The org-babel section of the Org mode manual ...
Do C-h v org-agenda-todo-ignore-time-comparison-use-seconds and click customize.
Click Value menu.
Set it to Compare time with seconds.
This changes the comparison from the default value which is days.