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kevinfish
Anyone else? offby1's 'answer' wasn't really an answer: in org mode while trying to do a spreadsheet field, why do I get an error when I put this into a cell: :=@-1+$-1 and there are numbers in both the column to the left and the row above?
offby1
(Action) fidgets
kevinfish
offby1: I kind of doubt even the elisp version would work because it addresses its fields the same way
kovrik
kevinfish: could you send us a sample org table (to pastebin or whatever)?
offby1
I can't even figure out how to repro it
benaiah
fu*king rebase
bremner
ucking freebase
offby1
after I typed the formula and hit TAB, org rewrote my buffer a little, by replacing the formula with (what appears to be) the correct value, and moving the formula to the end of the buffer, with #+TBLFM: in front of it
kevinfish
http://pastebin.com/nvbY3xTa
         

offby1
I assume that's what it's supposed to do, but it's kinda weird
kovrik
offby1: I got the same result
benaiah
so apparently if you stash, rebase two commits back, pop the stash, add one thing that you missed in that commit, amend the commit, and then rebase --continue, it throws away the rest of that stash. either that or adds it all to the commit - haven't figured out which one happened yet
offby1
I'd have thought that if I hit C-c C-c or something I could get org to recalculate, but I can't figure out how to do that
benaiah: I doubt it's throwing away the stash. Stashes are refs like anything else
benaiah: although you _did_ say that you _popped_ the stash; maybe you want to _apply_ it instead.
Also ... #git
benaiah
offby1: I tried applying the stash, and nothing changed. It seems to have added all the working tree changes to the commit, so that actually makes it easy. I just go back and get rid of the last two commits and redo them
offby1
benaiah: OK, you've exceeded my admittedly-small brain capacity
benaiah
I had about fifteen minutes of "fu*k did I just delete a week of work"
offby1
if this were #git, I'd say !gka
kovrik
kevinfish: #+TBLFM: @2$4=@$-1::$4=@-1+$-1
offby1
benaiah: http://jk.gs/git/bot/trigger_detail.php?trigger=gka
benaiah
offby1: huh, interesting. thanks
kevinfish
kovrik: so how would I type that into the cell?
kovrik
in what cell? just replace your #+TBLFM... with the one i sent you
at the bottom of your table
and then press C-c C-c
kevinfish
kovrik: yes, but it made that +TBLFM line when I entered :=@-1+$-1 into the cell (which, according to everything I've read is a correct syntax). I'm just wondering what I did wrong
offby1
ah, put point _in_ the table, then C-u C-c C-
so now kevinfish's original thing works fine for me
kevinfish
korutsu_: after C-c C-c I still have the error
offby1: what was the last C- ?
I must have a global org-mode setting off or something
if this is working for you guys
offby1
kevinfish: it was supposed to be C-c
(Action) curses own fingers
kevinfish
offby1: ok, ty
goglosh
guys should I fill the "Religion" field on documents with "emacs"?
benaiah
goglosh: yes and also the "gender" and "name" fields
         

goglosh
alright, but I have a hunch I won't get employed if I do that
unless the employer uses emacs
wgreenhouse
GNUnitarian
sahilsinha
this employer uses emacs
emacs usage mandatory
Seylerius
How do I reverse the order of a section of lines?
offby1
Seylerius: maybe C-u M-| tac RET ... or something vaguely similar
Seylerius
"A\nB\nC\n" needs to become "C\nB\nA\n"
offby1 I'll try that.
offby1
gosh, I think I got that right on the first try
goglosh
sahilsinha: so the interview is all emacs questions then?
kevinfish
so I think the org-mode spreadsheet documentation is off. It works if the missing coordinate is 0
sahilsinha
goglosh
oops
goglosh: no on the jobs emacs training 1 day
and then org mode for all
wasamasa
(Action) answered the "IDEs you're familiar with?" question with "Emacs and Eclipse"
Seylerius
offby1: You did get it right. That was exactly whta I needed.
Do we have a karma system in here? The #clojure people do, but I don't know if we do.
goglosh
>eclipse
fsbot karma
mrmyers
Hm. If your gender is emacs, would that make you a gnunich?
goglosh
,karma
fsbot
5 ..(integer)
sahilsinha
lolol
goglosh
no... It makes me gnusexual
wait scratch that
Seylerius
goglosh: Not only do you like Gnus, you like to scratch them? You weirdo!
sahilsinha
dont judge
goglosh
well, I owe that to emacs
sahilsinha
till youve scratched one
goglosh
^
what? I can't (read-line) in slime
sebbee
Symbols function is void: toggle-frame-fullscreen, whats going on here?
it's a ms windows only function
benaiah
Seylerius: the karma system doesn't actually wor
*work
,karma Seylerius
fsbot
8 ..(integer)
benaiah
,karma Seylerius
fsbot
5 ..(integer)
tali713
looks like it works perfectly.
goglosh
except for it returning different values
benaiah
the value of karma is undefined until it is observed
it's quantum karma. quarma for short.
jlf
benaiah: it models irl karma perfectly accurately as far as any of us know
deech
Hi all, I have a self-compiled Emacs 24.5 and noticed that scrolling has become quite slow. If I hold down Down-key it takes to do anything and then goes down a bunch of lines. Turning off syntax highlight seems to fix it.
Is this new with 24.5?
s/it takes/it takes a while/
ryouma
deech: what os?
what video card?
deech
Linux Mint
Peaker
Hey, I changed my helm find file interface to avoid showing '.' and '..' and it is sooo much nicer this way! I had to modify the source code - because ignoring '.'/'..' is explicitly disallowed and frowned upon inside helm source. Any idea why they'd want the annoying useless entries appearing everywhere?
(I was trying to figure out why I still found ido-find-file more convenient than helm's find-file, and I think that was a big part of the reason)
deech
ryouma: NVIDIA Corporation GK104GLM [Quadro K4000M]
ryouma
deech: ok, dunno, it would be great to find out. did you profile?
deego
<twb> deego: ^ derpy plurality rule there <<=== ty, fixed
deech
no, I'll do that and post back. Thanks!
ryouma
deech: i am no expert, just a fellow user who is pissed off by slowness
jlf
deech: are you using linum or flyspell?
deech
jlf: no.
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