[ESS] Polymode is on MELPA
andreas.leha at med.uni-goettingen.de
Mon Sep 15 02:51:37 CEST 2014
Oh, what a shame. I had this on my todo list for a long time now,
because 'what works best for me now' definitely would benefit from
polymode quite a bit.
But thanks a lot for your very fast (as usual) response!
Vitalie Spinu <spinuvit at gmail.com> writes:
> Org mode is not really tested. I included it as a proof of concept. It
> worked for me but admittedly with occasional stallings as you described.
> The work on polymode got stuck a bit as Emacs folks strongly discourage
> inderect buffer usage. So I will have to remove indirect buffers from
> the picture. This will solve all the font-locking problems as the one
> you have described.
> I suggest that you stick with what you know works best for now.
> >>> Andreas Leha on Sun, 14 Sep 2014 23:38:02 +0100 wrote:
> > Hi Vitali,
> > Finally, I got round to give this a try. I can't get polymode to load,
> > though.
> > I have an org mode file and do M-x ploy-org-mode and what I get is a
> > message in the minibuffer saying 'Not enabling jit-lock: it does not
> > work in inderect buffer' and emacs is unresponsive, so that it does not
> > react to C-G and I have to kill it.
> > I get the same using emacs -Q loading only org-mode, ess and poly-mode.
> > This is on
> > - OS X 10.9.4
> > - GNU Emacs 18.104.22.168
> > - poly-mode from git
> > - Org-mode version 8.2.6 (if important)
> > Any suggestions?
> > Thanks,
> > Andreas
> > Vitalie Spinu <spinuvit at gmail.com> writes:
> >> >>> Andreas Leha on Wed, 14 May 2014 23:13:15 +0100 wrote:
> >> > Hi Vitalie,
> >> > Vitalie Spinu <spinuvit at gmail.com> writes:
> >> [...]
> >> > I am in the same position as Grant. And I do not want to wait for
> >> > the docs ;-)
> >> The docs are for developers and people who want to understand how it
> >> works. Users can start right away.
> >> > What is still not obvious to me: Is it a
> >> > 'multiple-modes-in-the-same-buffer-mode' or is it a literate
> >> > programming tool (with weaving/export functionality). Or both?
> >> It is an interface that puts all together. First, it manages multiple
> >> normal emacs modes in the same buffer transparently for the
> >> user. Second, it makes literate programming tools (pandoc, knitr,
> >> sweave, pdflatex, org-mode exporter etc) readily available in the
> >> polymode buffers.
> >> > Basically, I also have a more specific follow-up question. If
> >> > polymode tries to play well with 'the plethora of literate
> >> > programming tools out there', does it integrate with orgmode? And if
> >> > so, to what extent? Are the mode switching capabilities available in
> >> > orgmode documents already?
> >> Orgmode is there. There is even a screenshot on the main page. I didn't
> >> test it much as I am not using orgmode for literate programming, but it
> >> seems to work. Orgmode exporting facilities are not yet encapsulated
> >> into a polymode exporter, but you can always call org exporter directly
> >> from org code span.
> >> Vitalie
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