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  • 16:37 UTC (new) (history) 2019-05-20 Converting BibTeX files to AMSrefs . . . . Marcin Borkowski It’s been a long time since I’ve written anything TeX-related here. But I’m still working with LaTeX (though less often than I used to), and here is a problem I encountered a few days ago – and a solution. I received a file with BibTeX-encoded bibliography. Obviously, I wanted to convert it to AMSrefs. Being lazy, I started to search for an automated solution – and I was not disappointed at all! It turns out that AMSrefs itself has a feature I needed.


  • 06:27 UTC (new) (history) 2019-05-11 Toggling modeline clock display . . . . Marcin Borkowski As I mentioned a lot of times, I use Org-mode clocking all the time. Among others, I integrated it with two external services, I have a few dedicated keybindings to it in my Org-mode hydra. It’s no wonder that I work hard to make clocking as smooth as possible.


  • 04:15 UTC (new) (history) 2019-05-05 A few Magit tips . . . . Marcin Borkowski A month ago I wrote about merging in Git without actually comitting the changes, and mentioned that you probably can’t do that from within Magit. It turned out that I was wrong – in fact, Magit can do it. More recently, I wrote about another Git tip, which is staging an empty file. Then, Nicolas Petton asked whether it’s possible in Magit, and lo and behold – it is, in a quite intuitive (and documented in the docstring) way I just didn’t think about.


  • 18:34 UTC (new) (history) 2019-04-29 Multiple timestamps in one Org headline . . . . Marcin Borkowski Some time ago I learned that you can put multiple timestamps under one Org-mode headline, and that it is then displayed in multiple places in the agenda. This can actually be quite useful for things happening more than one time, but when repeating timestamps somehow don’t fit (for instance, things happen irregularly or a finite number of times).