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[Spacemacs] Move org capture templates out of main config

Use org capture templates out of my main config so they can be shared
between my Spacemacs config and my vanilla config
master
Lucien Cartier-Tilet 10 months ago
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Signed by: phundrak
GPG Key ID: BD7789E705CB8DCA
  1. 2
      org/capture/birthday.orgcaptmpl
  2. 16
      org/capture/email.orgcaptmpl
  3. 3
      org/capture/event.orgcaptmpl
  4. 4
      org/capture/health.orgcaptmpl
  5. 6
      org/capture/informatique.orgcaptmpl
  6. 2
      org/capture/journal.orgcaptmpl
  7. 6
      org/capture/link.orgcaptmpl
  8. 10
      org/capture/notes-quote.orgcaptmpl
  9. 5
      org/capture/notes.orgcaptmpl
  10. 7
      org/capture/protocol-link.orgcaptmpl
  11. 11
      org/capture/protocol.orgcaptmpl
  12. 6
      org/capture/resource.orgcaptmpl
  13. 7
      org/capture/youtube.orgcaptmpl
  14. 292
      org/config/spacemacs.org

2
org/capture/birthday.orgcaptmpl

@ -0,0 +1,2 @@ @@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
* %^{Name}
SCHEDULED: %^t

16
org/capture/email.orgcaptmpl

@ -0,0 +1,16 @@ @@ -0,0 +1,16 @@
** TODO [#A] Write Email
SCHEDULED: %^t
:PROPERTIES:
:CAPTURED: %U
:END:
From: Lucien Cartier-Tilet <lucien@phundrak.com>
To: %^{Recipient}
Subject: %^{Object}
--text follows this line--
%?
--
Lucien “Phundrak” Cartier-Tilet
https://phundrak.com (Français)
https://en.phundrak.com (English)
Sent from a Free and Open-Source Linux operating system with GNU/Emacs

3
org/capture/event.orgcaptmpl

@ -0,0 +1,3 @@ @@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
* %^{Title}
%^{Scheduled or deadline?||SCHEDULED||DEADLINE}: %^t
%?

4
org/capture/health.orgcaptmpl

@ -0,0 +1,4 @@ @@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
* %^{Title}
SCHEDULED: %^t
%?

6
org/capture/informatique.orgcaptmpl

@ -0,0 +1,6 @@ @@ -0,0 +1,6 @@
* TODO %^{Title}
%^{Scheduled or Deadline?||SCHEDULED||DEADLINE}: %^t
:PROPERTIES:
:CATEGORY: %^{Category}
:END:
%?

2
org/capture/journal.orgcaptmpl

@ -0,0 +1,2 @@ @@ -0,0 +1,2 @@
* %U %^{Title}
%?

6
org/capture/link.orgcaptmpl

@ -0,0 +1,6 @@ @@ -0,0 +1,6 @@
* TODO [#C] %^{Title}
:PROPERTIES:
:CAPTURED: %U
:LINK: %^{Link}
:END:
%?

10
org/capture/notes-quote.orgcaptmpl

@ -0,0 +1,10 @@ @@ -0,0 +1,10 @@
* %^{Title}
:PROPERTIES:
:CAPTURED: %U
:END:
Possible inspiration:
#+begin_quote
%i
#+end_quote
%?

5
org/capture/notes.orgcaptmpl

@ -0,0 +1,5 @@ @@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
* %^{Title}
:PROPERTIES:
:CAPTURED: %U
:END:
%?

7
org/capture/protocol-link.orgcaptmpl

@ -0,0 +1,7 @@ @@ -0,0 +1,7 @@
* TODO [#C] Link: %^{Title}
:PROPERTIES:
:CAPTURED: %U
:LINK: %:link
:TITLE: %:description
:END:
%?

11
org/capture/protocol.orgcaptmpl

@ -0,0 +1,11 @@ @@ -0,0 +1,11 @@
* TODO [#C] %^{Title}
:PROPERTIES:
:CAPTURED: %U
:LINK: %:link
:TITLE: %:description
:END:
#+begin_quote
%i
#+end_quote
%?

6
org/capture/resource.orgcaptmpl

@ -0,0 +1,6 @@ @@ -0,0 +1,6 @@
* TODO [#C] %^{Title}
:PROPERTIES:
:CAPTURED: %U
:LINK: %^{Link}
:END:
%?

7
org/capture/youtube.orgcaptmpl

@ -0,0 +1,7 @@ @@ -0,0 +1,7 @@
* TODO [#C] %^{Title}
:PROPERTIES:
:CAPTURED: %U
:AUTHOR: %^{Author}
:LINK: %^{Link}
:END:
%?

292
org/config/spacemacs.org

@ -1916,10 +1916,10 @@ Cairo. The function definition was taken [[https://github.com/caiohcs/my-emacs#s @@ -1916,10 +1916,10 @@ Cairo. The function definition was taken [[https://github.com/caiohcs/my-emacs#s
:END:
This function comes directly from Xah Lee’s website and allows the user to sort
files in a dired buffer depending on four factors:
* File name
* File size
* Last modification date
* File extension
- File name
- File size
- Last modification date
- File extension
#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
(defun xah/dired-sort ()
"Sort dired dir listing in different ways. Prompt for a choice.
@ -2803,47 +2803,6 @@ one of them. @@ -2803,47 +2803,6 @@ one of them.
<p><img src="./img/org-mode.svg" alt="Screenshot of an org-mode buffer" style="max-height: 900px" /></p>
#+end_export
And here you can find the source code of this buffer you just saw a screenshot
of:
#+BEGIN_SRC org :exports code
,#+TITLE: My Document
,#+AUTHOR: Lucien Cartier-Tilet
,#+EMAIL: lucien@phundrak.com
,#+DATE: 2020-12-21
,#+TAGS: tag1|tag2|tag3
,* Header 1
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: custom-id-for-html-export
:END:
# A regular comment
This is an example org file, with [[https://config.phundrak.com/emacs][a link]], a {{{macro(with arguments)}}}, an <<anchor>>, /text in italic/, __undelined__, *bold*, +striken through+, some ~code~ and =verbatim=, some^{superscript} and_{subscript}, a code block and a bullet list:
,* Element 1
,* Element 2
,#+header :export code
,#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
(message "Hello World!")
,#+END_SRC
| / | <r> | <c> | < |
| This | is | a | table |
|------+---------+----------+-------|
| With | various | elements | |
,** TODO Global task [1/2]
,*** TODO [#A] Task 1
,*** TODO Checkboxes [1/3]
- [ ] Checkbox 1
- [X] Checkbox 2
- [ ] Checkbox 3
,*** DONE Task 2
CLOSED: [2020-12-21 mon. 14:30]
,** Header 2
,*** Header 3
,**** Header 4
,***** Header 5
,****** Header 6
,******* Header 7
,******** Header 8
#+END_SRC
In order to make org-mode even sexier, let’s enable ~variable-pitch-mode~ for
org-mode so we can get some proportional font. I’ll also remove ~auto-fill-mode~
which seems to stick to Orgmode like hell and I don’t know why.
@ -3203,32 +3162,7 @@ is exported to another format the header disappears but its content stays. @@ -3203,32 +3162,7 @@ is exported to another format the header disappears but its content stays.
(ox-extras-activate '(ignore-headlines))
#+END_SRC
This gives us access to the ~:ignore:~ tag which allows the behavior above
mentioned. To give you an idea, the org buffer
#+BEGIN_SRC org
,* Headline 1
Blah
,** Headline 2
Blah
,*** Hidden headline 3-1 :ignore:
Blabla
,*** Hidden headline 3-2 :ignore:
Blahblah
#+END_SRC
Will be exported as if it were the buffer
#+BEGIN_SRC org
,* Headline 1
Blah
,** Headline 2
Blah
Blabla
Blahblah
#+END_SRC
mentioned.
**** Capture
:PROPERTIES:
@ -3404,219 +3338,9 @@ but in external files which can be modified freely as actual Org buffers instead @@ -3404,219 +3338,9 @@ but in external files which can be modified freely as actual Org buffers instead
of trying to get a proper one with loads of ~\n~ characters and such. All these
templates are declared below.
In the next sub-sections will be described my org capture templates. These are
not tangled into my Emacs configuration files, but into separate ~.orgcaptmpl~
files stored into =~/org/capture/=.
***** Emails
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: User_Configuration-Org-mode-Org_capture-Emails-d87336fe
:END:
This is my template for a new Email:
#+BEGIN_SRC org :tangle ~/org/capture/email.orgcaptmpl
,** TODO [#A] Write Email
SCHEDULED: %^t
:PROPERTIES:
:CAPTURED: %U
:END:
From: Lucien Cartier-Tilet <lucien@phundrak.com>
To: %^{Recipient}
Subject: %^{Object}
--text follows this line--
%?
--
Lucien “Phundrak” Cartier-Tilet
https://phundrak.com (Français)
https://en.phundrak.com (English)
Sent from a Free and Open-Source Linux operating system with GNU/Emacs
#+END_SRC
I use it in case my computer is not yet connected to the internet and I need to
already write the email so I can send it later. All I will need to to afterwards
will be to copy and paste my capture in a new message buffer and send it once I
am back online. This is exported to =~/org/capture/email.orgcaptmpl=.
***** Journal
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: User_Configuration-Org-mode-Org_capture-Journal-9916f9bf
:END:
This template is quite simple: it creates a new entry with the current timestamp
as its title, a brief title of my choosing, and then I can write whatever I wish
to write. This is exported to =~/org/capture/journal.orgcaptmpl=.
#+BEGIN_SRC org :tangle ~/org/capture/journal.orgcaptmpl
,* %U %^{Title}
%?
#+END_SRC
***** Notes
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: User_Configuration-Org-mode-Org_capture-Notes-4b4c10aa
:END:
This template is used for taking note about various subjects that can go from
conlanging to development. I wrote it so I can know from where this capture was
made and when, and it even supports text that was highlighted in Emacs that will
be inserted in a quote block. This is exported to
=~/org/capture/notes.orgcaptmpl=.
#+BEGIN_SRC org :tangle ~/org/capture/notes.orgcaptmpl
,* %^{Title}
:PROPERTIES:
:CAPTURED: %U
:END:
%?
#+END_SRC
#+BEGIN_SRC org :tangle ~/org/capture/notes-quote.orgcaptmpl
,* %^{Title}
:PROPERTIES:
:CAPTURED: %U
:END:
Possible inspiration:
,#+begin_quote
%i
,#+end_quote
%?
#+END_SRC
***** Protocol
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: User_Configuration-Org-mode-Org_capture-Protocol-ec45ec49
:END:
This capture is used when received through org-protocol, with the Org-protocol
Extension for Firefox. It allows me to save in a quote block what I’ve
highlighted, as well as the link of the webpage on which my saved content was
highlighted. This file is exported to =~/org/capture/protocol.orgcaptmpl=.
#+BEGIN_SRC org :tangle ~/org/capture/protocol.orgcaptmpl
,* TODO [#C] %^{Title}
:PROPERTIES:
:CAPTURED: %U
:LINK: %:link
:TITLE: %:description
:END:
,#+begin_quote
%i
,#+end_quote
%?
#+END_SRC
This next capture template is used only when a link is sent to Emacs and no
content was highlighted.
#+BEGIN_SRC org :tangle ~/org/capture/protocol-link.orgcaptmpl
,* TODO [#C] Link: %^{Title}
:PROPERTIES:
:CAPTURED: %U
:LINK: %:link
:TITLE: %:description
:END:
%?
#+END_SRC
***** Resources
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: User_Configuration-Org-mode-Org_capture-Resources-b23bfbd0
:END:
This is the default template for resources, which generally are located on the
Internet. By default, I give them the lowest priority, because although this is
something for me to remember later, it is not by default important. You can see
in the properties I record when the capture happened, and what the link is. The
title of the capture is a summary of what this is, while the body of the capture
is a more detailed explanation of what I capture, why, and how it could be
useful to me.
#+BEGIN_SRC org :tangle ~/org/capture/resource.orgcaptmpl
,* TODO [#C] %^{Title}
:PROPERTIES:
:CAPTURED: %U
:LINK: %^{Link}
:END:
%?
#+END_SRC
***** Tasks
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: User_Configuration-Org-mode-Org_capture-Tasks-3fcf382a
:END:
****** Computers and stuff
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: User_Configuration-Org-mode-Org_capture-Tasks-Computers_and_stuff-a4eef8e3
:END:
One type of task I often capture is related to my servers or thing about
computers in general. With this, I can capture a task for which I will either
set a schedule or a deadline.
#+BEGIN_SRC org :tangle ~/org/capture/informatique.orgcaptmpl
,* TODO %^{Title}
%^{Scheduled or Deadline?||SCHEDULED||DEADLINE}: %^t
:PROPERTIES:
:CATEGORY: %^{Category}
:END:
%?
#+END_SRC
****** Health
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: User_Configuration-Org-mode-Org_capture-Tasks-Health-74f8f338
:END:
This capture is rarely used (I’m lucky to have a good health), but it can be
useful.
#+BEGIN_SRC org :tangle ~/org/capture/health.orgcaptmpl
,* %^{Title}
SCHEDULED: %^t
%?
#+END_SRC
****** Birthdays
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: User_Configuration-Org-mode-Org_capture-Tasks-Birthdays-ec3b27be
:END:
This capture is used to store new birthdays I have to remember. They are set to
be repeated yearly.
#+BEGIN_SRC org :tangle ~/org/capture/birthday.orgcaptmpl
,* %^{Name}
SCHEDULED: %^t
#+END_SRC
****** Events
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: User_Configuration-Org-mode-Org_capture-Tasks-Events-7f0f8dee
:END:
#+BEGIN_SRC org :tangle ~/org/capture/event.orgcaptmpl
,* %^{Title}
%^{Scheduled or deadline?||SCHEDULED||DEADLINE}: %^t
%?
#+END_SRC
***** Links
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: User_Configuration-Org-mode-Org_capture-Links-586a6b2a
:END:
****** General
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: User_Configuration-Org-mode-Org_capture-Links-General-1f0732db
:END:
#+BEGIN_SRC org :tangle ~/org/capture/link.orgcaptmpl
,* TODO [#C] %^{Title}
:PROPERTIES:
:CAPTURED: %U
:LINK: %^{Link}
:END:
%?
#+END_SRC
****** YouTube
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: User_Configuration-Org-mode-Org_capture-Links-YouTube-b89fe20e
:END:
#+BEGIN_SRC org :tangle ~/org/capture/youtube.orgcaptmpl
,* TODO [#C] %^{Title}
:PROPERTIES:
:CAPTURED: %U
:AUTHOR: %^{Author}
:LINK: %^{Link}
:END:
%?
#+END_SRC
My org capture templates are not tangled into my Emacs configuration
files, but into separate ~.orgcaptmpl~ files stored into =~/org/capture/=.
You can find these in my repository [[https://labs.phundrak.com/phundrak/dotfiles/src/branch/master/org/capture][here]] or [[https://github.com/Phundrak/dotfiles/tree/master/org/capture][here]].
**** Custom org-mode functions
:PROPERTIES:

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