view org-mode files from different directions
Work in progress.
In OrgViz, you can…
- View org-mode files in different formats: calendar / table / histogram
- Use rich formatting of web browsers but everything is reachable from keyboard.
- Write complex filter settings in Python.
Installing OrgViz is as easy as:
pip install orgviz # or easy_install orgviz
If you want to draw graphs, install matplotlib.
Use the following command to start OrgViz server and the open http://127.0.0.1:8000 in your browser:
orgviz serve --port 8000 --conf YOUR/CONF/PATH.py
If you want to reload server automatically when you rewrite the configuration file, currently you need to add --debug option:
orgviz serve --debug [OTHER OPTIONS]
To quickly checkout what OrgViz can do, simply do:
This will make a configuration file and a randomly generated org file in ./sample/ directory and start OrgViz server with them. You can edit the generated org file and see what happens to the pages in OrgViz.
Here is a minimal configuration.:
ORG_COMMON_FILES = [ 'PATH/TO/ORG/FILE-1.org', 'PATH/TO/ORG/FILE-2.org', # and more... ]
For more options available, see orgviz/default_config.py.
To run from source, use the following commands. You need coffee, wget, unzip, make and git commands. Also, all the dependencies (see below) must be importable.:
git clone git://github.com/tkf/orgviz.git cd orgviz make build python -m orgviz.cli serve [OPTIONS]
To run automated testing, run the following command. You need the tox command line tool:
Dependencies for build and test include:
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