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org-mode release upgrade (7.6 => 7.9.2) attempting to fix tramp incompatibility

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+
+  IN NO EVENT UNLESS REQUIRED BY APPLICABLE LAW OR AGREED TO IN WRITING
+WILL ANY COPYRIGHT HOLDER, OR ANY OTHER PARTY WHO MODIFIES AND/OR CONVEYS
+THE PROGRAM AS PERMITTED ABOVE, BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR DAMAGES, INCLUDING ANY
+GENERAL, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE
+USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PROGRAM (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF
+DATA OR DATA BEING RENDERED INACCURATE OR LOSSES SUSTAINED BY YOU OR THIRD
+PARTIES OR A FAILURE OF THE PROGRAM TO OPERATE WITH ANY OTHER PROGRAMS),
+EVEN IF SUCH HOLDER OR OTHER PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
+SUCH DAMAGES.
+
+  17. Interpretation of Sections 15 and 16.
+
+  If the disclaimer of warranty and limitation of liability provided
+above cannot be given local legal effect according to their terms,
+reviewing courts shall apply local law that most closely approximates
+an absolute waiver of all civil liability in connection with the
+Program, unless a warranty or assumption of liability accompanies a
+copy of the Program in return for a fee.
+
+                     END OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS
+
+            How to Apply These Terms to Your New Programs
+
+  If you develop a new program, and you want it to be of the greatest
+possible use to the public, the best way to achieve this is to make it
+free software which everyone can redistribute and change under these terms.
+
+  To do so, attach the following notices to the program.  It is safest
+to attach them to the start of each source file to most effectively
+state the exclusion of warranty; and each file should have at least
+the "copyright" line and a pointer to where the full notice is found.
+
+    <one line to give the program's name and a brief idea of what it does.>
+    Copyright (C) <year>  <name of author>
+
+    This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
+    it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+    the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
+    (at your option) any later version.
+
+    This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+    but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+    MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
+    GNU General Public License for more details.
+
+    You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+    along with this program.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
+
+Also add information on how to contact you by electronic and paper mail.
+
+  If the program does terminal interaction, make it output a short
+notice like this when it starts in an interactive mode:
+
+    <program>  Copyright (C) <year>  <name of author>
+    This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details type `show w'.
+    This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it
+    under certain conditions; type `show c' for details.
+
+The hypothetical commands `show w' and `show c' should show the appropriate
+parts of the General Public License.  Of course, your program's commands
+might be different; for a GUI interface, you would use an "about box".
+
+  You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer) or school,
+if any, to sign a "copyright disclaimer" for the program, if necessary.
+For more information on this, and how to apply and follow the GNU GPL, see
+<http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
+
+  The GNU General Public License does not permit incorporating your program
+into proprietary programs.  If your program is a subroutine library, you
+may consider it more useful to permit linking proprietary applications with
+the library.  If this is what you want to do, use the GNU Lesser General
+Public License instead of this License.  But first, please read
+<http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/why-not-lgpl.html>.

elisp/contrib/org/Makefile

-# Makefile - for the org-mode distribution
-#
-# Maintainer: Carsten Dominik <dominik@science.uva.nl>
-# Version: VERSIONTAG
-#
-# To install org-mode, edit the Makefile, type `make', then `make install'.
-# To create the PDF and HTML documentation files, type `make doc'.
-
-##----------------------------------------------------------------------
-##  YOU MUST EDIT THE FOLLOWING LINES
-##----------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-# Name of your emacs binary
-EMACS=emacs
-
-# Where local software is found
-prefix=/usr/local
-
-# Where local lisp files go.
-lispdir   = $(prefix)/share/emacs/site-lisp
-
-# Where info files go.
-infodir = $(prefix)/share/info
-
-##----------------------------------------------------------------------
-## YOU MAY NEED TO EDIT THESE
-##----------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-# Using emacs in batch mode.
-
-BATCH=$(EMACS) -batch -q -no-site-file -eval                             			\
-  "(setq load-path (cons (expand-file-name \"./lisp/\") (cons \"$(lispdir)\" load-path)))"
-
-# Specify the byte-compiler for compiling org-mode files
-ELC= $(BATCH) -f batch-byte-compile
-
-# How to make a pdf file from a texinfo file
-TEXI2PDF = texi2pdf
-
-# How to create directories
-MKDIR = mkdir -p
-
-# How to create the info files from the texinfo file
-MAKEINFO = makeinfo
-
-# How to create the HTML file
-TEXI2HTML = makeinfo --html --number-sections
-TEXI2HTMLNOPSLIT = makeinfo --html --no-split --number-sections
-
-# How to copy the lisp files and elc files to their distination.
-CP = cp -p
-
-# Name of the program to install info files
-INSTALL_INFO=install-info
-
-##----------------------------------------------------------------------
-##  BELOW THIS LINE ON YOUR OWN RISK!
-##----------------------------------------------------------------------
-
-# The following variables need to be defined by the maintainer
-LISPF      = 	org.el			\
-		org-agenda.el		\
-		org-ascii.el		\
-	     	org-attach.el		\
-	     	org-archive.el		\
-		org-bbdb.el		\
-		org-beamer.el		\
-		org-bibtex.el		\
-	     	org-capture.el		\
-	     	org-clock.el		\
-	     	org-colview.el		\
-	     	org-colview-xemacs.el	\
-	     	org-compat.el		\
-	     	org-pcomplete.el	\
-	     	org-crypt.el		\
-	     	org-ctags.el		\
-	     	org-datetree.el		\
-	     	org-docview.el		\
-	     	org-entities.el		\
-		org-exp.el		\
-		org-exp-blocks.el	\
-		org-docbook.el		\
-		org-faces.el		\
-		org-feed.el		\
-		org-footnote.el		\
-		org-freemind.el		\
-		org-gnus.el		\
-		org-habit.el		\
-		org-html.el		\
-		org-icalendar.el	\
-		org-id.el		\
-		org-indent.el		\
-		org-info.el		\
-		org-inlinetask.el	\
-		org-jsinfo.el		\
-		org-irc.el		\
-		org-latex.el		\
-		org-list.el		\
-		org-mac-message.el	\
-	     	org-macs.el		\
-		org-mew.el              \
-		org-mhe.el		\
-		org-mks.el		\
-		org-mobile.el		\
-		org-mouse.el		\
-		org-publish.el		\
-		org-plot.el		\
-		org-protocol.el		\
-		org-remember.el		\
-		org-rmail.el		\
-		org-special-blocks.el	\
-		org-src.el		\
-		org-table.el		\
-		org-taskjuggler.el	\
-		org-timer.el		\
-		org-vm.el		\
-		org-w3m.el              \
-		org-wl.el		\
-		org-xoxo.el		\
-		ob.el			\
-		ob-table.el		\
-		ob-lob.el		\
-		ob-ref.el		\
-		ob-exp.el		\
-		ob-tangle.el		\
-		ob-comint.el		\
-		ob-eval.el		\
-		ob-keys.el		\
-		ob-awk.el		\
-		ob-C.el			\
-		ob-calc.el		\
-		ob-ditaa.el		\
-		ob-haskell.el		\
-		ob-perl.el		\
-		ob-sh.el		\
-		ob-R.el			\
-		ob-dot.el		\
-		ob-mscgen.el		\
-		ob-latex.el		\
-		ob-lisp.el		\
-		ob-ledger.el		\
-		ob-python.el		\
-		ob-sql.el		\
-		ob-asymptote.el		\
-		ob-emacs-lisp.el	\
-		ob-matlab.el		\
-		ob-ruby.el		\
-		ob-sqlite.el		\
-		ob-clojure.el		\
-		ob-ocaml.el		\
-		ob-sass.el		\
-		ob-css.el		\
-		ob-gnuplot.el		\
-		ob-octave.el		\
-		ob-screen.el		\
-		ob-plantuml.el		\
-		ob-org.el		\
-		ob-js.el		\
-		ob-scheme.el
-
-LISPFILES0  = $(LISPF:%=lisp/%)
-LISPFILES   = $(LISPFILES0) lisp/org-install.el
-ELCFILES0   = $(LISPFILES0:.el=.elc)
-ELCFILES    = $(LISPFILES:.el=.elc)
-DOCFILES    = doc/org.texi doc/org.pdf doc/org doc/dir \
-              doc/pdflayout.sty doc/.nosearch \
-              doc/orgguide.texi doc/orgguide.pdf
-CARDFILES   = doc/orgcard.tex doc/orgcard.pdf doc/orgcard_letter.pdf
-TEXIFILES   = doc/org.texi
-INFOFILES   = doc/org
-
-# Package Manager (ELPA)
-PKG_TAG = $(shell date +%Y%m%d)
-PKG_DOC = "Outline-based notes management and organizer"
-PKG_REQ = "nil"
-
-PKG_FILES = $(LISPFILES0)		\
-            doc/dir doc/org		\
-            doc/pdflayout.sty		\
-            doc/org.pdf			\
-            doc/orgguide.pdf		\
-            doc/orgcard.tex		\
-            doc/orgcard.pdf		\
-            doc/orgcard_letter.pdf
-
-.SUFFIXES: .el .elc .texi
-SHELL = /bin/sh
-
-# Additional distribution files
-DISTFILES_extra=  Makefile request-assign-future.txt contrib
-
-default: $(ELCFILES) $(ELCBFILES)
-
-all:	$(ELCFILES) $(ELCBFILES) $(INFOFILES)
-
-up2:	update
-	sudo ${MAKE} install
-
-update:
-	git pull
-	${MAKE} clean
-	${MAKE} all
-
-compile: $(ELCFILES0) $(ELCBFILES)
-
-install: install-lisp
-
-doc: doc/org.html doc/org.pdf doc/orgcard.pdf doc/orgcard_letter.pdf doc/orgguide.pdf doc/orgcard.txt
-
-p:
-	${MAKE} pdf && open doc/org.pdf
-
-g:
-	${MAKE} pdf && open doc/orgguide.pdf
-
-install-lisp: $(LISPFILES) $(ELCFILES)
-	if [ ! -d $(lispdir) ]; then $(MKDIR) $(lispdir); else true; fi ;
-	$(CP) $(LISPFILES)  $(lispdir)
-	$(CP) $(ELCFILES)   $(lispdir)
-
-install-info: $(INFOFILES)
-	if [ ! -d $(infodir) ]; then $(MKDIR) $(infodir); else true; fi ;
-	$(CP) $(INFOFILES) $(infodir)
-	$(INSTALL_INFO) --info-file=$(INFOFILES) --info-dir=$(infodir)
-
-install-info-debian: $(INFOFILES)
-	$(INSTALL_INFO) --infodir=$(infodir) $(INFOFILES)
-
-autoloads: lisp/org-install.el
-
-lisp/org-install.el: $(LISPFILES0) Makefile
-	$(BATCH) --eval "(require 'autoload)" \
-		--eval '(find-file "org-install.el")'  \
-		--eval '(erase-buffer)' \
-		--eval '(mapc (lambda (x) (generate-file-autoloads (symbol-name x))) (quote ($(LISPFILES0))))' \
-		--eval '(insert "\n(provide (quote org-install))\n")' \
-		--eval '(save-buffer)'
-	mv org-install.el lisp
-
-doc/org: doc/org.texi
-	(cd doc && $(MAKEINFO) --no-split org.texi -o org)
-
-doc/org.pdf: doc/org.texi
-	(cd doc && $(TEXI2PDF) org.texi)
-
-doc/orgguide.pdf: doc/orgguide.texi
-	(cd doc && $(TEXI2PDF) orgguide.texi)
-
-doc/org.html: doc/org.texi
-	(cd doc && $(TEXI2HTML) --no-split -o org.html org.texi)
-	UTILITIES/manfull.pl doc/org.html
-
-doc/orgcard.pdf: doc/orgcard.tex
-	(cd doc && pdftex orgcard.tex)
-
-doc/orgcard.txt: doc/orgcard.tex
-	(cd doc && perl ../UTILITIES/orgcard2txt.pl orgcard.tex > orgcard.txt)
-
-doc/orgcard_letter.tex: doc/orgcard.tex
-	perl -pe 's/\\pdflayout=\(0l\)/\\pdflayout=(1l)/' \
-                   doc/orgcard.tex > doc/orgcard_letter.tex
-
-doc/orgcard_letter.pdf: doc/orgcard_letter.tex
-	(cd doc && pdftex orgcard_letter.tex)
-
-# Below here are special targets for maintenance only
-
-html: doc/org.html
-
-html_manual: doc/org.texi
-	rm -rf doc/manual
-	mkdir doc/manual
-	$(TEXI2HTML) -o doc/manual doc/org.texi
-	UTILITIES/mansplit.pl doc/manual/*.html
-
-html_guide: doc/orgguide.texi
-	rm -rf doc/guide
-	mkdir doc/guide
-	$(TEXI2HTML) -o doc/guide doc/orgguide.texi
-	UTILITIES/guidesplit.pl doc/guide/*.html
-
-info:	doc/org
-
-pdf:	doc/org.pdf doc/orgguide.pdf
-
-card:	doc/orgcard.pdf doc/orgcard_letter.pdf doc/orgcard.txt
-
-testrelease:
-	git checkout -b testrelease origin/maint
-	git merge -s recursive -X theirs master
-	UTILITIES/set-version.pl testing
-	git commit -a -m "Release testing"
-	make distfile TAG=testversion
-	make cleanrel
-	rm -rf org-testversion*
-	git reset --hard
-	git checkout master
-	git branch -D testrelease
-
-# The following target makes a full release for the stuff that is
-# currently on master.  Do it like this:
-#
-#   make release TAG=7.01
-
-release:
-	git checkout maint
-	git merge -s recursive -X theirs master
-	UTILITIES/set-version.pl $(TAG)
-	git commit -a -m "Release $(TAG)"
-	make relup TAG=$(TAG)
-	make cleanrel
-	rm -rf org-$(TAG)
-	rm -f org-$(TAG)*.zip
-	rm -f org-$(TAG)*.tar.gz
-	make pushreleasetag TAG=$(TAG)
-	git push -f origin maint
-	git checkout master
-	git merge -s ours maint
-	UTILITIES/set-version.pl -a $(TAG)
-	git commit -a -m "Update website to show $(TAG) as current release"
-	git push
-
-# The following target makes a release, but from the stuff that is on
-# maint, not from the stuff that is on master.  The idea is that it pushes
-# out a minor fix into a minor update, while development on master
-# already went full steam ahead.  To make a micro-relesse, cherry-pick
-# the necessary changes into maint, then run (with proper version number)
-# This is just like release, but we skip  the step which merges master
-# into maint.
-#
-#   make fixrelease TAG=7.01.02
-
-fixrelease:
-	git checkout maint
-	git merge -s recursive -X theirs master
-	UTILITIES/set-version.pl $(TAG)
-	git commit -a -m "Release $(TAG)"
-	make relup TAG=$(TAG)
-	make cleanrel
-	rm -rf org-$(TAG)
-	rm org-$(TAG)*.zip
-	rm org-$(TAG)*.tar.gz
-	make pushreleasetag TAG=$(TAG)
-	git push -f origin maint
-	git checkout master
-	git merge -s ours maint
-	UTILITIES/set-version.pl -o $(TAG)
-	git commit -a -m "Update website to show $(TAG) as current release"
-	git push
-
-# ~$ make relup only makes sense from orgmode.org server
-# Don't call it from your computer!
-relup:
-	${MAKE} makerelease
-	${MAKE} sync_release
-	${MAKE} sync_manual
-
-makerelease:
-	@if [ "X$(TAG)" = "X" ]; then echo "*** No tag ***"; exit 1; fi
-	${MAKE} distfile
-	${MAKE} doc
-	UTILITIES/gplmanual.pl
-	${MAKE} html_manual
-	${MAKE} html_guide
-	rm -rf RELEASEDIR
-	$(MKDIR) RELEASEDIR
-	cp org-$(TAG).zip org-$(TAG).tar.gz RELEASEDIR
-	cp doc/org.pdf doc/orgcard.pdf doc/org.texi doc/org.html RELEASEDIR
-	cp doc/org_dual_license.texi RELEASEDIR
-	cp doc/orgguide.pdf doc/orgcard.txt RELEASEDIR
-	cp RELEASEDIR/org-$(TAG).zip    RELEASEDIR/org.zip
-	cp RELEASEDIR/org-$(TAG).tar.gz RELEASEDIR/org.tar.gz
-
-# ~$ make sync_release only makes sense from orgmode.org server
-# Don't call it from your computer!
-sync_release:
-	rsync -avuz RELEASEDIR/ /var/www/orgmode.org/
-
-# ~$ make sync_manual only makes sense from orgmode.org server
-# Don't call it from your computer!
-sync_manual:
-	rsync -avuz --delete doc/manual/ /var/www/orgmode.org/manual/
-	rsync -avuz --delete doc/guide/ /var/www/orgmode.org/guide/
-
-distfile:
-	@if [ "X$(TAG)" = "X" ]; then echo "*** No tag ***"; exit 1; fi
-	touch doc/org.texi doc/orgcard.tex # force update
-	${MAKE} cleancontrib
-	${MAKE} info
-	${MAKE} doc
-	${MAKE} lisp/org-install.el
-	rm -rf org-$(TAG) org-$(TAG).zip
-	$(MKDIR) org-$(TAG)
-	$(MKDIR) org-$(TAG)/doc
-	$(MKDIR) org-$(TAG)/lisp
-	cp -r $(LISPFILES) org-$(TAG)/lisp
-	cp -r $(DOCFILES) $(CARDFILES) org-$(TAG)/doc
-	cp -r $(DISTFILES_extra) org-$(TAG)/
-	cp -r README_DIST org-$(TAG)/README
-	zip -r org-$(TAG).zip org-$(TAG)
-	tar zcvf org-$(TAG).tar.gz org-$(TAG)
-
-pkg:
-	@if [ "X$(PKG_TAG)" = "X" ]; then echo "*** No tag ***"; exit 1; fi
-	touch doc/org.texi doc/orgcard.tex # force update
-	${MAKE} info
-	${MAKE} doc
-	rm -rf org-$(PKG_TAG) org-$(PKG_TAG).tar
-	$(MKDIR) org-$(PKG_TAG)
-	cp -r $(PKG_FILES) org-$(PKG_TAG)
-	echo "(define-package \"org\" \"$(PKG_TAG)\" \"$(PKG_DOC)\" $(PKG_REQ))" > org-$(PKG_TAG)/org-pkg.el
-	tar cf org-$(PKG_TAG).tar org-$(PKG_TAG) --remove-files
-
-cleanall:
-	${MAKE} clean
-	rm -f lisp/org-install.el
-
-clean:
-	${MAKE} cleanelc
-	${MAKE} cleandoc
-	${MAKE} cleanrel
-	rm -f *~ */*~ */*/*~
-
-cleancontrib:
-	find contrib -name \*~ -exec rm {} \;
-
-cleanelc:
-	rm -f $(ELCFILES)
-cleandoc:
-	-(cd doc && rm -f org.pdf org org.html orgcard.pdf orgguide.pdf)
-	-(cd doc && rm -f *.aux *.cp *.cps *.dvi *.fn *.fns *.ky *.kys *.pg *.pgs)
-	-(cd doc && rm -f *.toc *.tp *.tps *.vr *.vrs *.log *.html *.ps)
-	-(cd doc && rm -f orgcard_letter.tex orgcard_letter.pdf)
-	-(cd doc && rm -rf manual)
-
-cleanrel:
-	rm -rf RELEASEDIR
-	rm -rf org-7.*
-	rm -rf org-7*zip org-7*tar.gz
-
-.el.elc:
-	$(ELC) $<
-
-
-push:
-	git-push orgmode@orgmode.org:org-mode.git master
-
-pushtag:
-	git-tag -m "Adding tag" -a $(TAG)
-	git-push orgmode@orgmode.org:org-mode.git $(TAG)
-
-pushreleasetag:
-	git-tag -m "Adding release tag" -a release_$(TAG)
-	git-push orgmode@orgmode.org:org-mode.git release_$(TAG)
-
-# Dependencies
-
-lisp/org.elc:		lisp/org-macs.el lisp/org-compat.el lisp/org-faces.el
-lisp/org-agenda.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-ascii.elc:	lisp/org-exp.el
-lisp/org-attach.elc:	lisp/org.el lisp/org-id.el
-lisp/org-archive.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-bbdb.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-beamer.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-bibtex.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-capture.elc:	lisp/org.el lisp/org-mks.el
-lisp/org-clock.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-colview.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-colview-xemacs.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-compat.elc:	lisp/org-macs.el
-lisp/org-crypt.elc:	lisp/org-crypt.el lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-ctags.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-datetree.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-docview.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-entities.elc:
-lisp/org-exp.elc:	lisp/org.el lisp/org-agenda.el
-lisp/org-exp-blocks.elc: lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-latex.elc:	lisp/org.el lisp/org-exp.el lisp/org-beamer.el
-lisp/org-docbook.elc:	lisp/org.el lisp/org-exp.el
-lisp/org-faces.elc:	lisp/org-macs.el lisp/org-compat.el
-lisp/org-feed.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-footnotes.elc:	lisp/org-macs.el lisp/org-compat.el
-lisp/org-freemind.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-gnus.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-html.elc:	lisp/org-exp.el
-lisp/org-habit.elc:	lisp/org.el lisp/org-agenda.el
-lisp/org-icalendar.elc:	lisp/org-exp.el
-lisp/org-id.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-indent.elc:	lisp/org.el lisp/org-macs.el lisp/org-compat.el
-lisp/org-info.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-inlinetask.elc:
-lisp/org-irc.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-jsinfo.elc:	lisp/org.el lisp/org-exp.el
-lisp/org-list.elc:	lisp/org-macs.el lisp/org-compat.el
-lisp/org-mac-message.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-macs.elc:
-lisp/org-mew.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-mhe.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-mks.elc:
-lisp/org-mobile.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-mouse.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-plot.elc:	lisp/org.el lisp/org-exp.el lisp/org-table.el
-lisp/org-publish.elc:
-lisp/org-protocol.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-remember.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-rmail.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-special-blocks.elc:	lisp/org-compat.el
-lisp/org-src.elc:	lisp/org-macs.el lisp/org-compat.el
-lisp/org-table.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-taskjuggler.elc: lisp/org.el lisp/org-exp.el
-lisp/org-timer.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-vm.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-w3m.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-wl.elc:	lisp/org.el
-lisp/org-xoxo.elc:	lisp/org-exp.el
-
-# Describe valid make targets for org-mode.
-targets help:
-	@echo "make - compile Org ELisp files"
-	@echo "make clean - clean Elisp and documentation files"
-	@echo "make all - compile Org ELisp files and documentation"
-	@echo ""
-	@echo "make doc - make all documentation"
-	@echo "make info - make Info documentation"
-	@echo "make html - make HTML documentation"
-	@echo "make pdf - make pdf documentation"
-	@echo "make card - make refcards documentation"
-	@echo ""
-	@echo "make install - install Org"
-	@echo "make install-lisp - install Org ELisp files"
-	@echo "make install-info - install Org Info file"
-	@echo "make install-info-debian - install info on old debian systems (newer use ginstall)"

elisp/contrib/org/README

-The is a distribution of Org, a plain text notes and project planning
-tool for Emacs.
-
-The version of this release is: 7.6
-
-The homepage of Org is at http://orgmode.org
-
-This distribution contains:
-
-README
-    This file.
-
-lisp/
-    Directory with all the Emacs Lisp files that make up Org.
-
-doc/
-    The documentation files.  org.texi is the source of the
-    documentation, org.html and org.pdf are formatted versions of it.
-
-contrib/
-    A directory with third-party additions for Org.  Some really cool
-    stuff is in there.
-
-ChangeLog
-    The standard ChangeLog file, for geeks.
-
-Changes.org
-    An Org-mode file listing the user visible changes in each release.
-
-Makefile
-    The makefile to compile and install Org.  For installation
-    instructions, see the manual.
-
-request-assign-future.txt
-    The form that contributors have to sign and get processed with the
-    FSF before contributed changes can be integrated into the Org
-    core.  All files in this distribution except the CONTRIB directory
-    have copyright assigned to the FSF.
-

elisp/contrib/org/contrib/README

-This directory contains add-ons to Org-mode.
-
-These contributions are not part of GNU Emacs or of the official Org-mode
-package.  But the git repository for Org-mode is glad to provide useful way
-to distribute and develop them as long as they are distributed under a free
-software license.
-
-Please put your contribution in one of these three directories:
-
-LISP (emacs-lisp code)
-======================
-htmlize.el               --- Convert buffer text and decorations to HTML
-org2rem.el               --- Convert org appointments into reminders
-org-annotate-file.el     --- Annotate a file with org syntax
-org-bookmark.el          --- Links to bookmarks
-org-checklist.el         --- org functions for checklist handling
-org-choose.el            --- Use TODO keywords to mark decision states
-org-collector.el         --- Collect properties into tables
-org-contacts             --- Contacts management
-org-contribdir.el        --- Dummy file to mark the org contrib Lisp directory
-org-depend.el            --- TODO dependencies for Org-mode
-org-drill.el             --- Self-testing with org-learn
-org-depend.el            --- TODO dependencies for Org-mode
-org-elisp-symbol.el      --- Org links to emacs-lisp symbols
-org-eshell.el            --- Support for links to working directories in eshell
-org-eval.el              --- The <lisp> tag, adapted from Muse
-org-eval-light.el        --- Evaluate in-buffer code on demand
-org-exp-bibtex.el        --- Export citations to LaTeX and HTML
-org-expiry.el 	         --- Expiry mechanism for Org entries
-org-export-generic.el    --- Export framework for configurable backends
-org-git-link.el          --- Provide org links to specific file version
-org-interactive-query.el --- Interactive modification of tags query
-org-invoice.el           --- Help manage client invoices in OrgMode
-org-jira.el              --- Add a jira:ticket protocol to Org
-org-learn.el             --- SuperMemo's incremental learning algorithm
-org-lparse.el            --- Library for building custom exporters
-org-mac-iCal.el          --- Imports events from iCal.app to the Emacs diary
-org-mac-link-grabber.el  --- Grab links and URLs from various Mac applications
-org-mairix.el 	         --- Hook mairix search into Org for different MUAs
-org-man.el 	         --- Support for links to manpages in Org-mode
-org-mime.el              --- org html export for text/html MIME emails
-org-mtags.el 	         --- Support for some Muse-like tags in Org-mode
-org-odt.el 	         --- OpenDocumentText exporter for Org-mode
-org-panel.el 	         --- Simple routines for us with bad memory
-org-registry.el          --- A registry for Org links
-org-screen.el            --- Visit screen sessions through Org-mode links
-org-secretary.el         --- Team management with org-mode
-org-special-blocks.el    --- Turn blocks into LaTeX envs and HTML divs
-orgtbl-sqlinsert.el      --- Convert Org-mode tables to SQL insertions
-org-toc.el 	         --- Table of contents for Org-mode buffer
-org-track.el             --- Keep up with Org development
-org-velocity.el          --- something like Notational Velocity for Org
-org-wikinodes            --- CamelCase wiki-like links for Org
-
-
-PACKAGES
-========
-
-SCRIPTS (shell, bash, etc.)
-===========================
-
-dir2org.zsh          --- Org compatible fs structure output
-org2hpda	     --- Generate hipster pda style printouts from Org-mode
-ditaa.jar            --- ASCII to PNG converter by Stathis Sideris, GPL

elisp/contrib/org/contrib/babel/langs/ob-fomus.el

+;;; ob-fomus.el --- org-babel functions for fomus evaluation
+
+;; Copyright (C) 2011-2012 Torsten Anders
+
+;; Author: Torsten Anders
+;; Keywords: literate programming, reproducible research
+;; Homepage: http://orgmode.org
+;; Version: 
+
+;;; License:
+
+;; This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
+;; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
+;; the Free Software Foundation; either version 3, or (at your option)
+;; any later version.
+;;
+;; This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
+;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
+;; MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
+;; GNU General Public License for more details.
+;;
+;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
+;; along with GNU Emacs; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to the
+;; Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor,
+;; Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA.
+
+;;; Commentary:
+
+;; Org-Babel support for evaluating Fomus source code.
+;; For information on Fomus see http://fomus.sourceforge.net/
+;;
+;; This differs from most standard languages in that
+;;
+;; 1) there is no such thing as a "session" in fomus
+;;
+;; 2) we are generally only going to return results of type "file"
+;;
+;; 3) we are adding the "file" and "cmdline" header arguments
+;;
+;; 4) there are no variables (at least for now)
+
+;;; Code:
+(require 'ob)
+(require 'ob-eval)
+
+(defvar org-babel-default-header-args:fomus
+  '((:results . "file") (:exports . "results"))
+  "Default arguments to use when evaluating a fomus source block.")
+
+(defun org-babel-expand-body:fomus (body params)
+  "Expand BODY according to PARAMS, return the expanded body."
+  (let ((vars (mapcar #'cdr (org-babel-get-header params :var))))
+    (mapc
+     (lambda (pair)
+       (let ((name (symbol-name (car pair)))
+	     (value (cdr pair)))
+	 (setq body
+	       (replace-regexp-in-string
+		(concat "\$" (regexp-quote name))
+		(if (stringp value) value (format "%S" value))
+		body))))
+     vars)
+    body))
+
+(defun org-babel-execute:fomus (body params)
+  "Execute a block of Fomus code with org-babel.
+This function is called by `org-babel-execute-src-block'."
+  (let* ((result-params (cdr (assoc :result-params params)))
+	 (out-file (cdr (assoc :file params)))
+	 (cmdline (cdr (assoc :cmdline params)))
+	 (cmd (or (cdr (assoc :cmd params)) "fomus"))
+	 (in-file (org-babel-temp-file "fomus-" ".fms")))
+    (with-temp-file in-file
+      (insert (org-babel-expand-body:fomus body params)))
+    ;; TMP: testing
+    ;; (message (concat cmd
+    ;; 	     " " (org-babel-process-file-name in-file)
+    ;; 	     " " cmdline
+    ;; 	     " -o " (org-babel-process-file-name out-file)))
+    (org-babel-eval
+     (concat cmd
+	     " " (org-babel-process-file-name in-file)
+	     " " cmdline
+	     " -o " (org-babel-process-file-name out-file)) "")
+    nil)) ;; signal that output has already been written to file
+
+(defun org-babel-prep-session:fomus (session params)
+  "Return an error because Fomus does not support sessions."
+  (error "Fomus does not support sessions"))
+
+(provide 'ob-fomus)
+
+;;; ob-fomus.el ends here

elisp/contrib/org/contrib/babel/langs/ob-oz.el

-;;; ob-oz.el --- org-babel functions for Oz evaluation
-
-;; Copyright (C) 2009 Torsten Anders and Eric Schulte 
-
-;; Author: Torsten Anders and Eric Schulte 
-;; Keywords: literate programming, reproducible research
-;; Homepage: http://orgmode.org
-;; Version: 0.02
-
-;;; License:
-
-;; This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
-;; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
-;; the Free Software Foundation; either version 3, or (at your option)
-;; any later version.
-;;
-;; This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
-;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
-;; MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
-;; GNU General Public License for more details.
-;;
-;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
-;; along with GNU Emacs; see the file COPYING.  If not, write to the
-;; Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor,
-;; Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA.
-
-;;; Commentary:
-
-;; Org-Babel support for evaluating Oz source code. 
-;;
-;; Oz code is always send to the Oz Programming Environment (OPI), the
-;; Emacs mode and compiler interface for Oz programs. Therefore, only
-;; session mode is supported. In practice, non-session code blocks are
-;; handled equally well by the session mode. However, only a single
-;; session is supported. Consequently, the :session header argument is
-;; ignored.
-;;
-;; The Org-babel header argument :results is interpreted as
-;; follows. :results output requires the respective code block to be
-;; an Oz statement and :results value requires an Oz
-;; expression. Currently, results are only supported for expressions
-;; (i.e. the result of :results output is always nil).
-;;
-;; Expression evaluation happens synchronously. Therefore there is an
-;; additional header argument :wait-time <number>, which specifies the
-;; maximum time to wait for the result of a given expression. nil
-;; means to wait as long as it takes to get a result (potentially wait
-;; forever).
-;;
-;; NOTE: Currently the copyright of this file may not be in a state to
-;;       permit inclusion as core software into Emacs or Org-mode.
-
-;;; Requirements:
-
-;; - Mozart Programming System, the implementation of the Oz
-;;   programming language (http://www.mozart-oz.org/), which includes
-;;   the major mode mozart for editing Oz programs.
-;;
-;; - StartOzServer.oz which is located in the contrib/scripts
-;;   directory of the Org-mode repository
-
-;;; TODO:
-
-;; - Decide: set communication to \\switch -threadedqueries?
-;;
-;; - Only start Oz compiler when required, e.g., load Org-babel only when needed?
-;;
-;; - Avoid synchronous evaluation to avoid blocking Emacs (complex
-;;   Strasheela programs can take long to find a result..). In order
-;;   to cleanly map code blocks to their associated results (which can
-;;   arrive then in any order) I could use IDs
-;;   (e.g. integers). However, how do I do concurrency in Emacs Lisp,
-;;   and how can I define org-babel-execute:oz concurrently.
-;; 
-;; - Expressions are rarely used in Oz at the top-level, and using
-;;   them in documentation and Literate Programs will cause
-;;   confusion. Idea: hide expression from reader and instead show
-;;   them statement (e.g., MIDI output statement) and then include
-;;   result in Org file. Implementation: for expressions (:results
-;;   value) support an additional header argument that takes arbitrary
-;;   Oz code. This code is not seen by the reader, but will be used
-;;   for the actual expression at the end.  Alternative: feed all
-;;   relevant code as statement (:results output), then add expression
-;;   as extra code block which outputs, e.g., file name (so the file
-;;   name must be accessible by global var), but the code of this
-;;   extra codeblock is not seen.  Hm, in that case it might be even
-;;   more easy to manually add this link to the Org file.
-;;
-
-
-(require 'ob)
-;;; major mode for editing Oz programs
-(require 'mozart)
-
-;;
-;; Interface to communicate with Oz.
-;; (1) For statements without any results: oz-send-string 
-;; (2) For expressions with a single result: oz-send-string-expression
-;;     (defined in org-babel-oz-ResultsValue.el)
-;; 
-
-;; oz-send-string-expression implements an additional very direct
-;; communication between Org-babel and the Oz compiler. Communication
-;; with the Oz server works already without this code via the function
-;; oz-send-string from mozart.el.in, but this function does not get
-;; back any results from Oz to Emacs. The following code creates a
-;; socket for sending code to the OPI compiler and results are
-;; returned by the same socket. On the Oz side, a socket is opened and
-;; conected to the compiler of the OPI (via oz-send-string). On the
-;; Emacs side, a connection to this socket is created for feeding code
-;; and receiving results. This additional communication channel to the
-;; OPI compiler ensures that results are returned cleanly (e.g., only
-;; the result of the sent code is returned, no parsing or any
-;; processing of *Oz Emulator* is required).
-;;
-;; There is no buffer, nor sentinel involved. Oz code is send
-;; directly, and results from Oz are send back, but Emacs Lisp
-;; requires a filter function for processing results.
-
-(defvar org-babel-oz-server-dir
-  (file-name-as-directory
-   (expand-file-name
-    "contrib/scripts"
-    (file-name-as-directory
-     (expand-file-name
-      "../../.."
-      (file-name-directory (or load-file-name buffer-file-name))))))
-  "Path to the contrib/scripts directory in which
-StartOzServer.oz is located.")
-
-(defvar org-babel-oz-port 6001		
-  "Port for communicating with Oz compiler.")
-(defvar org-babel-oz-OPI-socket nil
-  "Socket for communicating with OPI.")
-
-(defvar org-babel-oz-collected-result nil
-  "Aux var to hand result from org-babel-oz-filter to oz-send-string-expression.")
-(defun org-babel-oz-filter (proc string)
-  "Processes output from socket org-babel-oz-OPI-socket."
-;;   (setq org-babel-oz-collected-results (cons string org-babel-oz-collected-results))
-  (setq org-babel-oz-collected-result string)
-  )
-
-
-(defun org-babel-oz-create-socket ()
-  (message "Create OPI socket for evaluating expressions")
-  ;; Start Oz directly 
-  (run-oz)
-  ;; Create socket on Oz side (after Oz was started).
-  (oz-send-string (concat "\\insert '" org-babel-oz-server-dir "StartOzServer.oz'"))
-  ;; Wait until socket is created before connecting to it.
-  ;; Quick hack: wait 3 sec
-  ;; 
-  ;; extending time to 30 secs does not help when starting Emacs for
-  ;; the first time (and computer does nothing else)
-  (sit-for 3)
-  ;; connect to OPI socket
-  (setq org-babel-oz-OPI-socket  
-	;; Creates a socket. I/O interface of Emacs sockets as for processes.
-	(open-network-stream "*Org-babel-OPI-socket*" nil "localhost" org-babel-oz-port))
-  ;; install filter
-  (set-process-filter org-babel-oz-OPI-socket #'org-babel-oz-filter)
-)
-
-;; communication with org-babel-oz-OPI-socket is asynchronous, but
-;; oz-send-string-expression turns is into synchronous...
-(defun oz-send-string-expression (string &optional wait-time)
-  "Similar to oz-send-string, oz-send-string-expression sends a string to the OPI compiler. However, string must be expression and this function returns the result of the expression (as string). oz-send-string-expression is synchronous, wait-time allows to specify a maximum wait time. After wait-time is over with no result, the function returns nil."
-  (if (not org-babel-oz-OPI-socket) 
-      (org-babel-oz-create-socket))
-  (let ((polling-delay 0.1)
-	result)
-    (process-send-string org-babel-oz-OPI-socket string)
-    ;; wait for result
-    (if wait-time
-	(let ((waited 0))
-	  (unwind-protect
-	      (progn
-		(while 
-		    ;; stop loop if org-babel-oz-collected-result \= nil or waiting time is over
-		    (not (or (not (equal org-babel-oz-collected-result nil))
-			     (> waited wait-time)))
-		  (progn 
-		    (sit-for polling-delay)
-;; 		    (message "org-babel-oz: next polling iteration")
-		    (setq waited (+ waited polling-delay))))
-;; 		(message "org-babel-oz: waiting over, got result or waiting timed out")
-;; 		(message (format "wait-time: %s, waited: %s" wait-time waited))
-		(setq result org-babel-oz-collected-result)
-		(setq org-babel-oz-collected-result nil))))
-      (unwind-protect
-	  (progn
-	    (while (equal org-babel-oz-collected-result nil)
-	      (sit-for polling-delay))
-	    (setq result org-babel-oz-collected-result)
-	    (setq org-babel-oz-collected-result nil))))
-    result))
-
-(defun org-babel-expand-body:oz (body params)
-  (let ((vars (mapcar #'cdr (org-babel-get-header params :var))))
-    (if vars
-	;; prepend code to define all arguments passed to the code block
-	(let ((var-string (mapcar (lambda (pair)
-				    (format "%s=%s"
-					    (car pair)
-					    (org-babel-oz-var-to-oz (cdr pair))))
-				  vars)))
-	  ;; only add var declarations if any variables are there
-	  (mapconcat #'identity
-		     (append (list "local") var-string (list "in" body "end"))
-		     "\n"))
-      body)))
-
-(defun org-babel-execute:oz (body params)
-  "Execute a block of Oz code with org-babel.  This function is
-called by `org-babel-execute-src-block' via multiple-value-bind."
-  (let* ((result-params (cdr (assoc :result-params params)))
-	 (full-body (org-babel-expand-body:oz body params))
-	 (wait-time (plist-get params :wait-time)))
-    ;; actually execute the source-code block
-    (org-babel-reassemble-table
-     (cond
-      ((member "output" result-params)
-       (message "Org-babel: executing Oz statement")
-       (oz-send-string full-body))
-      ((member "value" result-params)
-       (message "Org-babel: executing Oz expression")
-       (oz-send-string-expression full-body (or wait-time 1)))
-      (t (error "either 'output' or 'results' must be members of :results.")))
-     (org-babel-pick-name (cdr (assoc :colname-names params))
-			  (cdr (assoc :colnames params)))
-     (org-babel-pick-name (cdr (assoc :roname-names params))
-			  (cdr (assoc :rownames params))))))
-
-;; This function should be used to assign any variables in params in
-;; the context of the session environment.
-(defun org-babel-prep-session:oz (session params)
-  "Prepare SESSION according to the header arguments specified in PARAMS."
-  (error "org-babel-prep-session:oz unimplemented"))
-;; TODO: testing... (copied from org-babel-haskell.el)
-;; (defun org-babel-prep-session:oz (session params)
-;;   "Prepare SESSION according to the header arguments specified in PARAMS."
-;;   (save-window-excursion
-;;     (org-babel-oz-initiate-session session)
-;;     (let* ((vars (org-babel-ref-variables params))
-;;            (var-lines (mapconcat ;; define any variables
-;;                        (lambda (pair)
-;;                          (format "%s=%s"
-;;                                  (car pair)
-;;                                  (org-babel-ruby-var-to-ruby (cdr pair))))
-;;                        vars "\n"))
-;;            (vars-file (concat (make-temp-file "org-babel-oz-vars") ".oz")))
-;;       (when vars
-;;         (with-temp-buffer
-;;           (insert var-lines) (write-file vars-file)
-;;           (oz-mode) 
-;; ;; 	  (inferior-oz-load-file) ; ??
-;; 	  ))
-;;       (current-buffer))))
-;;
-
-
-;; TODO: testing... (simplified version of def in org-babel-prep-session:ocaml)
-;;
-;; BUG: does not work yet. Error: ad-Orig-error: buffer none doesn't exist or has no process 
-;; UNUSED DEF
-(defun org-babel-oz-initiate-session (&optional session params)
-  "If there is not a current inferior-process-buffer in SESSION
-then create.  Return the initialized session."
-  (unless (string= session "none")
-    ;; TODO: make it possible to have multiple sessions
-    (save-window-excursion
-      ;; (run-oz)
-      (get-buffer oz-compiler-buffer))))
-
-(defun org-babel-oz-var-to-oz (var)
-  "Convert an elisp var into a string of Oz source code
-specifying a var of the same value."
-  (if (listp var)
-;;       (concat "[" (mapconcat #'org-babel-oz-var-to-oz var ", ") "]")
-      (eval var) 
-    (format "%s" var) ; don't preserve string quotes. 
-;;     (format "%s" var)
-    ))
-
-;; TODO: 
-(defun org-babel-oz-table-or-string (results)
-  "If the results look like a table, then convert them into an
-Emacs-lisp table, otherwise return the results as a string."
-  (error "org-babel-oz-table-or-string unimplemented"))
-
-
-(provide 'ob-oz)
-;;; org-babel-oz.el ends here

elisp/contrib/org/contrib/babel/library-of-babel.org

-#+title:    The Library of Babel
-#+author:     Org-mode People
-#+STARTUP:  odd hideblocks
-
-* Introduction
-  The Library of Babel is an extensible collection of ready-made and
-  easily-shortcut-callable source-code blocks for handling common
-  tasks.  Org-babel comes pre-populated with the source-code blocks
-  located in this file. It is possible to add source-code blocks from
-  any org-mode file to the library by calling =(org-babel-lob-ingest
-  "path/to/file.org")=.
-  
-  This file is included in worg mainly less for viewing through the
-  web interface, and more for contribution through the worg git
-  repository.  If you have code snippets that you think others may