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Kaushal Modi

Posts categorized in ‘org’ (12)

Building Org Development version

<2018-02-20 Tue>
Refactor the code using more canonical methods.
<2018-01-03 Wed>
Update the Org repo links as per the announcement on Org mailing list on <2017-12-28 Thu>.

I am assuming that you already know what Org or org-mode is and that’s why you are here.

You would want to build Org from its development branch (master branch) to get the latest and greatest goodies plus bug fixes! Go through the ORG-NEWS file to read about the new features.

If you like what you see there, here are the steps for installing the development version of Org.

Installing bleeding edge Hugo + Goorgeous

Update (2017/06/16)

Updated the github source references as per the changes in hugo v0.23. Also made the shell script ShellCheck-passing! 🙌 §

You already got go installed, and that’s why are you reading it.

         If not – Go! Install it!

So.. now that you have go installed, why settle for the release version of hugo! You are reading this blog post generated using the bleeding edge of hugo.

In addition, Hugo v0.19 onwards supports the org-mode syntax, which is so much more awesome than markdown, especially if you are using emacs.

This post is about how you can install the latest versions of hugo and the go package that adds the org-mode support – goorgeous.