From: Philipp Haselwarter <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: html email, math formulas
Date: Sun, 25 Mar 2012 15:00:19 +0200 [thread overview]
Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org> (raw)
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On Thu, Mar 22 2012 22:56 (@1332453399), Uwe Brauer wrote:
>>> On Thu, 22 Mar 2012 22:37:10 +0100, Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen <email@example.com>
> > Uwe Brauer <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > [...]
> >> (concat "ltxpng/" (file-name-sans-extension (file-name-nondirectory
> >> buffer-file-name)))
> > Org mode assumes that the buffer has a file associated with it. Which
> > it doesn't. But you can just bind `buffer-file-name' to something.
> > Probably anything will work. "", for instance.
> Right!!! That it was, many thanks, I recommend including
> that code in gnus, but maybe I am really the only one
As in plain-text mail with TeX support? *want*
> Another thing which is related but concerns sending email.
> While I can of course use (and in fact I do very often) the
> TeX-to-char function for outgoing email which allows to send
> converted symbols such-as and then can be read by other
> email programs, the same is not true of
> org-preview-latex-fragments, since it saves the png in a
> I wrote a relative simple function which attaches all the
> relevant png, but the result looks ugly. The reason is that
> the mail is sent in principle as plain text, with embedded
> Now I learnt about 2 extensions for Thunderbird, which rely
> on the same idea however their result looks much nicer since
> they use htmlized email (which I normally dislike) so in
> short will gnus at some point allow and support html email.
I think `org-mime-org-buffer-htmlize' and `org-mime-htmlize' from
org-mode/contrib/org-mime.el by Eric Schulte are able to handle
composing rich html mail.
From a quick test, it seems to /almost/ work:
- images get attached, depending on the mail client they may or may not
get displayed inline (Gnus shows them inline, roundcube below the
- /css/ and /js/ appears to be missing, which breaks pretty formatting
of code-blocks and mathjax for TeX.
Setting #+OPTIONS: LaTeX:dvipng as suggested by the Org info manual
causes an error about a missing temp-file.
The file used for this test is attached.
Maybe these are just configuration quirks and could easily be dealt with
by setting the right options in org, or someone familiar with `org-mime'
could take a look at what's going wrong?
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