OrgViz - Browser based app to 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
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
./sample/ directory and start OrgViz server with them. You can
edit the generated org file and see what happens to the pages in
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
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: