Dear Mr. Sitz and everyone else.
First off, thanks for a great plugin that nears almost a total conversion,
if you will. I never quite realized the potential in this project (have
been watching the github repo for some time) until I read the vimdoc that
seems to be most update.
But there is something wrong with the Emacs integration here. Whether I run
the daemon with `emacs --daemon` or interactively with `M-x server-start`,
I can't eval my tables. Consider this minimal example:
| item | Qty | Price | Sum |
| A | 10 | 2300 | 4600 |
| B | 1 | 3500 | 7000 |
| C | 0 | 1000 | 3000 |
| M | 0 | 3700 | 7400 |
With the (seemingly) correct g:org_command_for_emacsclient ==
'emacsclient' trying to re-evaluate that table results in no such thing.
The numbers stay the same.
Interestingly, if I launch the Emacs server interactively and watch it
working, it will go and ask the user about re-reading the file that's
modified. Not fit for a background process! Sometimes the
`~/org-tbl-block.org` is left with incorrect information but most of the
time, the data remains unmodified.
Now this looks an Emacs error to me. I think I saw some documentation
mentioning something about modifying `.emacs` but no instructions found!
Both Emacses 23 and 24 (org 7.8.11) affected. Dot-emacs is empty for all
intents and purposes.