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Re: [Orgmode] html publish/export

From: Richard G Riley
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] html publish/export
Date: Tue, 15 Jul 2008 00:43:30 +0200
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Carsten Dominik <address@hidden> writes:

> On Jul 14, 2008, at 9:18 AM, Richard G Riley wrote:
>> Is it possible for the publish functions to work without actually
>> opening published files into buffers? I get a lot of buffers opening
>> and
>> closing and often disappearing altogether (ie closed) after a
>> publish -
>> even though I was in that file and editing it before I published. In
>> addition, opening the files into "visible" buffers triggers mode
>> specifics to kick in like nxhtml mode which significantly increases
>> the
>> publish time. Is it necessary?
> Hi Richard,
> I don't the why you'd want to hand-edit a file that is automatically
> created
> by the publishing process, so I don't really understand that part.

I meant it opens the other project org files as buffers. In addition, I
guess it creates temporary "real buffers" for its exported html files -
it is these that trigger the nxhtml load etc.

Frequently the org file I was editing when I publish is closed by the
publish functions.

> I guess we could avoid setting nxhtml mode for the created files and
> remove the buffers when publishing.
> - Carsten

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