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Re: [O] conditional export based on babel result

From: Andreas Leha
Subject: Re: [O] conditional export based on babel result
Date: Wed, 05 Sep 2012 21:04:07 +0200
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Eric Schulte <address@hidden> writes:

> Andreas Leha <address@hidden> writes:
>> Hi all,
>> is there a possibility to exclude (or include) parts of the document
>> based on some babel source block result?
>> First some use case:
>> Say, I am doing a statistical test.  And only if the test turns out to be
>> significant, a follow-up analysis is carried out.
>> Is that possible?
>> One thinkable and ugly option would be to allow lisp-generated tags like
>> in this dummy example:
>> #+begin_org
>> * The Test
>> #+name: sometest
>> #+begin_src R
>>   test_result <- 0.03
>> #+end_src
>> ** export maybe (if (< (string-to-number (sbe sometest)) 0.05) ":export:" 
>> ":noexport:")
>> The follow-up
>> #+end_org
>> Regards,
>> Andreas
> Hi Andreas,
> When doing something this complex you may just want to write your own
> function which could say... take a subtree ID and a boolean flag as
> arguments and then set the export flag on that subtree as appropriate.
> The org-id-goto and org-toggle-comment functions may help in
> implementing this function.
> Best,

Hi Eric,

in my opinion, there are more complex things in org-mode already ;-)

I agree, that such functionality doesn't need to be provided in org
Thanks a lot for the pointers to possible entry-points for an
implementation.  I hope, I'll find time to to go for it.  Would be good
for my elisp, anyway...


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