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Re: [O] Setting Tags Using #+INCLUDE:

From: Carsten Dominik
Subject: Re: [O] Setting Tags Using #+INCLUDE:
Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2012 14:59:06 +0200

Hi Ian,

you need to use #+setupfile instead of #+include for this purpose.

- Carsten

On 22 okt. 2012, at 14:39, Ian Barton <address@hidden> wrote:

> I have tags defined in my .emacs using setq org-tag-alist. However, I have a 
> group of files (>100) for which I want to define a different set of tags. 
> Rather than place a #+TAGS directive I thought I would define them in another 
> file (setup.org) and INCLUDE this in each of the 100 files.
> However, this doesn't seem to work. Pressing C-q on the first headline of 
> fpr.org only offers me the inherited tags defined in org-tag-alist. Is this 
> expected behaviour or a bug?
> setup.org
> #+TITLE: Common Setup Parameters for All Blog Files.
> #+TAGS: blog(b) gear(g) mountaineering(m) emacs(e) linux(l) mythtv(m) 
> backpacking(k) review(r)
> #+STARTUP: logdone noptag
> fpr.org:
> #+STARTUP: showall indent
> #+STARTUP: hidestars
> #+TITLE: First Pinnacle Rib.
> #+INCLUDE: "setup.org"
> * First Pinnacle Rib - Tryfan

- Carsten

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