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Re: [O] Literate programming in org

From: Sebastien Vauban
Subject: Re: [O] Literate programming in org
Date: Wed, 26 Aug 2015 22:07:55 +0200
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Max Linke <address@hidden> writes:
> On 08/26/2015 12:36 PM, Sebastien Vauban wrote:
>> See:
>> - inline Babel calls: ... call_<NAME>(<ARGUMENTS>) ... and/or
>> - inline code blocks: src_<LANGUAGE>{<BODY>}.
> Yes I'm currently using inline babel calls.
>>> * reruning specific cells only one time after emacs was started
>>>     I have some cells that are long running and produce some variables
>>>     I later use for plotting or calculating related values. To avoid
>>>     recalculating I have added `cache: yes` to these cells. But they
>>>     are only run once across restarts of emacs or my interpreter session
>>>     in the background. When I start working again I would like to have a
>>>     way to rerun all code-cells independent of the fact if they are cached
>>>     or not. This would lead to a huge speed up in converting to latex for
>>>     me.
>> I don't understand why re-running code blocks which are cached is
>> a problem.  Could you elaborate?
> I wanted a shortcut to rerun every code cell independent of cached
> status. Looking again into the docs I found the short-cut
>       'C-u C-c C-v b'
> This calls 'org-babel-execute-buffer'.

... to forcibly re-evaluate the blocks (even when marked ":cache"), yes.
OK, got it now!

Best regards,

Sebastien Vauban

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