On 08/31/2015 05:38 PM, Thomas S. Dye
I, too, typed 'y' with no luck; and yeah, my use cases are safe as
David A. Gershman <address@hidden> writes:
So I finally was able to test out the C-c C-c. It did ask me if I
wanted to apply and I said yes. When I exported the file, my postamble
(as specified in the variable) was /not/ shown...it was still the default.
Strangely, when I did C-c C-c, Emacs came back with this:
The local variables list in syllabus.org
contains values that may not be safe (*).
Do you want to apply it? You can type
y -- to apply the local variables list.
n -- to ignore the local varialbes list.
! -- to apply.....
* org-html-postamble : t
* org-export-hml-postamble-format : "Hello World"
Notice the *'*'* warning not to be safe. But the source .org file is
with '#' as it should be (seen further below).
Yes, Emacs asks about safe local variables. I read about this once in
the Emacs manual and concluded that my use cases were all safe, so I
just type "y". I suspect you're in the same boat, but you might want to
read the relevant section of the Emacs manual to be certain.
Sorry, that must have been a typo when transposing it into email
(Emacs didn't let me highlight to copy the text while the question
was in the buffer). The actual .org file is 'html'.
I just noticed that you're setting org-export-hml-postamble-format, but
you probably want html instead of hml.
So by typing 'y', I'd expect to see "Hello World" in my
postamble...correct? My seeing the default is still an error then.
Just to make sure all is understood, here is the entire .org file
# Last Updated: "2015-08-31 17:44:42"
Either typing C-c C-c, or just opening the file will ask me about
the variables. I answer 'y', but still get the default postamble.
#+OPTIONS: html-preamble:t html-scripts:nil html-style:t
#+OPTIONS: html5-fancy:nil toc:nil num:nil
#+AUTHOR: D. Gershman
href="" class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/">"http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/">Emacs</a>
24.4.1 (<a href="" class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="http://orgmode.org">"http://orgmode.org">Org</a> mode
#+TITLE: CS 380 Syllabus
* David A. Gershman, CISSP
Office hours here
* Course Description
Network architectures and standards. Layers and protocols.
switching, packet switching and routing. Client-server
concepts. Network security. Web computing. Privacy,
property rights and acceptable use. 4
lectures/problem-solving. Prerequisites: CS 241 and CS 264
grades of C or better, or consent of instructor.
# Local Variables:
# org-html-postamble: t
# org-export-html-postamble-format: "Hello World"