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Re: [O] seeking good practices for writing about org using org

From: Charles C. Berry
Subject: Re: [O] seeking good practices for writing about org using org
Date: Thu, 4 Aug 2016 09:24:15 -0700
User-agent: Alpine 2.20 (OSX 67 2015-01-07)

On Wed, 3 Aug 2016, Cook, Malcolm wrote:

Thanks. Much closer. Still some issues. Mind taking another gander.... (hoping the attached jpeg of the webpage rendered comes through as an attachment)....

If my emacs buffer holds...
#+BEGIN_SRC org :exports both :results value ascii


what is the `ascii' doing?

Can you provide a link to documentation in the manual or a docstring describing its function?

Why don't you have 'replace' in the :results args?

,* Acknowledgments

This bit behaves as you might expect in plain text export, markdown, and latex export:

 [[mailto:address@hidden wife]]

but in html it does create `<a href="mailto:...'.

That is because of what `org-babel-exp-code-template' leads `org-html-src-block' to do. You might try dropping `%lang' from the template, but a better solution is to rewrite `org-html-src-block' and create a derived exporter.

,* Chapter one

Fa la la ls

,* Chapter two

La di di

,* Finally, here is a table of contents!


What does this idiom do?

Precisely, where does the documentation say what


read as "<hash> <plus> T O C <colon> <newline>"

should create??


Re your next post, I suggest spending some time reading

(info "(org) results")

to grasp what the various options actually do. It is probably a good idea to execute src blocks to see the RESULTS before you try to export them.


(info "(org) wrap")

might also help and certainly a quick breeze thru

(info "(org) Specific header arguments")

to remind yourself of what all the possibilities are is something I have to do from time to time.



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