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Re: [O] back matter in Org documents.

From: John Kitchin
Subject: Re: [O] back matter in Org documents.
Date: Thu, 18 Aug 2016 18:10:45 -0400
User-agent: mu4e 0.9.16; emacs

you could do something like [[attachfile:./2004-01-13.eml]] with this
attachfile link:

It works for pdf export anyway.

Allen S. Rout writes:

> I've got a document structure I'd like to use, and I've been thinking
> about how to do it.   I thought I'd float the idea, and see if anyone
> has attempted something similar.
> I'm writing some prose, in which I'm referring to email messages.  In
> magical rainbow-pony land, my use case would look something like
> -----------
> Text text text blah blah relevant point, see [[ref: ./2004-01-13.eml]]
> blah blah more prose.
> ------------
> A footnote/endnote signifier would be placed in the prose at the point
> of the ref, and the contents of the file would be included in an
> appendix section.
> I've been searching on 'appendix', and the references seem mostly to
> talk about _formatting_ the section we deem an appendix, in the
> appropriate style.   I understand the value of this, but it's not my case.
> Should I just define a section, #+INCLUDE each email I care about, and
> do an internal link?  That's not awful, but it's not nearly as
> high-speed and sexy.
> - Allen S. Rout

Professor John Kitchin
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