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* Re: Re: my-mini-table(something)
@ 2009-06-18 13:11 giovanni.ridolfi
  2009-06-19  5:42 ` my-mini-table(something) Carsten Dominik
  0 siblings, 1 reply; 5+ messages in thread
From: giovanni.ridolfi @ 2009-06-18 13:11 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: emacs-orgmode, Stefan Vollmar, Carsten Dominik

--- Gio 18/6/09, Stefan Vollmar <vollmar@nf.mpg.de> ha scritto:
> #+MACRO is exactly what I was looking for.
> (1) The release notes of 6.27 say:
> > Macro processing for export has been enhanced: 
> > - You can use arguments in a macro, for example 
> #+macro hello Greet the $1: Hello $1
> which is just what I had been hoping for! This important
> change has not yet made it into org.pdf of the 6.27a
> distribution. 

???? really ?????

at page 106 of the pdf version, that you can download from the site,

I can read: "Macro replacement"!

> (2) The next logical step is to collect a number of useful
> macros in one include file. However, when I use
> #+INCLUDE: "./include.org"
> which contains the MACRO, the macro expansion does not work
> (if the same MACRO statements are part of the org-file where
> I use them, they work just fine), all other org content is
> included as expected. Is this is a bug?

I think this is a not, yet?, implemented feature ;-)

*Macro processing* is intended *for export* (release notes)
so, I think, Carsten considered only the macros in the 
current file/buffer.


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* my-mini-table(something)
@ 2009-06-18  9:56 Stefan Vollmar
  2009-06-18 12:25 ` my-mini-table(something) Matthew Lundin
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From: Stefan Vollmar @ 2009-06-18  9:56 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: emacs-orgmode


we have used org-mode for creating HTML content for software  
documentation and it beats everything we have tried over the last  
couple of years hands down, excellent work!

For one project, I used several statements like this (simplified):

#+HTML: <table><tr><td><img src="./images/icon.png"/></ 

#+HTML: <table><tr><td><img src="./images/icon.png"/></ 

The result looks exactly the way we have planned it, however, ideally  
one would want to write:


(with a suitable syntax) in the org source, and this should only be  
expanded when exporting the document, so I never need to look at the  
HTML code (if I do not want to).

This is probably already possible with org-mode using the html-export- 
hook and a little Lisp function. Many thanks in advance for any hints!

Warm regards,
Dr. Stefan Vollmar, Dipl.-Phys.
Max-Planck-Institut für neurologische Forschung
Gleuelerstr. 50, 50931 Köln, Germany
Tel.: +49-221-4726-213  FAX +49-221-4726-298
Tel.: +49-221-478-5713  Mobile: 0160-93874279
Email: vollmar@nf.mpg.de   http://www.nf.mpg.de

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