>>> "IR" == Ihor Radchenko writes:
> Uwe Brauer writes:
>> Hi
>>
>> I run a relative recent GNU Emacs and org master, however please
>> consider the following example:
>>
>> When exporting to html or odt (using dvipng in both cases) the first set
>> of equations in the source block are ignored.
>>
>> Can somebody please confirm this, and tell me whether I should open a
>> BUG report.
>> ...
>> * A source block provides to export latex equations
>> #+begin_src latex :results latex replace :exports results :eval t
> Of course, the source block is ignored.
> According to 16.6 Results of Evaluation section of the manual,
> ‘latex’
> Results enclosed in a ‘BEGIN_EXPORT latex’ block. Usage example:
> ‘:results value latex’.
> So, you are exporting results of the evaluation, which is latex export
> block. Such block will only get exported to latex. By definition.
So what shall I do then? I have an org file with matlab source code and latex formula, having the latex formula surrounded by a block as in
#+begin_src latex :results latex replace :exports results :eval t
\begin{equation}
\label{eq:windeln-29-08-22:1}
\int
\end{equation}
#+end_src
Results in nice fortification. However sometimes I need to export the org file to odt/html and would like to have the mathematical formula translated, so what would be the best strategy?
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