From: chris <email@example.com>
To: Emacs Org-mode <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: How to publish a whole website resource with org-publish, and how to set :components () ?
Date: Wed, 20 Nov 2013 13:54:53 +0800 [thread overview]
Message-ID: <20131120055453.GA27590@stardiviner> (raw)
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1. What I want to do:
I want to publish *all* my resources(which I choose) to public.
It means any filetype files under the :base-directory.
And I hope my org file inline source code, babel, inline images etc can be
displayed correctly. Anyway, just like a normal website. (This sentence is not a
good description, but it is my purpose)
Here is what I set.
;; ;; TODO :base-directory "~/Org/"
;; :recursive t
:components ("Blog" "Gallery")
;; TODO can I set those variable at here for all of above publishings ?
;;; [ author ]
:with-footnotes "Get over the world!"
;;; [ tasks ]
;; :with-tasks t
;;; [ html ]
;;; [ sitemap ]
;; When non-nil, remove filenames' extensions from the generated sitemap. Useful to have cool URIs.
;;; [ index ]
2. Question one:
Can I set some properties in the *meta-project* (which has :components) ?
3. Question two:
I feel my setting is not good. Does anyone have a good template for my situation
to let me reference?
I have checked out http://orgmode.org documentation, and it's example.
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