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Re: [Orgmode] possible Bug in export-Region-as-HTML

From: Carsten Dominik
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] possible Bug in export-Region-as-HTML
Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2008 10:43:48 -0700

This is fixed now, thanks for the report.  It was cause by a
interference between the following two features:

1. If you use org-export-region-as-html, only the current
   region is exported
2. If you select a subtree as a region and then use the
   normal org-export-as-html, this means that the subtree should
   be exported, using the first headline in the tree as the heading.

Maybe (2) should not even exist, or at least be a separate command,
this is quite confusing.

- Carsten

On Jul 23, 2008, at 7:41 AM, Giovanni Ridolfi wrote:

/punk: DIMyself ;-)
--- Mar 22/7/08, Giovanni Ridolfi <address@hidden> ha scritto:
---------- org file: ----------
         ####  blank line here
* first
** 2nd
*** 3rd
it's me!
**** 4th
bye! . .<- cursor within dots
1. exports the first heading as the title of the HTML file

If you want the exporter performs correctly,
THEN just set the mark (C-SPC) in a blank line
*before* the heading you want to export.

2. exports "first" as the first heading
I cannot reproduce this anymore.

  but does *not* export the text "hi"
3. does not use <h2 > for defining the second level
  i.e. "2nd"  , but <h3>

Well if the region includes another "first heading"
* first
** 2nd
*** 3rd
* first after 3rd
it's me!
**** 4th
bye! . .<- cursor within dots

everything goes well:
1. corsor on "* first",
2. no title,
3. "* first" is <h2> , "** 2nd" <h3> and so on.

In conclusion I think it can be added to the documentation
of the function "org-export-region-as-html"
something like that:
"The region to be exported should begin
from a blank line before the headng of interest"


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