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Re: [Orgmode] Re: Release 6.13
Re: [Orgmode] Re: Release 6.13
Mon, 24 Nov 2008 03:12:39 +0100
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.0.60 (gnu/linux)
this is how it works here:
;; this could be: "/ssh:address@hidden:~/html/notebook/"
:style "<link rel=\"stylesheet\" href=\"stylesheet.css\"
("org" :components ("org-notes" "org-notes-static"))
This way first the *.org files are published (and thus ditaa images are
created in :base-directory) and then the new generated images.
Bernt Hansen <address@hidden> writes:
> Carsten Dominik <address@hidden> writes:
>> New contributed file /org-exp-blocks.el/
>> This new file implements special export behavior of
>> user-defined blocks. The currently supported blocks are
>> - comment :: Comment blocks with author-specific markup
>> - ditaa :: conversion of ASCII art into pretty png files
>> using Stathis Sideris' /ditaa.jar/ program
>> - dot :: creation of graphs in the /dot/ language
>> - R :: Sweave type exporting using the R program
>> For more details and examples, see the file commentary in
>> Kudos to Eric Schulte for this new functionality, after
>> /org-plot.el/ already his second major contribution. Thanks
>> to Stathis for this excellent program, and for allowing us to
>> bundle it with Org-mode.
> Thanks for this! I really like that C-c ' now makes editing the ditaa
> images easy.
> Now for my questions related to improving my work-flow for generating
> documents with ditaa images.
> Q1: Can org-publish-current-project somehow automatically pick up ditaa
> generated images?
> I have a play org file http://doc.norang.ca/org-mode.org which
> generates the page at http://doc.norang.ca/org-mode.html.
> I usually edit the source file and then
> M-x org-publish-current-project
> to publish my changes.
> This was working great... until ditaa came along :).
> Now exporting my .org files creates new ditaa generated images (.png
> files) which don't get exported with the document because they are
> part of a different project. After org-publish-current-project I
> have to remember to also org-publish doc-png to get the ditaa
> generated images published.
> Publishing the parent project 'doc' instead
> doc-org (org -> HTML export -> publishing target)
> doc-png (copy .png -> publishing target)
> works fine so maybe I just need fix my workflow so my publish code
> is smart enough to find the appropriate parent project and publish
> that instead.
> Q2: Can org-publish handle a source file in more than one project?
> Sometimes I would like to publish the generated page (org-mode.html)
> as well as the source file that creates it (org-mode.org) as in Q1
> above. I don't think I can have a doc-org project that generates
> HTML and a doc-src project that just copies the .org files verbatim
> to the target directory since after publishing one of the two
> projects the file is 'unchanged' and skipped for publishing the
> second one. Is there a way to accomplish this?
> For now I'm manually touching the org file and manually publishing
> the doc-src project to make it work.
> ditaa images look great on HTML exports. I'm having some difficulty
> including them in other formats (PDF for instance - they end up being
> tiny.) Someday I'll find a good solution for that.
> http://doc.norang.ca/org-mode.pdf is an example.
> Thanks for org-mode!
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