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Re: [Orgmode] does #+PROPERTY still exist ?

From: Nick Dokos
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] does #+PROPERTY still exist ?
Date: Wed, 22 Sep 2010 02:10:55 -0400

Vincent Belaïche <address@hidden>  wrote:

> In the org manual node `(org) Property syntax' one can read the
> following:
> --8<-------------coupez ici--------------début-------------->8---
>    If you want to set properties that can be inherited by any entry
> in a file, use a line like 
>      #+PROPERTY: NDisks_ALL 1 2 3 4
> --8<-------------coupez ici---------------fin--------------->8---
> However this does not seem to work.

In what way does it fail to work?

AFAICT, it works as advertised: after inserting the above line, I try to
insert a NDisks property with 

       C-c C-x p NDisks<RET>5<RET>

and it complains ("No match").  If I use e.g. 3 instead of 5, the
property is inserted.


> What I did to get the same effect is place a property drawer before the
> first title, and then set 
> #+OPTIONS: skip:t
> In order to disable export of this drawer (because I am exporting
> drawers in general).
> I would like to know whether this is a bug, and if yes I can provide a
> patch to the manual with work-around explained above.
> BR,
>    Vincent.
> PS: #+PROPERTY does not work with completion `C-M-i' either
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