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Re: [Orgmode] [bug] two bugs: one with comments and with exporting inlin

 From: Eric S Fraga Subject: Re: [Orgmode] [bug] two bugs: one with comments and with exporting inline tasks Date: Tue, 02 Nov 2010 23:11:21 +0000 User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.2 (gnu/linux)

Eric S Fraga <address@hidden> writes:

>
>> Hello,
>>
>>>>>>> Eric S Fraga writes:
>>
>>> I believe both of these problems are related to the new list
>>> handling as I used to be able to export inline tasks perfectly fine
>>> in September.
>>
>> Well, this is strange. I tried to get back to 7.01h, 7.01 and 6.36c
>> and I obtain this same behavior.
>>
>> What kind of export did you use to obtain?
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> -- Nicolas
>
> Well, now that you ask, I'm not sure what I used to obtain!  <blush>  I
> don't have any PDFs from when I was preparing my big proposal in August
> and September other than the final version (which obviously didn't have
> any inline tasks in it...).  So maybe I've been very unfair to you and
> the problem has always existed.  Sorry!
>
> It's still the case that there are two problems.  For the first, there's
> obviously some leakage from the HTML export into the LaTeX export in
> that the list entry (which comes from the inline heading) is given an
> argument that seems to be HTML/CSS code...  For the second problem,
> maybe I've misunderstood the export of a sub-tree -- I've initiated the
> export outside the inline heading so the export should include
> everything below the heading above?
>
> I'll play around some more tonight if I get a chance to see if I can
> narrow down the reasons for the failure.

I have done so and there's some interesting behaviour.  Here is a
summary of 4 different results exporting essentially the same content
for the attached org file:

1. export the whole file (C-cC-ed) produces a document with all the
content but with the inline task defining a latex =\item= with a
strange label (as indicated in my earlier message).

2. go to the headline and select the sub-tree (C-c@) and then export
(C-cC-ed) generates a PDF with only the text up to the start (but not

3. place the cursor on *point 1* and export the sub-tree (C-cC-e1d)
generates the same output as the previous point.

4. finally, place the cursor on *point 2* and export the sub-tree
(C-cC-e1d) exports only the text *after* the inline task.

Basically, for the last three cases, the exporter has a problem figuring
out what sub-tree actually is.  I don't think the problems have anything
to do with the new list handling (apologies again!).

I hope this helps somebody figure out what is going on.

Thanks,
eric


examplebug.org
Description: short example org file demonstrating bug

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