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Re: [O] HTML5 presentations

From: Eric Schulte
Subject: Re: [O] HTML5 presentations
Date: Thu, 16 Jun 2011 12:29:48 -0700
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Robert Goldman <address@hidden> writes:

> On 6/7/11 Jun 7 -3:01 PM, Tassilo Horn wrote:
>> Vinh Nguyen <address@hidden> writes:
>>> After the recent org-mode to S5 discussion, I stumbled onto
>>> [these](https://gist.github.com/509761) code.  It offers a way to
>>> export org files to HTML5 presentations.  I think it looks quite nice.
>>>  I see it being better than S5 in that no "ui" folder is required.
>>> What do you all think?  Is it worthy of being incorporated into
>>> org-mode?
>> Just tried it, and it's pretty cool!  Easy to use and nicely looking.
>> Bye,
>> Tassilo
> I have tried the version here:
> https://github.com/twada/org-html5presentation.el
> and it does not seem to be ready for prime-time.  Org-babel features
> don't work, and there seems to be not a clear integration with the
> org-export-preprocessor.  See my two issues, one (not satisfactorily)
> closed, one open.
> Possibly this should be folded into contrib, so that people could
> cooperate on it more easily than when it lives off in a separate git
> repo, but it shouldn't be enabled for the unwary until it's been
> thoroughly exercised.
> Is there a "tries to use all features" org presentation somewhere that
> would serve as a good acid test for an export facility?  It would be
> very handy to have that.

This export target seems to re-implement much of the org HTML export
mechanics which is most likely the reason for the incomplete coverage of
Org's large functionality.

Perhaps it would be possible to change this so that it works more like
org-s5, that is, so that it firsts exports using the existing html
export functionality, and then simply manipulates the resulting html.

Best -- Eric

Eric Schulte

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