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Re: [O] org-tempo violating org-mode conventions since 9.2

From: stardiviner
Subject: Re: [O] org-tempo violating org-mode conventions since 9.2
Date: Sun, 27 Jan 2019 10:56:19 +0800
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Tim Cross <address@hidden> writes:

> I totally agree that block delimiters should be case
> insensitive. However, I think the ability for a user to set their
> preference for either upper case or lower case is reasonable. It does
> not need to affect the syntactic interpretation, just whether the
> template system does it in upper case or lower case. I have no idea how
> much more complex this would make the tempo definitions though.
> Tim
> Michael Welle <address@hidden> writes:
>> Hello,
>> Amin Bandali <address@hidden> writes:
>> [...]
>>> I think it would be nice to provide a defcusom to allow choosing between
>>> upper vs. lowercase.
>> that would make the exchange of Org files with colleagues and other Org
>> aficionados complicated, wouldn't it? As Nicolas said, blocks are
>> case-insensitive, meaning one could write them down according to one's
>> liking ;). 
>> Regards
>> hmw

I agree. I upvote an option for this option. I remember there is an
option before, but someday it's gone. Now still has a similar option
`org-babel-uppercase-example-markers'. They can be merged if someone
want to add a patch.

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