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Sun, 23 Aug 2015 01:55:50 +0100
Hi, (newbie warning)
I am about to embark on some extensive writing (in Markdown) and
org-mode might be just the ticket for this. I particularly like the idea
of narrowing, which I understand the markdown mode doesn't offer.
I envisage my .org file having the following structure:
** review 1
** review n
** Chapter 1
** Chapter n
The actual 'contents' being under 'release'.
What I want is to effectively say to org "copy everything under
'release', promote them all to top level headings and then export them
all as markdown.
I can do this manually with killing and yanking, and if I scratch my
head a bit (till it bleeds actually) then I expect I could even do this
in a function.
However, either this is a really common use-case in which I expect I am
missing something in org-mode _or_ this is a weird use-case in which
case I don't want to start and would rather be more idiomatic.
Any thoughts/guidance welcome!
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- org-mode questions,
Colin Yates <=