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Re: [Orgmode] &
Re: [Orgmode] &
Sun, 15 Jul 2007 09:45:47 +0200
You can use \auml and \eacute. If you have symbols that do not work
correctly, let me know. The complete list is in the variable
On Jul 14, 2007, at 9:10, Renzo Been wrote:
First of all, I've started using org-mode, and must say that it' a
real fine addition to my Aquamacs Emacs. Great work, thanx!
I do have a question concerning HTML-export:
When I write a & in an org-file, it gets exported as &
However I would like to use HTML-codes for special symbols, like:
ä é, and many others
In this way the exported HTML-file can be saved without the need for
text-encoding (I also use a PDA that does not support all
text-encodings), and can be easily read in all web-browsers...
I've got this as the first line in my org files:
# -*- mode: org; coding: raw-text-dos; -*-
I've added the next lines to my .emacs in order to replace & with
& (and remove text-encoding)
(defalias 'troep (read-kbd-macro "ESC x ibuffer RET m w ESC x
kill-buffer RET RET ESC x org-export-as-html-to-buffer RET C-x 1 ESC %
l RET l RET ! ESC % & RET & RET ! C-x C-w C-y DEL DEL DEL DEL html RET
ESC x kill-buffer RET RET C-x C-f DEL RET g ESC x kill-buffer RET C-y
(global-set-key [clear] 'troep)
Is there an other way to set org-mode to leave the & as it is when
exporting to HTML?
Or could there be conflicts because the & is also used in tables?
Or is there somewhere a list to be found with all the latex codes
(like \euro) that can be used in an org-mode file? I don't know all
these codes for special symbols in latex...
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- [Orgmode] &, Renzo Been, 2007/07/14
- Re: [Orgmode] &,
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