On Jul 2, 2008, at 2:06 PM, Richard G Riley wrote:
Carsten Dominik <address@hidden
On Jul 2, 2008, at 12:10 PM, Richard G Riley wrote:
Could I suggest a different approach?
Possibly have a parameter which is a prefix text on the include line?
#+INCLUDE: "~/docs/cv/references/cpd.org" :prefix " + "
Yes, this is the better solution, but you need two different prefixes,
one for the first line and one for the others in order to make items
I don't think it is perfect yet, because the indentation has to be
specified by hand and will fail if you promote or demote the list.
Still, useful, thanks a lot.
Its up in the git repo.
Is there no way to just to allow #+include anywhere on a line?
How would that help with creating a bullet with correct indentation?
(also, I solved the link query from another psot by using C-u C-c C-l -
possibly the links section of the info file could be clearer). I missed
the need to use the file: specifier.
Links that do not look like a URL are interpreted as internal link.
So you need to write
Or use the latest version - absolute file names, and relative file
names starting with "./" or "../" are now an exception to the above
rule (implemented a week ago), see