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Re: [Orgmode] Re: Limited #+INCLUDE ?

From: Darlan Cavalcante Moreira
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Re: Limited #+INCLUDE ?
Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2010 12:25:02 +0200

This functionality would be really useful. Since it is more directly
applicable for programming, then maybe an easier approach to implement it
would be just a link to a function in a file. For instance


Org could rely on the capability of the target major-mode to select the
region enclosing the function (c-mark-function for C/C++,
py-mark-def-or-class for python, mark-defun for lisp, etc.). This would
avoid the necessity of including commenting marks in the code and although
it would be limited to a "function body at a time" it would be enough in
many situations.


2010/4/27 Eric S Fraga <address@hidden>:
> On Mon, 26 Apr 2010 15:40:35 -0400, Dan Davison <address@hidden> wrote:
>> I'm considering investigating the following and would appreciate
>> comments on this idea. The aim is to make it easier to use Org-mode to
>> work pure code files which are *external to Org-mode* (i.e. this
>> proposal lies outside of the current org-babel tangling framework).
>> - Extend Org file links to allow links to a range of lines in a
>>   file. The syntax could be
>>   [[file:/path/to/file::from::to][linkname]]
> +1
> I like this idea, especially for exporting complex documents.  If
> org-store-link were enhanced to generate links with this line
> information, I would probably use this a lot.
>> - These links will bring up a buffer visiting the target file, narrowed
>>   to the target region.
> Or could be brought up with a wide view but with the region selected?
>> - 'from' and 'to' could be line numbers, or regexps for text search.
> The latter could be quite appealing, although possibly a little
> fragile.
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