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Re: [Orgmode] Re: Bug: subtree export fails with src block

From: Jörg Hagmann
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Re: Bug: subtree export fails with src block
Date: Tue, 05 Oct 2010 09:07:27 +0200
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 On 10/4/10 5:06 PM, Eric Schulte wrote:

I think this thread is also related

either way the issue should be fixed in the latest Org-mode.  Please let
me know if that is not the case.
Yes, it works with today's org version.
Many thanks!
Best -- Eric

Jörg Hagmann<address@hidden>  writes:

  This might be the same problem I discussed recently?
See this thread:


On 10/4/10 3:48 PM, Eric Schulte wrote:
"Eric Schulte"<address@hidden>   writes:

"Giovanni Moretti"<address@hidden>   writes:

I'm just starting with Babel and have been puzzled about why one file
worked and another didn't.

I have been playing in a new file without any headers at all (no lines
starting with '*') and while I could execute the code in the buffer,
exporting to HTML always failed with:

     No such file: c:/org/babel-python-test.org::

Hmm, it looks like it's trying to find a file with "::" attached to the
end which is probably the source of the issue.  I wonder if this is a
windows specific problem?


I just noticed that while my test file "python.org" was exporting w/o
problem, it was opening a "python.org::" buffer in the process, so maybe
the reason this throws errors for you and not for me is just Unix's more
permissive file names.

I've just pushed up a change to the Babel exporter that will only concat
the "::" to the end of a file name, where there is actually a heading to
following it.  Hopefully this will fix the error you described, please
let me know if that is not the case.

Best -- Eric

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