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[Orgmode] Re: [Babel] RESULT block when error

From: Sébastien Vauban
Subject: [Orgmode] Re: [Babel] RESULT block when error
Date: Wed, 24 Nov 2010 22:38:41 +0100
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Hi Eric,

"Eric Schulte" wrote:
> Sébastien Vauban <address@hidden> writes:
>> "Eric Schulte" wrote:
>>> I've fixed this problem and applied the :wrap header argument patch to
>>> the core Org-mode repository.
>> You did not answer about making the wrap option by default. It's that a
>> great feature, for HTML in particular (you'll see, in a couple of weeks, my
>> proposition for a Worg3.css), that I find it useful for everybody, without
>> doing any config. Is it due to LaTeX, or do you find another reason why not
>> making it the default? Just interested by your answer...
> Sorry, I was rushed this morning.  I'm hesitant to turn this feature on
> by default for two main reasons
> 1) I generally prefer to have the /simplest/ option be the default
>    option, and in this case the simplest behavior is to have no wrapper
> 2) I'm not sure how a user would turn this feature off, once it has been
>    turned on i.e. we don't yet (but I suppose we should) have a "nowrap"
>    header argument
> Also, as this is a header argument it can easily be configured on the
> user, system, language, file, or individual block basis.  If at some
> point the preponderance of Babel users have "wrap" set in their default
> header arguments, or there appears to be wide support for such a change
> from the mailing list then I would support adding it to the default, but
> probably not until then.

Fine with me. Thanks for answering to all my (too?) numerous posts...

BTW, yes, I think as well we should have some sort of nowrap setting, in order
to cancel the option that I just set on a system-basis. Though I'd like this
to be done SOMEDAY (otherwise, something is missing), I don't regard this as
urgent at all.

(I'm dreaming, but) I'd even like to try and implement such a thing. SOMEDAY
on my list as well!

Thanks a lot.

Best regards,

Sébastien Vauban

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