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Re: [O] Problem with ditaa when doing export from command line

From: Herbert Sitz
Subject: Re: [O] Problem with ditaa when doing export from command line
Date: Fri, 10 Jun 2011 20:54:39 +0000 (UTC)
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Nick Dokos <nicholas.dokos <at> hp.com> writes:
>That's a quoting problem (you are on Windoze, right?) The command line
>on Windoze sucks raw eggs (well, not just the command line, but I'm biased .

You are correct, sir!  Thanks, it is indeed a quoting problem.

> On Linux, I used two kinds of quotes in order to protect the 
> vulnerable characters
> inside each lisp sexp (you could also use backslashes strategically):
>    emacs -batch --visit foo.org --eval '(setq org-confirm-babel-evaluate 
> nil)'\
>                                 --eval "(require 'ob-ditaa)"\
>                                 --eval '(setq org-babel-temporary-directory
>                                 --eval '(setq org-ditaa-jar-path
>                                 --funcall org-export-as-html
> Inconvenient, but it works.

Okay, here's what seems to work on Windoze.  Don't laugh:

emacs -batch --visit foo.org ^
           --eval ^"(setq org-confirm-babel-evaluate nil)^" ^
           --eval ^"(require 'ob-ditaa)^" ^
           --eval ^"(setq org-babel-temporary-directory \^"tmp\^")^" ^
           --eval ^"(setq org-ditaa-jar-path \^"/home/nick/elisp/org-mode
/contrib/scripts/ditaa.jar\^")^" ^
           --funcall org-export-as-html

There is actually some reason to the rhyme, which is explained here:

Thanks again.

-- Herb

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