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[O] SOLVED Re: using first heading as <h1> in batch export to html

From: Detlef Steuer
Subject: [O] SOLVED Re: using first heading as <h1> in batch export to html
Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2012 13:42:43 +0100

On Tue, 24 Jan 2012 14:39:55 +0100
Detlef Steuer <address@hidden> wrote:

> If I batch export a test.org looking like this
> -- test.org --------
> * heading1
>   some text
> --------------------
> to html I get a <h1 class="title">test</h1> as result.
> If I open the file and do C-c @ on the first heading the
> result contains <h1 class="title">heading1</h1> 
> How do I achieve the latter in batch export?

May be it was as obvious as it can get to anybody who has emacs-fu ...
To help others who have none, just like me, here is a solution:

To do automatically, what I did by hand before ,I wrote my first ever
elisp "program": 

(goto-line 3)              ;; I know my document. It's always line 3
(org-mark-subtree)         ;; C-c @
(org-export-as-html-batch) ;; C-c C-e h but as batch

and  invoke emacs in my Makefile as
emacs --batch \
      -eval "(add-to-list 'load-path \"${HOME}/GIT/org-mode/lisp/\")"\
      --load ${HOME}/GIT/org-mode/lisp/org.el \
      --visit steuer.org \
      -l ./org-export-with-h1-as-title.el

Yeah. Works. Nice!

Still think the first headline should be chosen as title automatically
according to the manual?! 


> Btw: Reading the manual I get the impression the latter is what should
> happen anyway? 
> http://orgmode.org/manual/Document-title.html#Document-title
> says
> --------------------------
> Document title
> The title of the exported document is taken from the special line
>      #+TITLE: This is the title of the document
> If this line does not exist, the title is derived from the first
> non-empty, non-comment line in the buffer. If no such line exists, or
> if you have turned off exporting of the text before the first headline
> (see below), the title will be the file name without extension.
> If you are exporting only a subtree by marking is as the region, the
> heading of the subtree will become the title of the document. If the
> subtree has a property EXPORT_TITLE, that will take precedence. 
> ----------------------------
> So, no TITLE here, first non-empty line is 
> * heading1 , nothing was prevented from being exported. 
> I would expect heading1 as title from reading this.
> thx
> Detlef

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