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Re: [O] question about org-latex-regexps

From: Bernt Hansen
Subject: Re: [O] question about org-latex-regexps
Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2012 21:35:19 -0500
User-agent: Gnus/5.110018 (No Gnus v0.18) Emacs/23.2 (gnu/linux)

Colin Fraizer <address@hidden> writes:

> Wow, I think I'm an org pariah. Did my email violate some org cultural
> norm? :-)

Not that I'm aware of :)

> If so, I apologize.
> Anyone have strong feelings about whether a change like this is
> advisable?

This should probably go to Carsten and Nicolas since they touched it
last according to

git blame -L 16840,16870 lisp/org.el


> On Feb 27, 2012, at 12:32 PM, "Colin Fraizer" <address@hidden> wrote:
>> The variable org-latex-regexps has an element
>>    ("$" "\\([^$]\\|^\\)\\(\\(\\$\\([^
>> \r\n,;.$][^$\n\r]*?\\(\n[^$\n\r]*?\\)\\{0,2\\}[^
>> \r\n,.$]\\)\\$\\)\\)\\([-    .,?;:'\")\000]\\|$\\)" 2 nil)
>> The 6th nested subexpression (starts with "\\([-") prevents conversion of
>> some latex math-mode stuff.
>> Is there a reason for that subexpression to be so restrictive? Because I
>> mostly write UTF-8 org-mode documents, I often have "$<some math>$" followed
>> immediately by an EN DASH or EM DASH (U+2013 or U+2014). Is there a reason
>> why those characters could not be inserted in that character class?
>> That is, could I change that subexpression to be "\\([---
>> .,?;:'\")\000]\\|$\\)" ?
>> [I've tried it with a couple of files and didn't notice any problems.
>> Thanks,
>> --Colin

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