|Subject:||[O] Base64 embedded images?|
|Date:||Sat, 27 Oct 2012 15:15:59 -0500|
Has anyone ever tried embedding images directly in the HTML when exporting an org-mode file, similar to what the “SingleFile” Chrome extension does (https://github.com/gildas-lormeau/SingleFile)? This would be extremely handy, allowing me to periodically archive the page in Git, including changes to images. It also makes sharing a document dead-simple.
I’ve seen a few similar things, e.g.:
But what I’m hoping for is to create the image in the usual way, with a [[file:foo.png]] tag (usually this is the result of plotting something in R), and the Base64 encoding happens to all images during *export*. The above approaches create the Base64-encoded <img> tag right in the org-mode buffer, which limits the other types of exports one can do (e.g. normal HTML, LaTeX, etc.).
Ken Williams, Senior Research Scientist
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