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Re: [O] "Generic" Source block language specification?

From: Nicolas Goaziou
Subject: Re: [O] "Generic" Source block language specification?
Date: Sun, 25 Nov 2012 16:37:35 +0100

Rainer M Krug <address@hidden> writes:

> In a document, I have several source blocks with "real" code (i.e. bash and R 
> in this case) Now I
> have one block, which is not really source code, but which is "kind of" 
> source code, in my case a
> definition of a projection for a GIS project. Now I would like to have this 
> definition of the
> projection displayed in the exported document as the other source blocks, If 
> I put it into an
> EXAMPLE block, it is exported to LaTeX as verbatin and not listing, and all 
> customisations ai have
> for listings (smaller font, grey background, ...) do *not* apply to the 
> EXAMPLE block, but woyuld
> to a "fundamental" source block. So the EXAMPLE block is in this case not 
> equivalent to the
> fundamental source block.
> Hope this clarifies the difference,

Yes, thanks.

Since you use "listings" package, can't you define a new language (i.e.
with \lstdefinelanguage{pseudocode}) and then use "#+begin_src
pseudocode" block?


Nicolas Goaziou

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