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Re: [O] #+BEGIN_HTML in beamer export

From: Nicolas Goaziou
Subject: Re: [O] #+BEGIN_HTML in beamer export
Date: Mon, 15 Jul 2013 21:33:00 +0200


Nick Dokos <address@hidden> writes:

> I have a dot source block in a presentation that produces SVG. I use the
> svg.sty package to get the image processed to pdf and included in the
> presentation (I only export to latex and use a Makefile to go the rest
> of the way to PDF, because I have some more stuff to do in between):
> * foo
> #+name: foo
> #+BEGIN_SRC dot :file images/machines.svg :exports none :results file
> digraph foo {
>   size="4.9,3.1";
>   page="4.9,3.0";
>   ratio=auto;
> /*  center=1; */
>   nodesep=.3
>   ranksep=.3
> /*  rankdir=LR */
>   node [shape="box"];
>   node [fontsize=18];
>   g -> h [style=dashed];
>   h -> g [style=dashed];
>   h -> c;
>   c -> t;
>   h -> p [color=lightgray];
>   c -> p [style=dotted];
>   p -> t [style=dotted];
>   t -> r [color=darkgreen];
> }
> #+RESULTS: foo
> [[file:images/machines.svg]]
> \includesvg[clean]{machines}
> #+END_LaTeX
> But it is convenient to do C-c C-c in the code block and then click the
> file link to do a quick check on the image, so I thought I'd put the
> result in a BEGIN_HTML block, so it would not contaminate the latex
> output (and if I exported to HTML, I'd get the image too).  That works
> fine iff I don't have a #+RESULTS line (or I comment it out with another
> #), otherwise I get literal \#+BEGIN_HTML \#END_HTML in the latex
> output.
> Bug or confusion on my part?

It's an over-zealous `org-babel-remove-result' function, which removes
both newline character before and after the block.

Try calling `org-export-execute-babel-code' from your buffer. It will
give you


instead of


Cc'ing Eric for is insight.


Nicolas Goaziou

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