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Re: [O] Radio targets in comment lines

From: Nicolas Goaziou
Subject: Re: [O] Radio targets in comment lines
Date: Thu, 22 Aug 2013 10:56:41 +0200


Steen Hoyer <address@hidden> writes:

> Org 8 seems to have changed the way radio links in comment lines work.
> # <<<target>>> No longer creates a link - 'C-c C-c can do nothing useful at 
> this location'
> #+test <<<target>>> Works within org for some reason, but then the line will 
> be exported...
> I was curious if this was intentional,

This is intentional. No Org syntax is recognized in a comment anymore.
On the other hand, all targets (not radio targets) are invisible now.
Therefore, you can write:

  Some text<<invsible>> in a paragraph.

And "invisible" (note the double brackets) will not appear during

"#+test <<<target>>>" has wrong syntax since the colons are mandatory:
"#+test: <<<target>>>". It will not be exported (as a keyword), but it
cannot hold radio targets (or targets) either.

> because I have many (now broken) links of the first kind in my org
> files, and because of this line in the org FAQ: "The usual way of
> turning radio links invisible is to comment them,"

FAQ is not up-to-date. Also, note that there is a confusion between
targets (double brackets) and radio targets (triple brackets). There is
no point in making radio targets invisible. There is also no need for
the (INVISIBLE) hack anymore.

Patches welcome wrt the FAQ.


Nicolas Goaziou

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