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Re: [O] Carriage return in macro

From: Nicolas Goaziou
Subject: Re: [O] Carriage return in macro
Date: Mon, 26 Aug 2013 12:16:53 +0200


Timothy Aldrich <address@hidden> writes:

> I have a simple macro defined to simplify the inclusion of a style for
> odt-export. It looks like this:
> #+MACRO: HEADING #+ODT:<text:p style-name="MyHeading">$1</text:p>
> and then to add this style to any text within the document, I simply call it
> like this:
> {{{HEADING( A really great headline )}}}
> This is all fine... Until I want to apply the same process to a multi-line
> section.  I end up with several macro calls , one per line.
> {{{BODY(line one of body)}}} {{{BODY(line two of body)}}} {{{BODY(line three
> of body)}}} {{{BODY(line four of body)}}}
> Is there any way to have carriage returns within the text of the
> macro ?

No, there isn't. Macros target small substitutions.

> I have already tried using the #+BEGIN_ODT...#+END_ODT construct, but that
> *really* messes with the format of the text within it.

What do you mean? I don't know odt exporter very well, but contents of
the block should be included as-is.


Nicolas Goaziou

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