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Re: [O] #+INCLUDE: myfile.html html does not include /literally/; Org pr

From: Nicolas Goaziou
Subject: Re: [O] #+INCLUDE: myfile.html html does not include /literally/; Org processes
Date: Sun, 01 Jun 2014 13:30:33 +0200

Achim Gratz <address@hidden> writes:

> Nicolas Goaziou writes:
>> I didn't like the "wrap" parameter because it mixes parsed blocks (e.g.,
>> wrap quote) and raw blocks (e.g., wrap html). It is important to know if
>> the parser should parse the contents of the file or not. Therefore, the
>> new syntax, if any, should make it clear. In the current problem, we
>> mustn't parse the contents of the file.
> That's the only problem?  Aside from "quote" not being an export
> backend, I'm afraid I don't really see the difference between
> #+INCLUDE: "file.ext" src <lang> results: <lang>
> and
> #+INCLUDE: "file.ext" wrap <lang>

As explained in this thread, it is not necessary to support:

  #+INCLUDE: "file.ext" wrap center

> in this case.  We can always check if <lang> maps to a valid export
> block and drop back to quoting the whole thing like we do with "src" if
> not.

The "check" part is useless if we assume that any "wrap", "export",
"raw" or whatever parameter implies that the contents of the file are
specific to an export back-end.


Nicolas Goaziou

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