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Re: [O] [patch, ox] Unnumbered headlines

From: Nicolas Goaziou
Subject: Re: [O] [patch, ox] Unnumbered headlines
Date: Sat, 27 Sep 2014 10:19:28 +0200


Rasmus <address@hidden> writes:

> Thanks for all time you've put into the comments.  I appreciate it,
> and I will try to revise the patches over the weekend.

Thanks. Again, there's no rush.

> I worry about this approach based on some observations Alan sent
> off-list.  When you export the quoted document with num:nil all labels
> will be of the form "unnumbered-N", loosing all structure in labels.

I don't think how that would be a problem. A label is expected to refer
uniquely to a headline. Reflecting structure of the document is not
a requisite. "sec-NUM" is but a bonus. As far as labels go, we could
also use "headline-X" for all headlines, numbered or not.

> Also, some labels are still unassigned in html for unnumbered
> headlines, e.g. the "text-" (which is a function of parents' section
> numbers) and outline-container-sec-.

Couldn't they be turned into "text-unnumbered-X" and
"outline-container-unnumbered-X" instead?

> Do you think it's better to solve the remaining issues, and accept
> that when num:nil exported documents will be quite altered compared to
> previously, or should I try to introduce a more informative ID for
> numbered an unnumbered headlines alike?

The former.

> If following the latter path, the most obvious approach (to me) would
> be to have a separate :headline-id
> and :headline-numbering.  :headline-id could be collected using
> something like `org-export--collect-headline-numbering', but labels
> would not necessarily reflect the printed section numbers,
> though :headline-numbering would still be "correct".

I think we don't need this added complexity.


Nicolas Goaziou

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