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Re: [O] Tangling and Exporting an Unsupported Language.

From: Ista Zahn
Subject: Re: [O] Tangling and Exporting an Unsupported Language.
Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2014 15:22:13 -0400

Exporting and tangling don't require any language support.

#+begin_src foobarbas :tangle foo.bar

is perfectly fine and will export and tangle just fine. Or did I
misunderstand your question?


On Mon, Sep 29, 2014 at 2:53 AM, Malcolm Purvis <address@hidden> wrote:
> All,
> I'm writing an org document which contains code examples of a language
> not supported by Babel (a local domain specific language).  The language
> doesn't even have a supporting Emacs mode.
> I'm wondering what the best portable approach is to managing the code
> blocks.  I'm particularly interested in exporting the document to LaTeX
> and tangling the code.  I may need to share the document with others, so
> I'd prefer not to require a supporting elisp file if I can help it.
> Currently I'm using the org language, since it seems to be the most generic:
> #+begin_src org :tangle foo.bar
> #+end_src
> Is there a case for 'begin_src text' to handle arbitrary content?
> Malcolm
> --
>                Malcolm Purvis <address@hidden>

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