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Re: [O] :noweb no-export and syntax highlighting upon export to html

From: Aaron Ecay
Subject: Re: [O] :noweb no-export and syntax highlighting upon export to html
Date: Thu, 05 Nov 2015 14:45:34 +0000
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Hi Joost,

Org’s html export relies on the syntax of the source block being valid
in the block’s language, for the corresponding emacs major mode to
highlight it properly.  In general, I wouldn’t rely on it behaving
properly in the presence of unexpanded noweb references.  That said...

2015ko azaroak 5an, Joost Helberg-ek idatzi zuen:
> ls,
> In the org-code below syntax highlighting in both code-blocks in the
> emacs-buffer is fine, but the html-export only works nice in case of
> using :noweb yes, the no-export option screws up syntax highlighting in
> the html-output (two screenshots included).
> I understood that htmlize is used for html-export and that it honours
> the faces in the emacs-buffer. It seems as if htmlize doesn't do this
> after encountering the '>>' token.

Your example works fine for me on latest org master.  Can you send your
org version?  (M-x org-version)  What happens if you insert the code for
t1 into an sh-mode buffer: is it highlighted as expected?

Aaron Ecay

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