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Re: [O] [PATCH] ox-extra.el: Fix filtering of latex header blocks

From: Kyle Meyer
Subject: Re: [O] [PATCH] ox-extra.el: Fix filtering of latex header blocks
Date: Tue, 10 Nov 2015 10:11:01 -0500
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Sebastian Christ <address@hidden> writes:


>   >> +              (let* ((beg (third pos))
>   >> +                     (end (second pos))
>   >> +                     (post-affiliated (first pos))
>   Kyle>
>   Kyle> Hmm, the pos items are constructed as
>   Kyle>
>   Kyle>     (list (org-element-property :begin block)
>   Kyle>           (org-element-property :end block)
>   Kyle>           (org-element-property :post-affiliated block)))))))
>   Kyle>
>   Kyle> so shouldn't beg be the first element and post-affiliated the third?
> I thought it would be better to change as little as
> possible. Rearranging the list is obviously the cleaner solution. I'll
> change that.

Sorry, my question wasn't clear.  I wasn't concerned about arrangement,
but about whether you're accessing the correct element of the list.  If
the list is constructed as (:begin :end :post-affiliated), why does your
let-binding above take the third element as beg and the first element as


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