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Re: [O] org export customization: why do #+EXCLUDE_TAGS: settings have n

From: Nicolas Goaziou
Subject: Re: [O] org export customization: why do #+EXCLUDE_TAGS: settings have no effect?
Date: Wed, 11 Nov 2015 22:06:19 +0100

Martin Steffen <address@hidden> writes:

> For your small example (exporting to latex) I get
> \begin{itemize}
> \item H1 :private:
> \item H2
> \end{itemize}

Then something may be wrong with `org-export-headline-levels', or
`org-latex-classes' in your config.

> What is strange though: the emacs-variable org-export-headline-levels
> does not change when doing that, expect that I would have expected that
> refreshing the buffer would do exactly that: update that variable and
> thereby influencing the sectioning-levels:
> ---------------------
> org-export-headline-levels is a variable defined in `ox.el'.
> Its value is 3
> ...
> This option can also be set with the OPTIONS keyword,
> e.g. "H:2".
> ---------------------

ox-beamer uses this option item for something else,
`org-beamer-frame-level'. IOW `org-export-headline-levels' has no effect
during Beamer export.

> I did not to comprehensive experiments which #+OPTIONS work or work
> strangely, I just noticed that H:3 etc ``work'' (but I don't know why),
> whereas the #EXCLUDE_TAGS do ``not work'' when refreshing the
> buffer. For instance in that simple example you provided.

Did you try with emacs -Q?


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