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Re: [O] headers on special blocks

From: Nicolas Goaziou
Subject: Re: [O] headers on special blocks
Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2016 15:22:37 +0200


John Kitchin <address@hidden> writes:

> I am playing around with storing data in special blocks. For example,
> here is an example bit of "data" which is the CH4 (methane) molecule in
> SMILES format in a MOLECULE block.
> #+header: :format smiles
> #+name: methane-smiles
> C
> Is is legal syntax to put a header in like this? It works, as in it
> parses to
> (special-block
>           (:type "MOLECULE" :begin 240 :end 323 :hiddenp nil
>           :contents-begin 305 :contents-end 307 :post-blank 1
>           :post-affiliated 288 :header
>                  (":format smiles")
>                  :name "methane-smiles" :parent nil))
> but I haven't seen any documentation for headers on a special block.

Almost all elements accept HEADER affiliated keywords. They work the
same in every type of element but ATM, only source blocks make use of

In a nutshell, those locations are up for grabs.


Nicolas Goaziou

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