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Re: [O] Annotating org exporters

From: Rasmus
Subject: Re: [O] Annotating org exporters
Date: Wed, 11 May 2016 11:49:44 +0200
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Sebastian Fischmeister <address@hidden> writes:

>> This sounds a bit like org-entities.  I use this together with cdlatex for
>> quickly inserting such things.
>> Try to type \Rightarrow and type C-c C-x \
>> Also try to export to text (non-unicode).  You will get the desired symbol.
>> Alternatively, you can use one of the many input methods such as TeX or
>> rfc1345 in which case you can get the ‘⇒’ by typing ‘\Rightarrow’ or
>> ‘&=>’, respectively.  In latex, you can setup unicode-math.
> That's interesting, because it's more robust to add something to the
> org-entities-user list than to regexp replace a portion of the whole
> document.
> However, there are two disadvantages to org-entities: (1) they have to
> start with a backslash (e.g., \Rightarrow) and (2) they don't seem to
> support alphabet-based names, so this doesn't work:
> (add-to-list 'org-entities-user '("=>" "\\rightarrow" t "=>" "=>" "»" "»"))


You can add a hook to ‘org-export-before-parsing-hook’ to have a list of
non-standard entities that are to be changed into "correct" entities
beforehand, e.g. (("=>" . "\\rightarrow")).

Or you can use something like cdlatex to quickly insert the "correct"
entities, e.g. "\Rightarrow" is inserted with "’]" in my setup.  The added
benefit is that entities work out of the box so when I’m exporting on
another computer it just works.


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