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Re: [O] Annotating org exporters

From: Richard Lawrence
Subject: Re: [O] Annotating org exporters
Date: Wed, 11 May 2016 08:01:06 -0700
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Hi Sebastian and all,

Sebastian Fischmeister <address@hidden> writes:

> I'm still undecided between a regex replace and org-entities. Is there
> a straightforward way to define own directives for orgmode to then
> support something like the following?
> #+LaTeX_EXPORT: "=>":"$\rightarrow$"
> or more generic
> #+EXPORT_EXPAND: latex:"=>":"$\rightarrow$"
> Then I could just make these expansions part of the standard header in
> my org files.

Well, there are macros, which do something very similar.  As far as I
know, they are the only way to achieve this kind of thing without some

You could do something like:

#+MACRO: => @@latex:$\rightarrow$@@

but that actually doesn't seem to work as is, I suspect because "=>" is
not an allowable macro name.  (It works fine with an alphabetic name
like "ARR".)  But even if you got it to work, you'd then have to type

Some text {{{=>}}} other text after the arrow

in your document, which sort of defeats the point of the nice, simple
"=>".  If it were me, I'd opt for the regex replacement, and avoid
typing all the braces.

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