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[O] "global" variables in a babel document...

From: Allen S. Rout
Subject: [O] "global" variables in a babel document...
Date: Tue, 17 May 2016 15:24:00 -0400
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org "8.2.10"

I'm seeing what seems to be some inconsistent treatment of :var header
args.  Or maybe I'm just missing something.   I'm trying to follow:


and I find that the local :var works (of course) and the outline level
one also works, but the document-level one does not.

Minimal example, with my results, below.

I'm wondering if I'm thinking about the problem wrong.  What I'm trying
to accomplish is setting, at a document level, a few variables which I
would like to be accessible in every code block in this document.

I know I can set them independently on every block, but that seems

- Allen S. Rout

#+PROPERTY:header-args    :var tsmuser="query"

* foo
 :header-args: :var tsmpass="query"

#+name: toy
#+begin_src sh :var bloop="foo"
echo sss ${bloop} ddd
echo sss ${tsmpass} ddd
echo sss ${tsmuser} ddd

#+RESULTS: toy
| sss | foo   | ddd |
| sss | query | ddd |
| sss | ddd   |     |

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