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[O] Disable org-babel-inline-result-wrap per inline code?

From: David A. Gershman
Subject: [O] Disable org-babel-inline-result-wrap per inline code?
Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2016 23:07:56 -0700
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Forgive my several questions/emails.  I'm working on getting lecture notes ready for next week and thus am running into several questions with Org HTML Export.  Unfortunately, my searches typically result in manual page hits, but my problems seem to be a-typical.  So...

Given the following line:

* Date: src_perl[:results output :exports none]{print 2016;}

The result '2016' is surrounded by '=' so that HTML export results in <code></code> tags surrounding
the '2016'. 

According to the manual section 14.5, 'org-babel-inline-result-wrap' defines how the results are wrapped.  Executing a (print org-babel-inline-result-wrap), I get:

    {blank line}

so I attempted the following:

  * Date: src_emacs-lisp[:exports none]{(setq org-babel-inline-result-wrap "")} src_perl[:results output :exports none]{print 2016;} src_emacs-lisp[:exports none]{(setq org-babel-inline-result-wrap "=%s=")}

in the hopes of temporarily disabling the '=' wrapping.  Sadly no luck.

I don't want to globally, or even for the whole buffer turn off the '=%s='...just on a case-by-case basis.

Any ideas?


P.S.  In reality, 2016 will be replaced with a function call which takes an integer and converts it to a full blown date based on a starting point.  Thus, the headlines will result in "Date: September 20, 2016" where each date is different based on the integer.  This will allow me to set the starting date at the top of the .org file and all the date-based headlines can be computed.

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