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Re: [O] export from a symlink to the source directory?

From: Tim Cross
Subject: Re: [O] export from a symlink to the source directory?
Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2017 09:21:29 +1100
User-agent: mu4e 0.9.18; emacs 25.3.1

Just off the top of my head, things I would try would be

There is no easy switch to just make this happen that I'm aware
of. Therefore, I think you really only have two options.

1. You could try setting an :export property at the file header level
which specifies the name (and location) of the export file.

2. Change your setup and instead of having a file sym link, do a sym
link of the parent directory. Any files you then put into that directory
will appear under your .emacs.d as well as being put into the original
source directory.


Sharon Kimble writes:

> If I have a file symlinked to another directory, is it possible for it
> to be exported to the original source directory as a .tex file please?
> Example -
> Original file ~/research/rhubarb/rhubarb17.org
> Symlinked to ~/.emacs.d/org/rhubarb17.org
> But when I export the file from the symlink to a latex file I end up with 
> ~/.emacs.d/org/rhubarb17.tex
> Whereas what I'm looking for is ~/research/rhubarb/rhubarb17.tex
> So how can I do that please?
> Thanks
> Sharon.

Tim Cross

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