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Re: [O] org-tempo violating org-mode conventions since 9.2

From: Michael Welle
Subject: Re: [O] org-tempo violating org-mode conventions since 9.2
Date: Sat, 26 Jan 2019 10:47:30 +0100
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Tim Cross <address@hidden> writes:

> I totally agree that block delimiters should be case
> insensitive. However, I think the ability for a user to set their
> preference for either upper case or lower case is reasonable. It does
> not need to affect the syntactic interpretation, just whether the
> template system does it in upper case or lower case. I have no idea how
> much more complex this would make the tempo definitions though.
ah, I understand. I had the generating part as well as the parsing part
in mind when I wrote my last posting. But you are right, making
customisable how the blocks are generated wouldn't hurt anyone, I think.
Maybe it is enough to change org-create-dblock, maybe there are more
places to look at.


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