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Re: [PATCH] allow for multiline headers

From: Mario Frasca
Subject: Re: [PATCH] allow for multiline headers
Date: Sat, 4 Jul 2020 08:47:25 -0500
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Hi Nicolas,

On 04/07/2020 03:58, Nicolas Goaziou wrote:
I'm sure this PLOT extension is useful.

My point is that complexity should be moved to Org Babel, if possible,
not into affiliated keywords. IOW, it would be nice if gnuplot source
code blocks were as easy to use as your extension.

I do not use org-babel, and I do not plan to move to it.  I'm happy with my extension, but I do see that there's no positive reaction from users, only the group of reviewers who doesn't like the idea.  as said, let's just keep it this way.

It already might be as simple, or there may be some work to do. I'd
appreciate some enlightenment on the topic. For example, could you show
what code your extension generates with the table above?

your above request suggests me you're missing the point.  there is nothing to be seen in the generated gnuplot source, because all is solved in lisp.  or it's me missing your point, that can be, too.

anyhow, these are a couple of webpastes for you:

this is the complete gnuplot session, showing the code produced with `use:1' and then with `use:2', given the table I already shared.


what will show you the logic is the lisp code, which I thought I already shared, but I guess I did not insist up to the latest version.  anyhow, here are a couple of snippets, partial or complete rewrites of org-plot.el code.




best regards,


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