-------- Original Message -------- On Jul. 7, 2021, 02:56, Greg Minshall < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: Vladimir, > I couldn't find in Org manual how tangling should work if there are > several source code blocks with the same file name for ':tangle'. The > Org manual section "15.8 Extracting Source Code" is a bit > obscure. There are these two sentences i think what Tim answered is correct. but, i believe the "desired" approach is to put all those blocks to be tangled to the same file under a headline with a property drawer containing something like: ---- :header-args+: :tangle "submsim.jl" ---- i believe this is for performance of tangling, but possibly the "multiple source blocks to same :tangle'd file" feature may disappear? cheers, Greg
Once again, there is a unit test designed to check that different blocks tangling to the same file are concatenated in the right order, this without a common property drawer. Hence I believe this behavior is not accidental, but a wanted feature.
I always understood that this was the expected behavior, to allow descriptions to interleave code in a literate config situation.
However, if the documentation is ambiguous, or lacking, then we should probably make the docs clear, so that this question does not rise again in the future.