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>>> Hi, adding an "input" type of header is one option. What about adding a
>>> call to resolve relative file names instead, thus solving maybe other
>>> needs in addition?
>> That was my second approach. I was concerned that forcing all imports with
>> an absolute path could break existing exports? Correct me if I'm wrong.
>> Using the :header syntax external files can be loaded in via the old way,
>> whereas using :inputs all relative paths are resolved.
>> The downside of course is that we clutter the export settings with a new
>Rather than changing paths to absolute, we can simply play with the
>working directly for latex process and set it to the directory of the
>.org file (unless :dir argument is passed to the latex source block).
>This is probably the most expected behavior.
Just my .01 cents...
For Latex stuff I'm using just
and have my preamble.tex in the working directory. (For Beamer stuff it goes in a LATEX_HEADER).
Changing that to
#+HEADER :inputs '("preamble")
well, would be a matter of taste.
However, adding the :dir option to the equation could be a game-changer for me (at least)
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