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Re: When/where does setq work?

From: Rusi
Subject: Re: When/where does setq work?
Date: Wed, 2 Apr 2014 15:04:14 -0700 (PDT)
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On Wednesday, April 2, 2014 11:36:14 PM UTC+5:30, Florian v. Savigny wrote:
> > > 1. edit my-org.css
>   > > 2. save
>   > > 3. M-x load-my-css
>   > > has no effect

> One might add to Eli's questions (even if that is simply what he
> means, only in more words): What exactly do you mean by "no effect"?
> One would assume that you mean that C-h v org-export-html-style tells
> you that the variable still has the old value. But one should never
> assume; maybe you do something more high-level and that is how you
> notice that the old value is still used.

> Assuming ;-) that you ARE sure that the value of the variable does not
> change: Have you tried M-x edebug-defun inside the definition of
> load-my-css, and then calling it? It might go some of the way towards
> anwering Eli's second question.

org-export-html-style is an org-mode variable defined in org-html.el.

Its 'effect' is the css styles that are used by org's html export

code {
    color: #00f;

makes the color of code in <code> </code> blocks blue

Now I edit my-org.css

code {
    color: #7f7f7f

(ie the new color is now grey)
And I export the (some) org file I am working on.
It still shows as blue.
This is what I mean by "no effect"

I exit and restart emacs

Open my org file again

Export to html
Now its grey

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