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Re: Why is `org-element-affiliated-keywords' a var when `org-element--af

From: Nicolas Goaziou
Subject: Re: Why is `org-element-affiliated-keywords' a var when `org-element--affiliated-re' is a const?
Date: Sun, 05 Apr 2020 19:06:17 +0200
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Johan Tolö <address@hidden> writes:

> Dear all,
> I want to add my own org-element affiliated keyword "REF" in order 
> to provide a reference to some other part of an org mode document 
> (or another document) for a link.
> For example:
> #+NAME: a-figure
> #+REF: [[file:another_document.org]]
> [[file:a-figure.png]]
> I want to use `org-element-context' to get the link element and 
> use `org-element-property' to get the `REF' property.
> I tried changing `org-element-affiliated-keywords' in order to 
> define my own keyword. This is never picked up by 
> `org-element-context' since it uses `org-element--affiliated-re' 
> which is defined as a const and thus is never updated to reflect 
> the change to `org-element-affiliated-keywords'. The help text for 
> `org-element--affiliated-re' even mentions changing 
> `org-element-affiliated-keywords'.
> Is this an oversight or am I trying to use this is a way that is 
> not intended?

Syntax is not meant to be changed by users. Also,
`org-element-affiliated-keywords' is a defconst.

You might abuse #+header: affiliated keyword to add a reference.


Nicolas Goaziou

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