On Tuesday, 20 Sep 2016 at 23:32, Charles C. Berry wrote:
> I find myself in the habit of using inlinetasks tagged noexport for
> various things and that might serve you in this case. That is, convert the
> headline section to an inlinetask.
Yes, this would work. But, in the end, simply removing the section was
sufficient as it really wasn't necessary (and that's why I have
everything under version control... ;-).
> Another possibility is to use something like:
> #+header: :exports results :results raw replace
> #+NAME: import-include-dot-org
> #+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
> (require 'ox-org)
> (org-export-string-as "#+INCLUDE: include.org" 'org t)
> which will strip out headlines tagged with noexport during the babel phase
> of export (i.e. before parsing).
This is quite ingenious! I like it. Don't need it now but worth
keeping note of for the future. Thanks.
>> I do wonder whether the org export approach (i.e. how it "includes"
>> files) is correct but I can understand why the implementation is the way
>> it is.
> I agree about the implementation. Trying to make it smarter is asking for
: Eric S Fraga (0xFFFCF67D), Emacs 22.214.171.124, Org release_8.3.3-535-g7213aa