Oh, that makes sense.
So in this way, we must put the text into quotes, and then into a txt code 
block. And also we don't have a chance to do any transformation of the 
text(e.g. org-mode list to javadoc format).  
I think the direct reference from code to text is better. I will try to 
implement it, but I'm not very familiar with the code base and don't have much 
time, so I can't give any commitment. But once I have anything to show, I'll be 
back here  :)

ZHUO QL (KDr2, http://kdr2.com)


   On Tuesday, May 15, 2018, 6:05:31 PM GMT+8, Eric S Fraga 
<esfli...@gmail.com> wrote: 
 On Tuesday, 15 May 2018 at 04:49, ZHUO QL (KDr2) wrote:
> 2. The bug Eric just found while putting a <> link within
> quotes, although, it may be easy to fix. 

I realised afterwards that it is not a bug but is a feature: org assumes
that anything before the << start of the link should be repeated on each
line of the incorporated src block.  This allows for easy incorporation
of code into a comment block, e.g. for C or sh etc.

Eric S Fraga via Emacs 27.0.50, Org release_9.1.6-591-gee336b  

Reply via email to