Hi Nicolas, Apologies for taking so long to respond.
On Thu, Jul 5, 2012 at 1:56 PM, Nicolas Goaziou <n.goaz...@gmail.com> wrote: > Now, /every/ property set through an export keyword can also be defined > with an headline property. That property has the same name as the > keyword, with an "EXPORT_" prefix (i.e #+DATE: and :EXPORT_DATE:). > > This is also true for keywords defined by back-ends (#+LATEX_CLASS: > and :EXPORT_LATEX_CLASS:). I tested this and it works just as I was expecting it to. :) Another question, I noticed that the new exported does not have the exported file open in Emacs after it is done. I presume it is because the new engine doesn't work on a buffer anymore. Would it be possible to have Emacs open the exported file in the end? While exporting often I feel the need to see the exported result when I am working on a fairly complicated document. Sometimes it is to check if org did the export correctly or to check if LaTeX rendered my figure/equation as I am expecting it to. I realise at other times this might be undesirable and maybe even intrusive. I guess it seems like an adhoc addition but then the option could be user customisable (turned off by default). In any case it is a "nice to have" request, nothing to lose sleep over. :) Thanks again for all the hard work. Cheers, -- Suvayu Open source is the future. It sets us free.