On Fri, May 24, 2013 at 1:36 AM, Nick Dokos <ndo...@gmail.com> wrote: > Nick Dokos <ndo...@gmail.com> writes: > >>> #+bind: org-latex-title-command "" >>> >>> This is still generating a \maketitle line in my .tex file. >>> >>> What's the proper way to do this on Org 8.0? >>> >>> >> >> I suspect this is the same problem as the one discussed in the following: >> >> http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.orgmode/72085 >> >> Nicolas suggested using a file local variable for that problem and I've >> verified that that solution also works for this one. Just add >> >> # Local Variables: >> # org-latex-title-command: "" >> # End: >> >> at the end of your file. > > No, I'm wrong: it's not the same problem. And using BIND should > work in this case, assuming that it is allowed. > > Check the value of org-export-allow-bind-keywords. If nil, then > BIND keywords seem to be ignored silently.
Thanks all! Not knowing about the org-export-allow-bind-keywords was my issue, and setting it to =t= fixed it. Out of curiosity, what's the difference between org-export-allow-BIND and org-export-allow-bind-keywords? They M-x help on them sounds very similar. #+begin_help org-export-allow-bind-keywords Documentation: Non-nil means BIND keywords can define local variable values. This is a potential security risk, which is why the default value is nil. You can also allow them through local buffer variables. #+end_help #+begin_help org-export-allow-BIND Documentation: Non-nil means allow #+BIND to define local variable values for export. This is a potential security risk, which is why the user must confirm the use of these lines. #+end_help Ah, nevermind. Based on the customize-variable menu option, I'm thinking the latter is how org should automatically accept #+bind settings, and the former is whether to allow #+bind settings at all. Oddly, my value for org-export-allow-bind is set to "confirm" but I just tested things and didn't get asked... John > > -- > Nick > >