Michael Bach <pha...@gmail.com> writes:

> Thanks for your answer. `\url` can handle hash symbols in its argument
> without escaping alright - as can be expected. AFAICS, the problem lies
> in the `\footnote` command. And yes, I was thinking of `ox-latex`
> figuring out that the url is in a footnote and escape accordingly.
> I can see that the export engine should not and cannot cover all special
> cases, but since links and footnotes are `first-class` org-mode
> concepts, it would be nice to have them play along in this situation.
> From a typographic point of view, I figured url links in footnotes are
> not that unusual.

This needs to be properly defined.

Where protecting characters in verbatim parts of the buffer should
happen? Within footnotes only? In every verbatim part? And on which


Nicolas Goaziou

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