Marcin Borkowski <> writes:


> I guess I don't understand something.  I have a headline in a `headline'
> variable (say that I did something like (org-element-parse-buffer) and
> took one of the headlines from there).  I thought that
> (insert
>      (org-element-headline-interpreter headline (org-element-property

>      :contents headline)))
> would put it into the current buffer; however, it only puts the first
> line (without the actual contents).
> What is my misconception here?

as I learned myself from Nicolas recently, these are internal functions,
the API function for interpreting is 

,----[ C-h f org-element-interpret-data RET ]
| org-element-interpret-data is an autoloaded compiled Lisp function in
| `org-element.el'.
| (org-element-interpret-data DATA &optional PSEUDO-OBJECTS)
| Interpret DATA as Org syntax.
| DATA is a parse tree, an element, an object or a secondary string
| to interpret.
| Optional argument PSEUDO-OBJECTS is a list of symbols defining
| new types that should be treated as objects.  An unknown type not
| belonging to this list is seen as a pseudo-element instead.  Both
| pseudo-objects and pseudo-elements are transparent entities, i.e.
| only their contents are interpreted.
| Return Org syntax as a string.


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