Aloha Vaidheeswaran, This is an odd example that I don't recall having seen in any publication. I don't doubt examples might exist, but don't remember having seen one. Can you point me to a real-world example of a footnote referring to a subsequent footnote that I might reference either on-line or in my local library?
All the best, Tom Vaidheeswaran <vaidheeswaran.chinnar...@gmail.com> writes: > On Thursday 12 February 2015 02:42 AM, Nicolas Goaziou wrote: >> It does, e.g., when exporting to LaTeX. This is an odt limitation. So, >> I disagree, `org-export-footnote-first-reference-p' is correct here. > > > Let me put my question this way: > > What changes need to be made in ox.el and/or ox-odt.el so that the > snippet I shared produces the right XML acceptable for LibreOffice. > > text1 [fn:1] > > text2 [fn:2] > > [fn:1] footdef1[fn:2] > > [fn:2] footdef2 > > For purposes of ODT backend, we need to find the 'site of first > reference' THAT IS OUTSIDE OF A foonote definition. Would it be > possible for you to augment the API so that I can request such a > reference. > > NOTE: The XML that is emitted by the ODT exporter, suggests that the > '[fn:2]' occurring in '[fn:1]' is treated as site of first > reference. We would like to make '[fn:2]' occurring next to 'text2' be > treated as the site of first reference. If we do that, everything > will be just right. > > > > > -- Thomas S. Dye http://www.tsdye.com