Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> writes: > Rasmus <ras...@gmx.us> writes: > >> I /think/ that is what I would like. But I don't understand the what you >> mean concretely: would you have something like: >> >> (:subject "SUBJECT" nil nil space parsed) > > > (:subject "SUBJECT" nil nil parsed) > > `parsed' behavior implies `space' anyway, since we're talking about > secondary strings.
Is that always the case? I guess.. >> I agree this is a difficult problem. Personally, I think it is fine to >> consider a keyword as a keyword and nothing more, and not consider content >> within a keyword. However, as I recall, John had a post a while back >> about mapping over bold in CAPTIONS or something like that. > > `org-element-map' can find objects in captions, with an optional > argument. If turns out to be important, perhaps it would also be possible to map keyword objects with an non-default argument. -- Don't panic!!!