Re: [O] Setting multiple variables for code blocks in one property drawer

2012-02-26 Thread Viktor Rosenfeld
Hi Eric, Eric Schulte wrote: However try replacing :var: foo=a with :var+: foo=a which is valid and should work for your use case below. I'm not sure if I understood you correctly, but even if I replace var with var+ in the child's property drawer, the value of bar that is set in the

Re: [O] Setting multiple variables for code blocks in one property drawer

2012-02-25 Thread Eric Schulte
Hi, Viktor Rosenfeld listuse...@googlemail.com writes: Hi Eric, Eric Schulte wrote: Viktor Rosenfeld listuse...@googlemail.com writes: Hi Eric, thanks for your input. I just pulled the latest code from git and while my original example works, the following does not:

Re: [O] Setting multiple variables for code blocks in one property drawer

2012-02-20 Thread Viktor Rosenfeld
Hi Eric, Eric Schulte wrote: Viktor Rosenfeld listuse...@googlemail.com writes: Hi Eric, thanks for your input. I just pulled the latest code from git and while my original example works, the following does not: :PROPERTIES: :var: foo=1 :var+: bar=2 :var+: baz=3 :END:

Re: [O] Setting multiple variables for code blocks in one property drawer

2012-02-18 Thread Eric Schulte
Viktor Rosenfeld listuse...@googlemail.com writes: Hi Eric, thanks for your input. I just pulled the latest code from git and while my original example works, the following does not: :PROPERTIES: :var: foo=1 :var+: bar=2 :var+: baz=3 :END: #+BEGIN_SRC sh echo foo: $foo echo bar:

Re: [O] Setting multiple variables for code blocks in one property drawer

2012-02-15 Thread Eric Schulte
Viktor Rosenfeld listuse...@googlemail.com writes: Hi, after following the discussion about the new BABEL syntax I was under the impression that the following should work to set two variables in one PROPERTIES drawer: :PROPERTIES: :var: foo=1 :var+: bar=2 :END: However, the definition

Re: [O] Setting multiple variables for code blocks in one property drawer

2012-02-15 Thread Viktor Rosenfeld
Hi Eric, thanks for your input. I just pulled the latest code from git and while my original example works, the following does not: :PROPERTIES: :var: foo=1 :var+: bar=2 :var+: baz=3 :END: #+BEGIN_SRC sh echo foo: $foo echo bar: $bar echo baz: $baz #+END_SRC If I evaluate the source block I