Re: [O] macro expansion in #+begin_latex

2015-06-14 Thread Robert Klein
Hi, On Sun, 14 Jun 2015 11:14:13 +0200 wero_sacero mail2w...@gmail.com wrote: Thank you for the reply. But I don't think it's a good idea. For example: what can I do if want to put a text like the title of my file in the latex header? is there an other way? I know I can use the \@title

Re: [O] macro expansion in #+begin_latex

2015-06-14 Thread Rasmus
wero_sacero mail2w...@gmail.com writes: But I don't think it's a good idea. For example: what can I do if want to put a text like the title of my file in the latex header? is there an other way? How about org-latex-title-command? Title is accessible via %t (Org 8.3). Rasmus -- This

Re: [O] macro expansion in #+begin_latex

2015-06-14 Thread wero_sacero
Thank you for the reply. But I don't think it's a good idea. For example: what can I do if want to put a text like the title of my file in the latex header? is there an other way? I know I can use the \@title function of latex, it works. but I need it also for email, date, etc.. macro would be

Re: [O] macro expansion in #+begin_latex

2015-06-14 Thread Charles C. Berry
On Sun, 14 Jun 2015, wero_sacero wrote: Thank you for the reply. But I don't think it's a good idea. For example: what can I do if want to put a text like the title of my file in the latex header? is there an other way? In addition to the suggestions you already have, you can construct the

Re: [O] macro expansion in #+begin_latex

2015-06-13 Thread Nicolas Goaziou
Hello, wero_sacero mail2w...@gmail.com writes: hi, is there anybody that know why in the lastest version of org-mode exporting in latex, the macro like {{{title}}} is not expanded if it is put in a begin_latex? In version 7.9... it was working, and I think it should work also now. Can