[emacs-berlin] Pushing org-mode
rasmus at gmx.us
Mon Feb 8 16:50:47 UTC 2016
Andreas Röhler <andreas.roehler at easy-emacs.de> writes:
> On 08.02.2016 16:48, Rasmus wrote:
>> Andreas Röhler <andreas.roehler at easy-emacs.de> writes:
>>> However, org-mode has some limitations: basic features use hardcoded
>>> characters, notably the star, (codepoint 42, #o52, #x2a). Other chars
>>> are employed as formatters. This bites, if the code itself needs this
>>> chars. The emacs-org mailing list receives respective
>>> Just to give an example:
>>> And yes, there is always a way around in Emacs...
>>> The surprising thing here: there is not need to hardcode this. Why not
>>> use a customizable variable instead?
>> Because of the Org format¹.
> Hmm, what would be wrong when for example
> instead of
> (insert "* \n")
I don’t know. Maybe the other is intended for interactive use. Insert is
surely much simpler (the other function is 200 lines and does a lot of
> (insert (concat header-char " \n"))
Because the format becomes variable.
Why does HTML enforces that headlines are enclosed in <hN></hN> rather
than <XN></XN> where X is a variable of my choice?
> Probably (newline) instead of "\n" should be used also, but thats
> another issue.
If there are any bugs caused by not using (newline) they should reported.
At the moment I don’t know of any misbehavior caused by this, though.
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