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## Re: [O] fold paragraphs, export only contents of a node, hiding the 'nod

 From: . . Subject: Re: [O] fold paragraphs, export only contents of a node, hiding the 'node heading text' Date: Mon, 02 Sep 2013 18:00:11 +0200

Thanks for your reply.

Sorry, I don't know where you should put that code to create the custom
function!
I put it inside .emacs, restarted Emacs, but after latex export the headlines
where visible in the resulting .tex/PDF.

I did add the bind etc. to the test-file.org like you did.

Regards,
Mark

El 02/09/2013, a las 01:51, John Hendy <address@hidden> escribió:

> On Sun, Sep 1, 2013 at 4:17 PM, . . <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Hello:
>>
>> Is there a way to export to Latex the text under a heading but
>> not-exporting/printing to the .tex file the heading/TODO (node line) itself?
>>
>> The idea is to be able to fold paragraphs (via node creation for the
>> paragraphs under it).
>> But if I set the node to noexport (to hide the unnecessary heading/TODO text
>> which was only there to allow folding the text under it) then the paragraph
>> can't be exported either!
>>
>> This would be great to permit folding with great granularity and use the
>> heading to describe the paragraph without showing it (like a comment only it
>> folds!).
>
> I never did dig into this as it still was a bit above my head, but it
> seems like this could do what you want:
> - https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-orgmode/2013-03/msg01329.html
>
> In other words, you'd define a custom function like this:
>
> (defun mapcdi-org-latex-headline-function (todo todo-type priority text tags)
> "The docstring of my function."
> (concat
>  (and todo (format "{\\bfseries\\sffamily %s} " todo))
>  (and priority (format "\\framebox{\\#%c} " priority))
>  text
>  (and tags
>       (format "\\hfill{}\\textsc{%s}" (mapconcat 'identity tags ":")))))
>
>
> I think you'd just omit that "text" bit, and probably remove the other stuff
> to.
>
> ETA: I just went ahead and gave it a whirl. It looks like this, or
> something close, should let you do whatever you want with headlines
> (go ahead and use priorities, tags, todo keywords, and the like and
> still just get a blank headline:
>
> (defun mapcdi-org-latex-headline-function (todo todo-type priority text tags)
> "The docstring of my function."
> (concat
>  (and todo (format "{}" todo))
>  (and priority (format "{} " ))
>
>  (and tags
>       (format "\\hfill{}\\textit{}" (mapconcat 'identity tags ":")))))
>
> There most likely is a blank line where the headline *would* go. I
> played around with trying to \vspace a negative line space like so,
> and I think it's doing the right thing, or is at least close (there's
> less space between the contents line and the paragraph text):
>
> (defun mapcdi-org-latex-headline-function (todo todo-type priority text tags)
> "The docstring of my function."
> (concat
>  (and todo (format "{}" todo))
>  (and priority (format "{} " ))
>  (and text (format "{\\vspace{-\\baselineskip}}" ))
>  (and tags
>       (format "\\hfill{}\\textit{}" (mapconcat 'identity tags ":")))))
>
> The only thing I noticed is that within a section, paragraphs by
> default have no space and are indented (well, the first isn't, but
> following paragraphs are). With this method, paragraphs within
> sections are going to have the typical post-section spacing compared
> to being treated like truly consecutive paragraphs. If you're okay
> with that, then this will work. If not, you'll have to make a custom
> latex template somehow so that the whole document is treated like one
> long section. I'm not sure if that's possible given org's headline ->
> section internals. You might be able to fiddle with something like the
> above \vspace{} trick, though? You'd also have to have every paragraph
> indented so that they weren't treated like the first paragraph in a
> section (un-indented).
>
> Anyway, hopefully this gets you on the right path!
>
> #+begin_src test-file
>
> #+options: num:nil
>
> * todo headline 1       :test:
>
> blah blah blah.
>
> * headline 2
>
> blah blah blah
>
> * headline 3
>
> A couple of separate paragraphs to see how far apart two paragraphs would be
> normally. We'll add enough to line break just to make it interesting.
>
> A couple of separate paragraphs to see how far apart two paragraphs would be
> normally. We'll add enough to line break just to make it interesting.
>
> #+end_src
>
>
>
> Best regards,
> John
>
>
>
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Best regards,
>> Mark



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