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Re: [O] syntax for blocks that the exporter should not render?

From: Carsten Dominik
Subject: Re: [O] syntax for blocks that the exporter should not render?
Date: Thu, 5 Sep 2013 13:27:57 +0200

On Sep 5, 2013, at 12:09 PM, Nicolas Goaziou <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hello,
> Carsten Dominik <address@hidden> writes:
>> On 3.9.2013, at 17:32, Matt Price <address@hidden> wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> certain lines are not rendered by the org exporter, but are instead
>>> interpreted as instructions, e.g.:
>>> #+AUTHOR: Matt Price
>>> I'm using org2blog/wp, which is only partially converted to the new
>>> exporter.  It works pretty well, but not perfectly.  It has the neat
>>> feature that, when I insert a link to a local image, it will upload
>>> that image to wordpress and link to the uploaded file.  TO keep track
>>> of the location of those images, it writes lines like this to the org
>>> file:
>>> #+/home/matt/Matt_headshots/Matt Price/IMG_9367_.jpg
>>> http://2013.hackinghistory.ca/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/wpid-IMG_9367_2.jpg
>>> Recently I've noticed that these lines are actually being rendered by
>>> the underlying html exporter before export.
>> I don't think this is the right behavior, such lines should not be rendered.
>> Suvayu is right, with a space after the # they are treated as commendt, but 
>> I think
>> they should also be ignored with the plus.
>> Nicolas, what is the reasoning behind rendering them?
> Because this isn't valid Org syntax, so it is treated as regular text
> (i.e. a paragraph). Something similar happens for unbalanced blocks:
>  * H
>  #+begin_example
>  * H2
> In the example above, "#+begin_example" is treated as a paragraph.
> In both cases, silently ignoring them could cause more trouble that it
> would solve.

So in a way this is a "syntax error" message. :)

OK, I get that point.  Is that behaviour documented?


- Carsten

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