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Re: [O] Customizing TOCs in Derived Exporters

From: Rasmus
Subject: Re: [O] Customizing TOCs in Derived Exporters
Date: Thu, 19 Sep 2013 00:12:49 +0200
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Josiah Schwab <address@hidden> writes:

> Rasmus writes:
>> Josiah Schwab writes:
>>> How does one go about overriding org-html-toc, which unlike something
>>> like org-html-bold, does not appear in org-export-define-backend?  I
>>> don't want the TOC not to appear, rather want it to be generated by
>>> another function, org-md-toc or what have you.
>> I'm not sure whether this would work with md simply 'cause I haven't
>> worked with the html+friends exporter(s), but perhaps you could
>> replace the inner-template, i.e. write a replacement for
>> org-html-inner-template.
> Yes, this suggestion worked for me.  Thank you for the advice.  Little
> by little I will come to understand the new exporter (not that I
> understood the old one).
> Independent of the confusion it caused me while trying to figure out how
> things work, it seems strange that the ox-md exporter generates a
> non-markdown TOC using org-html-toc.  But I will leave that for those
> who really use the markdown exporter, which is neither you or me.

Is there a vanilla-markdown TOC-keyword?  My understanding is that
markdown always understand plain html, whence the html-toc is
reusable.  If there is exists a vanilla-markdown TOC perhaps it should
be used.


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