|Subject:||Re: [O] example filter for code blocks?|
|Date:||Thu, 26 Sep 2013 15:48:50 -0400|
This seems like it might be an elegant way to distribute a piece of
John Kitchin <address@hidden> writes:
> Hi everyone,
> Thanks for the tips in using export filters for code blocks. I thought I
> would share my current solution. The goal was to export all the code blocks
> in an org-file to files systematically named part1/script-%d.py where %d is
> a number. I didnot want to tangle exactly, because I wanted to avoid naming
> the code block tangle files.
> Then, I wanted to insert a pdf link that would open the file, after the
> syntax highlighted code.
> I wanted this because it is not convenient to copy and paste the
> syntax-highlighted code into an editor. I teach from the pdf that is
> generated, and it would be convenient to just open the code, edit and rerun
> to explore solutions.
reproducible research. I suspect most readers would prefer to have a pdf
entry point into a compendium over an Org-mode entry point. Instead of
distributing the Org-mode file that is configured to make a pdf file,
carry out calculations, draw figures, etc., one could distribute a
ready-made pdf file with an appendix of Supplementary Material that has
all the code for calculations, figures, etc.
What do you think?
All the best,
Thomas S. Dye
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