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Re: [Emacs-orgmode] org-publish v1.71

From: David O'Toole
Subject: Re: [Emacs-orgmode] org-publish v1.71
Date: Sat, 10 Jun 2006 11:44:20 -0400
User-agent: Gnus/5.110006 (No Gnus v0.6) Emacs/22.0.50 (gnu/linux)

Tranforming the filenames/paths during publishing is a nontrivial
problem. This would require changes to both org-publish and org
itself. One way of solving it would be to pass an association list
mapping input filenames to output filenames, this would let you bypass
the normal :publishing-directory setting and set things on a per-file

Carsten, what do you think? 

"Chris wallace" <address@hidden> writes:

> On 08/06/06, David O'Toole <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Bugfix release. Should now allow absolute filenames in the :include
>> directive.
> Thanks.  It works.  Just one more request, so I can use this with my files
> spread across many directories.
> When I have
> (setq org-publish-project-alist
>      (list
>       '("bright" . (:base-directory "~/bright"
>             :base-extension "org"
>             :include ("/home/chris/bright/chr5/cng/Readme.org"
> "/home/chris/bright/chr5/phase2/Readme.org")
>             :publishing-directory "~/public_html/org"))))
> The two Readme.org files both get published as
> ~/public_html/org/Readme.org.  I would really like them to be
> ~/public_html/org/chr5_cng_Readme.html and
> ~/public_html/org/chr5_phase2_Readme.org.  Ie with the directory relative to
> :base-directory included in the file name.  Is this possible?
> My working situation is that under project bright, important directories
> have a Readme.org file containing notes relating to that sub-directory.
> It's handy for writing the notes for the filename to always be Readme.org,
> but less handy for publishing so that my colleagues can see where I'm up to.
> Thanks, Chris.

David O'Toole -- Independent Consultant

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