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RE: [Orgmode] annotations (not the remember kind)

From: Dominik, C.
Subject: RE: [Orgmode] annotations (not the remember kind)
Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2008 07:36:43 +0200

Hi Adam.

hmm, I can see nothing that would help you directly with this.

However, there is org-export-preprocess-hook.

This hook runs before the export conversion of a buffer is attempted.
If you add a function to this hook it will be called in a temporary
buffer containing the entire file or section to be exported.
There will be a variable `htmlp' telling you if export
is to HTML, and similarly variables `latexp' and `asciip'.

Your function could go through the buffer, find sections with
the ANNOTATION keyword and/or tags, and convert them to raw
HTML, surrounded by #+BEGIN_HTML ... #+END_HTML


- Carsten

-----Original Message-----
From: address@hidden on behalf of Adam Spiers
Sent: Fri 5/30/2008 11:31 PM
To: org-mode mailing list
Subject: [Orgmode] annotations (not the remember kind)

I have a straight-forward text document that I would like to export as
HTML, but I would also like to add my own annotations to various bits
of it, so that they end up something like this:

  <div class="myannotation">
    This bit still needs some work.
    <span class="attribution">Adam</span>

Is this easily achievable using any existing org functionality?  I
couldn't think of anything obvious other than embedding raw HTML.  It
would be really cool if it could be attained starting from something

  * Sample headline.
  ** This is the bit that's going to be annotated
  *** ANNOTATION This bit still needs some work.        :Adam:

or similar.

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