Juan Reyero <[email protected]> writes:
> On Thu, Dec 31, 2009 at 6:15 PM, Eric Schulte
>> Juan Reyero <[email protected]> writes:
>>> On Thu, Dec 31, 2009 at 9:15 AM, Carsten Dominik
>>>> On Dec 27, 2009, at 8:31 PM, Juan Reyero wrote:
>>>>> On Sun, Dec 27, 2009 at 7:35 PM, Carsten Dominik
>>>>>> On Dec 27, 2009, at 5:34 PM, Juan Reyero wrote:
>>>>>>> I have written a function to export org-mode subtrees as jekyll
The idea is that any entry in
>>>>>>> an org-publish project that has a :blog: keyword and an :on:
>>>>>>> with a timestamp should be exported to a _posts directory with the
>>>>>>> year-month-day-title.html that jekyll expects, with the properties
>> If it helps, I've been doing something similar to support publishing
>> updates on the org-babel development -- using the code shown here 
>> under the "Development Updates" section. This generates a files in
>> _posts for each subtree of of the "tasks" and "bugs" sections which have
>> a time-stamp in their properties. It should be fairly straightforward
>> to adapt this code to export all properties as YAML frontmatter.
> It is exactly what I did :-). I found your code here , and adapted
> it so that it would use files in an org-publish project and would
> export properties.
Ah, I should have read the thread more carefully :)
> So thank you very much for making it available. It does, however,
> have the same problem I find: the header level with which the piece is
> exported (h1, h2, etc) depends on the outline level on which the item
> you export happened to be. I was hoping to export the chunks
> independently of where they were written.
So this turned out to be somewhat tricky. I was able to adjust my
previous code so that every subtree will be promoted to a top-level
heading before export by adding the following (this change can also be
seen in my published code here ).
(let ((level (- (org-outline-level) 1))
(contents (buffer-substring (point-min)
(dotimes (n level nil) (org-promote-subtree))
(setq html (org-export-as-html nil nil nil 'string t
(delete-region (point-min) (point-max))
Hope this helps. Cheers -- Eric
> I will share it with Worg as soon as I manage to make it work.
>  http://orgmode.org/worg/org-tutorials/org-jekyll.php
(end of document).
>> Best -- Eric
>>  http://eschulte.github.com/babel-dev/publish.html
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