org-scraps Notes 30D36486-3578-4C0D-B16F-CE89A283358A

  • catch the file name during export
    • Code block specific header arguments are evaluated before execution of the source block. The arguments seem to be symbols, strings, or Emacs-Lisp SEXPs.
    • Here is an example of an inline source block that gets the name of this file and returns it: "/Users/gcr/tmp/scratch.org"
    • Using Emacs-Lisp in header arguments introduces great flexibility.
  • export of inline code blocks which are silent
    • Configure a document so that results are included in the document if it is being exported. This is a dynamic decision. It probably relies on org-export-current-backend now. Another example of Elisp configuring a header arg.
  • mentions of file names in file contents
    • Literate example using table defintions, sh, find, and dot.
    • An example that demonstrates a lot with a little.
  • inline code block
    • Develop a philosophy of what to evaluate and when.
    • They are as easy as 6 .
  • recutils
    • Great example of using output to a file and a file as input via header args.
    • Demonstrate usage of Recutils.
  • SQL — example reading org-mode table into sql
    • Show how Org-Mode Table data is converted to SQL data.
    • This is the essence of how data is brokered in the “BabelVM”.