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Re^5: ORG to POD translator

by MidLifeXis (Monsignor)
on Apr 07, 2011 at 22:59 UTC ( #898220=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^4: ORG to POD translator
in thread ORG to POD translator

With this one-off script, no. The script is good at what it does. My comments were only things that jumped out as low-hanging fruit. In fact, beyond those couple of changes, I would probably not make any other changes to this.

My goal for processing org-mode files with Perl (not this script) would be as I listed above - manipulating the files, nodes, and properties / drawers. educated_foo stated below, "only org-mode can parse Org". I agree with that mostly. I would love to see the org community stabilize the format, and let org-mode (or respond to the data within that format. The content of the properties and nodes, based on how the configuration is set, determine how the library reacts.

This script solves a very focused problem, and I am not suggesting that that scope be broadened, just that some of the edge cases in parsing some of the org-mode files that may be seen get fixed.


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