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First, don't take these in any way as criticisms, but more as opportunities to make it process a larger subset of the org files out there.

I really like that it is simple and does not have prerequisites, so it is able to parse simple org files without a large footprint. That being said, my org files are very seldom simple, and I rely heavily on data within drawers, properties (node, tree, and global), among other things. Additionally, you have started the ball rolling with some actual code.

  • See lisp/org-exp.el, around line 2167 (barring any major updates) for a better pattern for the BEGIN_SRC line. It should allow an optional ':' after the BEGIN_SRC, and it is case insensitive.
  • A link to Org::Parser is probably in order :-)
  • Placing this code on something like github or the like might help to have more hands to help.

That is all that I have at the moment. Hopefully I will be able to take a closer look at it later. Thanks for starting this moving.

--MidLifeXis


In reply to Re: ORG to POD translator by MidLifeXis
in thread ORG to POD translator by LanX

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