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I see in rereading this that my comment about the source for the emacs regexp was misunderstood. I did not mean to imply that all of the other block types contained in that regexp should be parsed, I was only commenting on the possible formats that a "BEGIN_SRC" block could take.

The link to Org::Parser was a reference to the unlinked reference (now linked in a footnote), not an indicator that you should use it in this script.

The suggestion for github was to make it more readily able to have patches applied to it.


In reply to Re^3: ORG to POD translator by MidLifeXis
in thread ORG to POD translator by LanX

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