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Re: org 8.0 and the export dispatcher

Will take a look.
Kind regards

"T. V. Raman" <tv.raman.tv@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes:

> See how this is handled   in the support for magit. 
>>>>>> "Bart" == Bart Bunting <bart@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>     Bart> Good morning,
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> As some of you may be aware org-mode 8.0 has been
>     Bart> released.
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> One of the major improvements in org 8.0 is a totally
>     Bart> rewritten export framework.
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> I have been trying to figure out how to deal with the
>     Bart> new export dispatcher with emacspeak. So far no luck.
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> What appears to be happening is the dispatcher (entered
>     Bart> with org-export-dispatch) calls a function to create an
>     Bart> interactive menu for setting export options
>     Bart> org-export--dispatch-ui.
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> a list of key choices and help lines are displayed in a
>     Bart> help window and keystrokes are read interactively
>     Bart> allowing multiple options to be toggled or chosen.
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> I can't get my head around how to deal with this sort
>     Bart> of situation using emacspeak.
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> I'm not sure even what the approach should be?
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> I'm thinking that either somehow getting emacspeak to
>     Bart> read the help window or allowing interactive
>     Bart> exploration of the available options. As there is quite
>     Bart> a bit of detail in the help, it feels like it would be
>     Bart> too much to just have it read in one chunk. An ability
>     Bart> to review would be best I think.
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> There is also an export mode where no help text is
>     Bart> shown and the currently selected options are displayed
>     Bart> in a cryptic form in the prompt. Perhaps this offers
>     Bart> some possibilities.
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> I guess my questions are two fold.
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> What is the appropriate way of dealing with this
>     Bart> interaction in an abstract sense? And can anyone offer
>     Bart> any specific coding assistance / advice for this
>     Bart> particular situation?
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> Kind regards Bart
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> Kind regards
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> Bart
>     Bart> 
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> Best Regards,
> --raman

Kind regards


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