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Add support for Go-native implementation of (Emacs) "Org-mode" markup #1483

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anthonyfok opened this Issue Oct 12, 2015 · 5 comments

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anthonyfok commented Oct 12, 2015

See http://discuss.gohugo.io/t/org-mode-support/810

About Org-mode:

There appear to be no usable Go-native implementation of Org-mode as of October 2015, but hopefully it will come in due time.

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novoid Feb 28, 2017

Hi!

Can someone explain me how you implement Org-mode support? I am not go savvy but I don't see any Org-mode syntax parser included. Do you use any external library to parse and convert Org-mode?

Thanks!

novoid commented Feb 28, 2017

Hi!

Can someone explain me how you implement Org-mode support? I am not go savvy but I don't see any Org-mode syntax parser included. Do you use any external library to parse and convert Org-mode?

Thanks!

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Please use http://discuss.gohugo.io/ for questions/troubleshooting. Also see Hugo Documentation.

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bep commented Feb 28, 2017

Please use http://discuss.gohugo.io/ for questions/troubleshooting. Also see Hugo Documentation.

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I have a question for this specific commit. This commit has a built-in discussion/question functionality of GitHub and I don't want to create just another account for the external discussion portal.

The Hugo Documentation does not state how Org-mode syntax is converted. The linked source code fragment does not help either because there is no Org-mode extension mentioned.

novoid commented Feb 28, 2017

I have a question for this specific commit. This commit has a built-in discussion/question functionality of GitHub and I don't want to create just another account for the external discussion portal.

The Hugo Documentation does not state how Org-mode syntax is converted. The linked source code fragment does not help either because there is no Org-mode extension mentioned.

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Well if you read the source code in the commit you'd find helpers/content.go which shows that github.com/chaseadamsio/goorgeous is used for parsing the content.

zet4 commented Feb 28, 2017

Well if you read the source code in the commit you'd find helpers/content.go which shows that github.com/chaseadamsio/goorgeous is used for parsing the content.

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novoid Feb 28, 2017

There seems to be a misunderstanding what "native Emacs Org-mode" means (mentioned on https://www.reddit.com/r/emacs/comments/5wibiv/hugo_v019_with_native_emacs_orgmode_content/). I thought that you're using the original Elisp parser whereas there is a Go-parser instead. My mistake.

Thanks for clarification.

novoid commented Feb 28, 2017

There seems to be a misunderstanding what "native Emacs Org-mode" means (mentioned on https://www.reddit.com/r/emacs/comments/5wibiv/hugo_v019_with_native_emacs_orgmode_content/). I thought that you're using the original Elisp parser whereas there is a Go-parser instead. My mistake.

Thanks for clarification.

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