I use org-babel to generate some reports which can't be automatically processed, and since org is a good outline format, I print the results in org to represent them as trees.
I've noticed that nesting org markup into
#+begin_example block makes emacs really slow (and the formatting of the results is off, too).
It would be really cool to have babel place the output of certain code blocks to a separate buffer (and open a window for it too), the same way as it handles errors.
I've looked through documentation but it seems like there's no such option.
Am I wrong? If I'm not, maybe someone has such a snippet around?
Also, the slowness might be caused by some other options in my configuration, how's your experience with org formatted text nested into
example? Maybe I'm barking under the wrong tree here.