At times, especially when taking notes, a literate org file can contain one-line source blocks, as follows:
* Taking notes :PROPERTIES: :tangle: whatever.pl :comments: org :END: Perl set command #+BEGIN_SRC perl set $random_var=1; #+END_SRC Perl unset command (just making it up... :P) #+BEGIN_SRC perl unset $random_var; #+END_SRC
For such applications, the
#+BEGIN_SRC...#+END_SRC pragma looks to be an overkill. Easy templates reduce the typing, but the org doc still looks a bit overflowing.
Is there an easy way to do this? I know that a line starting with a
: gets to verbatim text automatically. Is there a way to do something similar with org-tangle?
I am looking for a solution something like this, or at least close to these lines, while still retaining the source highlighting and tangling facilities for parent mode:
* Taking notes :PROPERTIES: :tangle: whatever.pl :comments: org :mode: perl :END: Perl set command : set $random_var=1; Perl unset command (just making it up... :P) : unset $random_var;
It's cleaner, easy to look at and, IMHO, a bit less noisy.
Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!