So I'm making a website using an org document and tangling.
I've created the basic structure of the site using
* file coolsite.org #+BEGIN_SRC sh rails new coolapp #+END_SRC
This creates a
with basics like a head tag, body tag, html tag, etc.
If I wanted to add for example a
in to an org src block, and add my new tag.
So from the examples I've seen on the web, with literate programming, org files are ordered like a diary. Things are usually added to the end of the org file.
So let's say 1 week after writing the above tangle block, I need to add another meta tag to the file, in this case an author meta tag:
<meta name="author" content="John Doe">
Go back and revise the old tangle block
create a new block with the revised code?
If I choose the latter, an interesting situation can arise in the long run where a single org file has multiple :tangle blocks that output to the same file. After the tangling, which one is left? is it the src block that appeared later-most in the org file ....
Note: The site is "generated" by doing
C-c C-v t (org-babel-tangle)