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You can easily run all code blocks via C-c C-v C-b, or all blocks in a subtree. I don't think above this point is implemented. It would be fairly easy write a custom function that takes all text below the point, hides it, executes all code blocks, and then restores the text. I would do that rather than taking all text above the point and executing it in a ...


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Use elisp in the :dir header to fetch the value the :HEADER-ARGS:bash from the PROPERTIES drawer, remove original :dir string and return new value with a subdirectory appended. For example, to append the todolist1, subdirectory, set the header below on the bash code block. :dir (format "%s/todolist1" (replace-regexp-in-string ":dir +" "" (org-entry-get ...


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The solution to my alternative issue (I used pandoc, more below) may apply to your's as well. I was looking for a CGI-based approach to render org files in the browser, thus implicitly publishing them on the fly. This would allow me to work with the org files without having to actively publish them. In the past, I took a lot of notes using ReStructured ...


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