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Add parent heading of source code block as comment in tangled file

To include the preceding text of a source block in a tangled file, you can use the header argument with the following option :comments org. Per heading * Function heading :PROPERTIES: :header-args: :...
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how to tangle only source code blocks that belong to a specific target file?

The answer can be found in the docstring of org-babel-tangle, it says When two universal prefix arguments, only tangle blocks for the tangle file of the block at point. So you should just place the ...
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Tangling fails when using #+PROPERTY instead of manually adding header arguments when using org source blocks

[Just to summarize my comments since I didn't quite succeed in finding a duplicate. This is a common question and I'm sure I've answered it before, but it may be that it's only been answered in ...
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How to tangle code blocks from an org file, compile the output, and open the result, with a single command?

If each block in the file uses its own language and/or its own tangle path, then you will have to examine each one separately. That's what I assumed at first and that assumption is behind my original ...
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How to tangle code blocks from an org file, compile the output, and open the result, with a single command?

Thank you @NickD, I managed to build a function from the full-path (cdr (assq :tangle (caddr (org-babel-get-src-block-info)))) command that you provided here. Here it is: (defun mda/tangle-tex-...
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