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Re: Links & images with different attributes in the same paragraph

From: Ihor Radchenko
Subject: Re: Links & images with different attributes in the same paragraph
Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2023 15:23:47 +0000

Max Nikulin <manikulin@gmail.com> writes:

>> Nested objects of the same type are not really a limitation of top-down
>> parser. It is the syntax of objects that might but does not have to be.
>> We might come up with a syntax that allow nesting.
> I would be glad to learn that I am wrong. The current parser picks first 
> terminating token ignoring other opening tokens in between. The only way 
> I see is unique identifiers for opening and closing tokens to allow 
> match them in pairs. It would be tedious to type and to copy fragments 
> from similar text.

Not necessarily. The current parser also allows balanced brackets inside
an object. Search for "balanced" in
https://orgmode.org/worg/org-syntax.html and you will see many examples.

In addition, we can allow multiple forms of tokens. For example,
@wrap{simple wrap}; @wrap{{we can have } inside}};
@wrap{outer wrap; @wrap{inner wrap}; back}.
@wrap{{outer wrap; @wrap{{inner wrap allowing } as well}}; back}}.

> A similar problem is importing and exporting fragments of mail messages 
> having multilevel quotes. #+begin_quote is not enough, it is necessary 
> to use something else for inner citations, e.g. #+begin_quote1.

As you see, my solution is conceptually similar to #+begin_quote1 idea.

> Moreover I would prefer to have links as links even when they need some 
> special treatment.

What about @wrap[#+attr_html: :alt "Text"]{[[/path/to/image]]}?

Ihor Radchenko // yantar92,
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