I use org-mode to handle notes and I would like to easily publish certain notes from my .org files. Ideally I would like to have two ways of publishing these notes. One from the org capture-buffer. Before I file the capture. I'd do M-x org-publish-to-jekyll. But I would also like to handle edits. I am not yet sure of what would be a good way to do this. There doesn't seem to be a function "org-export-tree-as-html". I am thinking that I could use org-tree-to-indirect-buffer (C-c C-x b) and then export from there.
I asked on IRC and got this message:
15:05 < BerntH> jmnoz: export only the subtree 15:06 < jmnoz> BerntH: okay, thanks. but how do I do that? 15:07 < jmnoz> via an indirect buffer? 15:14 < YoungFrog> jmnoz: you can add restrictions when exporting. read the help buffer shown from C-c C-e carefully 15:14 < YoungFrog> (something like C-s to restrict to subtree)
In the end I found that using "M-x org-tree-to-indirect-buffer" (C-c C-x b) - doing the edits - and then doing the export (M-x org-export-as-html) does what I want.
Juan Reyero's set-up is the one I prefer: http://juanreyero.com/open/org-jekyll/
Gorg Negre's article on Blogging with Emacs org-mode and Jekyll http://www.gorgnegre.com/linux/using-emacs-orgmode-to-blog-with-jekyll.html
Error, when trying to set up Juan Reyero's org-jekyll code: "symbol's function definition is void: org-publish-get-project-from-filename"