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bug #14985: Unification of the concepts of directives and style specific keywords

Submitted by:  Stefan Schlee <stefans>
Submitted on:  Tue 22 Dec 2009 04:19:55 PM UTC  
 
Category: museSeverity: 1 - Wish
Priority: 5 - NormalStatus: None
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Tue 22 Dec 2009 04:19:55 PM UTC, original submission:

Currently the publishing behaviour of muse can be finely tuned with a hierarchy of styles. Styles can be defined by the `muse-define-style and `muse-derive-style functions. These styles can be assigned to certain muse projects.

Another feature of muse are directives, which are defined on a per file basis by including "#<directive name> <directive value> expression at the beginning of a file/document.

I suggest to unify these two concepts in the following way: Every style specific keyword can be defined on a per file basis as a directive and directives can be specified on a per project basis by using the directive names as style keywords.

File keywords/directives take precedence over project specific keyword/directives which take precedence over globally set/derived keywords/directives (via defcustom or by using a default values such as using `user-full-name to set the name of the author of a document)

This means that the processing of directives should not be done only until `muse-publish-markup but sooner in the publishing process.

Stefan Schlee <stefans>
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