Org export to HTML: can I export *only* the body?

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  • org-pandoc-import

    Save yourself from non-org formats, thanks to pandoc

    The use case is: I maintain a little blog of my own and I use org mode for writing. I previously used Hakyll and Pandoc, but switched to Gatsby a while ago. Because Gatsby doesn't (didn't?) support using Pandoc in the pipeline, I switched to Orga, which provides a transformer for Gatsby. However, I've had a number of issues with Orga, so I'm looking for a replacement. I considered using org-pandoc-import and storing the documents as markdown instead, but I couldn't make it work properly. I'd also like to be able to utilize features such as (sequential) code block line numbering and links to code lines, which I haven't been able to find any support for outside of pure HTML export.

  • orgajs

    parse org-mode content into AST

    Overall Orga's great and I really don't mean to diminish the author's work in any way, but I have had a couple issues. A number of them have been fixed, which is great, but I got stuck on this one about line breaks when using auto-fill mode. I think it's fixed in a newer version of Orga, but upgrading broke my build and I've spent enough hours trying to fix it that I'm looking for options.

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