I have been using
org-mode for my blog posts lately. It provides all
the mark-up I need.
Some days ago, I needed to cross-link to one of my posts.
nikola (the python
based static site generator used to power this blog) has a option just for that.
(Refer to this)
I tried to be smart, and used equivalent org notation, but it didn't work.
So I converted that post to ReST. (Aside: ReST is lot more powerful especially
with reStructuredText extensions. But I may not need these, most of the
org mode suffices.)
Now here is the problem.
I am used to org notation (inside of two equal-to signs) at times.
org-nikola plugin converts it to
<code> HTML block, which I like.
But nikola itself converts equivalent
``this`` notation in ReST to
<code> blocks look better (due to syntax highlighting) than
:code: notation, used for multi-line code block, but I couldn't
(till now) find a way to use
code block inline.
But finally I found this
use something like this:
writing about ReST in orgmode is confusing. I ended up using ReST style of links instead of org style
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