2016-07-08 Tags: emacs
The ODT exporter relies on the zip program to create the final output. Check the availability of this program before proceeding further.But it does not really tell you what
zipreally is. I am assuming its whatever is in my $PATH on OS X, but I can't really be too sure.
Copyright (c) 1990-2008 Info-ZIP - Type 'zip "-L"' for software license. Zip 3.0 (July 5th 2008). Usage:
Also, no where in the docs does it tell you how to enable ODT exporting. In order to be able to export to ODT like you would export to any other format using the
C-c C-e export menu, you need to explicitly enable
ox-odt somewhere in your org-mode configuration file. Check out my .emacs.d repo for an example, but essentially adding this somewhere in your startup scripts should do the trick:
;; Load ODT backend to allow for exporting to open document format. (require 'ox-odt)
C-c C-e o o. Opening up this file in LibreOffice or OpenOffice should show you a really nice representation of whatever you just wrote. The best part about this method is that you get a table of contents, and section numbering for free. In addition, you do not have to keep track of the numbers yourself, if you need to move stuff around or add new sections then org mode export will automatically update the numbering for you. Besides being able to export to ODT, org-mode also supports exporting to about a dozen other formats. If you have LaTeX and pandoc installed then the sky is truly the limit.
.docxand then uploading that. From my preliminary experiments this seemed to work the best.