Directives are lines beginning with the ‘#’ character that come before any paragraphs or sections in the document. Directives are of the form “#directive content of directive”. You can use any combination of uppercase and lowercase letters for directives, even if the directive is not in the list below.
muse-publishing-directive function may be used in header and
footer text to access directives. For example, to access the
#title directive, use
The following is a list of directives that Muse uses.
If this is not specified, Muse will attempt to figure it out from the
This is used by publishing styles that are able to embed the date information.
This is used by the
journal publishing style to embed information
inside of an RSS/RDF feed.
If this is not specified, the name of the file is used.