Recently, I have become a big fan of XMLRPC . Not that XMLRPC is new or something but I was never interested in web services. What I like about XMLRPC is that it lets you do nifty things the easy way like blogging straight from your favorite text editor ? Now, both XMLRPC and my "favorite text editor" are mature enough to do what I want them to do. All I have to do was reach out my hand to get the piece of cake
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/sources/emacsweblogs co -d weblogger weblogger/lisp
And then, you need to ask your "favorite text editor" to load it
(add-to-list 'load-path "~/weblogger") (require 'weblogger)
And you are all set!
C-h a weblogger RET
gets you a set of commands weblogger supports or just check out the source.
EDIT: Life's already a pain, so why not use your "favorite text editor" to make it a bit easier :)
EDIT 2: If you have problems posting entries see here
EDIT 3: The post be a "bit weird" in appearance for the reasons mentioned above. All for my "favorite text editor"
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