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change drafts dir?|
In the hope that this community is still alive...
How do I change where ljupdate puts draft files? When I run `M-X lj-compose` it creates a file in ~/Mail/drafts. I really, really do not want it to put them there. How do I change this?
lj-update on Windows?|
I'm trying to get lj-update working on my Windows machines that don't have Make, and don't seem to want to work right out of the box.
ljupdate's moved to github|
, as always, explains how to check out
Tags: git, github, ljupdate
Posting via ljupdate|
I've not been successful posting to LJ lately. It did work once. I've downloaded the latest development snapshot and I have the same problem. lj-login is fine. lj-compose works fine but when I use C-c C-c to post, the hourglass comes on and never finish.
Current Location: home
Dealing with pre tags|
I usually write my posts in muse markup, publish to HTML, and then submit the HTML via lj-update. I wrap the posts with the lj-raw tag. But somewhere during the post submission process, linebreaks get removed, which means that parts of the post that are inside <pre> tags get messed up -- those sections appear on the journal as one long line. I understand why this happens I think, but any suggestions for the best way to fix it or accomplish what I want to accomplish?
Tags: emacs, ljupdate
I just upgraded to a never version of LJUpdate, and a couple things seeem to have chenged, I'm not wsure where I should be looking this up, so I'm asking here:
1) lj-default-profile and lj-defprofile don't seem to exist anymore. What has replaced them?
2) My colors have all changed. This is fine in LJ:B mode, but in LJ:H mode, since I use a black background, it makes it really hard to read... It's also a little odd that Since all the colors turn to body color in body mode, I can read the header better in body mode than in head mode...
Preview and "Disable Auto-Formatting"|
I'm a total emacs-head, like the rest of you (I assume), so I'm loving
ljupdate. I just have two quick questions...
- Preview — If I'm composing a post using lj-update, is there
any way to submit it so I can view a preview without posting it so
it's publically visible? I suppose I can just mark the post as private
and submit that way, and then make it public when I want to post it,
but built-in support would be nice if it exists
Auto-Formatting — I like to use the "Disable Auto-Formatting
option" on my posts, so I have better control over the HTML; Does
lj-update support frobbing that bit from emacs?
writing this -- it makes posting to LJ much more pleasant :)
With the new filters, or custom friends lists, or whatever they're being called, you can write a post and have it only visible to a specified list. Is there an API for this? does ljupdate work with it?
Alternatively, is there documentation other than emacs help on this?
I've applied 13_49's patch and updated the distribution tarball. Share and Enjoy!
Current Location: San Diego, CA
Current Mood: pleased
Tags: elisp, emacs, ljupdate
am trying to install ljupdate.
in the compliation step, i get:
xahg5:~/Documents/emacs/ljupdate xah$ make
Cannot open load file: /Applications/Emacs.app/Contents/MacOS/libexec/fns-21.2.1.el
Perhaps you should specifcy LOAD_PATH to make? (e.g. "gmake LOAD_PATH=~/elisp".)
Please see README for compilation instructions.
make: *** [lj-acct.elc] Error 1
what do i need to do to fix it? i tried "make LOAD_PATH=~/..." on the shell but same error.
Was wondering why using “make” is necessary. If the job is just to compile those lisp files, why not put a lisp expression in the compile section and tell reader to select the region and run Alt+x eval-region?
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