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Re: is there a package to post to

From: Richard Riley
Subject: Re: is there a package to post to
Date: Tue, 13 Jan 2009 14:14:31 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.0.60 (gnu/linux)

Xah Lee <address@hidden> writes:

> On Jan 12, 5:42 pm, Richard Riley <address@hidden> wrote:
>> > worked fine first go for me and is nice. The only thing it, like most
>> > emacs interfaces, seems to lack is the defaulting of the body to a
>> > selected region if a region is selected. I like to use thingatpt+ and
>> > the region-or-word-at-point function to default the text. It could also
>> > do with prompting to accept the previous blog selected as a default.
>> Some issues:
>> C-c h in a post buffer already puts in the "http://"; which
>> is a bit silly since most of us will have http in the link we wish to
>> paste  in.
>> Trying to post elisp doesnt work: e.g I pasted this in and hit C-c
>> ,----
>> | (defvar e-blog-display-url nil
>> |   "If non-nil, e-blog will display the post/edit url in post/edit
>> | buffers.")
>> | (defvar e-blog-link-region-key "\C-ch"
>> |   "Default keybinding for inserting links in posts.")
>> | (defvar e-blog-tt-region-key "\C-ct"
>> |   "Default keybinding for inserting `tt' style tags.")
>> | (defvar e-blog-emphasize-region-key "\C-ci"
>> |   "Default keybinding for inserting `em' style tags.")
>> | (defvar e-blog-strong-region-key "\C-cs"
>> |   "Default keybinding for inserting `strong' style tags.")
>> `----
>> and got:
>> ,----
>> | Debugger entered--Lisp error: (error "Invalid use of `\\' in replacement 
>> text")
>> ...
> umm... thanks for the note.
> btw, there's wiki at so you might
> report it too.

I already raised some issues there : specifically the default of the
http:// prefix for url encoding regions.

> i just started to use it for my blog so i'll see how it goes. Recently
> am switching from livejournal to blogger.
> btw, someone in livejournal
> ( )
> mentioned there's also the g-client package in emacspeak, which
> supposedly integrate well with google services. (since the author
> works at google)
>   Xah

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