Pat Gunn (dachte) wrote,
Pat Gunn

Pounding to the oldies

For those few of you who use POUND as your blog platform, I have implemented the ability to edit posts through the web interface. I have never needed this functionality before because I use a commandline interface that strongly resembles old versions of POUND that just gummed HTML around a bunch of textfiles and scp'd the whole lot over to my website -- it left the actual editing to my text editor. The livejournal link is getting better, but I still need to get reposting working right. I've decided to stash livejournal objectids in the database and use that as an index to find old posts - doing it the other way was too broken. If I'm feeling motivated, I might do that tomorrow.

I'm in a bad mood due to a number of things right now.

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