2012-12-06

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  • Third first entry...
  • Blah blah blah...
  • Foo
  • Bar
  • Some things I looked up to write this:
  • http://blog.jayfields.com/2006/12/ruby-multiline-strings-here-doc-or.html
  • http://ruby-doc.org/stdlib-1.9.3/libdoc/date/rdoc/DateTime.html
  • And inspired by http://sourcefu.com/
  • Probably a good idea to ignore blank input
  • Need to figure out if I want to commit posts to github hourly/daily
  • And if I want to publish to github Pages or Amazon S3
  • Should also figure out some way to turn URLs into links
  • And since I'm using Markdown I should be able to create headers... except everything is a bullet point right now. Woops.
  • This should ignore blank lines now
  • Non-blank line.
  • Carriage return isn't considered an empty string
  • so Chomping before test now. some blank lines
  • non-blank line
  • TODO: A more graceful way to exit other than Control-C
  • TODO: Determine if I want to timestamp entries so I can link directly to them
  • TODO: Type 'mistake' do undo the last entry? For those times when I start entering vim commands here...
  • I guess I can also get into the practice of entering URLs using Markdown.
  • Using Markdown syntax, that is.
  • But bare URL conversion would be nice too so I don't have to think too much when posting URLs
  • The source for this is at https://github.com/spilth/devlog.spilth.org
  • This might prove handy for uploading to Amazon S3 guard-s3
  • Consider writing files out to an interim format and then converting that to HTML and/or Markdown, especially if I want timestamped entries presented as a table, a la #sourcefu's logs
  • Above should've been a TODO (and I tried to use vim commands to jump to the beginning of the line...)
  • Really what you're witnessing is just me talking to myself.
  • TODO: Consider if this should just be integrated into my personal site and not a completely separate site/domain.
  • TODO: Also need to consider how this is different from my Personal Notes, if they are at all.
  • For one, my "notes" are more organized and edited. This "devlog" is more just a dump of thoughts and information. Not meant to be edited afterwards.
  • I carelessly upated my gems and the new jekyll-s3 gem seems to now set permissions of content-types correctly so my site be came 403 Forbidden.
  • The issue is described here https://github.com/laurilehmijoki/jekyll-s3/issues/11 and is supposedly fixed, but it didn't start working for me until I downgraded my jekyll-s3 gem
  • gem 'jekyll-s3', '0.0.5'
  • bundle install
  • bundle exec jekyll-s3
  • Nice that the new version (2.0.0) only uploads changed files, though. That will be handy if I can figure out the permission issue.
  • Testing this out on my personal laptop now.
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