2012-12-10

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Added previous/next links on posts.

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I want a continuous integration server that automagically discovers branches and creates build workflows for them.

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I need a new image hosting/sharing tool. Flickr is never updated and requires too many clicks. Skitch is borked and has ridiculous URLs.

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jekyll-minimagick might be a good image solution for my devlog at least. And maybe for my personal site when I write articles.

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BUG: Using quotes in my devlog entries seems to cause a problem in the conversion process.

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Perhaps I should switch from using CSV and just loop through each line and split on the tab. Not sure what CSV is really buying me except that it was a quick solution.

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Testing "quotes".

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devlog in tmux

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TODO: Allow scp upload as opposed to S3 via looking for a _jekyll_scp.yml file in the "upload" task.

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TODO: Figure out how I can make a nice image macro that links thumbnails to full-sized images

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Here's what it looks like when I'm logging my development notes:

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Feeling a little silly about mixing Markdown syntax with custom Liquid Template Tags.

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I'm mainly using Markdown for code snippets, URLs and headers (which I'm not sure I'll keep using anyways). So should I just make Liquid equivalents of those?

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For some reason I really feel like I should only use one or the other.

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Considering getting rid of Headers since I didn't use them today and they just make the code more complicated. Guess I'll just give it another day or two to see if I use them.

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Wondering if there's any benefit to using Readline as opposed to just STDIN.gets.

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The prompt it provides is nice, I guess.

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And apparently it has completion support? That's kind of neat but not sure if I'd really make use of it.

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Some more documentation http://bogojoker.com/readline/.

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It also supports keyboard shortcuts, though some of those seem to conflict with tmux.

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But it does seem to let me edit lines without having to delete/replace text. Okay, that's super useful and a reason to switch!

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