publishing my journal as an RSS feed (March 21, 2003, 0) - chrisb wrote in with a tip about Hugo’s
emacs-wiki-rss.el makes very nice lists of the wiki pages I have, but
I was thinking more of publishing each journal entry (like this one!)
as an RSS item.
One way to do it is to parse all the day planner pages. I’d need to
extract the timestamp, but that shouldn’t be
Should emacs-wiki links be easily editable? (March 10, 2004, 0) - With the recent addition of `emacs-wiki-link-escape’ and
`emacs-wiki-link-unescape’, links are now unescaped before displaying.
This makes them uneditable. People probably shouldn’t be editing the
links manually as this can screw up planner links (among others), but
I should provide an easy way to edit the link at point. I have a
function in my emacs-wiki-config.el to do that. I’ll probably
Planning an Emacs-based personal wiki – Org? Muse? Hmm… (November 2, 2011, 36) - I miss my Planner wiki! I think it’s time to organize things into a personal wiki again. Blogs are great for chronological updates, but I need to be able to group ideas into more than just categories, and WordPress pages aren’t as convenient as a proper wiki. Org-mode outlines are also good, but they can
Publishing absolute URLs in RSS feeds (April 17, 2004, 0) - - ../../notebook/emacs/emacs-wiki-config.el
(defvar sacha/emacs-wiki-use-absolute-url-flag nil
"Non-nil means publish absolute URLs.")
(defadvice planner-rss-add-note (around sacha/absolute-urls activate)
"Publish absolute URLs."
(let ((sacha/emacs-wiki-use-absolute-url-flag t))
(defadvice emacs-wiki-markup-link (around sacha activate)
"Resolve the matched wiki-link into its ultimate form.
Images used the tag."
;; avoid marking up urls that appear to
emacs-wiki and automatic publishing (March 20, 2003, 0) - I use this nifty LISP snippet to automatically publish my pages whenever I save.
(add-hook 'emacs-wiki-mode-hook (lambda () (add-hook 'after-save-hook (lambda () (unless emacs-wiki-publishing-p (emacs-wiki-publish-this-page))) nil t)))
This used to be a fairly big hassle back when emacs-wiki tried to do multiline parsing for =,
but now it’s acceptably fast.
Next up: I wonder if http://lufs.sourceforge.net can help me