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[Orgmode] Blorg problems

From: Rick Moynihan
Subject: [Orgmode] Blorg problems
Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2007 18:26:45 +0100
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Hi all,

I've recently started investigating blorg (sorry David) with the hope of using it (and org-mode) to start a blog. Unfortunately I've run into a few issues, and would appreciate some help.

Firstly it appears that my paragraphs don't render as such from memory I have something like the following:

* DONE Post title
     CLOSED: [2007-07-16 Mon 12:43]

blah blah blah blah blah blah...

This should be a new paragraph, but when converted to html isn't (i.e. it is not enclosed in <p> tags, and it merges with the blah blah blah's above.

Am I doing something wrong, or is there a way around this?

I've also run into some other small problems:

- The time of the post is always rendered something like +00 00 and not 12:43 This isn't a big problem as I've just disabled it with the format string) - It's not clear how to render images in the output, i.e. with a <img src="..."/>. - The format of Echoes appears to be fixed, yet I'd like to use them to generate a different order as I'd like to include the following HTML snippet (forgive me I can't remember the names of the includable properties):

<div class="delicious-blogbadge-line" id="(post-id-or-url)">
                    <script type="text/javascript">

Delicious.BlogBadge.register('(post-id-or-url)', '(post-url)', '(post-title)');

It would also be great if somebody could create an example blorg.org file which demonstrated all the org markup in a test-blog.

In the future I'd also like a mechanism for exporting code blocks into the html (ideally with emacs syntax highlighting). It would be great if the org-mode colon syntax could be used to do this, e.g:

: public int randomNumber() {
:    return 3;  //guaranteed random number (was a fair dice roll) (xkcd)
: }

I seem to remember having some other small problems and ideas about the whole thing, which if I remember I'll post here. Anyway, if I can get the paragraphs and image export working, I should be able to start blorging.

Also does anyone know of any blogs online using blorg?

Thanks again,


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