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Second klog post ever

Ok, klog is just a tem­po­rary name, but it's 4AM, and I am not cre­ative. So, what is it? It's a PyQT client to PyD­S.

Look at the pic­ture in the link, if you wan­t!

Now, I am not sure if I will work on it much, since I on­ly did it to learn a bit about XML­R­PC, but it DOES work, or else, you won't be able to read this any­way ;-)

Ra­tio­nale: While PyDS is a great piece of work, edit­ing text through a web page feels like scratch­ing wear­ing gloves. It is doable, but it's not sat­is­fy­ing. So, I tried this just to see how hard it would be... an­swer: not very hard, re­al­ly.

Just to keep me hon­est, and keep the soft­ware some­what de­signed in­stead of piled, I am do­ing a ad­voga­to mod­ule that re­places the PyDS one (of course with much less func­tion­al­i­ty).

Georg Bauer / 2006-04-03 05:00:

Cool! Did you use the MetaWeblogAPI or BloggerAPI, or did you use the PyDS native API?

taj / 2006-04-03 05:01:

hi roberto, I'm wondering whether you tried pyblosxom and what you thought of it in

comparison with PyDS.

(btw nice to see you blogging again, I had almost given up! ;-)

Roberto Alsina / 2006-04-03 05:01:

Georg: I used PyDS API, I think (what's on /RPC2/weblog)

Taj: you know me, I am not precisely a steady fellow. I am blogging now because I have free time. I have free time, because I have money. When either of those runs out, blogging suffers ;-)

I hadn't heard of pyblosxom before! Reading the web page, I still don't understand how it works, either.

I mean, what interface do you have? Just editing files as in bloxsom?

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