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[Aug. 10th, 2000|02:23 pm]
From the ChangeLog:
- One-line patch from Damian Bickhoff to fix a line wrapping problem.
- Command-line-based posting.
- New GtkSpell fixes the shift-backspace bug! Hooray!

There are still some problems with GtkSpell, though.

Run lj --help for the command line information.

[User Picture]From: revjim
2000-08-11 06:57 am (UTC)

UNIX Spirit

In the true spirit of Unix, it would be nice if the command line options of Live Journal allow the Journal Entry text to be contained in a file (to be specified on the command line) or if an option could be given to read the entry text from STDIN.

This would allow me to type a journal entry in my favorite editor (vim), when finished hit a macro that will attach my systems uptime, the output of "ps -auwx" and "uname -a" and "fortune -o", generate a random subject line, send all of this in an email to myself, and my mother, ftp it to my web server ***AND*** post to live journal. And of course I could do all of this in C, Perl, Python, C++, PHP, bash, ksh, csh, tcsh, or var'aq. heh. Now that is the true spirit of UNIX.

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From: evan
2000-08-11 09:51 am (UTC)

Re: UNIX Spirit

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