[TxMt] Blogging bundle issues and questions
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Mon Aug 28 13:47:08 UTC 2006
Yeah, sorry this message hit the server well after I talked to Brad
about this stuff... it took nearly 5 hours for this message to show up
on the mailing list (is that normal?)
All of these issues have been resolved, including the last one which
was my mistake.
On 8/26/06, Brad Choate <bchoate at gmail.com> wrote:
> Garrett talked to me about these issues in the channel earlier today.
> See my notes below...
> On Aug 25, 2006, at 10:47 PM, Allan Odgaard wrote:
> > On 25/8/2006, at 18:16, G M wrote:
> >> The first, is that the blog setup suggests writing the endpoint
> >> URL as
> >> http://email@example.com, but usernames for my weblog app are email
> >> addresses, so this doesn't work (http://firstname.lastname@example.org@site.com
> >> obviously won't work) [...]
> > I added an URL-decoding step after extracting the username/
> > password. So with the latest version you should be able to use
> > http://email@example.com.
> Thanks -- I was going to do this myself, but you beat me to it!
> >> 1. It will say '--button1' in the field when it prompts you.
> > Is this posting, fetching, or both? I tried configuring an end-
> > point w/o a username but saw no irregularities.
> I fixed this issue not that long ago -- perhaps he has a build of TM
> that still has the bug.
> >> 2. It won't remember your username and will keep asking you (it does,
> >> however, remember you password).
> > It could pre-populate the string with the previous username. But it
> > should of course keep asking for it when no explicit name is set in
> > the post or the configuration.
> >> Now, it does allow you to connect, and that's great. However,
> >> there is
> >> an issue when posting/updating posts. While it does successfully post
> >> and update, it also ALWAYS errors. The first line becomes:
> >> 2006-08-25 12:07:00.341 open No such file:
> >> /Users/garrett/Library/Preferences/this_is_a_test_yep
> >> Now, the error is different depending on the user, setup, etc. But
> >> it's something like this. In this case, garrett is my username
> >> (obviously), and this_is_a_test_yep is the permalink for this post.
> >> What's causing this?
> > I have no idea. Does fetching also give that error?
> He was populating the permaLink element of the post structure without
> a full URL. That's something he said he would fix on his end.
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