[TxMt] Blogging bunlde saving

Brett Terpstra brett at circlesixdesign.com
Thu Sep 28 02:35:34 UTC 2006

Actually, one of the things I love about blogging in TextMate is how
convenient it is to save and return to a post I'm working on...  I have all
of my templates set to add "Status: Draft" to the header to prevent it from
publishing early (before I get tags and other niceties attached).  I think
that every user is going to differ on how they use the blogging bundle...

A conflict does arise when I have a draft on my drive and I've published it
to my blog.  If I accidentally republish the one on my drive, it will
overwrite the old article with a new timestamp, changing my permalink and
messing up my Digg links.  Not much can be done about that, other than
manually deleting a file after publishing it, I think.


On 9/27/06 4:06 PM, "Helge Hartmann" <helge.hartmann at gmx.de> wrote:

> Hi!
> I really like the blogging bundle. It's amazing.
> But each time I close the window, I am asked to save the file. I
> think there are few, if at all, who save their blog entries as files.
> Wouldn¹t it be a better behavior to ask for post to blog? Also I
> naturally type apple+s, when I am finished. So, I added a copy of the
> post to blog command and associated this shortcut to it. Storing the
> file in this case seems similar to post it.  What do you think?
> Helge
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