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Looks like Xpostulate is what I want...

Digging around I found Xpostulate which works on Mac, Linux, and Windows. Better still it works on the netbook once it's all set up. And it supports a buttload of servers including DreamWidthamongst others.

The downside is that it doesn't store the entries in any way, it is tough to configure on the netbook due to the size of the screen, and it doesn't have a post-to-all button. But those are fairly minor.

Check it out:

http://www.baldwinsoftware.com/xpost.html




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tonytraductor
Nov. 22nd, 2010 10:01 pm (UTC)
saving entries
You can save the text of an entry as a text file.
I've been meaning to implement saving an xml file, which will save all the other variables/parameters (music, tags, etc.).
it's just a matter of writing that in, not a difficult piece of code, just need to find my rountuit...

Hmmm..."post-to-all" button...there's an idea...

What I really think I need to implement, besides adding blogger posting, is downloading entries, so one can edit them in xpostulate, and repost them.
At this juncture, it just sends them up, of course.
nimitzbrood
Nov. 22nd, 2010 10:08 pm (UTC)
Re: saving entries
What I meant by storing them was something like the database MacJournal uses.

It wasn't a criticism mind you just a comment. :-)
tonytraductor
Nov. 22nd, 2010 10:28 pm (UTC)
Re: saving entries
Perhaps I should look at this MacJournal.
A friend of mine here, catness, and on DW wrote a client in php that crossposts, too. I think the gui was not as "intuitive" or "user friendly" as xpostulate, but I believe it had more features.
I had trouble installing hers, though. (so I wrote my own in tcl!)
Criticism, comment...constructive feedback, either way.
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