Apr. 11th, 2010

tonybaldwin: tony baldwin (Default)
I have made some minor alterations to the Xpostulate graphical user interface, moving the posting options from buttons at the bottom of the interface, after the text area, to the top, in the area where other parameters are set. There is an entry for choosing which journal to publish to (ie. your or a community), and a menu item for choosing which site.
It's probably best to post to flat-posting sites, first, then to the xml sites, since posting via xmlrpc will convert "<" and "&" in the post (of course, there is a "convert tags" option in the "edit" menu that will change them back/forth".
I also moved the tweeting/denting feature to the bottom of the interface, and rearranged the top area in which posting data/props/parameters are set, a bit, to make things look a bit neater.

Xpostulate: xposting blog/microblog client
here's a screenshot


(recall, you can change the colors, of course...I just chose these because they look goog on the Xpostulate page and Lj and DW communities...)



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tonybaldwin: tony baldwin (Default)
Happily, I have fixed tweeting and denting with Xpostulate so that it is now down with Tcl's own HTTP library.
What this means is, it does not call the external tool, cURL, so that Windows users will not need to install cURL for Windows to use the dent/tweet feature.

Xpostulate is now 100% Tcl, with no need to call external resources.

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