Re: [Orgmode] HTML export and blogging to blogger.com

2010-11-12 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi Eric, On 2010-11-12, Eric S Fraga ucec...@ucl.ac.uk wrote: Sorry for hijacking the thread to some degree but I moved from Blogger to Wordpress because of the more open nature of the latter and I believe this fits with the philosophy of org. I don't think it's a hijacking; many will want to

[Orgmode] HTML export and blogging to blogger.com

2010-11-11 Thread Samuel Wales
I want to blog to blogger.com using org, but I am not yet up to trying org-googlecl.el. I will in the future, but don't want to go through the setup now. So I want to paste org-generated HTML into Blogger. But my first attempt did not work. I highlighted the region, exported to HTML, and

Re: [Orgmode] HTML export and blogging to blogger.com

2010-11-11 Thread Nick Dokos
Samuel Wales samolog...@gmail.com wrote: ... Also, org put the date (in two places) and the author in the generated HTML code. I don't want to export those, not even in the code. I looked for org-export-with- variables and did not find ones that matched. How do I prevent their export?

Re: [Orgmode] HTML export and blogging to blogger.com

2010-11-11 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi Nick, That did not work for me. I did this: (setf org-export-html-auto-postamble nil) (setf org-export-time-stamp-file nil) These are all nil. org-export-author-info org-export-email-info org-export-creator-info org-export-html-validation-link org-export-html-with-timestamp

Re: [Orgmode] HTML export and blogging to blogger.com

2010-11-11 Thread John Hendy
Hi Samuel, I've been blogging with org-mode for a while and like it a lot. Let's me keep my blog posts in an org file for retention but still provides a convenient way to post to html. See this page of the manual for getting rid of a lot of other stuff:

Re: [Orgmode] HTML export and blogging to blogger.com

2010-11-11 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi John, On 2010-11-11, John Hendy jw.he...@gmail.com wrote: #+options: author:nil email:nil I presume that this is the same as what I tried in elisp. That did not work. Thanks for your detail of your publishing routine. That helps me know what the state of the art is. It looks like org

Re: [Orgmode] HTML export and blogging to blogger.com

2010-11-11 Thread John Hendy
On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 5:18 PM, Samuel Wales samolog...@gmail.com wrote: Hi John, On 2010-11-11, John Hendy jw.he...@gmail.com wrote: #+options: author:nil email:nil That should be in your actual .org file. See below. I presume that this is the same as what I tried in elisp. That did

Re: [Orgmode] HTML export and blogging to blogger.com

2010-11-11 Thread Samuel Wales
Hi John, Well, I can try something I should have tried before. Unfill the region (which probably does not always work, but might work enough of the time) and then export the region. It does look like exporting the region can be done without any of the export- variables set. Then perl and a

Re: [Orgmode] HTML export and blogging to blogger.com

2010-11-11 Thread Nick Dokos
Samuel Wales samolog...@gmail.com wrote: That did not work for me. I did this: (setf org-export-html-auto-postamble nil) (setf org-export-time-stamp-file nil) These are all nil. org-export-author-info org-export-email-info org-export-creator-info