Blog tools.

Searching on terms 'blog editor linux' I found these somewhat outdated links Five Desktop Blog Editors for GNU/Linux Users and Five More Desktop Blog Editors for GNU/Linux Users

Having a list is better then having zillions google links.

* GNOME Blog Entry Poster

* Drivel Journal Editor

* BloGTK Blog Editor

* ScribeFire Firefox Extension

Modules I have to check

Modules:

* dhtml_menu

* extlink

* pagination

Themes:

* waffles

Firefox extensions I use atm

This is my list of Firefox extensions.

* CodeBurner for quick lookups for HTML and CSS

* Cooliris nice image wall

* CoolPreviews previews a link hoover

* DownThemAll a much better download manager

* DrupalForFirebug explains enough

* Ghostery for the paranoids among us

* Grab Them All for having full browser screenshots. Is a little arcane to use

* Pixel Perfect for overlaying a design on the development version

* Quick Translation

* SenSEO

* Session Manager for quickly switch browser tabs

grep your heart out

I'm still learning to use more command line options.

Today I wanted to apply Hide machine readable name of menu by default. so I had to search for the context around the drupal #attached_js form tag.

So I type man grep and search for context. And bly me there is an option :)

grep --context=4 -r "attached_js" *

Which is _cool_

Finally I can blog remotely

It took some time and effort to configure but now I found the time and annoyance to give it a try.

Well not quite. The gnome-blog-poster is way to simple. Anyway it works.

The annoyance today is about eclipse. I need eclipse integration with trac and it wasn't working on eclipse 3.4.

So I installed eclipse 3.5 which is the third installation of eclipse in 1 week time sigh. Enabled mylyn and downloaded the trac integration plugin.

Add Relations

Argument Node Created

Field Edit Comment Post Date

So much options with no javascript :)

Page Add Filter

Adding one of zillion filters (No javascript enabled browser)

Edit a view

When editing a view without javascript one get this.