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Mark​Press

by rposbo ST2

Pushes the current active sublimetext file to a metaweblog compatible blog, optionally applying markdown

Details

  • 2012.09.19.07.36.05
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
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Readme

Source
raw.​githubusercontent.​com

Pushes the currently active SublimeText file to a metaweblog compatible blog

blog settings

Relies on a settings file called "sublimemarkpress.sublime-settings" using the structure:
{
    "xmlrpcurl": <URL to xml rpc endpoint>,
    "username": <username>,
    "password": <password>
}

tags

blog tags are optional at the top of the file in the structure:

title

blog title is the first line following that section; if it starts with “#” then it's assumed to be a markdown post

markdown

If the file “markdown2.py” from the awesome repo https://github.com/trentm/python-markdown2/tree/master/lib exists, markdown is enabled

usage

Currently, you need to copy this file into the sublimetext packages/user directory. Then on the file you wish to post press ctrl+' and type “view.run_command('publish')”

key mapping

Doesn't pass the “view”, so not sure how to do this correctly yet.