Experimental IRC log happs-2008-07-19

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00:22:39<stepcut>sm: btw, you will also need http://src.seereason.com/HAppS/HAppS-Extra
01:39:28<stepcut>anyway, realpath is so useful, it blows my mind everything I try to run it, and it is not installed by default. It's like not having grep and sed installed by default :)
01:43:43<sm>I hear you.. there's a lot of things in that category.
02:15:58<stepcut>sm: also, you will need to modify the source to not call wdgHTMLValidator, and some other minor tweaks. That tutorial is a bit too bleeding edge.
02:22:02<sm>stepcut: it seems quite interesting, and I liked all your automation ideas. I'm not completely clear on how it is supposed to work
02:22:25<stepcut>sm: the makefile ? or happs-hsp-template ?
02:22:26<sm>when someone makes your project, should it start a happs+hsp server ?
02:22:48<stepcut>perhaps..
02:23:35<sm>I wasn't clear on why to get the tutorial locally and make it.. I tried it to see what would happen
02:23:43<stepcut>mostly it is there for me so that I can have a single set of sources from which I can (1) automatically generate a blog entry (2) extract the code into a standalone example template
02:24:19<stepcut>I should perhaps change it so that running, 'make' with no arguments tells you something useful to do. By default it just regenerates the .html file
02:24:53<stepcut>'make open', will, in theory, build the .html and the open it in firefox
02:25:25<stepcut>'make test' will start the server
02:25:44<stepcut>'make template' will extract a template you can use to build your own applications
02:27:01<stepcut>The real intention was that you would read the blog post online, and then just download the template directory, and never really see the way I generated the post and template directory. But I am not quite there yet in the technology. However, that is no reason not to post ;)
02:28:38<sm>ok. I have learned.. stuff. :)
02:28:41<stepcut>I need to figure out how to convert the .html into a format that blogger likes. Obeys the markup -- but also adds extra markup anywhere I have newlines in the source -- which I don't want. Though, I think the real fix is to stop using blogger, and finish my own software ;)
02:29:06<sm>are you using happs+hsp for something yet ?
02:29:28<sm>and thanks for the blog, very interesting
02:29:30<stepcut>nothing that is live. But soon.

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