|October 29th, 2009|
|tech, programming [html]|
I'd been typing this in by hand, but today I decided to automate this. It turns out emacs supports the unix<a name="2009-10-29"></a><h3>Thursday October 29 2009:</h3> <div class="pt"> <h3></h3> </div>
datesyntax, so my dates become something like "
%Y-%m-%d" and "
%A %B %d %Y:". Very handy. The rest is just inserting characters:
So now I can just do "M-x start-news-entry" and not delay my urgent news-thoughts with mindless formatting. Yay.(defun start-news-entry () (interactive) (insert (format-time-string " <a name=\"%Y-%m-%d\"></a><h3>%A %B %d %Y:</h3>")) (newline) (insert " <div class=\"pt\">") (newline) (newline) (insert " <h3></h3>") (newline) (newline) (newline) (insert " </div>") (newline))
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