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OK, here are some updates. After taming the beast for two long years, I’m now slowly ditching emacs from my life.
# archers, don't struggle yourselves! sudo pacman -Rnsc $(pacman -Qdt emacs) # *ntoo users, don't lose opportunity cost regarding precious compiling time! sudo emerge -vC emacs && sudo emerge -avuDN @world && sudo emerge --depclean -a
Emacs doesn’t simply go out and we are done here. No, no, no. Rehab, guys. Org-mode was a fellow companion, now what? I even moved out of wordpress just to blog with org files. Orgmode is the most amazing to-do / organizing / planning / tracking tool I’ve ever used, however it is completely tied up to emacs.
The only thing we can do about that is to get all the knowledge and discipline that orgmode teached to us, and then move on.
And I moved on.
Asciidoc is not a replacement for markdown, but rather a full-featured text formatting tool — markdown is KISS.
I also found a nice tool to blog from an asciidoc file directly to WordPress; and it is called…blogpost, you are right. It was created by the same author of asciidoc, so you can probably conclude it is reliable.
OK, goodbye for now, till next time.
: now you realize this was useless, since I moved back to WordPress. But at least I learned some Hakyll and Haskell in the process.
: neither the other way around.
: not sure if it is really nice, but if you can see this footnote, then I can guarantee you the tool still works. Update: actually, the tool works indeed, but it doesn’t play nice with footnotes.