Got my cool new account today!
A little bit of Vim, vim-wiki, and some symbolic links later, and I can write all my stuff in Vim and have it posted on the interwebs. Neat!
Come to think of it, I ought to be able to have Vim automagically compile this text to html (
:VimwikiAll2HTML) upon writing of the file. Right?
Ok, let's test this, if it works, I'm more brilliant than Paula.
autocmd BufWrite *.wiki call VimwikiAll2HTML
Will it work? No it didn't... :( How about now?
Trying again... Nothing?
How about now?
Did I overcomplicate it?
autocmd BufWrite *.wiki VimwikiAll2HTML is all that is needed!
\\o o// \o/ \o\ /o/ \o/ \o/
I do however think I need to re-think this... perchance I should expose the entire wiki to the web? Otherwise every day would at most contain one, very long, very mixed post of a bunch of unrelated things.
Of course that could be charming, but not really good for finding stuff I might want to find again later. :S
Ok, here goes...
Well that was certainly unexpectedly easy... :O
Everything is ok, 'cept for everything being ok...