I did a little cleanup on the code for 750-to-org, so I went ahead and called it
0.2. I did some more testing, so unless 750 Words does something quite
unexpected, 750-to-org should just work.
I should probably set 750-to-org up so you can give it filenames as arguments,
but other than that, I can’t think of much else I’d want it to do. I could have
it verify that it’s putting entries in the right places, in case the exports are
processed out of order, but that just seems like more work than is necessary.
Unless someone complains about it, I’m just going to leave it.
I’ve neglected this blog, which I really shouldn’t have done. Well:
I must reiterate what I said in my last post: when adding tags, I should
definitely specify the revision I want to tag, because I keep making stupid
mistakes, tagging the wrong revisions.
That said, new project:
750-to-org. It’s just a
little python script to convert my 750 Words exports into a suitable format for
emacs org-mode. Nothing special, but I wanted it, so I figured I’d put it out
there in case anyone else might have a use for it. I did learn a little more
about datetime by doing it, too. I doubt I’ll ever remember the meanings of the
tokens for strftime, but at least I know it exists, now. It’s much cleaner that
the way I was going to produce the date strings.
I’ve got a python/sqlalchemy fanfiction database thing I’m making for my
personal use, but it’s far from being in a fit state for public consumption.
More on that later, perhaps.