What horror! Perl calling upon a Python script?! Have you gone
mad, sir?! Chuckle. I don't think he knows the
depth of my depravity. Here's a small taste.
P.S. This post was entered in Radio, extracted using a
batch file via some UserTalk, parsed using Perl, cleaned up by
tidy and a C program of my own design, transferred to intertwingly
using scp, and then ssh triggers unpacking on the destination site,
where a shell script takes over: invokes indexing using
Jakarta's Lucene, and then a python script pings weblogs.com and
blo.gs. The final product is viewable via three different
versions of blosxom.
Yup, I'm a sick puppy.
Ye gods, man! I'm afraid I'm going to have to expose your witchery to the village. Expect the pitchforks and torches to come knocking soon. :)
(Wow do I love seeing so many technologies glued together! :) )
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