Thingamablog Templates And Freenet 0.5
Recently I wrote about a project Modifying Thingamablog For Freenet 0.5 and while I have not yet been able to solve the puzzle of how to make the needed mods for the current version of Thingamablog, I have run into a problem with the templates.
Thingamablog uses tags within the templates that need to be converted into the final urls for each of the various pages within a blog. For example, every occurance of <$BaseURL$> in the template will be replaced with the BaseUrl of the blog. i.e. http://blog.domain.com
There are several of these tags:
They present a problem when inserting the blog into freenet however because in order to do that, the BaseUrl has to be #$#ps.key;/#$#e:ps.ednum;//, which the Freesite Insertion Wizard (FiW) will replace with the correct /SSK@publickeyvalue/edition-number//
The problem is that this only works for the index.html page of the blog. I need to find a way to convince FiW to parse all of the .html pages in the blog instead of just the index. This is needed in order for the different pages of the blog to work within freenet.
I’d appreciate input from Freenet 0.5 users or Thingamablog users on ways to get the themes that are distributed with Thingamablog to work properly for freenet blogs (flogs)
I’d really like to get this off the ground because publishing within freenet is a great way to be able to distribute material that would otherwise be subject to censorship and Thingamablog is a great tool for creating and formatting the flog (freenet blog) before it is published.
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