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I Have Made Fire – I Coded in Perl with Regex!

ChaptersWe’re entering chapter 3 of my quest to provide chapter markers in the podcast. The original request was from Joe LaGreca but since I’ve started talking about it on the show, people have been coming out of the woodwork saying, “Yes, please!”

I have been working my little fingers and brain to the bone on this and I’ve figured out a really geeky solution. But first, let’s walk through what doesn’t work.

To review, I record the show in Hindenburg Journalist. I stop recording when I end each topic anyway, so it’s super easy to hit ⌘-control-enter to add a chapter and then type in the subject. The problem is that Hindenburg isn’t embedding those chapters on export. The dev and I have gone back and forth a few times and they seem to be saying that the chapters should be maintained, but they’re definitely not in the file.

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CCATP #419 Bart Busschots Pretty Markdown & HTML Links with TextExpander & Perl

Bart likes to give credit to the sites he references in his shownotes but the links get fairly clutterly. He wrote a very short (17 line) perl script and put it inside TextExpander to make pretty links instead. He wrote this for Markdown but since I like html better he created a version for html as well. He walks us through his detailed tutorial here: www.bartbusschots.ie/…. Then he tries to convince me that Markdown is awesome and html is dreadful. Listen along to see if he succeeds.

I mentioned an video tutorial series created by Richard Baker on TextExpander. Here’s a link to the one he did on embedding scripts into TextExpander: www.youtube.com/…


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