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  • Blog Post: Markdown Part 4 - Outlining

    This is part of the "Markdown mode" series : Part 3.5 - Posted on the VS Gallery Part 3 - A live tool window previewer Part 2 - Writing a classifier Part 1 - Markdown! A few nights ago, around midnight, I was in that I'm-pretty-tired-but-too-tired-to-fall-asleep-now state, and so decided...
  • Blog Post: Reader poll - How should I organize my blog posts?

    Here's a question for everyone: Since switching over to using Markdown for writing my blog, I've been pretty happy with the overall workflow: I use an existing post as a template, often the source for my general page on all my extensions , since that contains links for everything (I'm also...
  • Blog Post: Markdown Part 3.5 - v0.1 posted on VS Gallery

    This is part of the "Markdown mode" series : Part 3 - A live tool window previewer Part 2 - Writing a classifier Part 1 - Markdown! I'm in a jolly mood, having just bought a new sofa and chair at IKEA and getting rid of my old one (it was the nastiest piece of furniture in the entire...
  • Blog Post: Markdown Part 3 - A Live Tool Window Previewer

    This is part of the "Markdown mode" series : Part 2 - Writing a classifier Part 1 - Markdown! Well, this part ended up being both easier and considerably harder than I expected, depending on how you look at it. First, the obligatory screenshot: Easy stuff! So the...
  • Blog Post: Markdown Part 2 - Writing a Classifier

    Note: I started writing this about two months ago, and a lot has changed since then. Jeff Atwood released a C# port of the Markdown script (well, a cleaned up version of another C# port of a PHP port, to be exact) called MarkdownSharp (it's on google code here ). This saved me the trouble of porting...
  • Blog Post: Markdown!

    For awhile I've been searching for a better workflow for writing my blog. Using the community server interface online interface is pretty awful, though even good online interfaces aren't that great. You can't really overestimate the value of using the editor you are familiar with for writing more than...
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