I've just set up downloads and made release announcements on Launchpad
for the latest versions of xml-rpc.el (1.6.8) and weblogger.el (1.4.4).
The latest version of of xml-rpc.el (1.6.8) has just been
released. This release has been tested against Xemacs 21.4, Xemacs
21.5 as well as Emacs 22 and Emacs 23. xml-rpc.el implements a
Emacs-native XML-RPC client that is used by other libraries such as
jira.el, lisppaste.el, weblogger.el, etc. and can be used to develop
Emacs interfaces to other services that use XML-RPC as a protocol.
I'm pleased to announce the latest release of weblogger.el
(1.4.4). This release includes adds the ability to update multiple
weblogs at once and the ability to use a separate mode
(e.g. nxml-mode) to write the content of the post.
The latest release has been tested against both Xemacs and Emacs and
multiple weblog services including Blogger.com, Wordpress and
Wordpress.com, MovableType, and LiveJournal.
On 2010-03-05 20:01 +0000, Mark A. Hershberger wrote:
> The latest release has been tested against both Xemacs and Emacs and
> multiple weblog services including Blogger.com, Wordpress and
> Wordpress.com, MovableType, and LiveJournal.
I seem to recall that it is difficult to use it with blogger.com. How do
you do that?
It may be help if you strip your weblogger-config-alist of passwords and
Another bit that may help is evaling (setq xml-rpc-debug 10) and then
trying again. Check for any buffer names that start with “request-data”
and “response-data” and send them to me in private email after stripping
out any passwords.
Finally, it looks like you aren't subscribed to emacsweblogs and the
list rejects posts from non-subscribers. Could you sign up?
I was just about to wear my debuggers hat when I realized that this
is due to a small typo. I am pasting the corrected code, please
check-in into the repository. Note that it is just a misplaced
parenthesis that is causing the problem. You could also catch it if
you autoindent the function in the repository.