Evan Martin (evan) wrote in evan_tech,
Evan Martin

my first bit of dynamic content

My website has been entirely static for years, but I just decided to hook in a little box showing recent commits directly on project pages.

How it works:
  1. darcs-log.rb, a simple script. darcs can output XML which isn't that bad with Ruby.
  2. <!--#exec '/path/to/darcs-log.rb projectname'-->
    in the HTML files.
    mod_include makes me feel so '90s web.
Unfortunately, I still have no visual sense.

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