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Update third-party.md #172

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daveaseeman commented Dec 5, 2014

Added my version of ngauthier's importrb. Its a more basic approach that ignores comments and other types like pages, templates, etc. But it takes another step to turn posts into markdown files instead of html files.

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Added my version of ngauthier's importrb. Its a more basic approach that ignores comments and other types like pages, templates, etc. But it takes another step to turn posts into markdown files instead of html files.
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I should replace:

"It is more lean (exluding comments and any "type" besides a "post") but it will create markdown files instead of html files."

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"It accepts an xml file from any blog (not just blogger) but does not include support for comments or drafts. It also converts the html files into markdown files."

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daveaseeman commented on 683c3da Dec 5, 2014

I should replace:

"It is more lean (exluding comments and any "type" besides a "post") but it will create markdown files instead of html files."

with:

"It accepts an xml file from any blog (not just blogger) but does not include support for comments or drafts. It also converts the html files into markdown files."

@parkr parkr merged commit 683c3da into jekyll:master Dec 29, 2014

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