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Add support for importing from PostgreSQL-backed Movable Type sites. #224

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markstos commented Oct 31, 2015

Also, document the undocumented Movable Type importing options.

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Thank you! Can you please also investigate the Travis failure? If it's not due to your PR, just let me know.

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Thank you! Can you please also investigate the Travis failure? If it's not due to your PR, just let me know.

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I've updated the PR as suggested and done a force push.

The Travis failure is unrelated. It is due to to trying to test against Ruby 1.9.3, while Jekyll requires Ruby >= 2.0, so it appears the Ruby 1.9.3 tests will continue to fail dependably.

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I've updated the PR as suggested and done a force push.

The Travis failure is unrelated. It is due to to trying to test against Ruby 1.9.3, while Jekyll requires Ruby >= 2.0, so it appears the Ruby 1.9.3 tests will continue to fail dependably.

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just a note about defaults ^^

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parkr commented Nov 3, 2015

just a note about defaults ^^

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also, if you could rebase on the latest master. thank you! 🙏

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parkr commented Nov 3, 2015

also, if you could rebase on the latest master. thank you! 🙏

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OK, I've made some changes, checked them by re-running the importer, rebased the branch against origin/master, amended my commit and force-pushed my updated work back to my Github branch.

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OK, I've made some changes, checked them by re-running the importer, rebased the branch against origin/master, amended my commit and force-pushed my updated work back to my Github branch.

Add support for importing from PostgreSQL-backed Movable Type sites.
Also, document the undocumented Movable Type importing options.

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Thanks a lot, @markstos! It's been released in v0.9.0.

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parkr commented Nov 4, 2015

Thanks a lot, @markstos! It's been released in v0.9.0.

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