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MT migrator #238

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stmpjmpr commented Nov 19, 2010

I did this awhile back, but forgot to see if you wanted it. I pulled some data from MT that wasn't being pulled and added it to the front-matter, most notably the original date of the post (so that imported posts from the same day are ordered correctly in the Jekyll site). I also had MT posts in several formats and added support for those.

stmpjmpr added some commits Aug 5, 2010

Changed the date used by Jekyll to be the date the post was authored …
…on instead of the date it was created. If the latter is used on an imported post, it gets the import date instead of the date the post was originally written.
Now adding a "date" to the YAML front-matter of a post, based on the …
…original date the post was authored according to MT.
Swapping a '-' for the word separator for imported entries since that…
…'s the MT style, and I don't want to break existing permalinks.

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