tumblr-mode.el into your
load-path, then add following code
And you can also specify your tumblr settings in `~/.emacs', it's optional:
tumblr-emailregistered email in tumblr.com
tumblr-passwordregistered password in tumblr.com
tumblr-hostnamesthe group name you want to post
(setq tumblr-email "firstname.lastname@example.org" tumblr-password "yyy" tumblr-hostnames '("zzz.tumblr.com" "zzz.customize-domain.com"))
Notice: Tumblr API does not supply HTTPS connection neither v1 nor v2, so please make sure your network environment is safe, and take care your password at your own risk.
You can list all your regular posts by
M-x tumblr-list-posts in a
*tumblr-mode*, then you can view and edit them.
If you want to list posts by specified hostname, tag and state, call
C-u M-x tumblr-list-posts.
M-x tumblr-new-post and give it a title to create a new post.
You can also specify title, tags, etc. in the header of the post (as
octopress). For example:
-- title: one owesome article from tumblr-mode group: zzz.tumblr.com tags: tumblr-mode, emacs state: published -- blah...blah...
After that, run
M-x tumblr-save-post to submit your post to
Thanks and enjoy it.