Whilst the built-in page creator (called via posts new) is likely sufficient for standard blog entries, it could be a great helper for some special post types, like photo publishing. E. g. when I publish the photo to my blog, I really want to run smth like posts new_image ~/Images/Vacation/123456.jpg 'Crocodile eats my leg' and yield the scaffolded markdown with link to image, an alternate text etc. Plus I want the original file to be resized to, say, 500px wide, watermarked, blackjacked and whored (and put to /media folder within all the thumbnails).
posts new_image ~/Images/Vacation/123456.jpg 'Crocodile eats my leg'
Or I may want to run posts publish_new to minimize FTP/SCP traffic.
To accomplish the task I have an amount of plugins, extending base ruhoh posts functionality, written. Now the problem is that the infrastructure is not ready to load those plugins within ruhoh executable. The patch below is to support plugins, having monkeypatched Ruhoh::Resources::Pages::Client with Help_WHATEVER const defined as well as respective methods.
Given an ability to provide own page creators for specific page types…
… (e.g. image is being produced slightly different from normal page: it’s being copied to /media folder, cropped if necessary, scaled to thumbs etc.) via plugins.
Support for title in scaffold template.
Support for different scaffold templates.
Shadowing of unused(?) id variable is now resolved. Do we really need…
Filename and Title retriever is moved to a separated func.
Paginator is now intelligent.
Use html5 figures in place of images.
Sorry I haven't commented on this. Thank you for sharing your customizations! I will have to study your work to understand the problem better and we can try to implement it into core or at least make a nice official plugin for it!
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