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ljArchive 0.9.2 [Jun. 22nd, 2004|04:04 am]
LiveJournal Client Discussions


ljArchive now supports downloading/browsing/searching comments.  In a nutshell:

  • Added support for downloading/browsing/searching/exporting comments.

  • Added a new plugin that provides comment analysis, both how many comments received from each user and given to each user

  • Entries and comments both displayed in a single view, via the updated HTML template system.

  • Updated loading/saving code - new file format is about 35% smaller and loads approximately 6x faster than the old format.

  • Various bug-fixes from user feedback.
Here are some screenshots of the new functionality:The web site for downloading ljArchive is here.  Those of you with monster journals with 10,000 comments or more, are especially welcome to try this new version, and please let me know how it performs     :)

From: gadsounet
2004-06-23 05:23 pm (UTC)
I don't know if you are still interested by the LJBook PDF output.

I have updated the backend for XML files. (Comments should be well rendered (it wasn't the case before)).


Let me know if it's OK or not...
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[User Picture]From: fg
2004-06-23 06:06 pm (UTC)
Hi gads,

Of course I am interested! I heard your service is getting moved onto LiveJournal proper (congrats!), but I imagine that will lessen the need for ljArchive.

I tried the comments export and LJBook gave me blank PDF's. The error could be on my side - I'm not sure. I am going out of town but I'll check it out when I get back.

Keep up the good work with LJBook.
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From: gadsounet
2004-06-23 06:46 pm (UTC)
I think that ljArchive is still interesting (and will be)!
Once LJBook will be moved to LJ, you could just put a "create a PDF" button that would send directly the XML to LJ servers
IDs of unmodified posts and an XML with some entries modified to print.

I have unchecked some basic checks (like root_node==blogbooker).
Let me know...
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