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15.11.01

Here for you, in the /releases folder, the b2 converters, compressed as usual in 4 formats so you can pick your own.

Right now there are 'only' GreyMatter and Blogger converter scripts, but I plan on making NewsPro and MovableType converters as soon as I have these two installed and figured how they store the data.

How to use the converter ?
Download, unzip/rar/tar, upload it to your b2 folder, and call it. You only have to follow the instructions given there.
michel v @ 20:21:21 223
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Mark Howells - email - url
I've migrated a year's worth of daily journal entries into the b2 structure with about two minutes' work. What a bloody fantastic system.

Does anyone know how I can do a selective search and replace in journal posts, maybe directly with SQL? I want to replace a shitload of HTML tags which I don't want in the entries any more, as well as some PHP tags that I'd entered directly into the content while using Blogger. The tags have been replaced, which is screwing with some stuff in the archived entries....
16.11.01 @ 18:16:28 136

 

michel v - email - url
That's a good idea, I will make a search and replace feature then. Will see if I can release it as a hack for 0.5.1 in the meanwhile.
16.11.01 @ 21:56:36 289

 

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