Older blog entries for kaig (starting at number 9)

Wanted to hack on rcp.el or on documentation.el, but spent two hours reading news and Advogato, instead. Arf.

Try diary with preview and tags from Netscape.

Very good. So if I do preview first, then it breaks. So I mustn't use preview, then.

New paragraph, just for the heck of it.

Let's try it with <b>Preview</b> first.

This time, <code>Emacs/W3</code> and tags seemed to work. Was it the squid I was going through last time?

Test entry from Emacs/W3. Also with tags.

Test diary entry with HTML tags, from Netscape. I wonder if Emacs/W3 is doing something wrong?

Just posted my first reply, using Emacs/W3 as a Web browser. I tried out the `preview', saw that it looked wrong, then added a couple of `P' (and other) tags. And now the reply is completely b0rken, with the angle brackets showing and the ampersand and stuff. Ick! What did I do wrong?

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