Released new NanoBlogger version 2.5 today. It should probably be considered a milestone release, because it's the first versions that doesn't include my stupid getopt hack or anything else I wasn't sure about. This version features an enhanced command line interface, allowing for the title and name of a new entry to be set from the command line. Edit and delete options now require a specific blog entry's id that can be retrieved with the list option. And the build and rebuild options have been replaced by the update option. The update option now takes three different arguments: all, current, and main. Not to mention that the archiving code should be much more reliable. It's been tested on Debian Linux, Mac OS X, and SunOS. Have fun!
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