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JLJ is a simple client. It prompts the user for a subject and message body, and sends it off to their LiveJournal account. It also allows the user to postpone entries as well as make offline entries to be submitted later.

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Recent releases

  •  30 Jan 2006 15:42

    Release Notes: This version adds support for "tags" and minor bugfixes over 2.9 and 2.10.

    •  29 Jan 2006 00:08

      Release Notes: Support for "tags" was added.

      •  01 Jul 2004 04:46

        Release Notes: External formatters, such as "Markdown" are now supported for reformatting body text. Many command line options for listing user parameters are now available. User and password prompting are better handled now: they display properly, and turn off echo appropriately. The user can now also turn off email replies from the client. The autolinker and -f bugs were fixed again.

        •  30 Jan 2003 00:58

          Release Notes: Many improvements have been made to improve reliability including automatic retries of posting the events to the server, as well as the use of the "fast" servers if they are available to the user. Commandline entries, an autolinker, an "autodater", an automatic check to see if there is a new version on the server, and a few other features have been added. Many bugs including the 'flush' bug and the 'temporary file' bug have also been fixed.

          •  03 Apr 2002 05:38

            Release Notes: The command line parser is now more robust. Added the concept of "profiles", which you can choose at the time that you make your post. A profile can contain all of the configuration information (username, journal URL, posting settings, default text). Added the "backup" switch and a default "community" name to the configuration file. A few minor bugs have been fixed, including the "backdate" flag not being set, and the configuration and profile files not being read properly for the "checkfriends" functionality.


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