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chronicle-spooler - Automatically post pre-written entries.


  Path Options:
   --config         Specify a configuration file to read.
   --spool-dir      Specify where pending entries are located.
   --live-dir       Specify where the entries should be moved to.
  Post-Spool Commands:
   --post-move   Specify a command to execute once entries have been moved.
  Optional Features:
   --test        Only report on what would be executed.
  Help Options:
   --help        Show the help information for this script.
   --manual      Read the manual for this script.


  chronicle-spooler is a companion scrip to the chronicle blog compiler.
  It is designed to facilitate posting new entries automatically upon
 particular dates.  (ie. If you have ten written blog entries in a spool
 directory it will move them into place upon the date you've specified.)


  To specify the date a particular entry should be made live you
 must add another pseudo-header to your blog entry files, as follows:

    Title:  This is the title of the blog post
    Date:  2nd March 2007
    Publish: 15th April 2008
    Tags: one, two, three, long tag
    The text of your entry goes here.

  In this example we know that this entry will be made live upon the
 15th April 2008, and not before.




Copyright (c) 2008-2010 by Steve Kemp. All rights reserved.

This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. The LICENSE file contains the full text of the license.

2021-01-05 perl v5.32.0