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Gemini & Titan mode
Note: This needs Elpher 2.8. Maybe you need to get the latest version from the author's repository for it to work.
Once you have all three packages installed, use
e to edit a Gemini
page on a site that has Titan enabled. Use
C-c C-c to save.
elpher-gemini-tokens to set passwords, tokens, or whatever
you need in order to edit sites.
The known sites that have Titan enabled:
- The Transjovian Council and all it's wiki spaces
If you're installing all three packages from source, here's an example of how to set it all up:
(add-to-list 'load-path "/home/alex/src/elpher") (autoload 'elpher "elpher" "Gopher and Gemini client" t) (add-to-list 'load-path "/home/alex/src/gemini.el") (autoload 'gemini-mode "gemini-mode" "Gemini Mode" t) (add-to-list 'load-path "/home/alex/src/gemini-write") (autoload 'elpher-edit "gemini-write" "Edit a Gemini page." t) ;; make sure "e" can be used to edit raw pages (eval-after-load "elpher" '(load-library "gemini-write"))
gemini-write can pull tokens from the
elpher-gemini-tokens alist, or from the
auth-source library. A gemini-write token entry in ~/.authsource should contain the host and the port, which by default is 1965, along with the token in the
password field, like this:
machine example.com port 1965 password example-password