Emacs Lisp: quick publishing of Emacs Lisp function to Internet
This is new Emacs Lisp function invented on 2019-07-15 that I am using to publish Emacs Lisp functions to Internet on my gnu.support website. It may not mean much to you as you are not using the PostgreSQL database for WRS or Website Revision System. If you do have a website, you could adapt this function to your own needs and quickly publish functions to Internet without thinking. Forget about those third party websites, just host yourself web pages.
This is the function that I am using to publish Emacs Lisp functions on this website gnu.support.
(defun wrs/publish-emacs-lisp-function (beg end) "Publishes the region as Emacs Lisp function on https://gnu.support/gnu-emacs/emacs-lisp/" (interactive (if (use-region-p) (list (region-beginning) (region-end)) (list (point-min) (point-min)))) (let* ((selection (buffer-substring-no-properties beg end)) (size (length selection))) (when (> size 0) (let* ((template 150) (category 9128) (area 317) (title (read-from-minibuffer "Title for Emacs Lisp function: ")) (filename (wrs/slug title)) (description (read-from-minibuffer "Description: ")) (keywords (read-from-buffer (generate-keywords (concat title description)))) (underline (string-join (seq-map '(lambda (a) "=") title))) (text (read-from-buffer "")) (footer (read-from-minibuffer "Final words: ")) (last-priority (wrs/category-last-priority category)) (new-priority (+ last-priority 10)) (elisp-function (wrs/markdown-pandoc-lisp selection)) (page (concat title "\n" underline "\n\n" description "\n\n" text elisp-function footer)) (sql (format "INSERT INTO pages (pages_area, pages_filename, pages_title, pages_description, pages_keywords, pages_priority, pages_categories, pages_content, pages_templates) VALUES (%s, '%s', %s, %s, '%s', %s, %s, %s, %s) RETURNING pages_id" area filename (sql-escape-string title) (sql-escape-string description) keywords new-priority category (sql-escape-string page) template)) (page-id (rcd-sql sql))) (message (prin1-to-string page-id))))))
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