[typo] How to add custom code & layout

Tobias Luetke tobias.luetke at gmail.com
Fri Apr 29 00:49:15 EDT 2005


I also highly recommend svk. It does exactly the same as the blog post
describes with just one command.

On 4/28/05, Sean Treadway <seant at superchannel.org> wrote:
> Hi Victor,
> 
> I had the same desire and have made a recipe to keep up-to-date with
> the Typo SVN.  There is a comment by Jeremy Kemper that you can also
> use svk to accomplish the same effect, but give this a try if you
> don't want to depend on svk.
> 
> http://sean.treadway.info/articles/2005/04/12/keeping-in-sync-with-typo
> 
> -Sean
> 
> On Apr 28, 2005, at 10:04 AM, Victor Jalencas wrote:
> 
> > Hi,
> >
> >  I have a question regarding the customization of my blog. I'd like
> > to keep current with the latest developments of typo, but don't
> > want to be reediting the code to apply my modifications every time
> > I synchronize with SVN head.
> >
> >  These customizations would include my own layout and stylesheet -
> > once I get to modifying them- but mostly my own tiny bits of code -
> > like the one that fetches the favicon of the commenters and puts it
> > next to their comments (you can see this working in my blog at
> > victor.carotena.net/weblog)
> >
> >  Is there a supported way, or better an API, that I haven't noticed
> > to implement plugins like that? My modifications certainly don't
> > interest most users, that's why I ain't submitting them as patches,
> > but perhaps would be useful to a handful if they were optional.
> >
> >
> > cheers,
> > Victor
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