#dev 2024-06-16

2024-06-16 UTC
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pcarrier[d]
what blows my mind with zed is how good the other tools comparatively.
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thepaperpilot
aren't all of those benchmarks crazy slow? 60 fps is 16ms, which I'd expect a text browser to be able to handle
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[tantek]
what is tidy
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Loqi
tidy is a library which you can use to cleanup malformed HTML before parsing it for microformats for typical IndieWeb use-cases; it’s available in most PHP setups, but you may have to explicitly enable it in your php ini or phprc (depending on your webhost) https://indieweb.org/tidy
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gRegor
indiebookclub supports the new client metadata now https://github.com/indieweb/indieauth/issues/133
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Loqi
[preview] [aaronpk] #133 Update client information discovery method
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aaronpk
Whoa amazing hope it wasn't too difficult!
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gRegor
Quite easy! thanks for the pointers with your diff
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gRegor
Need to update my server, but the fallback it has is working ok for me. It shows just the domain name and links to the JSON file.
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GWG
I need to get to mine.
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GWG
But I only do server, so...
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[KevinMarks]
Does PHP still need tidy? Is there an HTML5 compliant parser to use?
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gRegor
Modern tidy is HTML5 compliant
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capjamesg[d]
I have been doing some benchmarking on my site generator. It can generate 292884 pages in < 2:30.
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[tantek]
gRegor that's great! I had a bunch of one-off parameters I feed to to tidy to handle "common" HTML5isms in h2vx. Maybe I don't need those any more
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capjamesg[d]
What is local development?
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Loqi
local development is (or local dev, local dev setup) the practice of having a version of your site on your local machine like a laptop that you can use for development purposes, even when offline https://indieweb.org/local_development
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capjamesg[d]
local development << {{capjamesg}} describes his website build process, including his local setup and the code behind it, in [https://jamesg.blog/2024/06/16/website-build-process/ My (new) website build process].
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Loqi
ok, I added "{{capjamesg}} describes his website build process, including his local setup and the code behind it, in [https://jamesg.blog/2024/06/16/website-build-process/ My (new) website build process]." to the "See Also" section of /local_development https://indieweb.org/wiki/index.php?diff=95848&oldid=78092
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