I’m raising this here first in Dynamo-land because I’d like you fine folks to kick the tires before I tell the world. Also, you’re 100 times more likely to need this feature here!
If you use http://gist.github.com or http://pastie.org to share code, you may be familiar with their “embed” features. They give you a script tag to embed in your blog or whatever to embed a nice formatted version of some source code.
FreewayTalk now understands these scripts, and instead of escaping them the way it does all other random code snippets, it allows them to work the way they’re supposed to work.
Both services will be around until their respective owners decide to
go out of business, I guess. Pastie has been around for at least 4 or
5 years, Gist less long, but Github is the center of the Open Source
universe at the moment, so I think it’s quite safe there.
On Sep 21, 2010, at 9:38 PM, Dan J wrote:
That should make things easier.
Does either service expire the “code” after a certain amount of
time? Say 24 hours or 12 hours or once you paste it in there it