PostXING plugin-TechnoratiTagger

TechnoratiTagger is a PostXING plugin that allows you create Technorati tags.


Extract the ZIP archive into the "plugins" subdirectory of PostXING’s install directory

To add Technorati tags at the end of a post, type tags separated by commas, and then press the "Paste" button. The history list show tags you’ve typed in the past.To add tag from the history list, double click on selected tag.

Download TechnoratiTagger plugin

Technorati Tags:  Technorati Tagger Tags Technorati Tagger Blogware Software Utility Tagging PostXING


3 Responses to “PostXING plugin-TechnoratiTagger”

  1. Chris Frazier
    1. March 2006 at 01:21

    That’s awesome! Just so you know, in v2 I have exposed a way to get at categories (thru a current post property) so this could be even more automated. That would be slick.

    I’ve got a couple of bugs to iron out before v2 beta, but it should be ready to go before too long.

    Thanks for creating such a useful plugin!

  2. Chris Frazier
    9. March 2006 at 06:07

    Hey, I was looking at the plugin directory after using this plugin and noticed that you are storing the history right in the plugin/install directory. This is okay if the user is running as admin (like me:) but if it’s just a regular user, there may be unexpected problems wrt permissions.

    A better idea (and one I use in PostXING) is to use a program-specific folder under the ApplicationData folder for storing read/write settings data. To get this user-specific folder, use Environment.GetFolderPath(Environment.SpecialFolder.ApplicationData)

    So, for example, if you wanted to store the history file in the same folder that PostXING uses, you would create a method like so:

    public static string GetUserPath() {
    string s = Path.Combine(Environment.GetFolderPath(Environment.SpecialFolder.ApplicationData), “PostXING”);
    if(!Directory.Exists(s)) Directory.CreateDirectory(s);

    return s;

    If you wanted to store it in a folder called TechnoratiTagger (an approach that I have used for plugins before), you would replace the string “PostXING” with “TechnoratiTagger” or wherever you wanted the config file to sit.

    Other than that, this is a really awesome plugin. I appreciate you taking the time to write it. Thanks!

  3. adventurer
    14. March 2006 at 20:13

    Thanks !
    I fix path issues in next version .

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