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999ee211 — Bryce Vandegrift Fixed more naming issues 7 months ago
                                                                                
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<rss version="2.0">
	<channel>
		<title>Bryce Vandegrift's Blog</title>
		<description>Updates to Bryce Vandegrift's blog.</description>
		<language>en-us</language>
		<link>https://brycevandegrift.xyz/rss.xml</link>
		<link href="https://brycevandegrift.xyz/rss.xml" rel="self" type="application/rss+xml"/>
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<item>
<title>New Blog</title>
<guid>https://brycevandegrift.xyz/blog/new-blog/new-blog.html</guid>
<link>https://brycevandegrift.xyz/blog/new-blog/new-blog.html</link>
<pubDate>Mon, 29 Nov 2021 22:07:54 -0600</pubDate>
<description>
<h1 id="new-blog">New Blog</h1>
<p>Recently, I have been working on a new blog system that takes Markdown and converts it into a very simple HTML page as well as an RSS feed. The blog system is written entirely in POSIX shell and is around 100 lines of code.</p>
<p>If succesful, it should generate a blog page, an RSS feed, as well as a rolling blog index page. The only downside is that it requires Pandoc which isn’t that small of a package, but it makes making blog posts a lot easier to write as I can write in Markdown instead of HTML.</p>
<p>I based some of it from Luke Smith’s blog script <a href="https://github.com/LukeSmithxyz/lb">here</a>. I have added a few querks of my own and I also plan to greatly expand on it in the future.</p>
</description>
</item>
</channel>
</rss>