Gemini Gemtext blog engine and to HTML + Markdown converter
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# Retrieve meta data of a given blog post. Generate new meta info if not yet exists.
atomfeed::meta () {
local -r gmi_file_path="$1"; shift
local -r meta_file=$($SED 's|gemtext|meta|; s|.gmi$|.meta|;' <<< "$gmi_file_path")
log VERBOSE "Generating meta info for post $gmi_file_path"
local -r meta_dir=$(dirname "$meta_file")
if [[ ! -d "$meta_dir" ]]; then
mkdir -p "$meta_dir"
fi
if [ ! -f "$meta_file" ]; then
# Extract first heading as post title.
local title=$($SED -n '/^# / { s/# //; p; q; }' "$gmi_file_path" | tr '"' "'")
# Extract first paragraph from Gemtext
local summary=$($SED -n '/^[A-Z]/ { p; q; }' "$gmi_file_path" | tr '"' "'")
# Extract the date from the file name.
local filename_date=$(basename "$gmi_file_path" | cut -d- -f1,2,3)
local date=$($DATE --iso-8601=seconds --date "$filename_date $($DATE +%H:%M:%S)")
cat <<META | tee "$meta_file"
local meta_date="$date"
local meta_author="$AUTHOR"
local meta_email="$EMAIL"
local meta_title="$title"
local meta_summary="$summary. .....to read on please visit my site."
META
git::add meta "$meta_file"
return
fi
cat "$meta_file"
git::add meta "$meta_file"
}
# Retrieve the core content as XHTML of the blog post.
atomfeed::content () {
local -r gmi_file_path="$1"; shift
log VERBOSE "Retrieving feed content from $gmi_file_path"
# sed: Remove all before the first header
# sed: Make HTML links absolute, Atom relative URLs feature seems a mess
# across different Atom clients.
html::fromgmi < <($SED '/Go back to the main site/d' "$gmi_file_path") |
$SED "
s|href=\"\./|href=\"https://$DOMAIN/gemfeed/|g;
s|src=\"\./|src=\"https://$DOMAIN/gemfeed/|g;
"
}
# Generate an atom.xml feed file.
atomfeed::generate () {
local -r gemfeed_dir="$CONTENT_BASE_DIR/gemtext/gemfeed"
local -r atom_file="$gemfeed_dir/atom.xml"
local -r now=$($DATE --iso-8601=seconds)
log INFO "Generating Atom feed to $atom_file"
assert::not_empty now "$now"
cat <<ATOMHEADER > "$atom_file.tmp"
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<feed xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom">
<updated>$now</updated>
<title>$DOMAIN feed</title>
<subtitle>$SUBTITLE</subtitle>
<link href="gemini://$DOMAIN/gemfeed/atom.xml" rel="self" />
<link href="gemini://$DOMAIN/" />
<id>gemini://$DOMAIN/</id>
ATOMHEADER
while read -r gmi_file; do
# Load cached meta information about the post.
source <(atomfeed::meta "$gemfeed_dir/$gmi_file")
# Get HTML content for the feed
local content="$(atomfeed::content "$gemfeed_dir/$gmi_file")"
assert::not_empty meta_title "$meta_title"
assert::not_empty meta_date "$meta_date"
assert::not_empty meta_author "$meta_author"
assert::not_empty meta_email "$meta_email"
assert::not_empty meta_summary "$meta_summary"
assert::not_empty content "$content"
cat <<ATOMENTRY >> "$atom_file.tmp"
<entry>
<title>$meta_title</title>
<link href="gemini://$DOMAIN/gemfeed/$gmi_file" />
<id>gemini://$DOMAIN/gemfeed/$gmi_file</id>
<updated>$meta_date</updated>
<author>
<name>$meta_author</name>
<email>$meta_email</email>
</author>
<summary>$meta_summary</summary>
<content type="xhtml">
<div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
$content
</div>
</content>
</entry>
ATOMENTRY
done < <(gemfeed::get_posts | head -n $ATOM_MAX_ENTRIES)
cat <<ATOMFOOTER >> "$atom_file.tmp"
</feed>
ATOMFOOTER
# Delete the 3rd line of the atom feeds (global feed update timestamp)
if ! diff -u <($SED 3d "$atom_file") <($SED 3d "$atom_file.tmp"); then
log INFO 'Feed got something new!'
mv "$atom_file.tmp" "$atom_file"
git::add gemtext "$atom_file"
else
log INFO 'Nothing really new in the feed'
rm "$atom_file.tmp"
fi
}