Each Blosxom file must include `#date yyyy-mm-dd', or optionally the
longer `#date yyyy-mm-dd-hh-mm', a title (using the
directive), plus whatever normal content is desired.
The date directive is not used directly by pyblosxom.cgi or this program. You need to have the two additional items from the former section to make use of this feature.
There is a function called
muse-blosxom-new-entry that will
automate the process of making a new blog entry. To make use of it, do
muse-blosxom-base-directoryto the location that your blog entries are stored.
muse-blosxom-new-entryfunction to a key sequence. I use the following code to assign this function to C-c p l'.
(global-set-key "\C-cpl" 'muse-blosxom-new-entry)