quil

Zac Bir 2020-02-11T15:09:35.028400Z

No comments on the code, but I love the font choice for your blog. ๐Ÿ™‚

Zac Bir 2020-02-11T16:27:54.029100Z

Will go poking now, but do you have anything written up (or have you followed a guide elsewhere) for setting up your posts?

bill_tozier 2020-02-11T17:23:28.033900Z

Thank you. The font is Livory. As for setting up the posts, do you mean exporting and embedding the compiled js? I generally just drop into :optimized and make sure the project.clj is changed so that the compiled js is written to a specific filename rather than main.js, to avoid confusion with the :development version. Then I manually duplicate it into the blog assets directory, and make sure the sketch div is named correctly. Iโ€™ve considered trying to modify the whole quil clojure project somehow so that a single config variable can be set to change project.clj, index.html and core.cljs, but Iโ€™m currently on a tight schedule and havenโ€™t managed to work out how to execute code in project.clj ๐Ÿ™‚

2020-02-18T01:45:36.036Z

Nice sketches and presentation.

bill_tozier 2020-02-11T17:23:54.034Z

Oh, and the blog itself is a sinatra.rb app I wrote.

bill_tozier 2020-02-11T17:24:52.034600Z

I did write myself some reminders for embedding a quil sketch in a page here, too http://vaguery.com/words/exporting-a-quil-sketch

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Zac Bir 2020-02-11T19:49:05.035200Z

Thatโ€™s exactly what I was looking for ๐Ÿ˜„

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