Lisppaste is a fully-featured pastebot that provides a Web interface to submit pastes, and announces the URL the paste is stored at to a channel of your choice. It features multiple channel support, paste annotation support, persistent pastes, a Web interface to the list of pastes in the system, RSS support in short and full varieties, XML-RPC support, and direct linking to meme IRC logs.
|Tags||Communications Chat IRC Internet Web Dynamic Content|
Release Notes: The largest user-visible changes in 2.3 are pagination on the paste index page, colorization, and support for pastes which do not involve an IRC channel. This last change makes lisppaste a suitable replacement for other paste bin services, with the advantages of XML-RPC support, annotations, persistent pastes, and more.
Release Notes: This version features XML-RPC support, which allows pasting to lisppaste directly from Emacs. In addition, RSS generation has been improved (and the option added for channel-specific RSS and listings), and the new paste form will default to a particular channel if the name of the channel follows the URL with a slash. The speed of new pastes has been improved.
No changes have been submitted for this release.