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    It could be a bit more responsive, it’s pain to use on mobile. Otherwise very cool!

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      @isthatforreal thank you very much for your feedback! I knew it was pretty janky on mobile, but… I think I was just too lazy to read a couple responsive design tutorials :) I’ve gotten imgs and pre blocks to scale down correctly, so I think it’s a vastly better experience now on mobile.

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        Thank you for giving me another reason to give Janet a try.

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      Great manual pages for the grat codes I would say. Big up!

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        It looks excellent. I like the division into two phases. Looking forward to trying it.

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          For posterity, link to the website proper: https://bagatto.co

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              A link to a rendered version of the manual would be nice.

              Not that I’m looking to switch, but the feature I’d need would be feed generation. I suppose it would be straightforward to hook in some janet library that does this?

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                Half the time when I click the manual link it’s rendered :) it’s a sourcehut thing… I think when you click from the summary it isn’t, but from the file tree it is. Here’s the link.

                https://git.sr.ht/~subsetpark/bagatto/tree/refs/heads/master/MANUAL.md

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                To be honest I handle feed generation just as any other template: you can see it at https://chiselapp.com/user/subsetpark/repository/subsetpark/file?name=temple/feed.temple

                What sort of features would you expect to make that less manual?

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                  Half the time when I click the manual link it’s rendered :) it’s a sourcehut thing…

                  I was following the link from the README… Ok, so it’s a bit more subtle: when following the link from https://sr.ht/~subsetpark/bagatto/, it’s not rendered, while from https://git.sr.ht/~subsetpark/bagatto it is.

                  What sort of features would you expect to make that less manual?

                  That seems ok actually, thanks! I’d suggest including this in the README or Manual somehow, that someone who searches for “feed” can find this.

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                    I posted to the sourcehut mailing list about the rendering question. It might not be a bug, but it feels a little unintuitive.

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                what is bag in this line: code-src/bagatto/demo [master !] ⊕ bag index.janet ?

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                  bag is the name of the executable…. bagatto is the program.