A Pyblosxom filestat plugin that caches the mtimes of your entries in a .mtimes.yaml file.
pyblosxommtimecache is a [PyBlosxom](https://pyblosxom.github.io/) filestat
plugin that caches your entries mtimes in a
.mtimes.yaml file in your
The first time it sees each new blog entry, pyblosxommtimecache will add the
entry’s mtime to the
.mtimes.yaml file. It then makes PyBlosxom use these
cached mtimes as the mtimes of your blog entries, instead of using the mtimes
of the files themselves.
This means that if you edit an entry its mtime won’t change and it won’t jump
to the top of your blog. It also means that PyBlosxom isn’t doing costly
os.stat() calls on every entry file every time it renders a page.
pyblosxommtimecache will automatically create the
.mtimes.yaml file for you
the first time it runs.
.mtimes.yaml file is a simple [YAML](http://yaml.org/)-formatted text
file. If you want to change the mtime of an entry you can just edit this file
by hand. If an entry is deleted from the file, or if the entire file is
deleted, it’ll just be regenerated using the current mtimes of your entry
Install the pyblosxommtimecache package from pip:
pip install pyblosxommtimecache
Then add it to the
load_plugins setting in your
py[“load_plugins”] = [“pyblosxommtimecache.mtimecache”]