XPost is a program for crossposting to multiple blogging services at the same time.
XPost was inspired by the Crosspost project, but is itself completely seperate.
XPost is written in C# Mono-Gtk#. It should thus work on both Windows and Linux given the appropriate libraries are installed.
There are several ways to run XPost on Windows.
- Just use the installer. This is the simple way if you want it to Just Work.
- If you have .Net installed, you can simply install the Gtk# runtime.
With the Gtk# libraries installed, XPost can be invoked by simply double clicking its icon.
(Note, the installer needs to be run as an administrator).
- Use the mono runtime
(or the experimental runtime).
If you want to use this option, I'm sure you can figure out how (Note: the experimental runtime is necessary for the preview feature to work on windows as of 1 Mar 2007)
- Install Mono and Gtk# in the way appropriate for your architecture.
- Extract the zip to an equally appropriate directory.
- Run "mono XPost.exe" from a shell in your favorite X server.
Follow the linux instruction...? I don't really know. I don't have an OSX box to check.
Coming sooner or later