17 May 2015
seems i got it too work. i needed a faster way to create posts with a simple command on the command line:
_post.txt file i can define the yaml front matter for the specific post and the rakefile takes care of the title and date of the post and generates the file inside
_config.yml i add the lines:
i can add different tasks for different post types which could have different front matter if needed. booya.
oh yeah, i could start using Octopress, cus it’s awesome but i’m trying my own ways first, aight…
06 Apr 2015
so… basically this is it:
- make sure u have
node_modules in your
- set markdown syntax to
kramdown in your
npm install to grab all dependencies from your
gulp to open up
localhost:3000 and start editing what u need
- if all is ok, just commit to the repo and sync.
if you have all repos saved locally and up-to-date (that is, working on one comp), then u don’t need to install gulp locally every time. branches are easy since they work on the same files. tadaa.
20 Apr 2014
You’ll find this post in your
_posts directory - edit this post and re-build (or run with the
-w switch) to see your changes!
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