Looking for a simple git-based blog system. I.E., “git push” and the stuff in the repo turns into some static content at the remote.
I’m thinking something that is triggered by a commit hook or some such, ideally turning markdown into markup, although I could deal with HTML in the repo if necessary.
Considering writing the whole thing myself but figured I’d ask just in case I don’t have to :)
Decided to give Hugo a shot, thanks for all the suggestions!
Found this tutorial that looks pretty good in case anyone else is looking for such a thing:
@h maybe you can help me out with something that I think might be Go-specific?
Working on the server-side of the deployment and I get:
"Error: Error copying static files: chtimes <private details>, operation not permitted" during the hugo command.
Of course it works with sudo, but that's not cool :)
I've confirmed that the user is in the right group, and that the directory permissions are cool, etc. (cp, mkdir all work) but I'm not sure what "chtimes" is trying to do?
--noTimes flag did it :)
@jjg Should be able to 'touch' though. Baffles me.
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