I’m taking this time to clean up the stuff I have, and I have decided to put in a bit better shape my blog.
I’m quite a bit tired of jekyll, the part of using ruby never convinced me, and documentation sucked, so I decided to move to Hugo.
Just in case you are wondering why documentation sucked, it’s because content is all mixed, pro tip:
Anyway, the process has been kind-a terrible, because hugo’s docs are,… well, they hold more information but they are also completely mixed, getting started has a full reference of the documentation, it doesn’t hold you by the hand on how to build a site… There are tons of things that I have been looking at examples just to be able to pinpoint them.
Few things that I need to remember for the future:
New posts can be created with for example:
hugo new post/2020/03/21/from-jekyll-to-hugo.md
When creating posts with images, because output will be a folder, they need to already be a folder by themselves:
hugo new post/2020/03/21/from-jekyll-to-hugo/index.mdfor this one for example
Not all themes support everything. Hugo seems like it has been extended in several ways through themes that do crazy stuff
Now I am trying to create a pre-commit hook to update the website whenever needed