I write most of my documents (blog posts, documentation, recipes and so on) with Asciidoctor . Everything is organized in Git repositories.
So today I played with WSL2 and a Makefile to build all Asciidoctor files in a directory.
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What happened the last 18 months? I stayed with the theme I selected 2018, but I tweaked it a little bit. So I added
lunr to implement searching, changed all scripts and fonts from CDN to local (privacy and tracking), updated Bootstrap 3 to 4.
Working with Bootstrap was quite fun, I haven’t done a lot of
CSS the last years, but the grid and css classes from Bootstrap are working without checking each change on all browsers and are responsive.
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This time there was a technical issue during the recording and so there are only the slides available, but you can still watch the video of the Froscon talk: Froscon 13: Documentation with any Editor
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Most used means always most interesting for bad guys. Dynamic pages are slower and can contain more vulnerabilities than static pages (which Hugo generates). Hugo supports git, so I have version control in my posts and design. I can start a small web server locally and test the posts:
hugo server -D and the most convenient thing: I can use VIM for editing.
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