@greyor What are you going to? I currently run the site I’m doing off WordPress but would be super open to alternatives.
@greyor I mean not all Emacs users are Org users and ox-hugo has quirks of its own to deal with etc., but I just find managing all posts from a single file much easier lol.
@kaushalmodi the maintainer has been summoned, everyone hide! I think what I'm talking about is mostly from older versions, like summary, showToc, and TocOpen going into Hugo custom front matter in the drawer? I've seen update notes about some or all of this changing in the new versions, but I've been too busy being lazy to bring myself up to date :P
showtoc and tocopen parameters seem to be custom to your theme. So they would still go in HUGO_CUSTOM_FRONT_MATTER.
About summary, I have a page in the doc site on how to export that.
If you get to updating Hugo and ox-hugo to the latest versions, feel free to start a discussion (repo has a new Discussions section) showing an Org snippet of how you set all the front matter , and I may be able to provide some feedback.
Oh! And recently I started generating the changelog using the git log (and ever since, I am more disciplined in formatting my commit messages). So skimming through this may help you quickly discover the key breakages and new features: https://ox-hugo.scripter.co/doc/changelog/
And of course, the latest ox-hugo will have a lot fewer bugs if you haven't updated it in a while 😁
Ah! Sorry for all the noise with all these Org related posts then!
On the topic of learning #orgMode, you can easily reach the /proficiency/ of Markdown in Org in a few minutes to an hour.
But once you are in that world (especially if you are an #Emacs user) .. oh.. the possibilities are endless!!
@kaushalmodi not noise at all! I would like to learn for sure!
Thank you for your kind words and encouragement!
@ljwrites lol no but I love this. I haven't learned Org yet, so I'll probably tackle Markdown first. I like the idea though.
I love how our nerdiness intersects 😁🤓
@greyor No mufo who uses either Hugo or Emacs can escape the gravitational pull of my nerdery
Both? You're doomed
for basics, both markdown and org-mode are pretty straight-forward. (org-mode of course has lots of possible additional things you can do.)
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