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feat: upgrade to 0.14

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Karan Sharma 3 months ago
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  1. 4
      Makefile
  2. 153
      config.toml
  3. 2
      netlify.toml
  4. 0
      old.config.toml
  5. 4
      templates/base.html
  6. 30
      templates/index.xml

4
Makefile

@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
.PHONY: build serve
serve:
zola serve
docker run -u "$(id -u):$(id -g)" -v `pwd`:/app --workdir /app -p 8080:8080 -p 1024:1024 balthek/zola:0.14.0 serve --interface 0.0.0.0 --port 8080 --base-url localhost
build:
zola build
docker run -u "$(id -u):$(id -g)" -v `pwd`:/app --workdir /app balthek/zola:0.14.0 build

153
config.toml

@ -1,28 +1,159 @@
# The URL the site will be built for
# The base URL of the site; the only required configuration variable.
base_url = "https://mrkaran.dev"
# The site title and description; used in feeds by default.
title = "Karan Sharma"
description = "Ramblings on tech, cycling, and finance"
# Whether to automatically compile all Sass files in the sass directory
# The default language; used in feeds.
default_language = "en"
# For overriding the default output directory `public`, set it to another value (e.g.: "docs")
output_dir = "public"
# When set to "true", the Sass files in the `sass` directory in the site root are compiled.
# Sass files in theme directories are always compiled.
compile_sass = false
# Whether to do syntax highlighting
# Theme can be customised by setting the `highlight_theme` variable to a theme supported by Zola
highlight_code = true
highlight_theme = "boron"
# When set to "true", the generated HTML files are minified.
minify_html = false
# Whether to build a search index to be used later on by a JavaScript library
build_search_index = false
# A list of glob patterns specifying asset files to ignore when the content
# directory is processed. Defaults to none, which means that all asset files are
# copied over to the `public` directory.
# Example:
# ignored_content = ["*.{graphml,xlsx}", "temp.*"]
ignored_content = []
# When set to "true", a feed is automatically generated.
generate_feed = false
# The filename to use for the feed. Used as the template filename, too.
# Defaults to "atom.xml", which has a built-in template that renders an Atom 1.0 feed.
# There is also a built-in template "rss.xml" that renders an RSS 2.0 feed.
feed_filename = "atom.xml"
generate_feed = true
feed_filename = "index.xml"
# The number of articles to include in the feed. All items are included if
# this limit is not set (the default).
# feed_limit = 20
# When set to "true", files in the `static` directory are hard-linked. Useful for large
# static files. Note that for this to work, both `static` and the
# output directory need to be on the same filesystem. Note that the theme's `static`
# files are always copied, regardless of this setting.
hard_link_static = false
# The taxonomies to be rendered for the site and their configuration of the default languages
# Example:
# taxonomies = [
# {name = "tags", feed = true}, # each tag will have its own feed
# {name = "tags"}, # you can have taxonomies with the same name in multiple languages
# {name = "categories", paginate_by = 5}, # 5 items per page for a term
# {name = "authors"}, # Basic definition: no feed or pagination
# ]
#
taxonomies = [
{name = "tags", lang = "en", rss = true},
]
emoji_rendering = true
# A list of directories used to search for additional `.sublime-syntax` files.
extra_syntaxes = []
# When set to "true", a search index is built from the pages and section
# content for `default_language`.
build_search_index = false
# Configuration of the Markdown rendering
[markdown]
# When set to "true", all code blocks are highlighted.
highlight_code = false
# The theme to use for code highlighting.
# See below for list of allowed values.
highlight_theme = "boron"
# When set to "true", emoji aliases translated to their corresponding
# Unicode emoji equivalent in the rendered Markdown files. (e.g.: :smile: => 😄)
render_emoji = true
# Whether external links are to be opened in a new tab
# If this is true, a `rel="noopener"` will always automatically be added for security reasons
external_links_target_blank = false
# Whether to set rel="nofollow" for all external links
external_links_no_follow = false
# Whether to set rel="noreferrer" for all external links
external_links_no_referrer = false
# Whether smart punctuation is enabled (changing quotes, dashes, dots in their typographic form)
# For example, `...` into `…`, `"quote"` into `“curly”` etc
smart_punctuation = false
# Configuration of the link checker.
[link_checker]
# Skip link checking for external URLs that start with these prefixes
skip_prefixes = [
"http://[2001:db8::]/",
]
# Skip anchor checking for external URLs that start with these prefixes
skip_anchor_prefixes = [
"https://caniuse.com/",
]
# Various slugification strategies, see below for details
# Defaults to everything being a slug
[slugify]
paths = "on"
taxonomies = "on"
anchors = "on"
[search]
# Whether to include the title of the page/section in the index
include_title = true
# Whether to include the description of the page/section in the index
include_description = false
# Whether to include the path of the page/section in the index
include_path = false
# Whether to include the rendered content of the page/section in the index
include_content = true
# At which character to truncate the content to. Useful if you have a lot of pages and the index would
# become too big to load on the site. Defaults to not being set.
# truncate_content_length = 100
# Optional translation object for the default language
# Example:
# default_language = "fr"
#
# [translations]
# title = "Un titre"
#
[translations]
# Additional languages definition
# You can define language specific config values and translations:
# title, description, generate_feed, feed_filename, taxonomies, build_search_index
# as well as its own search configuration and translations (see above for details on those)
[languages]
# For example
# [languages.fr]
# title = "Mon blog"
# generate_feed = true
# taxonomies = [
# {name = "auteurs"},
# {name = "tags"},
# ]
# build_search_index = false
# You can put any kind of data here. The data
# will be accessible in all templates
# Example:
# [extra]
# author = "Famous author"
#
# author value will be available using {{ config.extra.author }} in templates
#
[extra]
# Put all your custom variables here
menu_links = [

2
netlify.toml

@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ command = "zola build"
[build.environment]
# Set the version name that you want to use and Netlify will automatically use it.
ZOLA_VERSION = "0.13.0"
ZOLA_VERSION = "0.14.0"
# The magic for deploying previews of branches.
# We need to override the base url with whatever url Netlify assigns to our

0
old.config.toml

4
templates/base.html

@ -14,7 +14,7 @@
{%- endblock og_preview -%}
{% block rss %}
<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="{{config.title}}" href="{{ get_url(path="index.xml",
<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="{{config.title}}" href="{{ get_url(path="atom.xml",
trailing_slash=false) | safe}}">
{% endblock %}
@ -65,7 +65,7 @@
<a href="https://twitter.com/mrkaran_" title="Twitter"><i data-feather="twitter"></i></a>
</li>
<li>
<a href="{{ get_url(path="index.xml", trailing_slash=false) | safe}}" title="{{config.title}}"><i
<a href="{{ get_url(path="atom.xml", trailing_slash=false) | safe}}" title="{{config.title}}"><i
data-feather="rss"></i></a>
</li>
</ul>

30
templates/index.xml

@ -1,30 +0,0 @@
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<rss xmlns:atom="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom" version="2.0">
<channel>
<title>{{ config.title }}
{%- if term %} - {{ term.name }}
{%- elif section.title %} - {{ section.title }}
{%- endif -%}
</title>
<link>{%- if section -%}
{{ section.permalink | escape_xml | safe }}
{%- else -%}
{{ config.base_url | escape_xml | safe }}
{%- endif -%}
</link>
<description>{{ config.description }}</description>
<generator>Zola</generator>
<language>{{ config.default_language }}</language>
<atom:link href="{{ feed_url | safe }}" rel="self" type="application/rss+xml"/>
<lastBuildDate>{{ last_updated | date(format="%a, %d %b %Y %H:%M:%S %z") }}</lastBuildDate>
{%- for page in pages %}
<item>
<title>{{ page.title }}</title>
<pubDate>{{ page.date | date(format="%a, %d %b %Y %H:%M:%S %z") }}</pubDate>
<link>{{ page.permalink | escape_xml | safe }}</link>
<guid>{{ page.permalink | escape_xml | safe }}</guid>
<description>{% if page.summary %}{{ page.summary }}{% else %}{{ page.content }}{% endif %}</description>
</item>
{%- endfor %}
</channel>
</rss>
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