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Feature: Site data
As a hacker who likes to blog
I want to be able to embed data into my site
In order to make the site slightly dynamic
Scenario: Use page variable in a page
Given I have an "contact.html" page with title "Contact" that contains "{{ page.title }}: email@me.com"
When I run jekyll
Then the _site directory should exist
And I should see "Contact: email@me.com" in "_site/contact.html"
Scenario: Use site.time variable
Given I have an "index.html" page that contains "{{ site.time }}"
When I run jekyll
Then the _site directory should exist
And I should see today's time in "_site/index.html"
Scenario: Use site.posts variable for latest post
Given I have a _posts directory
And I have an "index.html" page that contains "{{ site.posts.first.title }}: {{ site.posts.first.url }}"
And I have the following posts:
| title | date | content |
| First Post | 3/25/2009 | My First Post |
| Second Post | 3/26/2009 | My Second Post |
| Third Post | 3/27/2009 | My Third Post |
When I run jekyll
Then the _site directory should exist
And I should see "Third Post: /2009/03/27/third-post.html" in "_site/index.html"
Scenario: Use site.posts variable in a loop
Given I have a _posts directory
And I have an "index.html" page that contains "{% for post in site.posts %} {{ post.title }} {% endfor %}"
And I have the following posts:
| title | date | content |
| First Post | 3/25/2009 | My First Post |
| Second Post | 3/26/2009 | My Second Post |
| Third Post | 3/27/2009 | My Third Post |
When I run jekyll
Then the _site directory should exist
And I should see "Third Post Second Post First Post" in "_site/index.html"
Scenario: Use site.categories.code variable
Given I have a _posts directory
And I have an "index.html" page that contains "{% for post in site.categories.code %} {{ post.title }} {% endfor %}"
And I have the following posts:
| title | date | category | content |
| Awesome Hack | 3/26/2009 | code | puts 'Hello World' |
| Delicious Beer | 3/26/2009 | food | 1) Yuengling |
When I run jekyll
Then the _site directory should exist
And I should see "Awesome Hack" in "_site/index.html"
Scenario: Use site.tags variable
Given I have a _posts directory
And I have an "index.html" page that contains "{% for post in site.tags.beer %} {{ post.content }} {% endfor %}"
And I have the following posts:
| title | date | tag | content |
| Delicious Beer | 3/26/2009 | beer | 1) Yuengling |
When I run jekyll
Then the _site directory should exist
And I should see "Yuengling" in "_site/index.html"
Scenario: Order Posts by name when on the same date
Given I have a _posts directory
And I have an "index.html" page that contains "{% for post in site.posts %}{{ post.title }}:{{ post.previous.title}},{{ post.next.title}} {% endfor %}"
And I have the following posts:
| title | date | content |
| first | 2/26/2009 | first |
| A | 3/26/2009 | A |
| B | 3/26/2009 | B |
| C | 3/26/2009 | C |
| last | 4/26/2009 | last |
When I run jekyll
Then the _site directory should exist
And I should see "last:C, C:B,last B:A,C A:first,B first:,A" in "_site/index.html"
Scenario: Use configuration date in site payload
Given I have an "index.html" page that contains "{{ site.url }}"
And I have a configuration file with "url" set to "http://mysite.com"
When I run jekyll
Then the _site directory should exist
And I should see "http://mysite.com" in "_site/index.html"
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