…ration. This is needed to handle multiple blogs (i.e., multiple _posts directories) properly so that the global set of "posts" across the entire site are built properly before any code in HAML files or Liquid templates attempt to access variables. Unexpected and surprising results occur when there are multiple _posts directories throughout the tree otherwise. Also, sorting categories seemed wrong to me, since I don't want the directory order to change from what I set up for the blog URL.
Conflicts: lib/jekyll.rb lib/jekyll/post.rb Remove --permalink-date option now that an equivalent is built in.
…ode. Signed-off-by: Nick Quaranto <email@example.com>
… "Options +MultiViews".
Conflicts: lib/jekyll/post.rb lib/jekyll/site.rb
Signed-off-by: Nick Quaranto <firstname.lastname@example.org>
…ode would not be parsed as Markdown. See http://gist.github.com/97682 for a runnable example of the bug.
Can be used for for e.g. "Edit in TextMate" links. See http://github.com/henrik/henrik.nyh.se.
…he provided ones. DRY up Haml rendering. Don't use OpenStruct for Haml context since it won't complain about methods that don't exist.
…RL and can only be specified in the YAML block.
…elf as author.
…linked to a Google search. A bit of a kludge. Hope to replace it if I get around to implementing Haml templates. Inspired by http://metajack.im/.
Re-rendering ~200 posts with highlighting in many of them went from ~90 seconds to ~3 seconds with caching.
Inspired by code by Jack Moffitt: http://github.com/metajack/jekyll/commit/c8a1986d4c43e4ce8bf04e6ea3e3762840a96bfe