…ses #57. Other processors will be lazy-loaded when necessary (and prompt the user to install them when necessary).
…oses #143) Sometimes you may be forced to use absolute urls. For example I had problem with FeedBurner's blog post preview page. Image links specified as relative urls were not resolved correctly. I can imagine some poor RSS readers may behave similar way. I wanted site.url to be configurable, because I didn't want to hard-code final url there. I still want to be able to have working link when doing local web site development and testing. I have small bash script which runs jekyll -serve --auto with this parameter set for local development. My setup is more complicated, because I use several jekylls behind reverse proxy to simulate setup on http://binaryage.com which uses gh-pages from many repos together with layouts linked as git modules.
…e timestamp differs Also make sure static files get regenerated when they are missing in destination. This is useful in --server --auto mode when it reduces disk/cpu load and also plays nice with xrefresh-server (which was my main motivation) -> soft CSS refresh works again!