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Fix sitemap plugin to look for index#.html files (if pagination is on) #167

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@Vincent-C Vincent-C commented Feb 22, 2014

The current sitemap plugin only adds index.html to the sitemap, but if the user has pagination enabled (which generates index2.html, index3.html, etc.), then these additional index files don't get added to the sitemap.

I've quickly hacked together a solution that works, although I don't think hardcoding "100" in there is the right thing to do. Suggestions?

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@mknecht mknecht commented Dec 23, 2016

Hey, what would have to change so that this fix gets included?

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@justinmayer justinmayer commented Dec 23, 2016

  1. a better solution, preferably, than hardcoding "100"
  2. clean-up into a single commit
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@kdeldycke kdeldycke commented Jan 4, 2021

This proposed fix is outdated. sitemap code has been refactored in commit pelican-plugins/sitemap@c8cf562 to make it more sensitive to the site configuration.

I guess this PR can be closed.

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@justinmayer justinmayer commented Jan 4, 2021

Thanks, Kevin!

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