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added Add_cname plugin #566

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Always modified Copy created date metadata into modified date for easy "latest updates" indexes

Add CNAME Simply adds CNAME file with domain in your output directory

AsciiDoc reader Use AsciiDoc to write your posts.

Asset management Use the Webassets module to manage assets such as CSS and JS files.
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from .add_cname import *
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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
Add CNAME file in your output directory.

import os
from pelican import signals

def add_cname(p):
:param p: pelican instance
:return: None

cname_path = os.path.join(p.output_path, 'CNAME')
siteurl = p.settings.get('SITEURL', "")
siteurl = siteurl.replace("http://", "")
with open(cname_path, 'w') as cname_file:

def register():
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Add CNAME Plugin
* Author: Dmitriy Kalinin <*

Simplest plugin that adds CNAME file with your production domain to your output directory.
It may be useful if your site hosted on GitHub pages with custom domain.
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