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glog_config.json -> config/default.json in readme

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@@ -21,10 +21,10 @@ The idea of the Glog Blog was to create a super simple, Git and Node.js backed b
$ git clone git@github.com:guyht/Glog.git
$ cd Glog
$ npm install
- $ cp glog_config.sample.json glog_config.json
- $ vi glog_config.sample.json
+ $ cp config/default.sample.json config/default.json
+ $ vi config/default.sample.json
-- Edit glog_config.sample.json, and rename to glog_config.json
+- Edit config/default.sample.json, and rename to config/default.json
- Set up a github hook to trigger http://yourbloglocation/__render when a new update is pushed
- Run
@@ -34,7 +34,7 @@ Your blog should now be up and running
# Guido
-Guido ([https://github.com/guyht/Guido](https://github.com/guyht/Guido)) is the default template for Glog. It consists of a simplistic layout and a couple of examples to get you going. I suggest that you use it as a starting point (i.e. fork it) for your own blog. The glog_config.json file contains the Guido repository as a default.
+Guido ([https://github.com/guyht/Guido](https://github.com/guyht/Guido)) is the default template for Glog. It consists of a simplistic layout and a couple of examples to get you going. I suggest that you use it as a starting point (i.e. fork it) for your own blog. The config/default.json file contains the Guido repository as a default.
# The principle

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