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No _draft folder in source package. #2099

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drashti4 opened this Issue Aug 17, 2016 · 2 comments

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drashti4 commented Aug 17, 2016

node -v -> v0.10.25

I have setup hexo in my ubuntu 14.04

$ hexo init
$ cd
$ npm install

all command run without failure.
But There is no draft folder in my source folder.Which is mention in https://hexo.io/docs/setup.html.And I have one more folder while intializing hexo that is node_module

├── _config.yml
├── package.json
├── scaffolds
├── source
| ├── _drafts
| └── _posts
└── themes

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yangyuji12 Oct 16, 2016

I have met the same problem. At first I thought it may be the npm version problem, but when I changed npm version, the "_drafts" folder does not show up still. I ignored and found it worked.

yangyuji12 commented Oct 16, 2016

I have met the same problem. At first I thought it may be the npm version problem, but when I changed npm version, the "_drafts" folder does not show up still. I ignored and found it worked.

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