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# Site settings
permalink: /blog/:year/:month/:day/:title.html
title: Hack
tagline: Programming productivity without breaking things
fbappid: "1615782811974223"
gacode: "UA-49208336-1"
# baseurl determines the subpath of your site. For example if you're using an
# organisation.github.io/reponame/ basic site URL, then baseurl would be set
# as "/reponame" but leave blank if you have a top-level domain URL as it is
# now set to "" by default as discussed in:
# http://jekyllrb.com/news/2016/10/06/jekyll-3-3-is-here/
# the base hostname & protocol for your site
# If baseurl is set, then the absolute url for your site would be url/baseurl
# This was also be set to the right thing automatically for local development
# https://github.com/blog/2277-what-s-new-in-github-pages-with-jekyll-3-3
# http://jekyllrb.com/news/2016/10/06/jekyll-3-3-is-here/
url: "http://hacklang.org"
# Note: There are new filters in Jekyll 3.3 to help with absolute and relative urls
# absolute_url
# relative_url
# So you will see these used throughout the Jekyll code in this template.
# no more need for | prepend: site.url | prepend: site.baseurl
# http://jekyllrb.com/news/2016/10/06/jekyll-3-3-is-here/
# https://github.com/blog/2277-what-s-new-in-github-pages-with-jekyll-3-3
# The GitHub repo for your project
ghrepo: "hhvm/hacklang.org"
# Use these color settings to determine your colour scheme for the site.
color:
# primary should be a vivid color that reflects the project's brand
primary: "#505050"
# secondary should be a subtle light or dark color used on page backgrounds
secondary: "#f9f9f9"
# Use the following to specify whether the previous two colours are 'light'
# or 'dark' and therefore what colors can be overlaid on them
primary-overlay: "dark"
secondary-overlay: "light"
#Uncomment this if you want to enable Algolia doc search with your own values
#searchconfig:
# apikey: ""
# indexname: ""
# Blog posts are builtin to Jekyll by default, with the `_posts` directory.
# Here you can specify other types of documentation. The names here are `docs`
# and `top-level`. This means their content will be in `_docs` and `_top-level`.
# The permalink format is also given.
# http://ben.balter.com/2015/02/20/jekyll-collections/
collections:
docs:
output: true
permalink: /docs/:name/
top-level:
output: true
permalink: /:name.html
# DO NOT ADJUST BELOW THIS LINE UNLESS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE CHANGING
markdown: kramdown
kramdown:
input: GFM
syntax_highlighter: rouge
syntax_highlighter_opts:
css_class: 'rougeHighlight'
span:
line_numbers: false
block:
line_numbers: true
start_line: 1
sass:
style: :compressed
redcarpet:
extensions: [with_toc_data]