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Last modification date as alternative to date header #217

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haumacher commented Jun 24, 2015

Use date of last modification of source file, if no "date" header is given in the file meta data. For regular pages (not blog posts), this simplifies the task of having an up-to-date "date" on the page. The page date is simply taken from the file time-stamp of the file system.

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not blog posts !
I hope this feature to both page/post will give easy use of headers. We can have a property in property file and enable/disable to all files in jbake.

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rajmahendra commented Jun 25, 2015

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not blog posts !
I hope this feature to both page/post will give easy use of headers. We can have a property in property file and enable/disable to all files in jbake.

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Sorry for the delay in replying, I've recently become a father.

Thanks for the contribution, really great enhancement.

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jonbullock commented Aug 12, 2015

Sorry for the delay in replying, I've recently become a father.

Thanks for the contribution, really great enhancement.

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