ghostToHugo is a utility project that was created the allow the conversion of an export from the Ghost blogging engine into the Hugo engine.
There are 2 options for installation.
With every new versioned release. Binaries are built for most major platforms. You can simply download the one for your operating system from the releases page. Unzip the package and place it somewhere in your path, and you are ready to go.
Building Latest and Greates
The project is written in Go, and currently will require building from source. Make sure you have Go installed and configured, then just run:
go get -u github.com/jbarone/ghostToHugo
this will download, compile, and install
Usage: ghostToHugo [OPTIONS] <Ghost Export> -f, --dateformat string Date format string to use for time conversions (default: RFC3339) -p, --hugo string Path to hugo project (default ".") -l, --location string Location to use for time conversions (default: local)
At a minimum you need to specify the path to the exported Ghost json file.
dateformatstring must be provided in Go's specific time format string. Reference here
locationstring should be a value that matches the IANA Time Zone database, such as "America/New_York"
$ ghostToHugo export.json
$ ghostToHugo --hugo ~/mysite export.json $ ghostToHugo -p ~/mysite export.json
$ ghostToHugo --dateformat "2006-01-02 15:04:05" export.json $ ghostToHugo -f "2006-01-02 15:04:05" export.json
$ ghostToHugo --location "America/Chicago" export.json $ ghostToHugo -l "America/Chicago" export.json
Exporting your Ghost content
You can export your Ghost content (and settings) from the "Labs" section of your Ghost install, which will be at a URL like
<your blog url>/ghost/settings/labs/.
See this Ghost support article for details.