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allow future dated posts #59

joelbradbury opened this Issue Jun 22, 2009 · 2 comments


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joelbradbury commented Jun 22, 2009

I'd like the ability to put a future post date and then not have jekyll generate a post from that until the date has past.

My ideal use would be to do a commit then push and, as well as the post-push hook, a daily cron job that regenerates the site to pick up the future dated posts as that date passes.

Has this been mentioned before? If no one's got a fork that does it already I'll have a hack myself, but didn't want to waste time if it's already been done by someone.


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qrush commented Jun 22, 2009

Sounds cool! Hack it up and test it, sounds like a great idea. I haven't seen this in any fork yet.


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mojombo commented Jun 19, 2010

This is now present in master.

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