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Fix jekyll metdata being generated on non incremental #4079

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Nice. Thanks for tackling this.

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benbalter commented Oct 29, 2015

Nice. Thanks for tackling this.

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I love helping, I've just been so busy this summer I didn't get to help with more than tickets mostly >.>

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envygeeks commented Oct 29, 2015

I love helping, I've just been so busy this summer I didn't get to help with more than tickets mostly >.>

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Merge pull request #4079 from jekyll/fix-jekyll-metdata-being-generat…
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Merge pull request 4079

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