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<title><![CDATA[Category: octopress | Entreprevelopment adventures]]></title>
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<name><![CDATA[Luisa Lima]]></name>
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<title type="html"><![CDATA[New Octopress blog...]]></title>
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<content type="html"><![CDATA[<p>I created this blog specifically to jot down notes of interesting / useful / meaningful stuff I find during my adventures with development, which I hope are useful to others.</p>
<p>And to start with, here is a link to a post that really helped me out <a href="">Octopress: Setting up a Blog and Contributing to an Existing One</a>. It wasn't really clear to me from Octopress instructions that I had to run rake generate and rake deploy; I was just trying to make the git commits and push by hand (and becoming really frustrated by it). So, just for my own reference:</p>
<pre><code> # do stuff in your blog, like rake new_post
# then generate the blog
rake generate
# then save the source branch and push it to Github
git add .
git commit -m "whatever message"
git push origin source
# and now, this is where the magic happens! this takes care
# of pushing everything automagically onto the master branch!
rake deploy
<p>(depending on your system, you might need to run bundle exec followed by the rake commands).</p>
<p>Oh, and also... to delete a post, delete it only from <pre><code>blog-root/source/_posts/post-title</code></pre> and then run the commands above again. The rake tasks from Octopress take care of everything.</p>
<p>This cool minimalistic theme is from <a href=""></a>, and it's called <a href="">Slash</a>.</p>
<p>So far I'm really enjoying Octopress -- I chose it because I want to be able to do everything from the shell, and never leave my dev environment and my beloved ST2/emacs combination.</p>
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