The officially recommended way is weird and the way lektor deals with plugins is extra weird. I work from a local lektor clone with my own little server wrapper. That makes it easily debuggable and I can always use the hot new shit.
$ cd /path/to/here $ pip install tox $ tox -e dev
CLI helpers to do stuff
My minimalistic CLI to draft, publish, deploy, etc.
The inbuilt pygments plugin has a bug (creates wrong class name 'highlight' instead of 'hll'). For now I use my own stylesheet with adapted class name.
Hint: list themes with
pygmentize -L and generate css files with
pygmentize -S <theme name> -f html > <file name>.css
- created with Lektor
- served via Github Pages
- google webfonts helper (TTF versions need to be downloaded extra from somewhere else though :()
- name that color
- interactive CSS tools
- color blender
- pygments, pygmentize
- mkdocs (not for this site but for documentation of my projects)
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