gitbuilding generate ci, it should walk you through generating a scrip for either GitLab CI, GitHub actions, or Netlify. This should hopefully then be triggered once you push your repo to the remote.
pip install gitbuildingand got no errors (looks like it installed version 0.8.4). I then tried to run
gitbuilding newand got an error saying
AttributeError: module 'gitbuilding' has no attribute 'buildup'. What am I missing?
gitbuilding servewill work with external editors (VS Code, emacs, etc)? Is there support for a feature request related to that? Also, is it intended that when I click the Edit button with the landing page selected, that both panes seem to fill with the content for a new page, rather than editing the landing page itself?
http://localhost:6178/index.html/-/editor/. I'm assuming the exported html in
index.htmlthough to avoid additional web server configuration though.
Warning: License CERN-OHL-P set configuration. Could not match to licence text.I'm not sure what GitBuilding is matching against, but CERN-OHL-P should be a valid license code. I also just noticed that "license" is misspelled. I'm still learning GitBuilding, but I like where you're headed with it. I may want to retract my question about using external editors. BuildUp is just enough different that it creates a fair amount of friction with the markdown extension I use. Some syntax highlighting in GitBuilding's markdown editor would be very welcome though.
-2.0on the end of the
CERN-OHL-Plicense identifier. That's fixed now. The editing bug only happens when at the root of the server (
http://localhost:6178/). If you're at this address
http://localhost:6178/landing.htmlclicking Edit has the intended behavior. A flash message instead of a popup after clicking Save (or at least when hitting Ctrl+S) would be helpful during busy editing sessions. Having to acknowledge the popup after saving adds some friction for somebody like me who compulsively saves.
target=_blankto achieve this, but I'm not sure how that would work in GitBuilding's editor, and it seems a little clunky to mix HTML into markdown anyway. Thoughts?