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Hello again, I was wondering if someone build a server side code highlighter extension for roots? :)
You know a bit like what Hugo has with Pygments https://gohugo.io/extras/highlighting/
If nobody worked on something like that it is not really a problem, can still do it client-side but would prefer to do it on build.
styletag in your templates? Basically I'm doing some optimisation of a project for speed, and the main css is relatively small, so moving it to an inline style tag makes sense. (I know about
roots-css-inliner, but that's for proper inlining to style attributes on tags, like is used for html emails etc)
We been using roots here at (webriq) for all our projects for quite some time now and I been in task to test the new version. I got some concerns, because I'm running in windows 10 - 32bit operating system and it is really slow it took about 7-9 secs to compile the starter template while in the roots its 1-2 secs. Is this something that can be improve in the future? or is there any lacking configuration that needs to be done in order to gain more speed in working in our projects?
Perhaps I haven't made my comment more clearer sorry for that, yes we understand that roots is no longer actively maintain though we don't have any high level concerns while we are using it. We've heard about spike since you first announce it, but we had been hesitant to migrate all our projects since then.
So I have been task to test out the new spike (successor of roots) for our future projects. The first concern I have found is when I am compiling spike under Windows 10 32bit Operating system it took it 7-9 secs to compile whenever I change something in the layout whereas in the old roots a simple project can only take less than 2 secs to refresh the page.
Pardon for my english. Thanks for your wonderful work.
Yes I think I understand where you're going at, we been storing plenty of
.md files for our blog using the
/admin combined with netlify. So far it is manageable, but we are limited to many blogging features such as tagging, feeds, categorize, searching, and so on. I guess this is one of the major disadvantage of roots compare to Hexo & Jekyll. But we have had no regrets in choosing roots to back our cms sites for the past 2 yrs.