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    Arturo Romero
    @arturoromeroslc
    Hello everyone
    Arturo Romero
    @arturoromeroslc
    When I run reptar new I get an error.
    Screen Shot 2017-05-02 at 9.28.58 PM.png
    Is there a type that needs to be added after new?
    Just read the error code reptar new file works
    allancth
    @allancth
    Hi. I'm new to node. I am looking at deploying and serving static sites with reptar on heroku. I can get it running with 'reptar serve', but how is it possible to get it running on heroku. Is there something I can do in package.json to run the command 'reptarb serve'?
    Ben Gray
    @bengray
    Hello! I'm in the process of automating reptar with Jake. Is there a way I can create a new post and pass the title of the post as a parameter?
    Something like $reptar new file title="the_post_title"
    Harry Wolff
    @hswolff
    oh dear, i need to get notifications working in here
    Dan Perrera
    @dperrera
    On a post page is there a way to navigate to the previous or next post?
    Harry Wolff
    @hswolff
    not sure there is
    each individual page doesn't have knowledge of its content
    *context
    theSheriff
    @the4ndy
    I like the name Reptar, but i think we should name it C-Lo Greene
    Harry Wolff
    @hswolff
    hah why?
    Matt Batman
    @mattbatman
    If you're trying to use SASS with Reptar v3, would you expect a global variables file to work, or is that still a feature that's being worked on? I just tried upgrading from v2 to v3, and it seems that my .scss files will no longer compile because I created a global variables file that gets imported in a main.scss ahead of other files (e.g. layout.scss) that use those global variables. Reptar seems to behave as if those variables are undefined unless I redeclare the variable within each file separately.
    Matt Batman
    @mattbatman

    I'll get a response from the command-line like this:
    reptar

    building

    ✔ Running "lifecycle.willUpdate". (8ms)
    ✔ Reading files. (107ms)
    ✔ Running "lifecycle.didUpdate". (1ms)
    ✔ Running "middlewares". (139ms)
    ✔ Running "lifecycle.willBuild". (1ms)
    ✔ Cleaning destination. (2ms)
    ✖ Writing destination.
    error: Undefined variable: "$white-tint".

    Matt Batman
    @mattbatman
    Based on reptar/reptar#77, I'm thinking I need to explicitly tell Reptar to ignore my .scss files that begin with an underscore
    Jorge
    @JorgeGarcia_gitlab

    so.. is this still alive? :D

    I wanted to give static site generators a try to learn something new and came across Reptar and Jekyll but I was going to start with reptar first cos it´s built in node. The thing is that checking the repo's contributions and also having a look to this chatroom it doesn´t seem very active to me :(

    Alex
    @awulkan
    I don't think it's active anymore. You could always try Hexo.
    https://github.com/hexojs/hexo
    Hugo is cool as well, but it is in Golang
    Jorge
    @JorgeGarcia_gitlab
    how about gatsby? I'm reading about it but it seems a little bit overkill for just building static pages... Thanks for the link, I´ll check Hexo as well
    Alex
    @awulkan
    I think it uses React, if that's your thing.
    Phenomic is another interesting SSG using React
    Jorge
    @JorgeGarcia_gitlab
    btw I´m not trying to buid a blog but a static site, I'm trying to have the advantage of templates to avoid PHP for not repeating myself when writing every single html page
    Mike Bobadilla
    @mikebobadilla
    Is this project dead @hswolff ?