Pelican plugin that adds a ``.nojekyll`` file to the output root. Useful for publishing to Github Pages. Written in Python.
NoJekyll is a plugin for Pelican, a static site generator written in Python.
NoJekyll creates a .nojekyll file in the root of your output directory. This is useful when you are publishing your site to GitHub Pages as it keeps your site from being run through GitHub’s defualt Jekyll site generator. This has a side effect of make your updated site go live faster.
The easiest way to install NoJekyll is through the use of pip. This will also install the required dependencies automatically.
pip install minchin.pelican.plugins.nojekyll
Then, in your pelicanconf.py file, add NoJekyll to your list of plugins:
PLUGINS = [ # ... 'minchin.pelican.plugins.nojekyll', # ... ]
And that’s it! No further configuration is needed.
No configuration is needed.
The NoJekyll plugin will be automatically called next time you generate your Pelican site.
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