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Streamline your writing in Jekyll with some commands.
Add this line to your application's Gemfile:
gem 'jekyll-compose', group: [:jekyll_plugins]
And then execute:
After you have installed (see above), run
bundle exec jekyll help and you should see:
Listed in help you will see new commands available to you:
draft # Creates a new draft post with the given NAME post # Creates a new post with the given NAME publish # Moves a draft into the _posts directory and sets the date unpublish # Moves a post back into the _drafts directory page # Creates a new page with the given NAME
Create your new page using:
$ bundle exec jekyll page "My New Page"
Create your new post using:
$ bundle exec jekyll post "My New Post"
Create your new draft using:
$ bundle exec jekyll draft "My new draft"
Publish your draft using:
$ bundle exec jekyll publish _drafts/my-new-draft.md # or specify a specific date on which to publish it $ bundle exec jekyll publish _drafts/my-new-draft.md --date 2014-01-24
Unpublish your post using:
$ bundle exec jekyll unpublish _posts/2014-01-24-my-new-draft.md
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
git commit -am 'Add some feature')
git push origin my-new-feature)