|Marcell Mars 8147add48d||il y a 6 mois|
|giq||il y a 7 mois|
|vendor||il y a 7 mois|
|README.md||il y a 10 mois|
|go.mod||il y a 9 mois|
|go.sum||il y a 9 mois|
|install_sphook.sh||il y a 1 an|
|lastcommitlog.go||il y a 10 mois|
|main.go||il y a 7 mois|
|metahook.go||il y a 10 mois|
|metahugo.go||il y a 9 mois|
|sphook||il y a 7 mois|
|sphookx||il y a 6 mois|
sphook binary was built like this:
go mod init main go mod vendor go build -o sphook .
sphook executable in root directory of this repo is built on Linux 64bits computer. It should work on common Linux x86_64 virtual server or common Linux x86_64 bare metal computer.
sphook binary is only tested on Linux virtual server and developer’s laptop. If you need it for some other arch or operating system, build it, test it and report back or even better do PR here.
`sphook’ has hardcoded filepath for Hugo’s final output directory:
If you want to build it against another directory where Hugo will render its content you should manually find the line:
hook.PublicHTMLPath = filepath.Join("/var", "www", "html", "sandpoints")
change it there and rebuild it.
sphookin Gitea via its web ui
install_sphook.sh bash script can be used to install
sphook to Gitea via its web user interface. If
install_sphook.sh is made into
post-received Gitea’s hook it will first check if
sphook is already in
hooks/post-received.d/ directory and if it is not it would install it there. If
sphook is already there it would delete itself because it is not needed anymore.