If you want to quickly test a website under development or serve a couple of webpages from a local directory without the hassle of moving/linking the directory to a web server root, the following python command helps:
I recently switched my blog from Blogger to Octopress (hosted on Github) and it’s fantastic!!! Here are the search engine optimizations I performed on the blog. Most of them are from www.yatishmehta.in, www.learnaholic.me and nothoughtcontrol.com.
I’ve also incorporated these SEO fixes into the classic octopress theme. It is available at octopress-classic-no-blog.
Octopress, by default, generates static websites with a
/blog prefix attached
to categories, archives and post URLs. This is particularly annoying when the
blog is hosted at
blog.yourdomain.tld and have funny URLs like
To get rid of this, I’ve created a clone of the
classic Octopress theme with the necessary changes. It also renames
Home in the navigation bar.
To use git branch and commit hash information in a CMake project, add the
following lines to
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execute_process() runs a single command or a
sequence of commands and optionally gathers the output into CMake variables. The
COMMAND is executed in
WORKING_DIRECTORY and the STDOUT is saved to
OUTPUT_VARIABLE after stripping trailing whitespace. The output of
can be customized.