Staticman Failure on Tsalikis' Site

Use Alternative Staticman API server

After reading Hugo Comments with Staticman on Kostas Tsalikis’ web site, I tried to leave the following comment. As far as I know, Staticman can be used only with GitHub, since it works as a GitHub bot. Obviously, not all static sites are saved in GitHub, and this may be a showstopper for someone using another service. Thanks to eduardoboucas/staticman#219, Staticman now supports GitLab. You may view my demo Hugo site on Framagit at https://staticman-gitlab-pages. [Read More]

Staticman Repo Setup Errors

Common Staticman Config Erorrs in Git repos

Background Idem to Staticman on Framagit. Besides, the build time for my Staticman + Beautiful Hugo demo on Framagit is half of that for the same project on GitLab.com. Problem After the setup, it’s possible that the theme shows “Sorry! There’s an error during submission.” To get an insight into this error, one has to open Web Developer Tools → Network and select the row corresponding to the POST request sent to the Staticman API. [Read More]

Staticman on Framagit

It’s a pity that some GitLab users have removed Staticman from their repo. I saw demand for Staticman from Framagit users. Therefore, after two days of testing, another API instance for Framagit has been created at https://static-frama.herokuapp.com. The default GitLab base URL is set to “https://gitlab.com". To provide Staticman support for a self-hosted GitLab service, another Staticman API server has to be set up. I tried applying for OpenShift, but it’s been reported on Reddit that it takes about 10–20 days to get started. [Read More]

Comparaison of Two Docker Images for Hugo

Having importing the repo for the Hugo theme Introduction from GitHub to GitLab, I added the automatically generated GitLab CI config file and I ran job #135854407. $ cd exampleSite $ hugo --themesDir=../.. -d ../public hugo: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6: no version information available (required by hugo) hugo: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6: no version information available (required by hugo) The build succeeded with the above message. To suppress it, a switch to another CI runner will do. [Read More]

Staticman Invitation is Case Sensitive

A recent invitation error under Staticman v3

HTML and URL links are case insensitive. For example, GOOGLE.COM and google.com give the same address. As a result, after creating my fork of Beautiful Jekyll, I invited @staticmanlab to join my GitHub repo by firing the URL https://staticman3.herokuapp.com/v3/connect/github/vincenttam/beautiful-jekyll but I got Failed Staticman invitation The case for GitHub user name doens't match Successful Staticman invitation The case for GitHub user name match [Read More]

Staticman Lab New Logos

StaticmanLab's new logo GitLab logo recreated from Wikimedia's logo by Darby under CC-BY-SA 4.0 and Staticman logo on GitHub by Erlen Masson under MIT. The old icon for Staticman Lab was made by GIMP from Staticman’s icon in PNG in the GitHub repo. Recently, I’ve found the SVG version of this icon. To serve customers better, I’ve recreated the logo from this SVG file so that the edges in the logo become sharper. [Read More]

Nested Comments in Beautiful Hugo

Quick links A minimal demo site on GitLab (Source) Beautiful Hugo pull request 222 Pre-release notes for this pull request Motivation For the mathematical ones, please see my previous post. As a math student, it’s inefficient to reinvent the wheel like engineering students. Thanks to three existing examples, I had convinced myself that I could bring this to the theme Beautiful Hugo. Zongren’s Hexo theme (worked best) Made Mistakes Jekyll theme Network Hobo’s customization of Beautiful Hugo (inspired by the second one, but contains a logic error) [Read More]

Interactive Blog on Static Web Host

Vision gain autonomy: freedom is the basis of moral actions. No freedom, no morality. transcend ourselves: change/improve our lives through free thoughts Goal Convert our free thoughts into free code. Free code allows users around the world to run and/or improve them. This would bring real enhancement to our tools. For example, beautiful math writing used to be a complicated process. A decade ago, this required the installation of a typesetting engine called $\LaTeX$. [Read More]

Minimal Jekyll Site with Static Comments

Setup Staticman v3 and Jekyll on GitHub Pages

Introduction This is the GitHub Pages version to my GitLab Pages with Staticman tutorial. I didn’t plan to test whether Staticman v3 work on GitHub since it’s proprietary. However, from Staticman issues #222 and #227, we know that the official server doesn’t respond to GET /v2/connnect/<USERNAME>/<REPONAME> To help others, I self-advertised my own Staticman API instance and the migration to GitLab pages. Unfortunately, nobody had managed to create a GitHub repo running on my API instance. [Read More]

Custom $\KaTeX$ Macros

More efficient math editing

Background Same as the last section in Beautiful Hugo Improvements. Goal To write math efficiently by automatically loading longer code with shorter macro code. For example, when I wrote Some Infinite Cardinality Identities, it would be ten times more quicker and efficient to type \card{C} than to write \mathop{\mathrm{card}}(C) all the time. Changes committed to my repo The current version of Beautiful Hugo is still using $\KaTeX$ v0.7, which doesn’t support macros in auto-rendering. [Read More]
Hugo  KaTeX  math