Proposal: project pages deployment through GitLab
toy.raymond at gmail.com
Sun Oct 28 17:51:42 UTC 2018
Heh. I noticed recently that gitlab was finally adding project pages like
github gh-pages. I was gong to ask if this was available on c-l.net.
IIRC, these are essentiall static (mostly) html pages for your site so you
can host documentation and such. I'd be interested in this since cmucl
hosts its html page elsewhere, and it'a somewhat of a pain to update them.
I'm interested! And again, thanks for all your hard work on this!
On Fri, Oct 26, 2018 at 8:24 AM Erik Huelsmann <ehuelsmann at common-lisp.net>
> Hi all,
> As you all have noticed, I've been working to clean up common-lisp.net
> and simplifying the administration process.
> One of the things we have done is that we implemented a deployment
> pipeline for the common-lisp.net main site using GitLab. It's been a
> great joy to work with it so far and made deployment of new site content
> easier than ever before.
> *My proposal is to set up a GitLab CI based deployment pipeline* for *all
> common-lisp.net <http://common-lisp.net> projects*. Meaning that I'm
> proposing to import the current project pages (/project/*/public_html) into
> GitLab repositories (<project-name>-site) with a gitlab-ci file which
> causes the content to be published.
> The approach above will mean simple import of the existing static content.
> However, after import, the static output can be replaced by different input
> and a static content generator, just like we did with the common-lisp.net
> Eager to hear your thoughts,
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