@teampimcserver/hexo-deployer-git

    3.0.0-path1 • Public • Published

    hexo-deployer-git

    NPM version

    Git deployer plugin for Hexo.

    Notice: Fatal HttpRequestException Error on pushing to GitHub?

    Update Git for Windows to the latest version. (Details)

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    • Change Package.json

    Installation

    #npm
    $ npm install @teampimcserver/hexo-deployer-git --save
    
    #yarn
    yarn add @teampimcserver/hexo-reading-time

    Options

    You can configure this plugin in _config.yml.

    # You can use this:
    deploy:
      type: git
      repo: <repository url>
      branch: [branch]
      token: ''
      message: [message]
      name: [git user]
      email: [git email]
      extend_dirs: [extend directory]
      ignore_hidden: false # default is true
      ignore_pattern: regexp  # whatever file that matches the regexp will be ignored when deploying
    
    # or this:
    deploy:
      type: git
      message: [message]
      repo: <repository url>[,branch]
      extend_dirs:
        - [extend directory]
        - [another extend directory]
      ignore_hidden:
        public: false
        [extend directory]: true
        [another extend directory]: false
      ignore_pattern:
        [folder]: regexp  # or you could specify the ignore_pattern under a certain directory
    
    # Multiple repositories
    deploy:
      repo:
        # Either syntax is supported
        [repo_name]: <repository url>[,branch]
        [repo_name]:
          url: <repository url>
          branch: [branch]
    • repo: Repository settings, or plain url of your repo
      • url: Url of your repositury to pull from and push to.
      • branch: Optional git branch to deploy the static site to.
        • Defaults to gh-pages on GitHub.
        • Defaults to coding-pages on Coding.net.
        • Otherwise defaults to master.
      • token: Optional token value to authenticate with the repo. Prefix with $ to read token from environment variable (recommended). Repo must be a http(s) url. More details.
      • repo_name: Unique name when deploying to multiple repositories.
        • Example:
        deploy:
          repo:
            # Either syntax is supported
            github: https://github.com/user/project.git,branch
            gitee:
              url: https://gitee.com/user/project.git
              branch: branch_name
    • branch: Git branch to deploy the static site to. Branch name specified in repo: takes priority.
    • message: Commit message. Defaults to Site updated: {{ now('YYYY-MM-DD HH:mm:ss') }}.
    • name and email: User info for committing the change, overrides global config. This info is independent of git login.
    • extend_dirs: Additional directories to publish. e.g demo, examples
    • ignore_hidden (Boolean|Object): whether ignore hidden files to publish. GitHub requires the .nojekyll in root.
      • Boolean: for all dirs.
      • Object: for public dir and extend dir:
        • public: the public dir defaults.
        • [extend directory]
    • ignore_pattern (Object|RegExp): Choose the ignore pattern when deploying
      • RegExp: for all dirs.
      • Object: specify the ignore pattern under certain directory. For example, if you want to push the source files and generated files at the same time to two different branches. The option should be like
      # _config.yaml
      deploy:
        - type: git
          repo: git@github.com:<username>/<username>.github.io.git
          branch: master
        - type: git
          repo: git@github.com:<username>/<username>.github.io.git
          branch: src
          extend_dirs: /
          ignore_hidden: false
          ignore_pattern:
              public: .

    Deploy with token

    While this plugin can parse authentication token from the config, only use this method if you are sure the config will not be committed, including to a private repo. A more secure approach is to add it to the CI as an environment variable, then simply add the name of the environment variable to this plugin's config (e.g. $GITHUB_TOKEN).

    Additional guides:

    • Create a GitHub Personal Access Token. [Link]
    • Add authentication token to Travis CI. [Link]

    How it works

    hexo-deployer-git works by generating the site in .deploy_git and force pushing to the repo(es) in config. If .deploy_git does not exist, a repo will initialized (git init). Otherwise the curent repo (with its commit history) will be used.

    Users can clone the deployed repo to .deploy_git to keep the commit history.

    git clone <gh-pages repo> .deploy_git
    

    Reset

    Remove .deploy_git folder.

    $ rm -rf .deploy_git

    License

    MIT

    Install

    npm i @teampimcserver/hexo-deployer-git

    Homepage

    hexo.io/

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    5

    Version

    3.0.0-path1

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    14.5 kB

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