Octopress offers some rake tasks to create post and pages preloaded with metadata and according to Jekyll’s naming conventions. It also generates a global and a category based feed for your posts (You can find them in
If you are using zsh in the command line, then please add alias
rake=noglob rake to your
zsh config to prevent the
zsh: no matches found error that occurs when running these rake tasks.
I’ve tried to keep configuring Octopress fairly simple and you’ll probably only ever change the
Rakefile and the
_config.yml. Here’s a list of files for configuring Octopress.
_config.yml # Main config (Jekyll's settings) Rakefile # Configs for deployment config.rb # Compass config config.ru # Rack config
Configurations in the
Rakefile are mostly related to deployment and you probably won’t have to touch them unless you’re using rsync.
First, I want to stress that Octopress is a blogging framework for hackers. You should be comfortable running shell commands and familiar with the basics of Git. If that sounds daunting, Octopress probably isn’t for you.
Octopress是利用Jekyll博客引擎开发的一个博客系统，生成的静态页面能够很好的在github page上展现。号称是hacker专属的一个博客系统(A blogging framework for hackers.)