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Simple Jekyll plugin to copy content with post
module Jekyll
class StaticPostFile < StaticFile
# Initialize a new StaticPostFile.
#
# site - The Site.
# base - The String path to the <source>.
# sdir - The String path of the source directory of the file (rel <source>).
# name - The String filename of the file.
# ddir - The String path of the destination directory of the file.
def initialize(site, base, sdir, name, ddir)
super(site, base, sdir, name)
@base = base
@sdir = sdir
@name = name
@ddir = ddir || sdir
end
# Obtain destination path.
#
# dest - The String path to the destination dir.
#
# Returns destination file path.
def destination(dest)
File.join(dest, @ddir, @name)
end
end
class PostContentGenerator < Generator
# Copy the content associated with a specified post.
#
# post - A Post which may have associated content.
def copy_post_content(post)
if post.name !~ /\/index\.[^.\/]+$/
return
end
# FIXME: Ick, hack, any alternative?
postbase = post.instance_eval { @base }
postpath = File.join(postbase, post.name)
postdir = File.dirname(postpath)
destdir = File.dirname(post.destination(""))
site = post.site
sitesrcdir = site.source
contents = Dir.glob(File.join(postdir, '**', '*')) do |filepath|
if filepath != postpath
filedir, filename = File.split(filepath[sitesrcdir.length..-1])
site.static_files <<
StaticPostFile.new(site, sitesrcdir, filedir, filename, destdir)
end
end
end
# Generate content by copying files associated with each post.
def generate(site)
site.posts.each do |post|
copy_post_content(post)
end
end
end
end
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