While starting the server, I got a very strange message from my PC:
Error: “C:\Hugo\bin\config.toml:1:1”: unmarshal failed: Near line 1 (last key parsed ‘theme = “dream”’): expected key separator ‘=’, but got ‘\r’ instead
But I never wrote any separators at all, I just printed this to start a new theme:
echo ‘theme = “dream”’ >> config.toml
hugo server -D
So, what is going on?
Where did you run the command
echo ‘theme = “dream”’ >> config.toml ?
You can simply follow these steps to get into it.
- git clone https://github.com/g1eny0ung/hugo-theme-dream.git
- open a terminal on the cloned folder (which is
- cd exampleSite/
- hugo server --themesDir …/…
it will serve the theme on your localhost.
" is not ”
take a look in a text editor into your config.toml and fix the "
You mean, I should delete “” at all, as they prevent system to work?
I run them in Command Line:
you can follow the steps I just provided.