Hugo 0.115.2 packages
Brew - Hugo Brew package for macOS and Linux - updated
Snap Package - Hugo Snap (Snapcraft) package for Linux - not yet updated
Docker/CI Image - Hugo Docker image for Continuous Integration - updated
Debian (unstable) - not yet updated (Track link)
Ubuntu (hirsute) - not yet updated (Track link )
Fedora Copr - Hugo RPM package for Fedora and CentOS - updated
Chocolatey Package - Hugo Chocolatey package for Windows
Hi, I checked the output with my - “de” with disabled “en”, default in subdir - setting.
a) content and dirs are ok.
b) sitemap in “/de” but no sitemapindex in the root.
Q: Is b) correct?
In my understanding: an index map in the root with the link to the de map should be provided.
Well, Hugo has never created a sitemapindex when you have only 1 language defined. With the new behehaviour introduced above, maybe we should.
Also missing index.html in root that redirects to defaultContentLanguage subdirectory.
Because such a language configuration is a “pseudo static language” setting, one can put the siteimapindex in the static dir. 115.2 provides the “automatic” creation and building parts. So it’s okay for me.
No, I think that your and @jmooring comment makes perfectly sense, it just didn’t cross my mind when doing the above. If someone could create a “Github reminder”, I will fix.
Thank you all!
Is this related?
That issue is closed, fixed with https://github.com/gohugoio/hugo/pull/7413. With v0.115.2:
disableKinds = ['taxonomy','term'] enableRobotsTXT = true defaultContentLanguage = 'en' defaultContentLanguageInSubdir = true [languages.en] contentDir = 'content/en' languageCode = 'en-US' languageName = 'English' weight = 1 [languages.de] contentDir = 'content/de' disabled = true languageCode = 'de-DE' languageName = 'Deutsch' weight = 2
produces this site...
public/ ├── en/ │ ├── index.html │ ├── index.xml │ └── sitemap.xml └── robots.txt
This is a issue about a release, not a bug tracker.
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