Hugo 0.34 Released

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Nice & thank you!
When you say .Match "images/*.jpg", do you mean images under static/images?

No, this is all page bundle stuff.

── content
│   └── mybundle
│       ├── images
│       │   ├── photo.jpg
│       │   └── sunset.jpg
│       └──

So, the filter JPEG images in the template for mybundle above, you can do .Resources.Match "images/*.jpg or even .Resources.Match "**.jpg

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You guys are really busy this year - thank you for this exciting update.

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Got it. Thanks. Just was thinking about how to handle images that might be used on every content page.

Yes, that is a common requirement.

I have created this issue to find a solid solution to this and similar:

The Snap & 3rd-Party Releases

Snap Package - the Hugo Snap/SnapCraft package - updated
Docker/CI Image - a Hugo Docker image for Continuous Integration- updated
Fedora Copr - Hugo RPM packages for Fedora and CentOS - updated

Anybody knows how it usually take for the version to be available on brew?
.33 was available less than 2 hours afterward (I think)

.34 still is not available as I type this message

Timeframe I don’t know but looking at GitHub, it hasn’t been updated yet:

I could do the PR myself but they want you to test it locally. My Macbook is at home (I don’t use it often, Linux FTW :wink:).

If a PR isn’t opened in a couple of hours, I’ll take care of it.

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The tagline on Hugo v0.34 release notes says:

Hugo 0.34 adds full glob with super-asterisk support, for example *.jpg.

Should it be:

Hugo 0.34 adds full glob with super-asterisk support, for example **.jpg.



What’s wrong with “*.jpg”? I understand it’s not the super-variant, but it is a valid example.

The sentence implies that the example would be one of super asterisk support.

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It says “super-asterisk”, but the example is that of the regular asterisk that worked before v0.34, right?


└── page-bundle/
    ├── images/
    │   └── foo.jpg
    └── bar.jpg

*.jpg will still match only bar.jpg, and not images/foo.jpg … just as before.

But **.jpg will match both bar.jpg and images/foo.jpg… which is a new feature in Hugo v0.34. So I thought that the v0.34 tagline would contain **.jpg as an example instead.

I understand what you are saying. My sentence isn’t totally wrong – and not wrong enough for me to update it in two places :slight_smile:

They beat me to it. v0.34 has been merged into Brew.

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I am speechless - Thank you for that hard work


a bit late, but the COPR has been updated today :slight_smile:


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No worries. Updated. :slight_smile:

Just wanted to say that I updated from 0.18.1 to 0.34 with no issues other than a warning about disableRSS and disableSitemap configs being deprecated in the future. Nice job!