Hugo v0.101.0 Released


Hugo 0.101.0 packages

Brew - Hugo Brew package for macOS and Linux - updated :white_check_mark:
Snap Package - Hugo Snap (Snapcraft) package for Linux

  • traditional release - not yet updated :x:
  • extended release - not yet updated :x:

Docker/CI Image - Hugo Docker image for Continuous Integration - updated :white_check_mark:
Docker Image - klakegg/hugo - Other Hugo Docker image - updated :white_check_mark:
Debian (sid) - not yet updated :x: (Track link)
Ubuntu (kinetic) - not yet updated :x: (Track link )
Fedora Copr - Hugo RPM package for Fedora and CentOS - not yet updated :x:
Chocolatey Package - Hugo Chocolatey package for Windows


The hl_inline option is especially cool after one goes into the appropriate CSS/SCSS for Chroma and adds .code-inline styling to each line of what’s already there for .chroma (easy in VS Code or similar editors). For example:

/* Prior to Hugo 0.101.0 */
/* Background */ .chroma { color: #d0d0d0; background-color: #202020 }
/* Name */ .chroma .n { color: #ff9970 }
/* ... etc. */
/* For `hl-inline` option in Hugo 0.101.0 */
/* Background */ .chroma, .code-inline { color: #d0d0d0; background-color: #202020 }
/* Name */ .chroma .n, .code-inline .n { color: #ff9970 }
/* ... etc. */
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Hmm… Maybe the Chroma class should be added by default, I didn’t think about this … I will create an issue to remind myself.


In my case, I’d have needed to do this anyway because I tweak the auto-generated Chroma CSS for accessibility. Some of the default Chroma stylesheets’ colors don’t pass the WebAIM contrast checker test. But, otherwise, yes, good point.

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Brew - Hugo Brew package for macOS updated :white_check_mark: :


Docker image - klakegg/hugo - Updated :white_check_mark:


What does “GIF animation image processing” mean? Any examples? The link does not give any hints and no examples.

It means you can process (resize, rotate etc.) these images and preserve the animation:

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