I used to have a Jekyll site on Github and have now migrated to Hugo (yay)
I’ve followed the excellent guide here: https://gohugo.io/tutorials/github-pages-blog/
and have my repo here: https://github.com/Svenito/unlogic
As you can see I have a
master branch with the Hugo source files, and a
gh-pages branch with the results of the build. This is pretty much what the jekyll site was set up like too.
The issue is though that I always get a build error from Github:
Your site is having problems building:
Page build failed. For more information, see help.github.com/articles/troubleshooting-github-pages-build-failures.
No more information than that. I’m not sure what it’s trying to build as I am pushing the generated site. Of course, the site and pages aren’t working : unlogic.co.uk
Thinking that it might be because the old blog used to be a Jekyll site (but generated locally before pushing), I deleted the repo and recreated it. Still no luck.
I saw someone who had a similar problem here, but that thread offered no working solution.
Any help as to how I can go about troubleshooting this would be great.
Missing links because I can’t add more than two links.
EDIT: I have narrowed down the error to the
assets/css/main.scss file from the hugo-minimalist theme. So I guess this could be an error in the theme?