It turns out using Cobalt and your personal GitHub page is a bit trickier to setup. Your personal GitHub page as oppose to your repo GitHub page, must have the content in the
master branch. Repository/Project GitHub pages can live in a subdir of default branch i.e.
This is not a criticism of Cobalt, but rather myself demonstrating my lack of git prowess.
The general gist of this how to, is that you place your Cobalt project in the
source branch and then use
cobalt import --branch master to transfer the rendered content to master.
- Create your user/personal page repo (USERNAME.github.io)
- Follow instructions for initialising a repo
git checkout -b source cobalt init # do cobalty stuff.. cobalt build # commit, maybe even push to source cobalt import --branch master git checkout master # commit, definitely push
If you want to check out my setup you can find it here.
buildfolder gets copied to the
cobalt import. The folder doesn't contain any files. My work around at the moment is to add it to