Publishing my Emacs Configuration using Gitea Actions
About a year ago I already wrote a few blog posts about publishing my Emacs configuration, lastly using a GitLab pipeline. This worked quite fine since back then and I had zero problems or issues with the pipeline. Although I’m using the GitLab CI feature for this I don’t use GitLab for hosting the repository. My dot-emacs-repository over there is just a mirror, the main one is in my personal Gitea instance.
Another Update on Publishing my Emacs Configuration
A few weeks ago I wrote a post about how I experimented with publishing my Emacs configuration (which is written in Org) using org-publish. Kashual Modi, the creator of ox-hugo, replied to me and asked me if I thought about publishing the configuration using ox-hugo. I didn’t! And it turned out that it was done by just adding three lines at the top of my Emacs configuration file as I wrote in a follow-up post a few days later.
Quick Deploy Solution
Quick Deploy - a possibly hacky way to deploy a Git repository without much overload and fast setup. Motivation From time to time I work on some TYPO3 Site Packages (mostly design work) where seeing the changes is quite important to me. Since TYPO3 needs a web server and a Database server running (well yes, it can be set up locally, but I had some database errors last time I tried).