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  • Refactoring LENNAH SSG
    dev.to | 2021-10-14
    After I tested everything I was able to do an interactive rebase in Git to merge all my commits together. This was a really neat feature that allowed me to keep my actions/changes organized and it was super easy to do! If you want to take a look at my rebased commit you can find it here. While it looks like a lot was changed it was a lot more manageable because in reality it was a bunch of separate changes. This feature is great to make the commit history look a lot cleaner because I know I am someone who always tends to miss a few things here and there so the tiny commits tend to pile up. Now I don't have to feel as bad when I notice a small thing that needs changing, I can just rebase the commits!
  • Drafting My First Pull Request
    dev.to | 2021-10-10
    This week, I focused on adding a new feature to my friends site generator, LENNAH SSG. Using a fork of his project with an issue branch, I was able to add support for config files using --config. I also created a draft pull request in order to better communicate our ideas to each other.
  • I'm mergin here
    dev.to | 2021-09-30
    Last week when merging my partner's repo we encountered an issue where several files were in conflict. We opted to delete the conflicting files on his end to allow the merge, rather than going through line by line and seeing what was different and he kept backups so as to reintroduce any code that was cut if he so chose.
  • Parallel updates
    dev.to | 2021-09-30
    I decided the two features I wanted to add were things related to the markdown functionality of my SSG. I added support for inline code using the ` syntax and I also added support for the horizontal rule "---" syntax. Thanks to my classmate Gus, it was really easy to augment the existing code to add new features to the markdown support. All I had to do was add some if statements in the markdown handler section of the file reader to check for ` and --- then I just needed to add a new function for inline code generation. You can find the changes for the inline code implementation here and the horizontal rule implementation here.
  • Learning to make pull requests
    dev.to | 2021-09-24
    When Gus made a pull request for my SSG, I found a few things I wanted him to change. First I wanted him to do the same thing as I did for his SSG; make the txt title/header functionality only work for txt files. Second, I noticed that he had if statements like this:
  • Collab bro??
    dev.to | 2021-09-24
    This week I worked on Joshua Li's SSG, LennahSSG again. I added support for markdown files, with the ability to distinguish and generate appropriate HTML tags for bold and italics.
  • Lab 1
    dev.to | 2021-09-17
    The hardest part of testing/reviewing Joshua's code was finding anything to critique, it was that good. Like when a prof gives you code to work on, logically organized, concise and without mistakes. His code wouldn't compile using g++ originally, but after ignoring the warnings that came up it compiled fine. I think it was just a case of the compiler being finicky, it wasn't liking the multiple declarations of having prototypes earlier in the file but it ran fine after I ignored those. He also included an executable so it wouldn't have made much of a difference regardless.
  • Code review and testing with a classmate
    dev.to | 2021-09-16
    It was also very nice to have someone else take a look at your code, I made a few silly mistakes that I would probably never have caught because it made sense in my head, such as my versioning being wrong. (Issue).
  • LENNAH - A simple static site generator
    dev.to | 2021-09-16
    Clone the repo from here.


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joshuali7536/LennahSSG is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

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