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commit 9df5209dae173e4d8ea710b0ff7d68e859e966a0
parent 32e590aef23e3a12c6ce468def4952c6e6721488
Author: Louis Solofrizzo <lsolofrizzo@online.net>
Date:   Fri, 28 Sep 2018 11:35:34 +0200

Shayla: Typos

Signed-off-by: Louis Solofrizzo <lsolofrizzo@online.net>

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Mmarkdown/making-a-simple-yet-fast-static-site-builder.md | 4++--
1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

diff --git a/markdown/making-a-simple-yet-fast-static-site-builder.md b/markdown/making-a-simple-yet-fast-static-site-builder.md @@ -118,7 +118,7 @@ grain of salt. Let's begin by the obvious: `shayla` is fast. It is 663 times faster than `Jekyll` and 13 times faster than `Hugo`. But again, `shayla` is simple, and -surely _to_ simple for projects other than blogs. By doing those tests, I did +surely _too_ simple for projects other than blogs. By doing those tests, I did have the pleasure to test Hugo for the first time, and I must say I'm impressed with the software. The code looks clean, the template system very simple, and the performances are really nice. For a more complete static site project, I'll @@ -187,7 +187,7 @@ A little header is required at the beginning of every post: summary: This is my first article --- -These 3 are _required_ for every post. Here's a complete list of all the options: +These 2 are _required_ for every post. Here's a complete list of all the options: - `route`: Future route name of the article. It will be displayed as `route.html` is the final site. It is up to you to handle duplicates.