Hello to all and thank you for this mailing-list where this is my first post
I guess that many of you know Jekyll - Transform your plain text into
static websites and blogs <http://jekyllrb.com/>
the tool that github use to provide those fine github pages.
Those who don't know it yet about jekyll are invited to learn about it, it
is really a fine tool
But I have one problem with this fine static website generator
I want to be able to rename as freely as possible the filenames that are on
my github repository<https://github.com/internaciulo/jean-michel.bertrou.eu>
The thing is that I don't want to have ugly broken links on my future
fine to the actual version of it
I think it will be quite easy to hack jekyll in order to have those
But for this, I need to have a `REDIRECTIONS` textfile that will be
automatically updated each time a commit changes to my git repository
1. I have learned that pre- and post-commit hooks exist but I don't know
yet how they work
2. More importantly, I need your help to know how I can parse a git
commit in order to have a list of newly "renamed" files
I say "renamed" files because I have leraned that for git, there is not
really such thing as a rename operation
At first it confused me, but then I understood that Linus, who is much
smarter than me ;-), had good reasons to do that
But still, for my static website generator, I *do* need to know which files
were renamed since the last commit (a broken url is a broken url)
that is, which files git detected as similar enough so that we can safely
assume it was a rename operation
Can someone helps me with that ?
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