Editing in GitHub Codespaces
I wrote this post in GitHub Codespaces, which looks like Visual Studio Code but in the browser (it even supports Vim mode!).
You can set up a new Codespace by logging into GitHub and navigating here, then creating a new codespace for your repository.
In my case, I chose my blog repository:
hugomd/blog. GitHub spun up a new codespace for me, with
hugo version 0.76.3, which is pretty new. It also includes
docker and other helpful tools by default.
Once you start running
hugo serve, you will be prompted to forward port
1313 (the default
hugo port). Unfortunately, this means that when you load up your blog, it will load without any resources, because all requests will be routed to
localhost:1313 by default, rather than to the codespace.
Thankfully, there’s an easy fix to this:
hugo serve --baseUrl=/ --appendPort=false
The above command overrides the
config.toml, which is
https://hugo.md/ in my config. The last part is key, it avoids appending the port,
1313 to the
Now you can browse to the link (
*.apps.codespaces.githubusercontent.com) that was forwarded, and your
hugo blog should load up with all its resources!
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