Here is a first post in Debian's updated version of Hugo (0.25.1-1) which comes with support for Emacs' Org-Mode.
In this post I'm testing some of the Org-Mode features that I use.
The HUGO documentation explains how to set a User-defined: Manual Summary Splitting
In markdown it is:
In org, use:
# more ;; separated by a single space
How about exporting a line of Lisp ?
(setq lpr-switches '("-o PrintoutMode=Draft.Gray"))
How about exporting org-mode export source code?
#+BEGIN_SRC lisp (setq lpr-switches '("-o PrintoutMode=Draft.Gray")) #+END_SRC
To set the title and date for a post, put this at the top:
#+TITLE: the title #+DATE: 2017-08-01
How about tables?
|Here is a Table with stuff in it|
|This is row 2||and column 2|
|that makes this column 1||and row 3|
Here is a link to a file.
Here is a TODO list:
One thing done
Second thing still open
Third thing marked done
Nested lists don't seem to work (yet). Issue: add multi-level nested lists support
Thanks to Anthony Fok and Dr. Tobias Quathamer for bringing this to Debian. Thanks to Chase Adams for creating goorgeous. Thanks to Hugo Authors for creating Hugo.