Logs for #nikola for 2016-08-23

08:12:20 <RocketLL> Hello umm
08:12:53 <RocketLL> Can someone help me figure out bootswatch?
08:26:50 <ChrisWarrick> RocketLL: sure
08:27:31 <RocketLL> Welp, so due to my inability to create a theme by myself, I'm using bootswatch which is meh
08:28:23 <RocketLL> Anyhow, so when I go into base.tmpl and change the navbar's color by changing it to navbar-default.
08:28:28 <RocketLL> It doesn't display the changes.
08:29:02 <ChrisWarrick> which base.tmpl file are you editing?
08:30:17 <RocketLL> ~/nikola/lib/python3.4/site-packages/nikola/data/themes/bootstrap3/templates/base.tmpl
08:30:28 <ChrisWarrick> it's better not to touch those files and make a copy instead
08:30:45 <ChrisWarrick> nikola theme -c base.tmpl
08:31:03 <ChrisWarrick> and edit the file it outputs -- also, is the navbar defined in base.tmpl and not base_helper.tmpl?
08:31:50 <RocketLL> yep, not in helper
08:33:15 <RocketLL> Yay, that's better, it worked.
08:33:42 <ChrisWarrick> you might have been editing the wrong file
08:33:51 <RocketLL> Also, how can I do smaller things like removing the source button and making buttons bigger?
08:35:32 <RocketLL> ChrisWarrick: Would I need to create my own theme for that?
08:35:50 <ChrisWarrick> Source button is configurable in conf.py
08:35:57 <ChrisWarrick> making buttons bigger means editing CSS
08:37:06 <RocketLL> Hmm, okie, which file do I need to edit? I guess I'll fuck around
08:51:12 <ChrisWarrick> the one you have in themes/whatever/assets/css
09:39:31 <[Tritium]> TIL ssh hard codes /home/$USER/.ssh
09:50:13 <ChrisWarrick> [Tritium]: you can disable that, at least for some files
09:50:56 <[Tritium]> You cant if you are running cygwin's ssh.exe outside of a cygwin shell (no way for it to get the ssh config)
10:29:22 <ralsina> [Tritium]: it's intentional, and for a good reason, even if it's annoying
10:29:52 <ralsina> [Tritium]: if you just want to ssh and you are on windows there's always putty
10:57:23 * ChrisWarrick likes git bash with conemu on windows
15:12:33 <RocketLL> This is slightly embarrassing
15:12:44 <RocketLL> But I can't figure out rst's section titles.
15:18:15 <x1101> Does underlining the text with '-----' not do it?
15:23:39 <ChrisWarrick> it does
15:23:45 <x1101> that's what I thought
15:23:59 <ChrisWarrick> or with ===== or any other repeated character
15:25:06 <x1101> ChrisWarrick: if I set this `SHOW_SOURCELINK = True` and it still doesn't show up, is it likely that the theme removed source links entirely? (want to make sure I'm barking up the right tree)
15:26:36 <RocketLL> Well, that works
15:26:42 <ChrisWarrick> x1101: most likely, which theme?
15:26:44 <RocketLL> But I can't make it leveled
15:27:18 <ChrisWarrick> RocketLL: basically, every new way of underlining is a new level
15:27:22 <ChrisWarrick> level 1
15:27:25 <ChrisWarrick> =======
15:27:26 <ChrisWarrick> level 2
15:27:28 <ChrisWarrick> -------
15:27:33 <RocketLL> hmm
15:27:55 <x1101> ChrisWarrick: blog.txt (with a few local tweaks to change widths)
15:28:49 <ChrisWarrick> x1101: it doesn't seem to be there
15:30:20 <x1101> that't what I was suspecting. I'll see what I can do to add it. I'd like my source files to be avaliable for ref
15:30:57 <x1101> side question, since I can't tell from Github. What license is Nikola actually under? 
15:31:19 <ChrisWarrick> https://github.com/getnikola/nikola/blob/master/LICENSE.txt
15:31:20 <ChrisWarrick> !license
15:31:20 <KwBot> ChrisWarrick: Nikola is open-source software, licensed under the MIT license: https://getnikola.com/license.html
15:31:39 <x1101> tahnks
15:31:59 <x1101> I was looking at /plugins and the LICENSE just ref's the main license. 
15:34:08 <x1101> well, it _looks_ like it should be there:
15:34:11 <x1101> templates/post.tmpl:22:            <%block name="sourcelink">
15:34:17 <x1101> in themes/blogtxt
15:37:26 <RocketLL> level 1
15:37:26 <RocketLL> ======= 
15:37:26 <RocketLL> level 1 content
15:37:26 <RocketLL> level 2
15:37:26 <RocketLL> -------
15:37:34 <RocketLL> Why doesn't that work D:
15:39:51 <x1101> you need a blank lind between lvl1 content and lvl2
15:40:30 <RocketLL> I did
15:40:39 <RocketLL> But lv1 and 2 appear as the same level
19:47:49 <[Tritium]> ralsina: the problem with putty is you cant use plink with rsync
19:52:37 <x1101> you can't? I'd have sworn you could
19:52:54 <x1101> What about the com version of winscp? 
19:53:55 <[Tritium]> I am pretty sure you can use winscp without putty in path anymore...
19:54:35 <[Tritium]> I am competant enough at envirement hacking to make what i needed work, its just annoying as hell
20:24:35 <x1101> Trying to do anything *nix like on Windows is pretty awful, most of the time.
20:24:44 <x1101> I used git-bash and it wasn't the worst thing
20:24:54 <x1101> and I'm looking foward to trying out WSL
20:26:36 <[Tritium]> WSL is pretty good, but its almost like using a vm
20:27:13 <[Tritium]> its much more performant than a vm, since its windows running elfs natively... but the environment is vm-like
20:36:07 <x1101> sandboxed from the rest of the OS?
21:11:05 <[Tritium]> x1101: you access the os through mountpoints
22:12:35 <ralsina> [Tritium]:  have you tried MS's ubuntu-bash-on-cmd or however it's called?
22:12:58 <[Tritium]> ralsina: Thats called WSL
22:13:03 <ralsina> ah, nice
22:13:20 <[Tritium]> And I am in it right now... just refreshed it after messing it up
22:13:30 <ralsina> I may have a copy of Windows Services for Unix I can snail-mail you, somewhere ;-)
22:13:36 <ralsina> it comes with csh
22:14:04 <[Tritium]> I think thats like discontinued
22:14:13 <ralsina> discontinued HARD
22:14:21 <ralsina> but hey, so is doom 1 and it works on windows 10
22:15:49 <[Tritium]> its kinda disapointing that wsl came out earlier this month, but is running 14.04
22:20:20 <ralsina> yeah
22:20:32 <ralsina> I know at least some people @canonical that upgraded it to 16.04
22:20:39 <ralsina> via evil magic
22:20:58 <[Tritium]> do-release-upgrade doesnt work... i tried