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I think this makes images-resize 's behavior more consistent with other tasks with regard to putting output files in a location corresponding to their original locations. Specifically, this keeps resized images next to the original images, unless :out-dir is used. I'm guessing there might be a better way of doing this, since other tasks can have a default :out-dir "public" and this uses a default :out-dir nil.
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John Wiseman. The behavior of versions 0. It seems like it's trying to keep resized images with the original images, but unfortunately there's an extra level of public in the output path. The images-resize task puts all resized images to the out-dir "public" by default , which was surprising to me. If I don't use the images-resize task, this generates the following structure in target :.
It seems like images-resize changes the default behavior that files will be copied to a location in target that corresponds to their location in resources. This feels surprising and less useful than putting the resized images in the corresponding output locations for the original images.
I understand a potential workaround would be to specify :out-dir for the task, but I don't know how to do that without adding a separate images-resize task for each subdirectory, which feels somewhat onerous given the default behavior without images-resize doesn't require any per-subdirectory tasks. External sensors. Is it possible to connect external sensors to the drone and read data from it via node-ar-drone? I believe that would require some modifications to the library itself, but is the drone able to transmit data from the sensor to the node. Doesn't work with jekyll-postfiles.
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This plugin currently doesn't work with the jekyll-postfiles plugin. I wish it did! Any thoughts on whether that could ever happen?
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