GSoC’22: Port to Sphinx || Blog post by Henil Shalin Panchal || #13

Greetings of the Day Everyone!

We plan to finish the migration by the end of this week. Once we have migrated to the sphinx based webpage this repository will be available at the default GH pages URL Home - Fortran Programming Language and we will create a banner on the new webpage referencing the old repository in case somebody finds something missing.

This week as we have decided to shift the sphinx site to a new repo (GitHub - fortran-lang/webpage: New Fortran webpage), I have ported the sphinx site to my fork of new repo and also added various functionalities like:

  • resolves #120

  • resolves #122

  • documentation for learn section.

  • resolves workflow delete preview bug

  • update translation po files.

I will be maintaining my fortran-lang’s github pages here : The Fortran Programming Language — Fortran Programming Language

The link of the Github pages has been changed to avoid build conflicts and to preserve the existing site at a subdomain.All the changes can be found at my fork’s github pages.

All the pages of the website are being rendered by Sphinx only.

Please feel free to ping me here or on my mail:

I will be regularly posting the weekly blog links here.

Thanks and Regards,

Henil Shalin Panchal

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Is it possible to use existing translations for French, German and Spanish?

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@alozada @awvwgk Sir, we can use the existing translations but we must manually enter them to their respective sentences in weblate, we wont’t be able to directly use them from the Jekyll site.

Thanks and Regards,
Henil Shalin Panchal

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