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Happy New year!
I have been writing "Today I learned (TIL)" article for a while. These are short note about development things that I learned and stored as a collection of markdown file in GitHub. I hosted it with GitBook on
As articles are already written in Markdown, I would like to have this synchronized to my whenever there is update to the contents. The idea is to run a script on new commit that sync the change to
So, I have created a small golang script that triggered in a GitHub action workflow that does:
  1. 1.
    Figure out markdown file that added or changed in the current commit.
  2. 2.
    Fetch all articles from via an API.
  3. 3.
    For each local article, compare it to (using a canonical URL).
  4. 4.
    Create or Update the article accordingly via the API.
This is an example of the pipeline running
I wrote stuff about cli tricks, git, network, go, etc. Check out the full list on
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