This week I improved my SSG using Github Actions. I’ve added a script that automatically runs my tests so I can test whether my core features work even after I’ve added things to my code. After that, I added tests to Tong’s ssg ssgfire to help me test his github action script
First I added a .yml script that calls my script on Github actions every time I run my script.
Then I added a new test to test my script. Later, I broke it down and fixed it again to see if it worked.
After reading the tweaks-contribution.md file I set up my test framework and started working on a new test. I decided to test it to see if his markdown files were working properly.
Using Github Actions allows for a lot of automation in things like testing and code formatting. It’s good to use this because if someone is contributing you can focus on what they say rather than the main features.