Small script for converting jekyll blog posts to a hugo site

Jekyll To Hugo

This is a small script for converting jekyll posts to hugo

It requires python and should work on all unix like systems, possibly also on windows machines however it's only been tested on debian using python 2.7


It currently does not handle static resources such as images and scripts, these will have to be moved to their correct locations manually. As for jekyll specific codes it only handles {% Highlighting %} converting it into the hugo format


$ [-h] [-o OUTPUT] [-v] source

PS: If you are unable to execute the directly, then use this:

$ python [-h] [-o OUTPUT] [-v] source

If you have both Python 2 and Python 3 installed in your Linux system, you can use this:

$ python2 [-h] [-o OUTPUT] [-v] source


positional arguments:
  source                Path to folder containing jekyll posts

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -o OUTPUT, --output OUTPUT
                        Path to output folder, will be created if it does not
                        exist. Defaults to content
  -v, --verbose         Print extra logging output