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authorPatrick Spek <>2022-01-18 15:53:18 +0100
committerPatrick Spek <>2022-01-18 15:53:18 +0100
commita2a08925b3f855c883e55f39eecc78fe009f9485 (patch)
parent0a19618ae4ba2ab1dbcc243e0b91d4792349a2cd (diff)
Fix up broken admonitions
3 files changed, 3 insertions, 4 deletions
diff --git a/content/posts/2019/ b/content/posts/2019/
index 762492d..f6cf47c 100644
--- a/content/posts/2019/
+++ b/content/posts/2019/
@@ -9,7 +9,6 @@ tags:
{{< admonition title="Disclaimer" >}}
-{% admonition_md Disclaimer %}
Please keep in mind that the opinion shared in this blog post is mine and mine
alone. I do not speak for any other members of the PerlCon organization team.
Please do not address anyone but me for the positions held in this post.
diff --git a/content/posts/2020/ b/content/posts/2020/
index 67a64c4..2b77dae 100644
--- a/content/posts/2020/
+++ b/content/posts/2020/
@@ -83,7 +83,7 @@ my $config ={
`foo` has been made into the `Str` *type object*, rather than a `Str` *value*.
This was technically allowed in previous `Config` versions, but it comes with
actual significance in 3.0.
-{{< / admonition_md >}}
+{{< / admonition >}}
Using `.new` instead of `.read` is a minor syntactic change, which saves 1 word
per program. This isn't quite that big of a deal. However, the optional `name`
@@ -150,7 +150,7 @@ environment variable, as per the `Log` module's interface. When set to `7` (for
"debug"), it will print the configuration files that are being merged into your
`Config` and which environment veriables are being used as well.
-{{< admonition_md title="note" >}}
+{{< admonition title="note" >}}
A downside is that the application using `Config` for its configuration must
also support `Log` to actually make the new logging work. Luckily, this is
quite easy to set up, and there's example code for this in `Log`'s README.
diff --git a/content/posts/2020/ b/content/posts/2020/
index 480d3ae..7bb2e55 100644
--- a/content/posts/2020/
+++ b/content/posts/2020/
@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ There *is* a
which would allow me to just copy over files to the right directory, however, I
quite like the ability to have multiple versions of the same module installed.
This is actually something Portage is designed with, too!
-{{< admonition >}}
+{{< / admonition >}}
After an email to the Raku users mailing list, I got some pointers over IRC. I
let these sink in for a couple days, considering how to approach the problem