Hello. I’m creating a new Nitrogen rebar3 project like this:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:osbre/nitrogen.git --branch=rebar3 cd nitrogen make rel_cowboy PROJECT=example # project name cd ../example make run_dev open "http://127.0.0.1:8000" # or xdg-open if on Linux
Just noticed there is a
site/ directory which links to the other directories:
├── site │ ├── include -> ../include │ ├── src -> ../src │ ├── static -> ../priv/static │ └── templates -> ../priv/templates
As a beginner to both Erlang and Nitrogen, what are the reasons for having this directory?
Is it for compatibility with learning resources that mention the
site/ directory? If so, can I delete the