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Does anyone find the HTTP server to be all that critical to their workflow? I'm considering removing it.
In its absence you can always open the "index.html" file directly to access the site. Perhaps a neuron open command can be provided that does this (using xdg-open on linux and openon Mac).
Or, it can be disabled by default, with CLI option to run it if anybody wants it.
Alright, the new command is: neuron -d ./guide rib -wS
neuron -d ./guide rib -wS
Let's keep HTTP server, but neuron open is added
I generally am against site generators and similar stuff to have their own http server, I like to use mine. but with neuron the process was so easy and smooth that I like it the way it is.
the HTTP server is useful to implement scroll-sync UX like this: https://github.com/iamcco/markdown-preview.nvim#--markdown-preview-for-neovim--