I’m using CloudFlare Pages without any build steps, the complete rendered site is already in a folder in the git repo.
Is there a way to avoid the setup steps and just grab the files?
Today I had 1 successful build followed by two failed builds (only counting Publish branch, not all other branches, they always fail)
Looking at the errors below I have two questions.
- Does each deploy download a complete set of dependencies every time?
- Is there anything I can do to tell it not to spend time and network installing these dependencies as I won’t be using them anyway. Right now my “Framework presets” is set to “None”
|12:17:52.846||Initializing build environment. This may take up to a few minutes to complete|
|12:18:28.888||Success: Finished initializing build environment|
|12:18:33.137||Success: Finished cloning repository files|
|12:18:33.868||Python version set to 2.7|
|12:18:37.062||v12.18.0 is already installed.|
|12:18:37.415||Now using node v12.18.0 (npm v6.14.4)|
|12:18:37.437||Started restoring cached build plugins|
|12:18:37.465||Finished restoring cached build plugins|
|12:18:37.873||Attempting ruby version 2.7.1, read from environment|
|12:18:40.094||Using ruby version 2.7.1|
|12:18:40.398||Using PHP version 5.6|
|12:18:40.425||5.2 is already installed.|
|12:18:40.428||Using Swift version 5.2|
|12:18:40.428||Installing Hugo 0.54.0|
|12:18:40.924||Error during Hugo 0.54.0 install: error downloading project gohugoio/hugo, from https://github.com/gohugoio/hugo/releases/download/v0.54.0/hugo_extended_0.54.0_Linux-64bit.tar.gz - binary doesn’t seem to exist: 500|
|12:18:40.924||Failed: build command exited with code: 1|