I have one repository that updates my recipes list: GitHub - datapolitical/paprika-exporter: Export recipe data out of Paprika into YAML
And another that runs my website: GitHub - datapolitical/chrisfnicholson.github.io: My blog
Edit: I have copied the code over and set it to run as a GitHub action. It’s working, but there’s no way to keep it synced with the upstream.
My thought is to publish paprika-exporter as a package and then run it from my website repo, but that would edit the directory structure of paprika-exporter so I’m not sure if it would still pull changes correctly from upstream.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
The data from paprika-exporter needs to be moved into the website folders, which is currently done manually on my computer. I’d like it to happen any time the paprika repo is updated.
I’m not sure what the right mechanism is. I could move it as an artifact I think, or just git fetch the first repository and move the files, but then it wouldn’t know to trigger unless there’s a way to have an action watch another repository. Some guidance would be very welcomed.