Hi there folks,
I am using jekyll-algolia to index my jekyll-based documentation site. Jekyll has a feature that allows you to put your collections in a separate directory, defined by “collections_dir” in your config.yml file (you can see it below in the simplified site-structure I’ve provided).
I have been unable to successfully exclude the entirety of the limited-release and general-release collections from my Algolia index.
Here is the files_to_exclude section of my config.yml file. This one lists all of the possible paths that I tried to exclude. I tried with both this entire list and only subgroups of it (different glob patterns & using only HTML or only MD extensions, etc.)
Can anyone tell what I’m doing wrong?
_limited-release (permalink: /rn/limited-release/(sub-folder)/filename/ )
_general-release (permalink: /rn/general-release/(sub-folder)/filename/ )