Say I have the following notes in Joplin:
Notes/ | About └───Blog/ | | A Blog Post | | Another Post
And say I have a folder called
exported_notes/ that already contains the above notes exported as Markdown:
Notes/ | About.md └───Blog/ | | A Blog Post.md | | Another Post.md
Right now, if I export the notes again, the
exported_notes/ folder will end up containing a duplicate
.md file for every note:
Notes/ | About.md | About(1).md └───Blog/ | | A Blog Post.md | | A Blog Post(1).md | | Another Post.md | | Another Post(1).md
Is it possible TO REPLACE existing exported Markdown files? Maybe it could be a setting?
[ ] Replace existing exported notes in the target directory?
I created a reactive static website builder that reacts to exported notes from Joplin immediately, but the duplicates are kind of breaking the concept. Because I have to delete the content folder every time I want to export the notes again.