- Jekyll Compress Images plugin (GitHub - valerijaspasojevic/jekyll-compress-images: 🚀 Jekyll plugin for compress/optimize images (jpg, png, gif, svg))
- Forestry CMS
Build time for my Jekyll site is very slow (~20 min). The image optimizer I’m using has a cache file (_compress_images_cache.yml) where it keeps a track of images that it optimized. Every time it optimizes an image it adds the image path to the file and it works fine on the local install. However, when a new image is added through Forestry, the cache file is not updated…so the plugin keeps optimizing the images over and over.
Is there a way to suppress an update of the cache file? I can’t find anything in the docs. Thank you!