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It works on Mac OS X. Probably works without any changes or issues on Linux. A masochist could probably get it working on Windows.
Clone the repo
You probably want to have RVM installed.
The project includes a
.ruby-version file locked to
1.9.3 since that is what Github Pages are currently using.
There is also a
.ruby-gemset that is set to coffeescript-cookbook
We are using Bundler to install the required Ruby dependencies.
You’ll need python installed for this. Macs and most Linuces come with it preinstalled.
Building and Viewing the Website
Open a terminal window, cd into the project folder and run
foreman start from the project root.
Leave this window running while you work.
Any time you change a file, jekyll will rerender it into the
Open a browser and visit http://localhost:4000/ and you should see the site.
Minutiae and Other Trivialities
Jekyll can take a second or two to catch up when you save a file.
If you edit a file and don’t see the changes in your browser, give it a second or two and try again.
As long as it prints
Successfully generated site you should be alright.