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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
git clone git://github.com/coffeescript-cookbook/coffeescript-cookbook.github.com.git
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.
easy_install pygments # for syntax highlighting
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.