There are already guide out there to get Jekyll installed on machine.
I have problem to start it after installation though, a long list of errors follow,
D:\ruby_projects\olla\jekyll serve Configuration file: D: / ruby_projects / olla / _config.yml Source: D: / ruby_projects / olla Destination: D: / ruby_projects / olla / _site Generating... Liquid Exception: cannot load such file -- yajl / 2.0 / yajl in _posts / 2013 - 10 - 22 -welcome-to-jekyll.markdown
And of course, …
I recently took part in a discussion about static site generators like Middleman, Jekyll and. I mentioned that I was hosting this site on , and also doing more advanced stuff, like setting up redirects.
Here's how I do it. It's pretty simple.
s3cmd , then s3cmd --configure
Installing these on my platform ( Homebrew ) is a breeze:with
1 brew install git s3cmd # same with apt-get & yum
…your own APIs
Writing a self-documenting, publishablewebsite for your applicatio
writing a plugin for Jekyll
Testing your Gems, writing afrom scratch with testing
Adding a new feature to a Gem by writing a few tests for it
Integration testing your application
I'm struggling finding a satisfying taxonomy for tagging my posts here. There was even a time when I would enter them but hide from from display because of how unhappy I was with their ability to tie posts together or increasing discoverability for search engines.
Since I'm not using Jekyll, however, I had to be a little more creative …
…deploy). deliver is a single utility to rule one's deploys to gh:pages, Jekyll, , node.js etc, even legacy code (we all have it). The talk will also touch on S3-backed site deploys & Route53 IP failover to that site.
Passing on our skills to the next generation
Pablo Brasero Moreno says:
I will share my experience teaching programming to children for a month. I will also tell us about "code clubs" in the, and what technologies …
…reader or email inbox (depending on your subscription preferences). Because of the newgenerated by Jekyll, it's also likely that many feed readers will show sixteen or so unread posts. I apologize in advance for the noise; unfortunately, this is the inevitable cost of the changeover. This post is the only one that's actually new, so you can just mark all the other posts as read.
Now back to our regularly scheduled program .
…teaching opportunity. After doing the legwork in designing and building the core of the Help site in Jekyll, I worked closely with Ann and a handful of the team to remove their git training wheels and give them a primer on . No and to learn. Simply update a text file, git push it to our Help site repo, and we're off. The Support team has been writing fully-packed guides and pushing their own commits since. Fun fact: teaching them some …
I've been using Jekyll for almost 4 years now , which is long before and existed. Since then, there have been a slew of plugins that build on top of Jekyll that provide everything from new "models" to an asset pipeline like . I have a simple rule with how I use Jekyll:
If I need more than what Jekyll provides by default, I don't use Jekyll.
I'm super happy that people can build on top of Jekyll's "core". …
It appears that if you want to specify a custom output directory with Jekyll's destination: parameter, in its _config.yml file, this destination: line should be the first line.
In my personal experience, today, this caused the creation of both a custom output dir and Jekyll's default output dir _site :
Whereas this produced only the custom output dir:
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