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README.md

developer.sketchapp.boltdoggy.com

此存储库为 Sketch 的开发者文档中文站点提供支持,该站点位于 developer.sketchapp.boltdoggy.com

本页面为此存储库的说明文件, 非原仓库 README.md 的翻译.

Contribute!

We've made this repository public so you can contribute to it. If you find a typo, or an error, or want to improve the content, feel free to send us a pull request. Also, if there's anything you'd like to see covered or documented, file an issue and we'll do it for you.

We use Jekyll as our content backend, so make sure to read their docs if you need help understanding how the system works.

Setup

If you want to get the site working locally, you'll need to have node and bundler installed. On OS X you'll also need to have Xcode's command line tools installed (xcode-select --install).

Once you have them, run this:

./run

in the project root to start the server. The run script will take care of installing all the needed dependencies if they’re not installed, so it may take a while if it’s the first time you’re running it.

Note: you may find issues with nokogiri when running run. If that's the case, try the following:

  bundle config build.nokogiri --use-system-libraries --with-xml2-include=/usr/include/libxml2/

If that doesn't work, check the troubleshooting tips on Nokogiri's page

Generated Sections

As well as the normal Jekyll processing, there are some areas of the site where the source files are themselves generated by other tools. In particular:

  • The API documentation is stored in the SketchAPI repo to keep it close to the code.

Both of these scripts have some dependencies, and neither are really set up to be run by other people (nor should it be necessary to do so). It's worth knowing that they are there however! Don't waste time hand-editing this generated content, as it will just get replaced next time the scripts are run. Instead, file pull-requests to change the things that the scripts generate the content from - eg the SketchAPI repo or the repos for the example plugins (all of which are open-source).

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