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README.md

cmi-www

This is The Library of Christ Mind Teachings website.

BrowserStack Status

As of March 19, 2019, The Library includes the following teachings:

  • A Course In Miracles Sparkly Edition (cmi-acim)
  • A Course Of Love, partially included here because it is not officially approved (cmi-acol)
  • The Impersonal Life (cmi-jsb)
  • The Raj Material (cmi-raj)
  • The Way of Mastery (cmi-wom)

This is a Jekyll site and with increasing size build times became longer and longer. As a result each teaching is developed as its own Jekyll site with the output directed to a subdirectory, named "t" in this project.

The project is hosted by Netlify which deploys to production from Github after a "master" branch push.

Local Development

For local development clone the following repositories into a common parent directory.

  • cmi-acim
  • cmi-acol
  • cmi-jsb
  • cmi-raj
  • cmi-wom
  • cmi-www

Build the site and watch for changes by running the following command in the root directory of each repository.

$ npm start

Doing so will set JEKYLL_ENV=development and direct the output to cmi-www/_site/t. The full site can be tested from localhost:9999. The url of each teaching is given below.

  • cmi-acim: t/acim
  • cmi-acol: t/acol
  • cmi-jsb: t/jsb
  • cmi-raj: t/raj
  • cmi-wom: t/wom
  • cmi-www: /

Preview Deployment to Netlify

This will build a publicly available site in a temporary Netlify domain.

Copy _build.dev.sh to the parent directory, the one containing all cloned repositories. Follow these steps:

  1. Stop "npm start" command running in all repositories by pressing ^C.

  2. Change directory to the parent, where _build.dev.sh was copied.

  3. To build in development mode each project, run the command;

    $ ./_build.dev.sh
    

    The output from each project goes to cmi-www/t. This is included in the final build step, that of cmi-www and output to _site.

  4. Change directory to cmi-www

  5. Deploy to netlify by running:

    $ netlify deploy
    

Production Deploy to Netlify

The process is nearly the same as the preview deploy.

  1. Copy the _build.prod.sh script to the parent directory.

  2. Make sure 'npm start' is not running for all repositories.

  3. Change directory to parent and run

    $ ./_build.prod.sh
    
  4. Deploy to Netlify production by running:

    $ netlify deploy --prod
    
  5. The site will be available at https://www.christmind.info.

Note: The Auto deploy feature of Netlify is disabled so we don't have to track (git) the output of the separate build commands that are in cmi-www/t.

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