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.changeset: Changeset files and configuration.
.github: GitHub actions, templates for issues, and FUNDING file. A GitHub action will publish the
/examplesas starters to individual GitHub repositories. Another GitHub action will handle the publishing of packages.
cypress: Contains the Cypress tests for
examples: Contains the corresponding example sites for the
themes. These projects can and should be used as a starter and will be copied over to their own repository. Hence they contain example data and additional Gatsby plugins (e.g.
gatsby-plugin-manifest). The folder names are the contents after
packages: Shared helpers and utilities for the themes. Compiled with tsup.
plop-templates: Template for plop.js.
scripts: In order to run the tests on GitHub Actions some utility bash scripts are needed which are located here.
themes: Contains the themes themselves. They should only have the bare minimum of plugins installed (as
examplescan expand them) and also use
Theme UIfor styling. The naming of the folders must be
gatsby-theme-[name-with-dashes]and the package name under the scope of
www: Contains the source code for themes.lekoarts.de.
vitest-setup.ts: Vitest is used for Unit Testing.
Make sure that you have
yarn installed on your machine (as it's mandatory for
yarn workspaces). Fork this repository, clone it and run
yarn in the root directory.
To launch the development server of an example site, use:
yarn workspace [examples/name] develop
Or for a build:
yarn workspace [examples/name] build
In the case of
examples/emma this command would be
yarn workspace emma develop. Now you can make changes to the respective theme and see them via Hot-Reloading.
Commit your changes to a feature branch of your fork and open up a PR against this repository. The PR will have checks in place (unit and end-to-end tests) which you can also run on your machine in preparation for the PR.
Have a look at the contributing guide to learn more.
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