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README.md

bundler.io

bundler.io is intended to serve as a convenient source for documentation on the bundler gem.

The site bundler.io is a static site generated using Middleman.

Bundler's manual pages document much of its functionality and serve as an important part of the site. They are included via the Rakefile.

Development Set Up

Begin by cloning the repository onto your location machine:

git clone https://github.com/bundler/bundler-site.git

Once complete prepare the dependencies by running:

bundle install

Basic Middleman Commands

Fetch latest documentation from bundler repo (should be done before running local development web server):

rake man

Run a local development web server:

bundle exec middleman server

This will start a local web server running at: http://localhost:4567. It will serve the site as it exists in /source.

To specify the host and/or port, add the -h, -p flag(s):

bundle exec middleman -h 0.0.0.0 -p 8080

Note: the development server will automatically reload pages when they or there associated stylesheets are modified. This feature is enabled in config.rb.

Build the site:

bundle exec middleman build

This will use the files in /source to generate a static site in /build.

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