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README.md

The Futhark Website

The website is built with Hakyll, which is a Haskell library for generating static sites. The actual content is written in the ReStructured Text format.

We use the Haskell Tool Stack for managing compilation. To build:

stack exec futhark-website build

You can preview with:

stack exec futhark-website watch

When you are ready to deploy to futhark-lang.org, run:

stack exec futhark-website deploy

This requires rsync installed locally and your public SSH key added to the remote server.

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