How To use
To use Jekyll you need to have (at least) Ruby 1.9.1. Then you can use RubyGems to install Jekyll:
[sudo] gem install jekyll
After that you should install two dependencies, Pygments, which is used for Syntax Highlighting, and Redcarpet, which is used as Markdown-Renderer.
[sudo] gem install redcarpet --version=1.9 [sudo] easy_install pygments
Now you can clone this repository...
git clone https://github.com/laerador/lc3dyr.de.git
... and render the Website with the Jekyll Server:
Jekyll now runs a local Server at Port 4000, and you can view the website at localhost:4000.
The content of the articles (as found in
_src/_posts/) is licend under the Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
3.0. The Code of the Templates and everything not directly specified ist
licensed under MIT.
Special thanks to the following Projects, from which I used Code/Ideas:
- The Colortheme of the website is hardly inspired by: Dream Magnet by lagunabeach licenced CC-BY-NC-SA
- The Flowerimages are created by DragonArt and released under CC-BY-NC-SA, and have been recolored by myself.
- Jekyll Plugins from Recursive-Design, which I use. They are Licenced under the MIT License.