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Add bundler support because screw `sudo gem install`

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commit 5d80c394ff0e408dec270a3cde67b65f3e5fa848 1 parent b220c4d
Tekkub authored October 17, 2012
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+source "http://rubygems.org"
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+gem 'maruku'
12  Gemfile.lock
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+GEM
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+  remote: http://rubygems.org/
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+  specs:
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+    maruku (0.6.1)
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+      syntax (>= 1.0.0)
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+    syntax (1.0.0)
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+
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+PLATFORMS
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+  ruby
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+
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+DEPENDENCIES
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+  maruku
14  README.markdown
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 Learn.GitHub.com
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 ================
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-This is the code and data behind [learn.github.com](http://learn.github.com). 
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-The page content lives in the pages/ directory and is compiled into the HTML 
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+This is the code and data behind [learn.github.com](http://learn.github.com).
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+The page content lives in the pages/ directory and is compiled into the HTML
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 output in p/. Normally, generated files like these wouldn't be checked into
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 source control, but it's required for the
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 [GitHub Pages](http://pages.github.com/) hosting.
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 Dependencies, Getting Started
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-Compiling the site requires maruku, which can be installed with:
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+Compiling the site requires maruku, which can be installed with
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+[Bundler](http://gembundler.com/):
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-    sudo gem install maruku
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+    bundle install
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 Once you've done that, just run rake to compile the site:
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 To contribute to the learn.github site, you can fork the repository,
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-push your changes into it and send a pull request.  
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+push your changes into it and send a pull request.
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 If you want to run the site on GitHub pages for testing, you can push your
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-changes into your fork of the repository and it will render at the usual convention of
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+changes into your fork of the repository and it will render at the usual
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+convention of
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   http://YOURUSERNAME.github.com/THEREPONAME
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