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Upgrade to Jekyll 2.1 #75

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parkr commented Jul 1, 2014

http://jekyllrb.com/news/2014/05/06/jekyll-turns-2-0-0/
http://jekyllrb.com/news/2014/06/28/jekyll-turns-21-i-mean-2-1-0/

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Bump Jekyll to 2.0.0 #63

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@parkr parkr changed the title from Jekyll 2.1 to Upgrade to Jekyll 2.1 Jul 1, 2014

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rmehner commented Jul 6, 2014

Hey @parkr, thanks for your work. I'd love to use the new Jekyll on GitHub. Is there anything in here you need help with to get this out? To me it looks like that the only two things needed is:

  • change jekyll-versions to v0.1.1 instead of not yet existing v0.1.2
  • change jekyll to v2.1.0 instead of not yet existing v2.1.1

I've checked out your branch and ran the tests and created a new site and all works as expected, but I guess there is a reason why you put in those versions :) So yeah, anything that breaks and where you need help with?

Thanks again!

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rmehner commented Jul 6, 2014

Didn't see the reference above. Sorry for disturbing and enjoy your sunday :)

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parkr commented Jul 6, 2014

@rmehner Absolutely no problem! Help is always kindly accepted where needed -- I really appreciate your offer!

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kdabir commented Jul 10, 2014

Eagerly waiting for GHP to support 2.1.1. Great work guys.

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prbaron commented Jul 21, 2014

Can't wait to see this merged ! Great work on Github Pages guys !

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Add rouge as an alternative to pygments (Jekyll 2.x) #79

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anjin commented Jul 25, 2014

Looking forward to this!

rmehner added a commit to rmehner/jsfest.berlin that referenced this pull request Jul 26, 2014

Remove SCSS as GitHub Pages still doesn't support it.
Reason: We want to make contributing as easy and conflictfree as
possible and there is the chance of people editing the CSS and not the
SCSS which would lead to conflicts as soon as someone else edits the
SCSS again.

Pull request for GitHub support: github/pages-gem#75

/cc @verpixelt & @Dangoo

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jemoji 0.3.0 #80

Remove rouge for now.
We will consider again later.
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benbalter commented Jul 29, 2014

@parkr what do you think about merging this? I doubt anyone's running the gem off master, and it's a blocker for #80.

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parkr commented Jul 29, 2014

@benbalter I need to fix up the highlight tag and push out a new Jekyll version then we can merge. Would rather have master be what's deployed on Pages. 😄

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@benbalter benbalter merged commit bd0be76 into master Jul 30, 2014

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le717 commented Aug 4, 2014

My reaction upon seeing this merged:
Batman dancing

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kleinfreund commented Aug 4, 2014

@le717 What just started playing upon opening your comment:

https://soundcloud.com/begin/particles-over-wakefield

Watching a gif movie for 2:41now.

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