IPython website sources. Any fixes to the website should be done on this repository.
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README.md

Deployment

Travis-CI should automatically deploy the website a few minutes after the branches are merged or pushed on master, so you shouldn't need to worry about the building process.

If you would like to build/push manually though, see next section.

Build website

To manually build the website in the gh-pages directory, use

$ make gh-pages

This will clone the built-website repository, build a new version in it, auto-commit, and will then prompt you to check that everything is fine before pushing. Of course you need to have the right to push.

Additionally run

$ make linkcheck

if you have time to spare. This will launch a check of all external links.

Edits

Any fixes to the website, including this README, should be made in the ipython-website repository.