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Replacing unformatted headers and code highlightings

Gustavo Henrique Cardoso Kuklinski de Oliveira Correcting code highlights
Replacing unformatted headers and code highlightings
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Thanks for the changes, but the book branch is basically defunct and unused.

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Commits on Nov 24, 2013
  1. Correcting code highlights

    Gustavo Henrique Cardoso Kuklinski de Oliveira committed
    Replacing unformatted headers and code highlightings
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@@ -71,19 +71,21 @@ will be copied to the static site as-is without modification. In this example,
-h2. Running Jekyll
+=== Running Jekyll
-Usually this is done through the @jekyll@ executable, which is installed with
+Usually this is done through the +jekyll+ executable, which is installed with
the gem. In order to get a server up and running with your Jekyll site, run:
-@jekyll --server@
+----
+jekyll --server
+----
-and then browse to http://0.0.0.0:4000. There's plenty of [[configuration
+and then browse to +http://0.0.0.0:4000+. There's plenty of [[configuration
options|Configuration]] available to you as well.
-On Debian or Ubuntu, you may need to add @/var/lib/gems/1.8/bin/@ to your path.
+On Debian or Ubuntu, you may need to add +/var/lib/gems/1.8/bin/+ to your path.
-h2. Deployment
+=== Deployment
Since Jekyll simply generates a folder filled with HTML files, it can be
served using practically any available web server out there. Please check the
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