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Update windows.md #4210

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DavidBurela commented Dec 2, 2015

Added a very quick guide on getting Jekyll up and running on Windows in the fastest way possible with just a few command prompt commands.

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Added a very quick guide on getting Jekyll up and running on Windows in the fastest way possible with just a few command prompt commands.
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Great!

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Great!

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@DavidBurela I think nodejs isn't required anymore. I don't have it installed and jekyll works for me.

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@DavidBurela I think nodejs isn't required anymore. I don't have it installed and jekyll works for me.

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@DavidBurela I think nodejs isn't required anymore. I don't have it installed and jekyll works for me.

@kaatt That's correct, NodeJS is only required for Jekyll 2.x, which depends on the CoffeeScript gem, which requires NodeJS. :)

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@DavidBurela I think nodejs isn't required anymore. I don't have it installed and jekyll works for me.

@kaatt That's correct, NodeJS is only required for Jekyll 2.x, which depends on the CoffeeScript gem, which requires NodeJS. :)

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That would make sense. I was following what documentation I could find for Windows which was for 2.x at the time and listed Node. Didn't realise it had been removed for 3.x. I'll update the instructions to bring it down to just 2 command prompt entries 😁

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DavidBurela commented Dec 3, 2015

That would make sense. I was following what documentation I could find for Windows which was for 2.x at the time and listed Node. Didn't realise it had been removed for 3.x. I'll update the instructions to bring it down to just 2 command prompt entries 😁

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