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README.md

This is the source for the site john.audio

To edit anything you see here without having to run anything locally, just visit our GitHub repo at: https://github.com/thesungods/johndylanaudio.github.io and click the pencil icon to edit stuff. Or, as you're browsing the site, click the GitHub icon in the footer.

To see what your changes look like before sending us the pull request that contains your changes, change your fork of our repo to be named:

YOUR_USERNAME.github.io

Then, visit: http://YOUR_USERNAME.github.io.

You should see a special-to-you version of the site.

Working locally

If that's too easy, or you have files to upload, or you have more extensive changes in mind, run the below commands.

First install rvm

\curl -sSL https://get.rvm.io | bash -s stable

Then load it into your environment

source /Users/(USERNAME)/.rvm/scripts/rvm (or whatever is prompted by the installer)

Then install Ruby 2.2 or higher

rvm install 2.2
rvm use 2.2 --default

Verify that this new version is running (optional)

which ruby
ruby -v

Install the GitHub Pages package, which includes Jekyll

gem install github-pages

Clone our site

git clone https://github.com/johndylanaudio/johndylanaudio.github.io.git

Then, see it run locally:

cd johndylanaudio.github.io
jekyll serve .

Your copy of the site will then be viewable at: http://0.0.0.0:4000 (or wherever Ruby tells you).

If you're a bit rusty with git/GitHub, you might wanna read this for a refresher.

The above instructions work on Mac and Linux. These instructions might help for Windows users.

Thank you!

Thank you for anything you can do to help us out! John's is an open-source music project and he loves you.