The Maven site can now be published to Github pages using this command:
mvn clean site site:stage site:stage-deploy scm-publish:publish-scm
You can see a test run of the site and upload at http://jendave.github.io/jruby/
Maven site can now be published to github pages
In case anyone asks, I did not use the official github site plugin because it has a 5000 blob limit, which is an issue for such a large project. I also had numerous errors during site uploads with it. The Maven scm-publish plugin proved to be much more capable.
cool, this http://jendave.github.io/jruby/dependency-convergence.html even
shows the gems with their versions ;)
the Jruby Integration Tests link is not working - did you miss something ;)
the I will ask the core team about the github pages.
very nice . . . I pull it in tomorrow . .
I have had problems generating the Maven site for the Integration Tests, so I have the site plugin skip that module (this is in a prior PR). You can see that setting in the pom.xml for the test module. Unfortunately, the site goal still creates the link. Thanks.
I went ahead and merged it.
We do not currently have gh-pages for JRuby, but I kinda like the idea of our github page for JRuby basically being source/site/statistic-related information about the codebase.
I can certanly spin up a gh-pages branch for folks to push to. In fact, I'll do that now.
Ok...jruby/jruby@gh-pages branch is created with a dummy index.html. It's accessible at http://jruby.github.io/jruby/ for now.
Thanks! Someone with access will have to run
'mvn clean site site:stage site:stage-deploy scm-publish:publish-scm'
Make sure to put something like this into your settings.xml