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output of multiple pages #57

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ronaldlokers opened this Issue Mar 19, 2014 · 2 comments

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ronaldlokers commented Mar 19, 2014

I would like to be able to have multiple pages as output, so I can easily navigate/link to the different parts of code.

@hagenburger hagenburger added this to the v1.2.0 milestone Mar 19, 2014

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hagenburger commented Mar 19, 2014

I’m sure this is a feature for a lot of users. My current focus is stable integration into various platforms and building an useful documentation website. So I put this feature into v.1.2.0.

I’ll come up with an API that makes it easy to split an existing single-page style guide into a multi-page style guide as soon as the new gem version is out.

@hagenburger hagenburger modified the milestones: v2.0.0, v2.1.0 Jan 26, 2015

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hagenburger commented Jan 26, 2015

This is done and will be released and documented soon. Some examples can be found here: https://github.com/hagenburger/livingstyleguide-concept#c_new-multiple-pages-v20x

Basically you put all global configuration as well as header/footer HTML in a file named _config.lsg. Next you create all multiple pages (e. g. index.html.lsg, components.html.lsg, layouts.html.lsg, …) and start them with:

@import config

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