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Sources: ======== * www: actual content of main site. * blog: actual content of blog. * download: content of download site (only installer pages and such) * */all.rkt: files that just require all the necessary modules to build the whole site or sub-sites * */resources.rkt: files that define the resources for a site (icon, css, logo) * minis: smaller one-source-file sites * stubs: template "sites" that are intended to be hooked into other systems to get the racket look. To build: ========= * Run "./all.rkt" to build all pages. * Run any "*.rkt" to build a page and things that it references. (Use `-h' as usual.) * You can choose `-w' (the default) for web mode, `-l' for local using "file://" references, or `-r` for' local mode using relative references. Normally, you'll want to use `-l' for testing, and then use `-w' for deployment. * Use `-o <dir>' to specify a directory where the built contents is placed, otherwise the content will be placed in the current directory. As a safety measure, the target directory must not overlap with any installed directory. (Use `-f' in scripts to avoid answering the question about deleting existing files.) * Set the $GIT_DIR environment variable to point to the ".git" directory of a Racket repository if you want to extract release information from a repository other than the enclosing one. To upload: ========== * You'll need credentials to upload to S3, and those credentials should be in "~/.aws-keys". * You'll need the "s3-sync" Racket package installed. * Run the "sync.rkt" script: racket -l racket-lang-org/sync