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_docs Changes as discussed regarding concept of ROS 2 Executor (2) Aug 12, 2019
_includes Prepared pages for benchmarking and Micro XRCE-DDS. Jul 22, 2019
_layouts GDPR & Google Analytics. (#40) Jun 6, 2019
_posts Updated link to managed node documentation. Aug 9, 2019
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.gitignore move over embedded tf Feb 23, 2019
.gitlab-ci.yml Adds CI run html-proofer. Apr 19, 2019
404.html page top allignment, 404 page & seo Feb 10, 2017 Fixed links. May 24, 2019
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LICENSE Fix license Feb 26, 2019 Corrected spelling of GitHub. Aug 2, 2019
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micro-ROS web site

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This is the source for the micro-ROS website, available at


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Running locally

To test locally, you need a local version of Jekyll, the site-generation engine used by GitHub Pages. See Jekyll Quickstart for installation instructions.

After installing Jekyll, install all dependencies by running

bundle install

Then, you may launch Jekyll to build and serve the website continuously by

bundle exec jekyll serve

Testing generated site

To test the generated HTML site, you can use html-proofer gem. This Ruby gem checks and validates the jekyll generated HTML files. It checks a broad set of points: internal and external links existence (alerting of possible 404 errors), HTML attributes of the images and so on.

To install it, It has been incorporated in the Gemfile so the previous dependency install command would have already installed it.

You can run the following gem to tests the generated site.

bundle exec jekyll build
bundle exec htmlproofer ./_site

A utility script has also been included to run these checks in a CI system smoothly.



Released under the Apache Public License 2.0.

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